Another short week here for the staff. We have Reetin who plays The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth Plus and Overwatch, Adeki continues the trend of playing Overwatch, and Lusipurr tries his hand at STAR FOX ADVENTURES.
Star Trek has been watched for 50 years now, and video games based on it have been developed for 46 of those. We explore some of the highlights in this long history of Star Trek video games.
This week, Sebahamut continues his slow play of Final Fantasy VI, Reetin continues to not beat Final Fantasy III, Adeki spends some time with the heroes of Overwatch, and Lusipurr tries a new game called Rime.
This week Sebahamut fumbles through repeating his actions in Final Fantasy VI, Durga stays in his den with Hollow Knight, Reetin continues Final Fantasy III, and Adeki becomes Batman.
Sebahamut continues with Final Fantasy VI, Durga starts Tales of Symphonia, Reetin dies in Final Fantasy III, Lusipurr takes time out to play Castlevania: Circle of the Moon and Metroid, and Adeki watches Until Dawn.
Sebahamut continues Final Fantasy VI while mindlessly wandering to the east, Reetin continues to struggle through Final Fantasy III, Adeki battles online against some bumbling bunglers in Overwatch, and Durga starts Dark Souls.
Vector is on the horizon in Final Fantasy VI with Sebahamut, Reetin and Adeki rise up with Overwatch, then Reetin continues with Blue Dragon, and Durga completes To the Moon.
Sebahamut inches ever closer to the end of Final Fantasy VI, Reetin plays the new game mode in Overwatch and cannot whip diagonally in Super Castlevania IV, and Lusipurr talks to Sebahamut about his love life while playing Super Mario All-Stars.
In a week of play-throughs, Reetin plays Lost Odyssey, Lusipurr plays The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Sebahamut plays Final Fantasy VI, and Adeki plays Shantae: Half-Genie Hero.
Sebahamut struggles through Final Fantasy VI, Reetin continues Lost Odyssey, Lusipurr kills himself with a giant metal slab in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and Adeki plays an assortment of classic Atari 2600 games.