Extra Credits reviews and recommends a selection of video games that might have slipped under your radar. Full list below!
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We partnered with the Humble Bundle for a very special Games You Might Not Have Tried! The bundle is now over, sadly, but you can still find these fantastic games at the links below.
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*****Full List of Games from This Episode!*****
Enemy Mind (1:11): http://bit.ly/1lEHnZr
*James Recommends: http://bit.ly/1ohwSwN
Two Brothers (2:42): http://bit.ly/1n0FoEP
*James Recommends: http://bit.ly/1voehF5
Master Reboot (4:13): http://amzn.to/1lJ6t0o
One Finger Death Punch (5:25): http://bit.ly/1hjMtz2
*James Recommends: http://bit.ly/1quUBLA
Hand of Fate (6:30): http://bit.ly/1oeexF4
*James Recommends: http://bit.ly/XDRmL1
Stick it to the Man (8:45): http://bit.ly/YdjcOH
Ether One (9:23): http://bit.ly/1q2Cf5L
*James Recommends: http://bit.ly/VJgPAM
Thank you to the Humble Bundle for helping us bring you this special Games You Might Not Have Tried, and thank you to the developers for agreeing to participate in this bundle!
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