The Best Games Ever Podcast Ep.4 for VG247: The Best Game With a Pub Init

The Best Games Ever Podcast Ep.4 for VG247: The Best Game With a Pub Init

The VG247 The Best Games Ever Podcast is returning, with episode 4. This week, we were talking about the most British pubs, but I mean, talking about the best pub. What makes for a good pub? The following is a brief description of the conversations involved in the podcast below.

What is the best game ever on VG247? You must know because you haven''t read one of these pages before, as if you had already mentioned. Anyway, each week three of us must pick the game that matches the show''s title, (this week it must be a game that we believe is actually excellent, with a pub or a beer establishment), then our host/judge, Jim Trinca, will use his displeasure to declare a winner, leaving two of us with the

Each episode of the Best Games Ever Podcast will last for about 30 minutes. Enough that you can eat a whole bag of chocs without having to speed yourself too much, but not so long that you then have to reach for the Doritos. If you are lucky, include 15 true crime scenes, one about the lives of dog walkers, and the rants of one man who only dines at all-you-can-eat restaurants? If so, I''ll listen to that final one.

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Best game with a pub

This is the topic of the VG247 Best Games Ever Podcast Episode four. Here''s a look at who chose what.

Prey, the 2006 game, which isn''t entirely different or a more po-faced Arkane remake, is most of its time all big guns, mega violence, and ghastly human/machine hybrids, but Rift Apart, in turn, was a fantastic shooter with a fantastic portal mechanic that surpassed Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, however, it also had a decent pub, with a bar fight and Fear the Reaper, which plays on

Most of the games that come to mind do so because their pubs are awful caricature or completely unrealistic. Despite my experience, the Scumm Bar just feels like a real-life pirate bar that completely fits in its environment. Mainly, it has that in common with the great The Secret of Monkey Island. I can listen the bar''s jaunty music all day.

Everyone''s Gone to the Rapture, a cool little walkabout game that received plenty of awards back when it first introduced in 2015, is a well-known set of pubs, which include tiled roofs, white exterior paint, wooden floors, and proper tap handles. For me, this game perfectly captures the actual appearance and feel of British pubs better than any other game!

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