How It Stacks #36: Golden Eye (N64)

They're back!!!

The How It Stacks trio kicks off Season 3 with a massive (epicly massive) topic...  Nintendo 64's Goldeneye!!! Its crazy time for the crew as the Terrific Three embark on a journey that began in August 1997. Goldeneye has been one of the games they've been more than excited to do since HIS first started. JD shares why he prefers single player over multiplayer. They discuss why the game was bigger than its predecessor, Doom. Bulldog shares his memories on multi-player; while The Professor gets a good point across about the modern state of gaming. This game has broken friendships, and forever coined the term "Screen Watching"...

Can the Trio survive the research as they face off to see who is superior?? Find out on this brand new and most excellent episode of How It Stacks!!!

 

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Direct Audio Link: HIS - Ep 36 “Golden Eye (N64)”


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