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January 15, 2020 64 min

Shawn and Emily discuss what they've been playing recently, Nintendo's Pokemon Direct, their experience at PAX: Unplugged, and what they are looking forward to at the first ever Escape Winter Con. 

  • Harper Update - 0:47
  • What We've Been Playing - 2:49
  • Nintendo's Pokemon Direct Review - 31:04
  • PAX: Unplugged Recap - 39:06
  • What we are excited for with Escape Winter Con - 50:44
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