Episode 234 – The Good and The Bad of God of War Ragnarok

God of War Ragnarok is a meaty game. To help us discuss the themes, we brought on friend and Patron of the show: Nate McKeever (Backlog Breakdown).

Before we get into the show, the preshow sees us discussing the recent news surrounding Xbox’s layoffs and wondering just what is going on over there. The show proper sees us hinting at future content (including a new podcast) along with discussing the theme of obsession and parenthood as it relates to the characters in God of War Ragnarok. Buckle up. This is a long but rock solid episode.

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Time Stamps

  • 0:00 Intro
  • 2:30 What We’re Playing – Marvel Snap/Attack of the Friday Monsters
  • 7:58 Vampire Survivors/Signalis/Somerville
  • 17:45 Persona 5 Royal/Marvel Snap
  • 31:54 DO NOT LISTEN BEYOND THIS IF YOU DON’T WANT SPOILERS
  • 32:54 God of War Ragnarok Initial Thoughts
  • 43:14 Ragnarok Pacing Issues
  • 54:43 Playing As The Brat Atreus
  • 1:03:45 The Odin/Thor/Kratos/Atreus Parallel
  • 1:15:51 The Major Plot Twist
  • 1:25:10 The Underlying Theme of Obsession
  • 1:30:40 Patron Questions
  • 1:34:05 Where Does Kratos Go Next?
  • 1:38:10 God of War or Thor Ragnarok?
  • 1:41:04 Patron Thanks & Closing

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