The Waffling Taylors Podcast

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We decide to tackle the topic of survival horror games. Which means that we each bring our top 3 games of the genre and discuss them. We also mention Pac-Man and Alien: Isolation in extreme proximity to each other. Why? You'll have to listen in order to find out.

Show Notes

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Squidge and Jay are back in the recording booth at Waffling Taylors HQ. This time, they talk about their favourite Survival Horror games. Each Waffler brought their top three favourites, and are tasked with describing why it should be considered one of the best in the genre.

Which games did we choose? You'll have to listen in order to find out.

Because we discuss survival horror games, this episode may not be suitable for young ears. Please make sure to listen responsibly.

Also included in this episode is a silly competition: can you guess what we're quoting? If so, get in touch via the comments on the full show notes, over on Twitter, or on Facebook. The competition only runs until episode 72 is released (which is due to drop on March 20th), so get your guesses in now!

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What is The Waffling Taylors Podcast?

So we’re the Waffling Taylor Boys: Squidgey and Jay.

Waffle (v): to talk or write a lot without giving any useful information or any clear answers

We play video games, we write, we talk, we joke.

We’ve both been playing games for as long as we can remember and thought why not start a podcast where we can talk about the games that we have played and the ones we’re looking forward to playing? And that's what we did.