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This week on the Retro Rebel Podcast, Amanda Fox and return guest host Tom to discuss The 25 Best FPS Games of All Time.
Retro Rebel Podcast is hosted by Amanda Fox and Stacy Bishop. Each week they take a deep dive into the gaming industry and discuss news stories, the current games they are playing as well as the topic of the week. Do you like this episode? Wanna complain about something we got wrong? Let us know what you think by dropping a comment below or emailing us at [email protected]. We really want to hear your opinions!
Intro Music – Final Impasse By Ground is Lava
What we’re playing
Amanda– I just played Blood on the Clocktower online and it’s an interesting social deduction game that has the benefit of no one getting kicked out early, so everyone is always playing (even from the grave).
Tom– Elden ring for me. I remember having to having to fight a boss couple names God’s Skin Duo and they are a nightmare to fight.
Tom, our guest host this week, is a seasoned publican who grew up playing classic arcade games in Redcar Beach and Middlesbrough town center. He’s a lifelong fan of platformers, shooters, and fighting games as a result of these formative years.
The 25 Best FPS Games of All Time
We’ve got a curated list today from Den of Geek. Let’s see how their choices stack up as we count them down from 30 to 1. Today we’ll do the first 15 and next week, the top ten!
- Metro 2033
- Borderlands 2
- Far Cry 2
- Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus
- Team Fortress 2
- SWAT 4
- The Operative: No One Lives Forever
- GoldenEye 007
- Battlefield: Bad Company 2
- Halo 3
- Titanfall 2
- Quake 3 Arena
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