Hello again and welcome to episode 186 of the Gaming Death podcast. This week we have the boys all together on the cast; Chris, Kaleb and Hollow Blade. Watch Dogs 2 has been out for some time now, and we spend some time going over our final impressions of the game. As well as Chris' experience with a digital vagina pre-patch. It seems that both Chris and Kaleb really enjoy the game and go into some of the more nuances that make Watch Dogs 2 a sleeper hit this year. Some how our Watch Dogs 2 talk sends Chris into a tirade about video games review scores. He does ramble for quite awhile but brings up some very interesting food for thought on the whole critic culture as a whole. I swear if we were still writing articles this would be the one that only our founder would be able to write. We Segway off of that topic and into Alolan region for Pokemon Sun and Moon. Hollow seems to hate all the new Pokemon introduced in Sun and Moon, and instead has constructed his team around nothing but generation one Pokemon found in the wild. While Chris has completed the game and give his final impressions. Both seemed to have enjoyed the new game but found it to be to easy, and feels like Nintendo needs to add in a function for the players who have been with the franchise for 20 years. We wrap up going over the absurdity of the video game awards. We talk the nominees and since it was running concurrently with the recording of this episode who the winners were. Our biggest question is why is this show still a thing with so many other places out on the net that can get the same coverage. There really is no need to watch the show when all the trailers are up later in the week. We hope you guys enjoy this episode and remember we are live each and every week on twitch.tv/gamingdeath at 9:30pm EST. Next week is a Chris and Hollow only show so make sure your body is ready. Our last live show for the year will be on 12/15/16 but we will have some pre-recorded episodes for you to shove in your ear holes. Please make sure to leave a review on itunes, stitcher, or sound cloud. Check out our mothership site at geekyantics.net and listen to HorsePlay! Live.