Parents Press Play & Friends 167: Spoilers from a Van

Welcome to Episode 167 of Parents Press Play & Friends. This week, in Spoilers from a Van, we have one Dad and one "Friend" together to discuss the latest in the world of technology, entertainment, and videogames.

This week, Kaleb, @kahleeb on Twitter, and Josh, @sil3ntv3lcro on Twitter, talk about: GameStop on Scorpio, XB1 Backwards Compatible Games Expands, Prey 1st 35 Minutes, Pokemon Stars, L JoyCon, Super Mario Run Android, Binding of Isaac Manual, Mass Effect Andromeda Performance, Nathan Drake, Call of Duty WW2, Fastest Selling Games this Generation, Logan Talk with No Fights, Han Solo's Name, Carrie Fisher, Venom Movie, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3, Baywatch Trailer 1, CHIPs Movie Talk, and Ghost in the Shell. 

GameStop Says Scorpio is Made for Gamers and Built for 4K

361 Games on Xbox One's Backwards Compatible List Now

First 35 Minutes of Prey Now Live

Pokemon Stars Confirmed for Nintendo Switch?

L JoyCon Repair Story

Super Mario Run Out for Android... What took so long?

Binding of Isaac Manual is Gorgeous!

Mass Effect Andromeda Not Running Well on Regular XB1 and PS4. Start of a new trend?

Nathan Drake Not in The Lost Legacy DLC

Call of Duty WW2 Marketing Leaks?

Fastest Selling Exclusive Games of This Generation

The Switch on an airplane with headphone Amp, Astros, and USB C Battery Pack
Binding of Isaac
more Zelda

Logan movie talk with Josh and Kaleb

Han Solo Isn't His Real Name?

How Should Star Wars handle the Passing of Carrie Fisher for Episode 9?

Venom Movie Coming from Sony

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 Coming?

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 Gets Smallville Actor and Stallone

Baywatch Trailer 1

Does CHIPs movie seem funny to you? (saw trailer before Logan)

Are you ready for Ghost in the Shell?

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