Bite-Sized Cooking Action – Vidjagame Apocalypse 447

Happy Black Friday, everybody! With Thanksgiving on our minds this week, we dedicated this week’s Top 5 to cooking minigames in bigger, non-cooking-themed games, after which we’ll wonder at the possibilities of WB’s MultiVersus, delve into a few highly topical game deals, and look at the villains you’d like to play as.

Question of the Week: If it were for sale, who would you want to buy Sega, and why?


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3 thoughts on “Bite-Sized Cooking Action – Vidjagame Apocalypse 447

  1. Nintendo needs to buy Sega. I want Sonic in Mario Kart. That would be enough to justify the purchase.

    Sure we’d get one good Sonic game per 1.5 generations, and everyone would complain that we didn’t get more, but imagine a Sonic game that was as good as Breath of the Wild or Mario Odyssey. It would be infinitely better than 2 hour mediocre experiences like Sonic Forces and we wouldn’t have to hope for a once in a lifetime miracle like Sonic Mania. You have no idea what I’d give for a truly excellent modern Sonic game.

  2. QOTW: I’m going with the obvious answer of Nintendo. I think they could treat it as their edgy mature imprint, like DC’s Vertigo. Sure they’d have Sega’s stable of friendly cartoon mascots like Sonic and AiAi, but also things like Yakuza and Total War. While I don’t think they’ve been pigeon-holed as much recently, owning Sega would give Nintendo an outlet for slightly more adult-oriented games without tarnishing their mainline Disney-esque reputation.

    1. Thanks for the enthusiastic response to this one guys. I almost didn’t post it because I thought it was a basic boring answer.

      Also, I have no idea how to pronounce “AiAi” either.

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