In this week’s episode of the podcast we lament TV shows (and movies and games) that go on for longer than they should, and we celebrate things actually having an end. We then switch gears to talk about the new Razer Kishi V2 controller for iOS devices and I spend a good amount of time comparing it to my most favorite mobile gaming controller the Backbone. The results may surprise you! Then Mikhail pops on the call with us to talk a bit about PC games and the Steam Deck before joining us for the rest of the show as we hit on all the big mobile gaming stories of the week.
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