Backlog Busting Project: Catherine, Prince of Persia Sands of Time, Freedom Planet

Freedom Planet

In this episode of the Backlog Busting Project: We talk about pushing buttons in Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. Wes may or may not have any idea what in the world happened in Catherine. Randy talks about Freedom Planet. Randy spends the entire episode pushing Wes’s buttons.

Play or Nay
Crypt of the NecroDancer (PS4/Vita)
Firewatch (PS4/XONE/PC)
Unravel (PS4/XONE/PC)

Co-Played Game: Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (GameCube for Randy, PS3 for Wes)
Wes’s Game: Catherine (PS3)
Randy’s Game: Freedom Planet (Wii U)

Freedom Planet and the Many Buttons of Prince of Persia: Sands of Time

About Backlog Busting Project

This podcast, run by Wes Harrington and Randy Isbelle chronicles their ongoing battle against the forces of Bak’laag — or to put it in laymen’s terms, their video game backlogs.

So what exactly is the Backlog Busting Project? Biweekly, Wes and Randy get together to talk about some of the latest things in the gaming community, then dive right into talking about their experiences with three different games:

1. A game that Wes is playing but Randy is not
2. A game that Randy is playing but Wes is not
3. A game that both are playing.

It is a new adventure on each episode, so be sure to check out the description to see if they cover your favorite game.

Randy Isbelle

Randy Isbelle is a fan of platformers and sports games mostly but enjoys games from almost every genre. He’s also a lifelong New York Jets fan as well. Randy has a history of writing reviews for various websites and has a collection of over 2,000 video games. The dude knows his stuff. When he’s not writing or playing games, he’s spending time with his girlfriend and two children.

Wes Harrington

Wes Harrington is a lifelong geek with a penchant for RPGs and a burning hatred for Hotline Miami. He’s also a lifelong Seattle sports fan, and has been since before the Seahawks were anything more than mediocre. Wes does Video Game Reviews and hosts the Backlog Busting Project.

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