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Friendly Fire Show 194: Catching up on two months of games

There's a lot to discuss.

Stevivor’s Ben Salter and Steve Wright are back, joined by extra special guests Luke Lawrie and Hamish Lindsay. Welcome to Friendly Fire Show 194!

We’ve been on a break for a little while, so there are a lot of games to discuss.

What we’ve been playing

Also discussed

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About the author

Steve Wright

Steve's the owner of this very site and an active games journalist for close to fifteen years. He's a Canadian-Australian gay gaming geek, ice hockey player and fan. Husband to Matt and cat dad to Wally and Quinn.

About the author

Ben Salter

Ben has been writing about games in a professional capacity since 2008. He even did it full-time for a while, but his mum never really understood what that meant. He's been part of the Stevivor team since 2016. You will find his work across all sections of the site (if you look hard enough). Gamertag / PSN ID: Gryllis.

About the author

Hamish Lindsay

Avid reader and general geek, justifying the time I spend playing games by writing about them. I try not to discriminate by genre, but I remember story more than gameplay. I’ve been playing League for longer than Akali and I’m still Silver. Fallout 3 and MGS3 may be the pinnacle of gaming.