This week's show is like one of those crime documentaries that you see on Netflix. We go live from the TCGS court where James Farley, who is definitely guilty, tries to defend ROM sites. Judge Turner is not convinced but is willing to hear what the defendant has to say. In a strange turn of events Prosecuting Lawyer Mat Murray has to take to the stands to defend himself over a claim that he has completed the Super Mario Odyssey 500 moon challenge and the Judge has a confession to make about playing football in a heatwave. All this and more on this week's episode of TCGS Court.
Games discussed: Nintendo Labo, Mugsters, Celeste, Super Mario Odyssey, The Lion’s Song, Hollow Knight, The Last of Us, Pure / Electric Love “What do you want?” - Eri Kitami
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