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[MUSIC] Hey, folks. You're watching Play This, the goal where GameSpot and CNet editors tell you what you should be playing this week. I'm playing Life is Strange. It is an episodic game about a young girl with time bending powers. She can rewind time and stop time to solve puzzles. So I've been playing Journey on the Playstation 4. This is my first time playing through it, and it is stunning. Recently I've been playing a game called "No Pineapple Left Behind." And what that basically is is a scathing critique of the No Child Left Behind Act. For me personally, it's King's Quest, a Knight to Remember. The first episode in the new King's Quest series. I was a big fan of King's Quest back in the Day and it's coming back in a really nice way. She has just gone back to her old home town and reunited with her old best friend and they are trying to solve this weird murder mystery and there's a lot of crazy stuff going on and it's generally kind of weird but also shows young women in a really sweet way. I really like the way the characters interact with each other and it's pretty well written. Definitely worth checking out. Visually it's a masterpiece. It's a work of art. If you get the chance, I definitely recommend giving that a try. In the game, you're constantly pushing for for turning children into pineapples because pineapples are more, Form than more consistent than the children. And how your conflict firing teacher when they get too exhausted because they're trying to teach too much. It's so really rough, it just entered open house let another free download online. You can go try it out and I really liked my time with it. Good blend of whimsical humor, some neat puzzles and just very accessible. Just kind of a feel good game, really lightened up my week!