Greetings From 30: Get a Papa Murphy’s Pizza with Doomguy


It’s Valentine’s Day, and the Greetings From gang gathers together to discuss their most steamy and romantic relationships with video game characters. We dissect the hotties and the notties in another random draw game, and once again ponder some of life’s most important questions.

Works Discussed

  • Mass Effect series, developed by BioWare
  • Gex 64: Enter the Gecko, developed by Crystal Dynamics
  • Donkey Kong Country, developed by Rare
  • Knack, developed by SIE Japan Studio
  • Undertale, developed by Toby Fox
  • Death Stranding, developed by Kojima Productions
  • God of War, developed by SIE Santa Monica Studio
  • Red Dead Redemption 2, developed by Rockstar
  • Katamari Damacy, developed by Namco
  • Wolfenstein series, developed by id Software
  • Control, developed by Remedy Entertainment
  • Kirby series, developed by HAL Laboratory
  • Hearthstone, developed by Blizzard Entertainment
  • Overwatch, developed by Blizzard Entertainment
  • Doom series, developed by id Software
  • Dark Souls, developed by From Software
  • Bloodborne, developed by From Software
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, developed by Bethesda Game Studios


  • Olivia: Super Mario Maestro by h267
  • Tyler: Warehouse 13
  • Rebecca: What You Are Getting Wrong About Appalachia by Elizabeth Catte and Breakout: Pilgrim in the Microworld by David Sudnow

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