In this episode Steve and Jeff cover the Wii Haunted House port from 2010, and also make their list of the top 27 things that scare Atari Fans (or at least scare Steve and Jeff). They also feature an Easter egg from their past and a fantastic Tony Longworth tune.
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Steam Store Haunted House: https://store.steampowered.com/app/9960/Haunted_House/
Written, Edited, Produced by Steve Fulton and Jeff Fulton
Branding by Daryl Litts
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