Trivial Gamers is a hilarious new game show (we use the phrase ‘game show’ very loosely around here) in which our host, Harry Bowers, gathers a group of fellow Power Up Gamers to tell funny stories about video games. The rules are very simple:
1. Each episode, one person will tell a funny story about video games. It can be personal, nostalgic, current news, or basically anything, as long as it’s funny. The catch is that the story doesn’t even have to be true, and that’s the point.
2. After the story is told, the remaining cast members have to decide whether the story is a genuine article or if it is like the nude code in Tomb Raider – a total lie.
3. Whichever cast members guess correctly get a point, and the ones that get it wrong must hang their heads in shame.
In this second episode of Trivial Gamers, Austin recounts the time he allegedly shattered a bond of love and trust by stabbing his elder brother in the back, by way of Secret of Mana for the SNES, while JD, Harry, Amber and Adam attempt to discern the truth behind this shameful revelation.