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4. Less D&D, More Metroids

By the end of summer 2016, tons of new Dungeons & Dragons players had pestered their friends into sitting around a table and trying their hand at tabletop roleplaying. That phenomenon was all due to Stranger Things and its D&D-playing heroes. In season two, it seems like the kids have wandered out of their basement to hit the arcade, which means you can expect plenty of references to stone-age era video games.

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