The MoeGamer Podcast: Episode 14 – Point and Shoot

Hello you! It’s time again for a new episode of The MoeGamer Podcast, featuring me — the Internet’s Pete Davison — and my co-host Chris Caskie of MrGilderPixels!

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Or you can hit the jump to watch or listen to today’s episode right here on MoeGamer.

In this week’s episode, we follow our usual format, kicking off with a discussion of the latest happenings in gaming that have caught our respective eyes. For a week where not much happened, we found a fair bit to talk about!

Following on from that, we have a chat about what we’ve been playing recently — and Pete reminds viewers/listeners of the existence of Digitiser: The Show.

Finally, we get into our main topic for the episode, which this time around is on the subject of light gun games: our memories of the genre — including some of its most entertaining missteps — and whether or not we think we’ll ever see its likes again.


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