It’s another MoeGamer Podcast, featuring my good self and the equally excellent Mr Chris Caskie of MrGilderPixels.
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We kick off this episode, as always, with a look at the recent happenings in gaming news that have caught our attention. The most exciting thing for both of us recently is the announcement and confirmation of two new Persona 5 games: Persona 5 The Royal for PS4, an expanded version of the original game, and Persona 5 Scramble for PS4 and Switch, an Omega Force-developed action RPG. Persona Musou!
We follow up with a discussion of what we’ve been playing recently, which you’ll already know if you’ve been paying attention around here of late, and then move onto our main topic for the day.
Today, we wanted to talk about gory games. Specifically, gory games that are fun. Games that make use of gore to entertain and amuse rather than horrify — although we get into that side of things a bit, too. Turns out there’s been a whole lot of blood and gore over the years, and much of it has left an impact on the pair of us… just perhaps not quite in the way the tabloids would like you to believe!
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