Welcome back to the MoeGamer Podcast! Today we’re continuing our discussion from last time, so please give a warm welcome to… err, me, and, of course, Chris Caskie of MrGilderPixels!
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In today’s show, we kick off with some discussion of the recent happenings in the games business, including the first rumblings of a Europe-based distribution centre for Limited Run Games, promising mobile title War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius and plenty more exciting upcoming stuff.
Finally, our main discussion for the day follows on from last episode’s talk of the golden age of beat ’em ups. We look at the transitional period that the Dreamcast era brought about, along with the evolution of the “beat ’em up for the home” for various platforms — taking in games as diverse as Crimson Tears, River City Girls, Double Dragon Neon and Senran Kagura along the way.
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