Welcome back! In the absence of E3 this year, we thought we’d talk about some of the recent happenings that interested us. Joining me today are show regular Chris Caskie of MrGilderPixels, and longtime friend of MoeGamer, Joe “Erichannel” Sigadel from Twitch.
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Enjoy the podcast in video and audio formats below:
Hit the jump for show notes!
We kick off with a discussion of what we’ve been playing lately. Joe’s been sinking his teeth into Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition and Final Fantasy V, while Chris has been playing Indivisible and The Wonderful 101. Meanwhile, you all know what I’ve been up to if you’ve been reading MoeGamer and watching YouTube!
Our main discussion for the episodes centres around the news that has come out of a variety of digital events in the absence of E3. Of particular note was the New Game Plus expo on June 23, which brought news of a variety of Japanese games and localisations, and the Guerrilla Collective show, which focused on indie games. There’s a lot of exciting things on the horizon, for sure, ranging from a sequel to Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon to a possible resurrection (and hopeful localisation… please?) of Gust’s Surge Concerto duology.
What gaming news has caught your interest of late? With E3 not being a thing, we’ve been spoiled for choice so far as digital events are concerned, but hopefully you’ve managed to find something to excite and intrigue you!
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