While Jocelyn is away, Crofton from Dungeons & Diapers joins Ryan on the show to unpack Metroid Dread. We keep the conversation relatively spoiler free, so don’t worry if you’re avoiding story spoilers outside of the intro. Moving over to the news, Nintendo unveiled the final free update for Animal Crossing New Horizons, alongside details for a DLC and the final pricing for Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack. We also got our first look at the Uncharted movie with a new trailer!
Jocelyn returns to the show having finished up Alan Wake Remastered, and is ready to continue on with the Remedy-verse. To prepare for this journey, you may want to check out our Inn-side the Game episode of Quantum Break. Ryan keeps the Alan Wake track going with the Control DLC for Alan Wake title AWE. Ryan also received Metroid Dread a little late, so we tease next weeks discussions on the game. In the news, we offer an update on the Twitch hacks (including reports from Eurogamer and The Verge on Twitch security policies), as well as an update on the Fortnite’s Imposters Mode with a possible collaboration coming with the Among Us developers.
We kick off the show with Jocelyn’s experience playing Alan Wake Remasteted on Xbox Series X. The shadow people are here and we’re nearly out of batteries! Ryan returns to Life is Strange: True Colors one last time for the release of the Wavelengths DLC (part of the Deluxe Edition, provided by review code). In the news, we have confirmation that The Game Awards will return to an in-person show on December 9th, Smash Bros. Ultimate final DLC character is Sora, and Twitch suffers a HUGE breach with source code, unreleased projects, and top streamer earnings leaked online.
Two brand new games to discuss this week, with Ryan bringing Tales of Arise to the main show from the TGI Patreon Mini Update Corner, and Jocelyn checking out the new Amazon MMO New World. In the news, we have yet another Activision Blizzard update where a lawsuit was filed and quickly settled (but there’s some weirdness to this one), plus we break down the highlights from the latest Nintendo Direct (yes, including the Mario movie casting).
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