While Ryan is away this week, Jocelyn is joined by returning guest TriplePhase3, AKA Dustin! They kick off the show with details on our next TGI Game Club which will be for God of War 2018. Plenty of games to discuss this week as Jocelyn played Splatoon 3 and Beacon Pines, while Dustin played Deathloop, You Suck At Parking, and Metal Hillsinger. Best part? All of these games other than Splatoon 3 are available on Xbox Game Pass! Over in the news, Nvidia announced their next generation of graphic cards, discussing the leak of Grand Theft Auto VI, and closing out the show with some Sonic news.
Quite a busy week as we come to you with not one but two surprise announcements in the world of Fire Emblem. We started the week off with the Fire Emblem Engage announcement, which we cover in the Outrealm Gate. But more related to this podcast, we got a surprise FEH Channel to introduce a new type of Hero, the Rearmed Hero and the first batch of Three Hopes units coming to FEH. Buckle up for a hefty episode as we cover summoning on two banners on top of everything that got announced this week.
Ryan travels back in time to the late 90’s for a little Wave Race 64 on Nintendo Switch, while Jocelyn goes full Disney with Dreamlight Valley on Xbox Game Pass. Moving over to the news, the last seven days was a busy one for video game showcases, so we go over the highlights from the Disney and Marvel Games Showcase, Ubisoft Forward for September 2022, a main series Nintendo Direct, and the latest State of Play from PlayStation.
Jocelyn and Ryan check out the latest from Sam Barlow and team with Immortality, which is available on Xbox and PC Game Pass. Moving into video game news, Microsoft wrote a blog post in support of their Activision Blizzard acquisition, Steve Blackman confirmed that Horizon 2047 has nothing to do with Horizon while Netflix confirms Aloy will be the main character, and finally CD Projekt RED announces an expansion for Cyberpunk 2077 and details tie-ins for the upcoming Netflix anime series.
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