Jocelyn returns to the inn with a brand new 4v1 scary game called Home Sweet Home: Survive. Ryan on the other hand, tries another 99 battle royale game, this time featuring the lovely PAC-MAN. Also there’s a new episode of Mythic Quest available to bridge the gap between Season 1 and 2 (we swear this isn’t a TV podcast). In the news, the release of Days Gone on PC has us talking about that other Days Gone news, Luigi joins his brother in LEGO form this August, and Resident Evil has a lot of fun planned for their 25th anniversary.
We return to the days of youth with the Childhood Encounter Special Banner and it’s complicated weapon naming structure as Sacred Stones gets the young heroes treatment. We also catch up on the next Resplendent Hero and discuss the bundle of joy that is Chapter 10 of Three Houses in Game Club.
Travis from Pixel Mountain Pop Art guests this week to bring Horizon Zero Dawn back on The Gamers’ Inn! And speaking of returns, Travis has been working his way through the mainline Final Fantasy games and goes over the Lightning Trilogy of Final Fantasy XIII. Ryan on the other hand is exploring Oddworld Soulstorm on PlayStation 5 thanks to PlayStation Plus this month. In the news, Bioware shows off their work on the new Mass Effect Legendary Edition, Aloy arrives in Fortnite (like everyone else not associated with Nintendo), and a new Jason Schreier report shares inside details from some of PlayStation’s internal studios.
New guest host Dustin (@TriplePhase3 on Twitter and Twitch) joins the show to help Ryan break down what’s fun, and what’s weird about the new co-op sci-fi shooter Outriders. We both played it on Xbox Game Pass, and chat about the story, gameplay, and of course those random transition cutscenes. Dustin also talks about his time with the new killer in Dead by Daylight, and slowly solving puzzles through the creepy worlds of Little Nightmares I and II. In the news, Game Pass gets another boost with backwards compatible games coming to xCloud, and the ESA confirms a digital only E3 2021.
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