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Podcast 527 - The European Kissing Show (Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, Call of Duty: WW2, Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water, and More!)


og:image:, Feedback from our Last Episode
, Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus
, Super Mario Odyssey
, Assassin's Creed Origins
, Call of Duty: World War 2
, Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water
, Cuphead
, EA to Acquire Respawn Entertainment
, Telltale Layoffs,

Jack is back! Our resident Wolfenstein expert and good friend joined us this week to discuss Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus! We also manage to spend some quality time discussing a bevy of other games: Super Mario Odyssey, Assassin's Creed Origin, Call of Duty: World War 2, Fatal Frame 5, and Cuphead! On top of all that, there are a few big news topics that dropped that we delve into including EA's acquisition of Respawn Entertainment!

This Week's Discussion Topics:

Feedback from our Last Episode
Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus
Super Mario Odyssey
Assassin's Creed Origins
Call of Duty: World War 2
Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water
EA to Acquire Respawn Entertainment
Telltale Layoffs
and more...

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  • Mr.GreenToS 1 year, 11 months ago

    To clarify on the David Cage dance in Indigo Prophecy; After you beat the main game, you unlock several bonus cutscenes that are more goofy in tone than the rest of the game. One of which is called "Da Hidden Dance Floor" in which two random NPCs from the game do a synchronize dance and every 10 seconds they're swapped out with two difference NPCs. One of the Swaps is of David Cage dancing with the lead female in her underwear. Still doesn't make it less creepy but wanted to make it clear this isn't a hidden file.

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  • Mocking27 1 year, 11 months ago

    I am going back a podcast or two, but I think companies don't trust gamers and their purchase decision for a somewhat legitimate reason.

    More often than not we find people talking about: 'oh-just-give-me-more-of-this-and-I-will-throw-my-money-just-like-that' and we have so many examples of that not coming true because the said game was something the gamers - and not focus groups - suggested is desirable. We don't always put our money where our mouth is. Classic examples include Mirrors Edge Catalyst, Prey, maybe the recent exercise Yakuza re-releases too and I have a feeling that the Ubisoft Pirate game (skull and bones) is gonna end up in the same boat, wherein it felt desirable before release, but not so much at $60 come launch day.

    I for one have money to buy games but not the mindset as most AAA games don't feel worth the launch price. I am not mad for most games at launch, more so with rentals as a good alternative option and post launch sales. The last game I got at launch was Nioh. Compare what that offers with the likes of similarly priced games like Mirrors Edge Catslyst, Agents of Mayhem, Deus Ex Mankind Divided, The Surge, Marvel vs Capcom Infinite and I think you might know what I mean...

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  • CanadianBlitz 1 year, 10 months ago

    Hey Guys! Noticed that you guys rip on Assassins Creed Unity quite a lot. I am fairly new to Assassins Creed, and Unity was the first one I ever played. I was always hearing about how beautiful Assassin Creed games are, and Unity did not disappoint! The city of Paris is beautifully made, and the fact that you could walk up to any most characters and overhear their conversations blows my mind, especially when there are several segments of the game where there are at least a thousand characters. The amount of time that would have had to go into it is incredible. The attention to detail is staggering, constantly making me stop and look at random things. Not to mention the new downward parkour system. That said, the Story line was definitely underwhelming. But no tailing missions (at least i didn't go through any, but I haven't completely finished it yet)!

    Secondly, I know this is a few podcasts old, but I want to jump to the gambling/not gambling issue. Most games only have a finite number of items you can get from loot crates/boxes, and once you have the majority of them, the likelihood is that even if you do get a good item, you probably already have it. At this point, it is Gambling, as you either get nothing out of it but a duplicate, or you get a new skin/weapon/ect.

    Of course, this is all just my opinion! Keep making your podcast!

    Fun fact I want to mention: Canada has a massive reserve of Maple Syrup in Quebec. There are three stockpile spots, with the largest one holding 38 million pounds of Pure Maple Syrup, with a value of over $100 million dollars! Four years ago, thieves stole $18 million of Maple Syrup from a temporary warehouse! Since then, the security has gone through the roof, earning it the came of "The Fort Knox of Quebec". Quebec produces 71% of the world's Maple Syrup annually.

    Food for thought!
    Live Long and Prosper, Young Padawans

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