4Player Podcast #589 - Nort the Kingdom Hearts You Remember (Kingdom Hearts 3, Wargroove, Apex Legends, and More!)

Published by 4Player Podcast on Feb. 7, 2019

After more than a decade of waiting, Kingdom Hearts 3 is a real live video game that is available to purchase! It maintains it's charms but ends up being a bit of a mixed bag in our eyes thanks to some... questionable production choices. Additionally, the group shines a light on Wargroove, a love letter to classic Advanced Wars, and talks early impressions of Apex Legends and the potential implications it poses for the future of the Titanfall IP.

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This Week's Discussion Topics:

Feedback from our Last Episode
Kingdom Hearts 3
Apex Legends
Resident Evil 2 Remake
Platinum Games Dropped from Granblue Fantasy: Relink
and more...

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    1 year, 3 months ago

    As someone who takes Chicago CTA every day: I would love to play my Switch on-the-go to and from work, but it never fails to draw uncomfortable attention from everyone around you. People just stare nonstop, and that makes the joy of playing games a bit unpleasant.

    Also, Ollette's bulge is a real thing. You're not the only one who noticed this odd inclusion.

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    1 year, 3 months ago

    Okay, this is regarding the question about animal sizes being dirty commies. Insects would be horribly inefficient, their design works so well due to their small size. If they were the size of humans, the Square-Cube Law states that the volume of an object increases at a greater rate than its surface area. This means that ants and the like would not be able to sufficiently support their own weight and would lose all of their advantages. They wouldn't even be able to cling to surfaces. I believe the deadliest land animal would definitely be a hippo. They are pretty quick, have insane durability and MASSIVE jaws. Plus, they smell like shit. Beat that.

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    1 year, 3 months ago

    Krispy, screw you.

    You got a Cyclops, colored it blue and yellow, and DIDNT keep calling it Cyclops?

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    1 year, 3 months ago

    Hi this is a question for Nick. The other day i was in the feed while you were casting. And you mentioned that you thought you were quite boring while streaming. When in fact it's quite the opposite, you and the others have provided me and I'm sure many other people with great entertainment over the years. So please be happy :) we love you.

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    1 year, 3 months ago

    I've been enjoying Wargroove a lot. One of the things that worried me before I played was that it would lack charm, but they really did a good job of capturing the spirit. I like that you can win battles by either capturing the enemy Base or taking out the Commander.

    While it does a good job of putting its own spin on Advance Wars, I do miss the passive effects that CO's in Advance Wars would have in addition to their powers.

    One thing that I've also noticed in the campaign so far is that the scenarios will spawn in additional enemy units which is something I'm not a fan of. Other than that, it's been everything I've wanted in a spiritual successor and the multiplayer has had a lot of thought put into it.