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4Player Podcast #608 - The Coconut Microwave Show (Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3, Witcher Netflix Trailer, Outer Wilds, and More!)


We give our initial impressions of the first full trailer of the Witcher series which is set to debut on Netflix later this year. Krispy brings impressions of Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 but admits that his gaming life has been dominated by Dragon Quest Builders 2 as of late. Nick shares his final thoughts on Outer Wilds (which is excellent) and at the request of our beloved patrons, the crew lays down hypothetical laws for their new, hypothetical island society.

This Week's Discussion Topics:

Feedback from our Last Episode
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3
Dragon Quest Builders 2
Outer Wilds
Reactions to The Witcher Netflix Trailer
and more...

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  • drew327 5 months, 3 weeks ago

    I've read all the Witcher books twice, played all the games a bunch, and I thought the Netflix trailer looked pretty exciting.

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  • SlopDog 5 months, 3 weeks ago

    To comment on what Nick said about looking up a guide to get through a certain section in Outer Wilds, I've been there before with other games and for the majority of the instances I've relented and looked up a game guide, I've regretted it, whether it should have been obvious what I was suppose to do or to progress called for just a little bit of unilateral thinking. I'd rather be frustrated than disappointed at feeling like I cheated myself out of the experience of figuring it out.

    That said, no reason to fault anyone when using a guide for any of the Soulsborne games, especially with certain items or triggered events. That shit takes some clairvoyance (or the wiki) to uncover.

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