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It’s the week post E3 and of course there isn’t that much news to go around, seeing as it all has to do with what was revealed. Luckily there were at least a few releases this week and MissXya talks a bit about the Final Fantasy expansion Heavensward.
We decided to have a little fun at the end of this episode, even though Isli wasn’t available, playing ‘Back of the Box’ trivia. It’s a game I’ve heard played on a few other gaming podcasts and I thought it would be fun. I’ll definitely give it a go on future episodes, along with perhaps a few other podcast games that I’ve heard people do.
The biggest release this last week was Batman, though I haven’t played any in that series. Not to mention I’m still working my way through The Witcher, since there is just so much content in that game.
What about you guys? Any of you pick up Batman or Planetside 2? Let us know in the comments below!
As 8-bit and 16-bit retro-JRPGs, Dragon Fantasy Book I & II were very good games to play, reminiscent of the Final Fantasy and Dragon Warrior series on both the NES and SNES.
Toren is the first title released by indie Brazilian studio Swordtales, and they have produced a fairly good game. Toren is heavily inspired by ICO (even the graphics are very similar to ICO), so if you are a fan of that you should definitely continue reading!
It’s the E3 edition of the podcast, with a little Witcher sprinkled here and there. We don’t get into all of the E3 news but we try our best to cover all of Sony’s conference as well as other games that were shown the rest of the week. I’m sure we’ll still remember things come next episode.
Seeing everyone’s reaction to the FF7 remake was great, though who knows how far off that game will be. And of course we finally got to see The Last Guardian again after all of these years, making its jump to the PS4. It was a pretty good show overall.
With the wave of E3 rolling back what were some of the announcements you were most excited about? Let us know in the comments below!