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We’re back at it with the podcast for the month of May. I was looking at my calendar and thinking about how The Last of Us was almost going to come out this month. We’ll just have to wait a little longer I suppose.
MissXya returns this week and she’s back on Earth! No worries on that front. Tune in to catch the three of us discuss gaming news from the past week, as well as MissXya’s new cats, and Isli’s journey to getting his next platinum.
Capcom’s pedigree arcade games are back! Take on players from around the world in ‘score attack’ and even play together with online co-op! (Only for titles that support this feature.) Check out these classic games, now loaded with a ‘casual mode’ geared towards newcomers and other new features. Play the full game of ‘Black Dragon’ for free!
Here we are with a good amount of news this week. There were some surprising announcements, at least to me, regarding some video game movies that are in the works. We also finally got to see the reveal of The Evil Within last week. What do you guys think about that one? I think it sounds interesting with what they’re going for.
Tune in to catch Isli and I discuss this week in news, while MissXya joins in during the last segments of the podcast. She calls in from the International Space Station, so we apologize for the volume and the sometimes scratchy-ness of it.
After a decent trilogy on the PS2, Sly has been lost in time on the PS3 aside from cameos in PS Move Heroes, PS All Stars and the recent HD trilogy. I’ve always been confused as to who exactly the Sly series is aimed at with its simple gameplay involving cel-shaded anthropomorphic characters performing illegal robberies with 80s pop culture references. It sends a bit of a mixed message. I’m not even going to start on the overly sexualised Carmelita Fox or Rhino cleavage posters. Following a lengthy opening and obscenely long load times the younger target audience may have lost interest (or grown too old to care) when Thieves in Time finally gives you control. But is Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time worth the wait?