A slight step up, but the episodic format is starting to palpably hurt this thing.
This week’s episode is just ridiculous. When we’re not busy laughing at ourselves, we ask Gavin about Assassin’s Creed: Unity for no good reason, as well as discuss some Kirby and Resident Evil Revelations 2.
Then we bang on about Dying Light’s ridiculous $386,000 special edition, which is comedy gold, and we deduce that Eastenders is the Warhammer 40,000 of soap operas. All in all, a good show had!
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While past episodes have touched on the subject, we’ve had a surprising lack of shows dedicated to discussing game length. That may be because it’s an ancient topic that never seems to have any sort of resolution.
Nevertheless, with The Order: 1886 sparking a fresh whirlwind of debate, I figured it was time to actually examine the arguments in play and figure out exactly how important a game’s length is when it comes to the value of a production.
Because it IS important. And it ISN’T.
On this week’s show, one of us is getting married! Well, conditionally… the proposal isn’t out of Early Access yet.
We chat a bit more about Peter Molyneux and “that” interview. We discuss the New 3DS and Nintendo’s classically Nintendo moves. We also chat a bit about The Order: 1886, because OH BOY is that a fun topic!