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Episode 482: Naptime

October 28th, 2017 by jonahfalcon · 1 Comment

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This particular episode becomes a little sleepy as one host actually falls asleep during recording. Guess which one. After last week’s episode only partially uploaded, the Gaming Flashback for Okami is actually an insert, too.

The news items include:

  • It’s a big week for new game releases on Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC
  • Lego Dimensions comes to an early end after two years
  • Why Xbox One backward compatibility took so long
  • Ex-BioWare says Anthem is an example of EA’s monetization plans

Let us know what you think — without falling asleep first.

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  • 1 RalfNo Gravatar // Nov 16, 2017 at 11:46 am

    Hi all.
    Thanks for this episode! I really enjoy your podcast … already several years 🙂
    I have a question, what I wanted to ask since several episodes: @Jonah: why do you start nearly every sentence with „Here is the thing“? Maybebi don’t get it, because I am not a native speaker, but it sounds „strange“ 🙂 no offense!!! *hug*
    I would love, if you (all of you) could talk more about old games (gaming flashback) especially games you played during your youth. Which games fascinated you? Which games do you hate? Which games did you not finish because they are too difficult?
    Did you ever think about playing games on twitch? Something like „let’s plays“?
    Or do you sometimes play online games with your fans? Maybe a discord channel and play song Ames together?
    I know you have family, and fans like me, who live in a different time zone, are nearly not able to participate, but in case of twitch, it would be possible to watch it afterwards 🙂
    So far: please go on and do a lot more episodes! Thank you!
    Greetings from Germany
    Ralf

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