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Episode 538: Stretching It

May 16th, 2019 by jonahfalcon · 1 Comment

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This podcast ran short, so to make sure it ran at least an hour, the guys ramble about the games that are coming soon. It’s good padding, but still padding.


This week’s news includes:

  • World of Warcraft Classic is coming in August
  • Another Vampire: The Masquerade RPG is in development
  • Minecraft celebrates 10 years with anniversary map

Let us know what you think.

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  • 1 RalfNo Gravatar // May 28, 2019 at 6:29 am

    Hi guys.
    Sorry for not leaving a comment on the last episodes (the one you read in this episode was months ago ^^), i was very busy the last weeks with business stuff and some personal issues. Anyway, thanks as always for the episodes and your effort you are putting in to each episode. I respect that very much!
    Regarding the topics in this episode: I did not play Civ since …. i think Civ 3? The game is good, but its taking so much time …. sadly i dont have that much time πŸ™
    I played Life is strange 2, God of War (the old ones because i want to play though all of them before i play the actual one), Overwatch, Borderlands 1 (never played any Borderlands before) Hearthstone and a lot of Magic The Gathering Arena. If my friends are online, we like to play some Apex and/or Division 2 as well. I want to start Blood Bowl in the upcoming days, because i played the Board Game .. 20 years ago πŸ™‚ I also pledged for “Ant Stream”, the retro streaming platform (will be live for early access on may 28th) … i hope this will be good πŸ™‚ Did you heard of it ? What do you think of pledging video games / pc Games in general ?
    Regarding the Apex update: the Havoc is ONLY playable with the turbo Charger .. without that it is absolute unplayable πŸ™‚
    Did you heard of Splitgate- Arena Warfare? This seems to be a new Arena Shooter which combines Halo and Portal (i think Jonah mentioned it in a youtube review of upcoming games from E3?) Its for free at the moment on steam πŸ™‚
    Regarding the backwards compability on PS5: this would be awesome! i would pay very much money for a ps5 which plays ps1,2,3 and 4 (and 5 of course) games. The only problem will be the chip for PS3 afaik.
    Red Dead Online? I only see the promotions / advertisments all the time on twitch, but have no intention to play it πŸ™‚
    WoW: i really love this game, loved it in the beginning and still love it … problem is, that my friends are not playing it anymore …. and playing a MMORPG on your own is not that fun πŸ™ I played the last expansion (as far as possible without a raid / group) and it was great gain. I listen to the music very often and like to see the cut scenes and updates. For sure the vanilla version was harder (in my opinion) but that was great … 40 people in a raid .. defeating Raganros for the first time … what an amazing feeling, so much emotions, better then the first time s** πŸ™‚
    First question of the week: The last game which has been released and i did not noticed it was Hollow Knight. I noticed it 1 year (or 2?) later and it so awesome, that i was wondering, i did not notice when it came out πŸ™‚
    Second question of the week: I think the game i will still play in 20 years or will not age is Magic The Gathering. But its a card game, so i dont know if this is a “real” game regarding to your question πŸ™‚ If i had to pick a second game, it would be sth like WoW .. i started playing it in 2004 .. thats already 15 years ago πŸ™‚ or one of the so called retro games, like Musha Aleste, Mushihemasama or any of this bullet hell shooters for the 16 and 32 Bit consoles. I still love to play them today πŸ™‚
    Thats all for this one. Sorry for this big and long one, i hope thatΒ΄s ok πŸ™‚
    When i will be in the U.S. the next time, i will invite you guys for dinner to thank you for all your work you put into this podcast. Thanks for that!


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