The crew is joined by Kira this week to talk Final Fantasy 15, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Space Marine, and Nier 1.  


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Time Stamps

0:00:25- Podcast begins
0:12:30 - Gagan brings up smugcast 1
0:18:00 - Gagan begins getting into Nier talk
0:41:40 - NIER 1 SPOILERS BEGIN HERE
0:53:28 - We go on break
0:54:05 - We are back from break and Chris joins us
0:54:25 - Where Chris's girlfriend is at on her games
0:56:30 - What life was like before Breath of the Wild
0:57:25 - Gagan gets the opinion of an adult
1:00:00 - Zelda reviews talk
1:13:55 - Final Fantasy 15
1:26:25 - Things Nier ruined for Gagan
1:29:10 - Gagan loves Majima, but he's still a hypocrite 
1:31:10 - Will is almost done with Space Marine
1:37:00 - Xbox Gamepass 
1:44:30 - Horizon: Zero Dawn
2:01:35 - 2007: 10 years later
2:18:53 - We begin wrapping up

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#3 skinny_man_69 2017-04-29 16:24
Quoting Foolz:
I think Braid actually played with the player's expectations in the gameplay exceptional well, just as it handled obsession in the gameplay completely lyrically.

It fails when it tries to turn those elements into something that is meant to have an epic significance. Bear in mind that if the Sopranos has epic significance, it has it from the way it handles the Mafia and what that means for American culture and history, in the same way There Will Be Blood tackles Christianity and capitalism.

Glad Will digs Space Marine so much. And Majima is a fucking BOSS.

C'mon Chris. If you're surprised by Horizon for the reasons mentioned, you weren't paying attention in the Killzones, notwithstanding whether they're good games or not.


Hard to pay attention to Killzone with Rico being so awful. He was a black hole
#2 Foolz 2017-04-29 06:44
I think Braid actually played with the player's expectations in the gameplay exceptional well, just as it handled obsession in the gameplay completely lyrically.

It fails when it tries to turn those elements into something that is meant to have an epic significance. Bear in mind that if the Sopranos has epic significance, it has it from the way it handles the Mafia and what that means for American culture and history, in the same way There Will Be Blood tackles Christianity and capitalism.

Glad Will digs Space Marine so much. And Majima is a fucking BOSS.

C'mon Chris. If you're surprised by Horizon for the reasons mentioned, you weren't paying attention in the Killzones, notwithstanding whether they're good games or not.
#1 Blabadon 2017-04-05 21:31
Appreciate the ear rape

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