October 26, 2016

Episode 45: The Greatest Moment in Video Games Ever


Gears! Bioshock! Undead Nightmares! Oh my!

Nintendo finally showed their new console, the Switch and Rockstar revealed Red Dead Redemption 2.

We talk about that stuff.

Whats your Greatest Video Game Moment Ever?

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3 comments:

  1. Read Dead Redemption 1 & 2 - I liked the first Redemption but I didn't love it. I had fun with it, but don't see myself going back to play it again. As such, I'm not really excited for the sequel. I'm not closed to it... I may find myself wanting to play it as more details come out, but I'm a little indifferent at the moment.
    As far as playing as different characters, I can understand why you'd want to stick as one protagonist. That was one of the things that bugged me about the Sly Cooper games as they went on: too many characters. I'm playing the game to play as Sly, and you keep giving the jobs to other characters.

    Nintendo Switch - I think it's interesting, and I like that Nintendo is doing well to keep themselves differentiated from Sony and Microsoft. I think this is the right move for them, I just don't know yet if it's a system that I will want. Like RDR2, I'm open to it, just not hyped for it.

    "Whats your Greatest Video Game Moment Ever?" - I don't know about greatest. I have some memorable moments for sure. I remember beating Rez; that was pretty intense. Tough, but not frustration which gives lots of satisfaction. I remember often during play-throughs of Shadow of the Colossus not realizing just how tight I was gripping the controller trying to hold on for dear life until after landing a final blow.

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