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We’re back! Sorry for the late show; with gamescom 2014 looming on the horizon, there’s been plenty to keep us busy this week. But enough talk! On this week’s show, revel in the North American new releases for August 5th, 2014, catch up on LittleBigPlanet 3 in our new Toggle-centric interview with senior producer Tom ‘O Connor, and learn what’s keeping us busy in The Last of Us Remastered.
The gang is back together and sillier than ever! Despite that, we serve up next week’s new releases, Destiny Beta talk, and a one-two interview punch, starting with writer Matthew Berger and Diablo III Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition, plus producer Nick Accordino’s PS Vita update focusing on Freedom Wars, Big Fest, and Invisimals: The Alliance.
Far Cry 4 writer CJ Kershner and Hohokum senior producer Zach Wood serve up two piping hot interviews on this week’s beefy show. Plus: New PlayStation releases for July 22nd, hands on with The Last of Us Remastered, riveting elephant talk, and a pile of letters.
Refreshed and revitalized after the July 4th break, the Blogcast team shares next week’s new releases, recalls favorite PSone memories, discusses the big PlayStation-first Destiny Beta (July 17!), and talks about elephants. Seriously. Elephants. Do listen in!
With E3 in the rearview, we focus on the bold new future! Specifically, next week’s new releases for June 24th, and an interview with Hello Games on their stunning PS4 sky-fi adventure No Man’s Sky. Plus voicemails, a word from Bruce Straley and Neil Druckmann from Naughty Dog, assorted gags, and more!
E3 is nearly upon us! We squeeze out one last diamond of a pre-show-show: John Hardin and Robert Stone reveal Atlus’s E3 lineup, new releases for June 10th, my obsession with Watch_Dogs’ multiplayer mode and more. Huzzah!
Delirious with the first signs of impending E3 madness, we forge ahead to bring you the new releases for Tuesday May 27th, chat about Transistor, and ladle out colorful dollops of Hohokum insight from creators Ricky Haggett and Dick Hogg. Enjoy!