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PlayStation Blogcast 154: I’ve Got a Fever

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PlayStation Blogcast 154: I’ve Got a Fever

…Spring Fever, that is! On this week’s show, we gush over the incredible, eight-week lineup of digital games coming to PlayStation this Spring. Also, a killer recipe for chicken thighs, and Nick’s secret(?) crush on the chef who makes them.

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Stuff We Talked About

  • Spring Fever
  • GDC 2015
  • Helldivers
  • Jamestown+
  • Titan Souls
  • Axiom Verge
  • Hotline Miami 2
  • “The Dress”
  • OlliOlli2
  • La Mulana EX
  • White Night
  • Crimsonland
  • The Gold Saucer
  • Bloodborne spoilers
  • PS Heroes
  • Dragon Quest Heroes
  • GTA Online Heists
  • Scott Rohde’s Sound Shapes Obsession
  • Leonard Nimoy

Official PlayStation Blogcast: Sid ShumanOfficial PlayStation.Blogcast - Nick SuttnerOfficial PlayStation Blogcast: Justin MassongillOfficial PlayStation Blogcast: Ryan Clements

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The Cast

[Editor’s note: PSN game release dates are subject to change without notice. Game details are gathered from press releases from their individual publishers and/or ESRB rating descriptions.]

Sound Shapes: Groovy Singles

LLAP

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23 Comments

  • I hear there’s a cure for that that involves cowbell.

  • You ever gonna talk about Playstation Homeless?

  • Wooo Blogcast!!! Ryan isnt the 1st comment for once!

  • AKA the end of Playstation Home

  • Justin Massongill

    HI GUYS WE MISSED THE FIRST COMMENT BUT WE’RE TOTALLY HERE

  • Knew who wrote the post the second I read the headline. NICE.

  • Sharingan_itachi

    Fake castin

  • livingwithoutyou

    I would love to see a video of all four of you playing Grand Theft Auto Heists!

  • gerneric123

    Oreshika is nothing like Toukiden … The only similarity is the window dressing of classic Japanese folklore. The games themselves are wildly different.

  • TeamGreen615

    I hope you guys can dig up some info on Rainbow Skies. It’s been a good minute since we’ve heard anything about it. I can’t wait to play it on my Vita after platting Rainbow Moon.

  • Sharingan_itachi

    It’s like Soul Sacrifice Delta never existed.

  • Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines was developed by Alfa System and published by Sony Computer Entertainment Japan.

    I was hoping there could have been a review of this week’s releases, and/or a note on some of the recent Vita news (such as NIS America announcing Dangaronpa Another Episode – Ultra Despair Girls, and Idea Factory International localizing Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth3 V Generation).

    But I suppose there’ll be time to mention those in the run-up to their respective releases…. unless another week is skipped prior to one (or more) of those releases, that is.

    Speaking of Vita, some of the recent new game reveals over in Japan seems interesting, not least Falcom’s upcoming Tokyo Xanadu game. Hopefully XSEED might have an eye out for that one at some point.

  • The_Cowboy_Poet

    You four dudes are my heroes.

  • waiting to hear march’s ps plus lineup,common its almost march already lol

  • The title had me thinking about cowbell.

  • vinilegionario

    i know for sure there ain’t no cure

  • ThumbsOfSteel74

    ^ +1

    Same goes for anyone else old enough to get it without looking it up. :)

  • JoshDCcomics

    definitely not the first to say this but… COWBELL!!!! Oh and BEYOND!

  • ZombieRollz

    If it wasn’t for Bloodborne coming out next month I would easily plop down $60 on those spring games. Nonetheless, I will probably pick up a couple before the sale ends. Can’t wait to see the March PS+ list. Love listening to you guys. Keep it up! :D

  • Nice

  • Hahaha, i loved the Hotline Miami music singing. Love you guys.

  • jgrizzle358

    I saw the dress as gold and white initially and then when I scrolled down my newsfeed and then back up it was black and blue.

    I figured it out though.

    The dress is in fact black and blue. That’s a fact.

    The reason for people seeing it differently is because the picture was taken in such a way that the exposure is too high causing the top half of the dress to appear lighter. If you take a different picture of the dress and

    There’s a lot of factors that determine how you see it, including the lighting in the room, the angle you’re viewing at, and YOUR eyeball’s vision and interpretation of color.

    We pulled it up on an iPad and passed it around a table of 6 people, 3 saw black and blue 1 saw white and gold 2 saw both.

    But they’ve done studies and found other pictures and it’s black and blue. Just bad contrast/exposure in the original photo made it seem otherwise.

    This is either and genius prank, a genuinely confused girl, a professional troll or an elaborate science experiment. Either way, well done.

  • jgrizzle358

    I realize I trailed off in that last comment with ” If you take a different picture of the dress and”

    Ignore that part, I forgot where I was going with it.

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