Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Nier Automata and Hearthstone are the main topics of conversation in this week’s podcast. Cassie also shares her thoughts about her upcoming visit to Tokyo and the Japanime Convention.
Everyone can agree that Kingdom Come: Deliverance is one of the biggest releases of this year, without being lumbered with the insane levels of hype that tend to shadow these sorts of releases in the Triple-A gaming industry. There has been a fair amount controversy that has followed the game, but the team have opted to let the game talk for itself during the podcast.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is fantastic and vast in scope with the prologue lasting up to four hours, for people who like to explore, before you even start the game properly. The control mechanics are detailed, with extensive survival elements and social elements incorporated in the gameplay, the likes of which the team have never seen before.
The team are sure to lose hundreds of hours in Kingdom Come: Deliverance as they attempt to negotiate a medieval world where danger lurks around every corner.
Nier Automata is one of the biggest releases this past year. The branching storyline and the need to replay the game to experience the final ending sounds like a chore, but it manages to deliver entertaining gameplay, good graphics and story that makes you want to play through again.
Cassie continues her travels through the world of Hearthstone, building on her rankings and making steady progress through the player ranks. With new cards on the horizon, we discuss her progress and what the new content might bring.
Finally, we bid goodbye to Cassie as she prepares to travel to Tokyo for the Japanime convention. We aren’t in the least bit jealous of her upcoming voyage, who would want to spend time in one of the coolest cities in the world surrounded by the latest technology and anime?
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We must point out that berating the editor for publishing Kingdom Come Deliverance instead of Kingdom Come: Deliverance is pretty much a waste of time, after all, does it really matter? Surely the words simply convey we are talking about the game Kingdom Come: Deliverance with or without the colon? What’s a colon between friends?
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