Okay, so we may be taking this “long podcast” thing a little too far now, with a 2 and a half hour long episode of the Godcast.
But there’s just so much to talk about, and Colm Ahern is present this week, and he himself admits that he “adds an hour” to any podcast he’s on. Starting as we always do, the gang have played a lot of games, and Lee kicks things off by talking about the (large amount of) changes to Need for Speed: Most Wanted for Wii U, before Adam gushes over Gaucamelee and Fire Emblem: Awakening, and is then conflicted about Defiance. Colm has been playing Lords of Football and isn’t in love with it, unlike Year Walk, which he calls a Game of the Year contender.
This week’s topic is game world size, and Adam asks the guys the question: Does it even matter to you? Of course, news isn’t missed, and there’s plenty of it! Oh and stay tuned later today for a full, in-depth video analysis of the Wii U version of Need for Speed: Most Wanted.
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Show Running Order:
- Need for Speed: Most Wanted (Wii U Version)
- Guacamelee [Review]
- Fire Emblem: Awakening [Review]
- Defiance [Review, First 40 Minutes]
- Lords of Football [Let’s Play]
- Year Walk
- Weekly Discussion: Does size matter?
- News: Deep Silver not Wii U fans, EA can do better, Adam Orth, Batman: Arkham Origins