Caspius and SiliconNooB practise ‘social distancing’ with regard to the week’s avalanche of shovelware releases, and spend their time instead on a discussion of the original release of Final Fantasy VII, and what has been learned for playing the remake.
Nintendo may be working on a 3D Mario collection, The Last of Us II has had its release cancelled, and Gearbox have had their bonus checks cancelled in the news of the week!
The Day Tonight’s status as an ‘essential service’ ensures it remains operational during the pandemic, delivering podcasts to its countless thousands of quarantined listeners–especially those interested in Nintendo and Final Fantasy VII Remake news!
The Xenoblade Summer playthrough is on like Donkey Kong, a Bravely Default 2 demo has been released on Switch, and there are a number of additional Switch announcements in the news of the week!
When SiliconNooB becomes convinced that the world stands on the brink of a zombie apocalypse, he abandons his gamer roots in an attempt to get a job with Polygon and hide within their elitist compound, but Caspius swiftly rebuffs him for his treachery.
GameStop conference call exposed, GameStop shutdown in Pennsylvania, and the PS5 disappoints on specs in the news of the week!
SiliconNooB returns from a week-long matrimonial booze-up thoroughly disinfected with alcohol, but also losing his ability to function as a gamer, and increasingly inclined to use of ‘easy mode’ and ‘golden feathers’, much to the consternation of Caspius.
Sony may be reviving Silent Hill (and more?), the full specs of the Series X have been released, and E3 has been called off this year in the news of the week!
With SiliconNooB away at his brother Bruce’s wedding, Caspius and Imitanis survey a news week littered with cancellations and delays caused by the media’s pandemic fearmongering, but still find time to review the recent Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo.
Caspius and SiliconNooB argue about Final Fantasy X’s complete lack of any redeeming features, before coming to agreement about Dirge of Cerberus, Nintendo’s Animal Crossing chore simulator series, and the importance of superb Hungarian translations.