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!
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.
The Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo has been released, NHK viewers choose their top ten Final Fantasy games, and a PS5 Pro model has been rumoured for launch in the news of the week!
Caspius and a now-recovered SiliconNooB nearly come to blows over the correct difficulty level for Fire Emblem: Three Houses, but find common ground over mutual dislike of the latest Final Fantasy VII Remake details regarding side-quests and missions.
Caspius, Durga, and SiliconNooB discuss Microsoft’s pivot to mediocrity and plans to compete with Google Stadia and the Apple iOS store instead of Sony and Nintendo, before moving on to discuss Fire Emblem as a successor to beloved, dead JRPG franchises.
Caspius, Imitanis, SiliconNooB, and Durga run through the news of the day, announce the upcoming Spring Playthrough title, and then devote themselves to a discussion of all things Hydlide, including a Durga-led recap of his own full Hydlide playthrough.
Square Enix offers to cancel your Final Fantasy VII Remake pre-order, the Chinese coronavirus sees sales of Plague Inc. soar, and developers are more interested in making games for PS5 than Series X in the news of the week!
Caspius and SiliconNooB take a break from their week-long celebration of the Final Fantasy VII Remake delay to present the news (and delays) of the week, along with some in-depth analysis of Sony and Microsoft’s potential hardware plans for 2020.
As further Final Fantasy VII Remake details surface, Caspius and SiliconNooB conclude that the forthcoming title will serve only to destroy all trace of the original’s excellence, henceforth replacing it, for new gamers, with Nomura’s fetid production.