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Another one on one show as Richard Naik and Mike “permanently screw yourself into a hole” Suskie discuss the (de)merits of ReCore and the collapse of Keiji Inafune’s reputation. Also, if you have not played Metroid Prime, please do so. You’ll thank us. Also also, here is the video Mike references around the 20 minute mark.

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Barry
5 years ago

Really enjoyed this edition guys ty.

Li-Ion
Li-Ion
5 years ago

Regarding the checkpoint video noted at the 20 minute mark, here what happened to me in Uncharted 4:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNSqCnPiKSc

GOTY material 😉

tom
tom
5 years ago

Of all the Switch crazyness, no one is mentioning the disaster of the Switch controls. Right sided face buttons directly above the analogue stick! WTF is that. And straight after the disaster controls of the Wii U tablet. OMG x 1000. Did you see those super hip 20 something cool kids pretending real hard how much they enjoyed using the joy-pad on it’s own….what performances. Bravo. Nintendo will alway find a way to ruin controls and ease of use, so to sell a gimmick. The control shape is also rectangular with rounded edges, Just so we know that the priority… Read more »

MrGlass
MrGlass
5 years ago

Thanks for these more intimate podcasts, and I hope the gang gets back together soon.

tom
tom
5 years ago

Poor old Mark Pacini and team that left Retro. All they wanted was to keep making high quality games but then Nintendo forced them to make tired lifeless old retreads like Donkey Kong Country Returns. I would have left too. From such a high of Making Metroid Prime, those poor guys at Armature have now been forced to released unfinished and underdone piles of trash like Batman Blackgate ( worst Batman game I’ve played in at least 10 years ), and now Recore ( I’ve not played Recore yet but seemingly not as bad ) Exploitative publishers/management have force these… Read more »