Submitted by yomaru 776d ago | podcast

weeaboos with a podcast ep. 74: Kiss Me Goodbye

WWC: "On this week’s episode - We jump into the punk rock world of the latest 2D beat-em-up from Ska Studios, Charlie Murder, and then follow that up by revealing our secret unhealthy obsession with the president from Saints Row IV. Afterwards, we jump into the biggest event of the week, Gamescom 2013. We break down the latest news to come out of Germany including the confirmed launch titles for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the PS Vita’s price cut, and the upcoming closed beta for Dark Souls II. Finally, we wrap up our shenanigans with some other notable news such as the latest status of The Last Guardian, the massive line-up of PAX Prime’s Indie MEGABOOTH, and indie game Contrast." (Charlie Murder, Contrast, Dark Souls 2, Gamescom 2013, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Saints Row 4, The Last Guardian, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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