It’s basically breaking news… basically.
Dr Doctor Destiny is back from sciencing, so we now have a full crew back here are BRB UK Towers. It’s Dan, Tim and Coleman, all ready for duty – that duty being video game themed mouth words.
Included in this week’s show:
- Microsoft to buy Zenimax (and with that, Bethesda)
- Michel Ancel has quit the video game industry
- We (basically) report on Tokyo Games Show 2020
- Coleman’s reviewing The Last Campfire & Super Mario 3D All-Stars
- Dan tests out another quality of life update with No Man’s Sky: Origins
- Tim’s playing another arcade-style racer with Hotshot Racing
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Tags: ANNO: Mutationem, Balan Wonderland, Bethesda Softworks, Beyond Good & Evil 2, Haak, Hello Games, Hotshot Racing, Lightning Games, Michel Ancel, Microsoft, No Man’s Sky: Origins, Phil Spencer, square enix, Super Mario 3D All-Stars, TGS 2020, The Last Campfire, Tokyo Games Show 2020, Ubisoft, WiLD, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, ZeniMax Media