On Episode #44 of Vectormen Podcast, Lawrence and Lee discuss the original Fallout and whether it holds up / making progress in Bloodborne / two indie darlings from 2021: Mind Scanners and Mini Motorways / recommendations from the Sonic Amateur Gaming Expo 2021 / and all the news in gaming this week.
AKA Close to the Cutting Edge; Clint Beastwood; Default Dance to “I Have a Dream” ; Clumsy Faith; I Just Want My Kids Back
Hosted by Lee Brady (lesserland.com) and Lawrence (@BPR_Lawrence)
Music by Lee Brady, created using Beepbox (beepbox.co)
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00:00:00 – Lavender Town
00:01:21 – Follow-Up (Episode’s out on time, Yakuza is 2020, Vectormen Live Plug: Talisman Edition)
00:11:10 – Lawrence watched Jerma live out the Sims
00:22:03 – Lawrence plays the original Fallout
01:01:31 – Lee talks Bloodborne Cubbyhole
01:20:17 – Lee plays MIND SCANNERS
02:06:03 – Lee talks Mini Motorways
02:20:42 – News: Activision Blizzard lawsuit expands for potentially destroying documents // Jesse McCree gets a name change
02:25:47 – News: Gamescom announcements, including new Blasphemous and more!
02:32:13 – News: Gamasutra rebrands to Game Developer
02:35:04 – News: Lee gives his top 3 recommendations from SAGE 2021 (Sonic Amateur Gaming Expo)
02:49:06 – News: Call of Duty Vanguard reignites the File Size Conspiracy
02:50:50 – News: Dead by Daylight loses Stranger Things content, probably because of Netflix’s new game streaming ambitions or something
02:55:42 – News: MLK JOINS THE BATTLE BUS
03:01:46 – News: Zombies no longer racist
03:03:16 – At Last, the Three Hour Podcast
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