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We've got a bit of a themed episode going this week! It's all about the retro! From watching let's plays of difficult to find games, to the decline of arcades (even in Japan - sniff), and a new, gorgeous console that will play your Game Boy games, retro gaming is still a big part of our lives, and every so often we like to check in and get old- ...…
 
There have been a lot of great remasters over the past few years... but there have also been some horrible or misguided ones. What's the difference, and what should a remaster do? We chat about that this week. We also muse over Nintendo's next fitness game, which gives you a rubber ring and a world of possibilities. Finally, we talk about some ...…
 
It's been a really, really good couple of weeks. Not only was the Untitled Goose Game released, to become an instant revelation and something that every person with any taste whould play, but Apple Arcade launched and breathed some much-needed life back into mobile gaming. We also have a good old chat about all the games releasing in October... ...…
 
This podcast was recorded two weeks ago, ahead of Matt heading off to Japan for TGS, but we've picked some pretty timeless topics that will never die for your listening pleasure. Game reviews: should they be objective (why this one won't just die is beyond us)? Also Pokemon! And Matt chats about some of the interviews that he organised at TGS. ...…
 
Nintendo held a direct last week, and it impressed us that much that we decided to talk exclusively about it in the podcast this week. From Deadly Premonition to SNES classics on the Switch, the 40-minute show demonstrated how the Switch is going from strength to strength... and it is amazing to watch. So this week we talk about the highlights ...…
 
With the HD remaster of Final Fantasy VIII released this week, the DDNet team took the opportunity to look back at all the Final Fantasy (numbered) series, and talk about the good, the bad, and the way the series has evolved over time. That's right. From Final Fantasy I through to XV we talk about them all this week. We also have a look at all ...…
 
The big "art blockbuster" release this week is Control, from the makers of Max Payne and Alan Wake. We have a good chat about that one on this week's podcast! We also take a look at all the big announcements from Gamescom, the "replacement E3". And we chat through a recent wave of censorship that has hit Australia courtesy of a number of very h ...…
 
Phew! That's been a couple of weeks. Our podcast recording platform got up and died, so we needed to find an alternative. That's why we've been away the last couple of weeks, but we're back now. So this week we talk about ACE Team's mesmerising new game, The Eternal Cylinder. We've only seen a first trailer of it so far, but we're completely so ...…
 
It was a very sad week for the games industry last week, with one of the finest and most respected game developers, Defiant Development, closing up shop despite being behind the critical darlings Hand of Fate and Hand of Fate 2. We talk a bit about where Aussie game development is, and what we'd like to see for it next. We also talk about all t ...…
 
Welcome back! We had a week's hiatus to get some other things done, but we're back this week, in style. Nintendo's had a whole lot of stuff out to talk about, Netflix tried its best to ruin Stranger Things on us all, and we have a good chat about games we've gone back to after taking a break from them. Thanks as always for tuning in, and rememb ...…
 
What an awesome week of news we had last week, headed by the return of Hatsune Miku to consoles! Yes! She's getting a brand new Switch experience, and we chat about that, and some of the other exciting stuff that came last week. We also catch up on all the awesome stuff that Final Fantasy XIV's new expansion is bringing us, and we list out our ...…
 
We're now halfway through the year! Tired yet? Well, you're going to get a whole lot more tired soon, because there's a lot to play this coming month! We also have a good ol' chat about our favourite fighting games of all time (and why), and we discuss two of the biggest releases over the last week in-depth: Judgement and Bloodstained. Thanks a ...…
 
Don't worry. We don't actually talk about Tifa's boobs, or the ridiculous controversy surrounding them. Much. We have a great podcast for you this week! There's so many horror games releasing at the moment, so we talk about that, and then we also chat about My Friend Pedro and the old bugbear it raises - the question of violence. This week we a ...…
 
So, how good was E3 this year? Well, it was great if you were a fan of Nintendo and retro games... but was there much more to this year's show? In our post-E3 wrap and debrief, we talk about everything that excited us in the show, what we're looking forward to playing, and what the biggest highlights were. Thanks as always for tuning in, and we ...…
 
We recorded this podcast just before E3 kicked off so, with the event now fully in swing, what did we expact to hear about, what are we looking forward to, and what will we be focused on? Without Sony, E3 this year is certainly going to be different! But there's still plenty to get excited about, and already so much announced, with more to come ...…
 
On this week's episode, we have a talk about the surprise announcement that Kojima's Death Stranging will release this year, in November. There was a new trailer for it, and Alan and Matt get into a bit of verbal fisticuffs over whether Kojima's all he's cracked up to be. We also talk about Pokemon, with four new Pokemon announcements happening ...…
 
Can you believe we're already halfway into the year? Where has 2019 gone? Anyway, with June just around the corner, we chat about the (many) interesting games that will be coming out in and around E3. As this week saw the release of Team Sonic Racing, we also talk about that... and why developers seem to struggle so much to compete with Nintend ...…
 
We've finally convinced Alan to take another swing at Final Fantasy XII, now that it's out on Nintendo Switch, and he's enjoying the heck out of it. We also have a chat about the names that game developers give games... because frankly, a lot of publishers don't do a good job there. What makes a video game title good, and why do so many develop ...…
 
Sony held a PlayStation State of Play last week, so we talk about what we saw in there, and whether Sony has its event formula nailed down properly yet (it probably doesn't). We also have a good chat about spoilers, and whether people are starting to take that too far (they probably are). Finally, in the wake of Ubisoft going out there and acti ...…
 
The next big fighting game to land on the scene, Mortal Kombat XI, released recently, and we've been playing it pretty hard. This week we take a look at that game and, of course, its infamous violence. We also chat about the (many) games releasing in May. It's going to be a good month, so get ready to add to that backlog! Thanks as always for t ...…
 
It was a huge week for Persona news last week, so naturally that dominates the chat we had on the podcast! We also took the opportunity to chat on about Yoshi, given the recent new game and the fact we hadn't had the chance to talk about that until now. Finally, we talk about survival games. The worst genre (not really, but we do talk about som ...…
 
We have a special guest this week, with Lachlan Snell, the Aussie developer behind the recent JRPG/visual novel blend, Alluna and Brie, jumping on to tell us all about his new game, from its Aussie humour to its stylish blend of Persona-style storytelling and copious fanservice. We also chat about the slivers of information that have been emerg ...…
 
It's been such a big couple of weeks for Final Fantasy, with IX, VII, X and X-2 releasing on the Nintendo Switch within weeks of one another... and FFXII just around the corner. So this week on the podcast we talk about those games. Additionally, we chat about remakes - what makes a good remake, and when should great games be left alone? Finall ...…
 
We're back! After a couple of weeks off because Matt was in Japan (hope you enjoyed the special top 20 music countdown!), we're back, and with a brand new podcast, looking at some of the biggest conversations that has been going on with video games. First up, we chat about Sekiro, which has been causing all kinds of discussions over the past fe ...…
 
Last week we kicked off a countdown of 20 of our favourite pieces of game music - not necessarily the best, but certainly our favourites. This week we finish that countdown! From Final Fantasy to Wild Arms, Donkey Kong to The World Ends With You, there's been so much great music made for video games, it was certainly hard to narrow it down to a ...…
 
Over the next two weeks, we're going to be sharing some of the DDNet team's favourite pieces of game music. These aren't necessarily the best pieces of all time (we all walked away from recording this podcast and immediately thought of another dozen tracks we could talk about), but these are all brilliant pieces of music that are critical to th ...…
 
Last week brought the sad news that Sony was formally putting an end to the PlayStation Vita, the little handheld that could, so this week on the Digitally Uploaded podcast, we reminisce about all the good times we had with that console, and the great games we played. We also have another chat about The Caligula Effect - a game we seemingly can ...…
 
It's all about upcoming games this week on the Digitally Uploaded podcast. First we chat about A Plague Tale - a suspenseful stealth game set during the Black Death that we had a couple of hours hands-on time with. Then we chat about the next game from the studio behind the Yakuza series: Judgement is an all-new direction for the SEGA studio... ...…
 
It's the end of the February, and you know what that means! We look at all the games releasing in March, and whoo boy is it going to be a busy month. We also chat about some of the favourite obscure games that we've played and loved over the years... and try and figure out what makes a free-to-play game actually worth playing. Thanks as always ...…
 
Last week Nintendo held its most impressive Nintendo Direct Web show ever, so we talk about all the awesome announcements that were made there (including Tetris!) We also have a good chat about open world games, given two very high-profile ones released this week: Metro and Far Cry. Is the open world genre perfect for every game? Why is it the ...…
 
What's the "perfect" game? With something as subjective as video games, "perfection" shouldn't mean "flawless," but actually nutting down what causes us to call something "perfect" is one of the things we chat about this week on the Digitally Uploaded podcast. We also have a good chat about some of the worst games that we've ever played, and th ...…
 
WarGroove, the independent-developed Advance Wars "clone" is the flavour of the week this week, so we chat about that. We also discuss the state of the Nintendo eShop (it ain't great), and discuss one of the most over-used genre tropes - the roguelike. Gosh roguelikes are awesome when they're at their best, though. Thanks as always for tuning i ...…
 
We've got something pretty neat in the podcast this week; an interview with the lead narrative designer on Ubisoft's upcoming Far Cry New Dawn. We chat about the game's themes and how the narrative was structured. Have a listen! Also this week we look at all the interesting-looking releases that are coming in February (there's a lot), and, in l ...…
 
With the recent news that EA is dropping a large-scale open world Star Wars game, we look at how poorly the publisher has handled its Star Wars license, since gaining exclusive rights to it from Disney almost a decade ago. We also talk about the pressing need for Nintendo to expand its subscriber-only "NES Virtual Console" by adding games from ...…
 
We're back for 2019! Our first podcast of the year looks at all the great games that are releasing in January (there really are a lot), as well as the stuff we're looking forward to for the rest of the year. And we also chat about Dead or Alive 6. Because of course we're going to talk about Dead of Alive. What a fighting game that's going to be ...…
 
This is the final episode of 2018! We look back at the good, bad, and ugly of the year, and reflect on all the awesome games that we got to play. Don't worry, we'll be back in 2019, which is already shaping up to be a truly amazing year for games in itself. Thanks for tuning in over the year, everyone! We hope you had fun and laughed along with ...…
 
While the awards themselves are junk (giving God of War "Game of the Year" is like giving The Avengers the Academy Award for best film), one good thing about The Game Awards is how many publishers now use it to announce new game projects, and we've got plenty of that to talk about this week in the podcast. Additionally, it is Smash Bros. week! ...…
 
December's meant to be the quiet period, but you wouldn't be able to tell, from all the big releases that are coming out, or just around the corner. This week we chat about the incredible news that the M?ori are coming to Civilization VI, and we discuss an interview that Matt had with the development leads on that project. We also talk about ju ...…
 
First up, apologies for the slightly shorter podcast this week. We had some technical issues that prevented us from recording the last third that we had planned. On the plus side, we've got plenty of great stuff to chat about this week! First off, we look at all the game releases for December. For a month of the year in which no much is meant t ...…
 
It's that time of year again! The end of the year brings the inevitable game awards, so we take this opportunity to discuss those awards, and intro DDNet's own awards coming up in a few weeks. We also talk about the big news that Sony is skipping E3 completely next year - what that means for Sony, and E3 itself. Finally, with last week bringing ...…
 
Last week brought the sad news that Final Fantasy XV - a game that we at DDNet have enjoyed a great deal - is being wound up, with a number of the planned DLC add-ons now never going to see the light of day. We also talk about the response to the news of the Diablo mobile game, which has gone some truly ridiculous places. Then, to finish, we ta ...…
 
We've got a mix of stuff to talk about this week! From our thoughts on the information that's come out about Ghost of Tsushima, including an interview that went up on Gamesindustry.biz last week, to the unending stream of retro collections that we're getting these days, and then rhythm games, because Taiko just released, and Taiko's just the be ...…
 
It wouldn't be the end of October without spending one podcast dedicated to horror and Halloween. This week, we have a chat about what exactly makes a "Halloween game" and whether all horror games count as Halloween-worthy. We also chat about the games of November, because while November usually results in a slower release schedule, there's sti ...…
 
Following the revelations of 100-hour work weeks and an otherwise lack of balance in working conditions at Rockstar in the lead up to the release of Red Dead Redemption 2, we couldn't help but talk about that in the podcast this week. Then we move on to happier topics - Soulcalibur VI is absolutely incredible, and there's a surprising visual no ...…
 
Warriors Orochi 4 has been released! As we're all big fans of the Warriors series on DDNet, this naturally dominated our conversation this week. Additionally, Nintendo has released its first mobile game that wasn't based on an existing property; Dragalia Lost is the company's first mobile-first effort. We have a chat about how Nintendo's going ...…
 
We're back! After a week's hiatus so Matt could attend Tokyo Game Show, we're now back to chat about all the great (and not such great stuff) that happened in the last week. First we chat about TGS, and then the sad news about Telltale Games, before moving on to the surreal controversy about Total War: Rome 2. Thanks as always for tuning in, an ...…
 
Nintendo and Sony both recently held major events in which the respective publishers showed off everything that they've got coming in the coming months, and what a lineup both platformers have. Ahead of TGS, we can't help but get excited about all the stuff that's on the way! Thanks as always for tuning in, and catch us on Twitter if you'd like ...…
 
This week on the Digitally Uploaded podcast, we chat about a couple of big news moments that happened over the last week. First up, Civilization VI for the Nintendo Switch. How good is it going to be having that in portable form on the go (very, very good). Then we talk about THQ Nordic's excellent acquisiton of the Kingdoms of Amalur IP, and m ...…
 
What a milestone! The Digitally Uploaded podcast has this week hit 100 episodes from when we started, way back in 2016. Almost the entire DDNet team jumps on the podcast this week for a bit of chaos and fun as we look back over the last couple of years of gaming - the highs and the lows. Also we talk a bit about Animal Crossing. C'mon Nintendo, ...…
 
It's a big month ahead for video games, as we start to ramp towards the all-important Christmas season, so we kick of this week's podcast with a chat about everything to look forward to in the month ahead. And then, for something completely different, we chat about Nekopara - an adult visual novel on PC, but sanitised right down for the Nintend ...…
 
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