Podcast: Episode 217 – event[0], Superhot & Dark Souls III

After we changed things up a little with last week’s episode from Rezzed, this week we return to our usual setup. Alas, Kev wasn’t available to make the recording this week as he was too busy sunning himself in the Mediterranean, but I was able to find two great guests to bolster the numbers.

Firstly I was joined by our very own Dave, who had plenty to say about Dark Souls III and Eisenhorn: Xenos. The first seemed rather positive, while the latter didn’t quite impress in the same way.

Alongside Dave was Peter Chapman. Long term listeners will remember Peter as one of the original hosts of the podcast, as well as a previous Editor-in-Chief of TSA. He’s now working for Oddworld Inhabitants, and he’s shared a fair amount about their newest title, Oddworld: Soulstorm. He also told us about the time based mechanics of Superhot, a game I really need to get my hands on.

As for my contribution, I shared a few bits and pieces from Rezzed that I didn’t cover in last week’s episode, most notably event[0]. There is, of course, also a round up of the week’s news and the answers to your questions.

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  1. Superhot is an awesome game, imagine the movie Equilibrium, but in very slow motion.. Also, I heard rumour that they were going to do a VR version. I’d love to see that in room scale on the Vive. Having to actually stand as still as possible so that time doesn’t move too quickly would be a great mechanic for a VR game..

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