Ep. 69: Are Mysterious Games Better?

59 minutes

In this week's podcast episode, we discuss the Bryan Cranston film 'The Infiltrator', the mysterious game of Death Stranding finally going Gold, the next generation of Playstation will be more energy efficient with a select mode, Gamestop teams up with Fallout 76 to become more toxic, and our big topic for the week is asking the question 'Are games that have mysterious releases better for consumers'?


Time Stamps:

‘Movie Minutes’ – 4:17

Death Stranding Goes Gold  – 15:19

PlayStation 5 will be Energy-Efficient – 20:17

Gamestop’s Helmets Are Toxic – 24:17

Are Mysterious Games Better? – 31:50


Intro Music: 'Follow Me' by Jimmy Fontanez


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Death Stranding Goes Gold:

https://www.destructoid.com/death-stranding-has-actually-finally-definitely-gone-gold-568006.phtml


PlayStation 5 Will Be Energy-Efficient:

https://www.polygon.com/2019/9/23/20880051/ps5-low-power-suspend-mode-climate-change


Gamestop’s Helmets Are Toxic:

https://www.dualshockers.com/fallout-76-power-armor-helmet-mold-recall/

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