PSP #292: Sing Street / Psycho-Pass / Yamada's First Time / Ouran High School Host Club / Doom / Homefront: The Revolution / Need for Speed
Marc starts off the show talking about the absolutely lovely and delightful little indie film, Sing Street, imploring every listener (that means you) to see it if you can. After that, Marc talks about a few current season anime and a handful of older (and disappointing) anime, like Yamada's First Time: B Gata H Kei and Pyscho-Pass. And then, like always, Marc ends with a smidgen of game chatter, talking a wee bit more about Doom, giving their first impressions for Homefront: The Revolution, and explaining why the last Need for Speed game isn't as good as it should be (and why you should just play Forza Horizon 2 instead...if you have an Xbox One).
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Today's show is (not) the first show with all four hosts since I don't know when--they thought they were forever doomed (they are) to never podcast together again, the uncharted four of them, but they finally did(n't do it), and it feels like (anything but) a revolution...it feels like home...front. Anyway, the hosts with the most (buttered toast and winter coats) talk about a whole bunch of games--including the surprising Doom (reboot?), the biggest PlayStation 4 exclusive to date: Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, and the hit or miss Homefront: The Revolution--and then end with a little bit of this and that.
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