This week on The Finger Guns Podcast the ENTIRE team is here as Rossko, Greg, Sean, Paul and Toby get our heads down with the weeks biggest gaming/nerd culture news and not only that, we have a guest!
Joining us is Sperasoft’s Steve Thornton who jumps on to talk his previous live at TT Games, his thoughts on Unreal Engine 5 along with his love for the design aesthetics in Doom Eternal and Sekiro, as well as lockdown living in St. Petersburg. We have an extended, fascinating chat with Steve which is well worth diving into.
Our Trivia Challenge returns with Sean challenging us with a 3D Platformer quiz, can Toby get a point on the board after last weeks disastrous debut showing? Well, you’ll have to listen I suppose. We also talk the obscene asking price of every little piece of Mortal Kombat 11 Kontent (heh) with Greg delivering a passionate retort in regards to NetherRealms business practices. Are they treating the early adopters fairly? Should we really be paying over £100 for every piece of content? We discuss.
Finally, well it’s The Snyder Cut isn’t it. It’s actually real and our resident DC fanboy Paul has some thoughts on what it all could mean. Once, y’kno, once it’s explained to him what on earth is going on because it’s never quite a planet he’s ever present upon. What other works of creative endeavour do we want sliced up and remade? It’s a fun discusssion.
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