What do they talk about? The guys start things off with Borderlands 3 and Raffy brought a lot of optimism about it’s first trailer while Matthew thinks it was MORE-derlands than a sequel.
They then shift to Apple’s Apple Arcade, which is a service that will featured exclusive mobile games that can be played in any Apple device. Miguel talks about Unheard, which we bet you never heard about, and Raffy, despite him saying he doesn’t have much time to play games thanks to being in the adult world, we was still able to sneak in a few hours via the Nintendo Switch and his phone. He talks about L.A. Noire on the Switch, and some Marvel Strike Force for mobile at the end.
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Ubisoft has offered 500,000 Euro to contribute to the restoration and reconstruction of the iconic cathedral but the mega developer has loads of reference material for Notre Dame that could help out.
Chris Avellone, the designer who co-wrote Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, had less than great things to say about the leadership at Obsidian Entertainment, the studio behind the upcoming The Outer Worlds. Avellone was a co-founder and co-owner at the studio until he left in 2015.
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Star Wars: The Old Republic is getting a new expansion this year and it’s called Onslaught, and it will be free to all subscribers of the MMORPG. It will include a new story, two new explorable planets, a Flashpoint, an Operation, and more.
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