Welcome to this week’s podcast as the guys get over excited about food to game with, gushing forth about pizza’s of both the savoury and sweet persuasion, using the sous vide style to make the best steak ever to feed you up before a gaming session and top it all of with a hearty swirl of biscuit syrup! It’s gastro-gaming fusion! A combination that can’t be beaten! Or have they just played too much Overcooked!
The one and only, James ‘The Brand’ Thomas (@BIGSheep) joins us this week fresh from EGX and gives us the lowdown (along with Antony) on this fine UK event.
This week, along with many other questions about the mysteries of the gaming world, we ask the question that chills us to our very bone – what if The Last Guardian was so over ambitious at it’s first reveal way back when, that all it could ever do was meet an expectation set almost ten years ago?
This week’s episode welcomes James Thomas (@BIGsheep) to the fold once again to discuss the latest comings and goings in the gaming world we love.
After answering 10 questions about Final Fantasy VII in an interview with Gameinformer, producer Yoshinori Kitase has shed some light on the plans for this long expected game. His comment that each part of the serialisation of the game would be on par with the scale of one Final Fantasy XIII game has us excited and has certainly helped rekindle some of the optimism for this remake that had been slightly scuppered when the announcement of serialising the adventure may dearly love was announced.
With the number of episodes Square-Enix have in mind for the remake still under wraps, the Sparks wonder just how big a game could we be getting here? With it sounding like the game will explore new areas of the game in more detail than was possible in the original along with perhaps a good deal more character building, could we be looking at a story of 100 hours plus, not even including sidequests? Imagine 10 episodes at 30 hours each – wow! – potentially 300 hours of Final Fantasy VII goodness to look forward to. If it’s good of course…