It’s Episode 119 of the Lost Spark Podcast and this week it’s the James and Antony show.
Join the guys as they chat about the latest in gaming news including DC Super Heroes invading Rocket League via the latest DC themed DLC. Nintendo are in trouble with Norway about their refund policies and the biggest news of all, Burnout Paradise Remastered is a thing and it’s coming to Xbox One and PS4 in glorious 4K/60FPS.
Hands on impressions this week include Luigi’s Mansion Arcade, hear two grown men get over excited about their latest find in the arcades! We also go hands on with Monster Hunter on Xbox One and Fe on Nintendo Switch.
Plus, in what could be the ultimate hands on impressions, Antony recalls his time with a Tesla Model X.
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This week the man himself (@BigSheep) joins the guys to discuss the gaming news of the moment in episode 90.
It’s a bit of a Nintendo-fest this week as the often visited Nintendo corner grows into the Nintendo-Annex in light of the sheer volume of stories over the last 7 days, in no small part owing to the phenomenal success of the Switch console which is showing no signs of slowing down in it’s meteoric mission from store shelf to gamers pocket.
The guys have been gushing about Breath of the Wild since release and with good reason and it looks like the release of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is shaping up to be just as much fun and just as successful with a 45% attach rate topping both the UK’s Individual and All Formats charts this week.
After some discussion about if we will see an up to now unrevealed big game on Switch between Arms and Mario Odyssey the conversation turns to ward the reveal of the Zelda Season Pass and the content therein (full details below). With the advent of a full fangled Tingle costume being a genius standout for the Sparks.
The question is, in a game world so big, will people want more, are the revealed features welcome and most importantly, does the lure of this extra content get you tingling enough to part with your rupees?
To hear what the guys think, listen in and enjoy the latest installment of the Lost Spark Podcast.