Man of Medan, Supermassive Games, & Hollow Knight – OK Beast Podcast Ep. 108


On this week’s episode of the OK Beast Podcast, the crew discusses Supermassive Games’ new horror collection, The Dark Pictures Anthology, and take a look at the first game from the collection that’s being teased, Man of Medan. Alex, Moises, and Ian discuss Hollow Knight and revel in the design of the game’s setting, Hallow Nest. Lastly, Blessing shares his thoughts on To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and Alex shares his impressions of Bad North, a minimalist RTS roguelite that’s brimming with viking invasions.

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Games We’ve Been Playing:
Hollow Knight, Bad North, Dead Cells

Listener Questions (Tweet Us or Email [email protected]):

Chase Williams: “Does Gamescom Matter?”

Star Player: “Talk about blend of storytelling into game mechanics. Also liked your vid on how pyre is about faith and religion. Maybe that?”

Clint Gilmore: “If you had the power to resurrect one franchise from the dead, what would it be?”

Frankie Godoy: “If you could record an hour long let’s play with any person in history, who would it be and what game would you play?”

Cameron Abbott: “When Ian and Kao drove across the US, what was their biggest disappointment and why was it not taking the time to visit me?”

Elmer Guardado: “Now that u have a Cali boi (welcome to the club), what kind of game would Ian love to see in that setting? Personally, I would love to see a game where you start as a transplant moving to the city and then you spend the rest of the game grinding until you find affordable housing.”

Zeke Herman: “Any plans for putting the podcast on YouTube?”

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