Hitman 2 Impressions, Rapture Rejects, & Game Awards Leaks – OK Beast Podcast Ep. 122
On this week’s OK Beast Podcast, Blessing, Ian, and Alex sit down to discuss a few new game releases, including Hitman 2, Rapture Rejects, Beat Saber, and more! In light of Bioware hinting at an impending Dragon Age game announcement, the crew discusses additional leaks and rumors ahead of next week’s Game Awards showcase – a topic that many listeners wrote in about. The guys also touch on the Nintendo Creator’s Program and how its dissolution affects creators like OK Beast.
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Hitman 2, Rapture Rejects, Pokemon Let’s GO Pikachu & Eevee, Ring of Elysium, Beat Saber, Tetris Effect, Playroom VR
Listener Questions (Tweet Us or Email [email protected]):
Chris Nelson: “What would be the craziest possible scenario for a Game Awards surprise presenter, and what would be the most obscene sponsorship they could get and have to write a scene for? I vote either Cliffy B chainsawing a Gears Funko Pop in half to reveal Action GOTY or Miyamoto riding in on a real live genetically engineered Yoshi. Followed by Best Dating Sim (Sponsored by Tinder) or Best VR Game (Brought to you by Brazzers)”
Jared: “Being content creators on YouTube, how has the Nintendo Creator’s Program affected your channel in the past, if at all? Do you think the discontinuation of the program will incentivize gaming YouTube creators to make more content now that it is over?”
Ryan Othman: “@BlessingJr how sore are your arms from Beat Saber now? All jokes aside, what Nintendo game do you want to make content about now that the creators program is gone?”
Eduardo Santana: “Do you expect 2019 to be an overall better year for gaming than 2018?”