Watch Dogs: Legion Fan Creation Controversy & New Nintendo Switch Revealed – OK Beast Podcast Ep. 151

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On this week’s OK Beast Podcast, the crew discusses the Watch Dogs: Legion fan creation controversy, and a newly revealed Nintendo Switch which features an extended battery life, and the Luigi’s Mansion 3 release date. In the What’s Up section of the show, Blessing and Ian share their thoughts on Resident Evil 2 Remake, Brandon is enjoying is time with Far Cry: New Dawn, and lastly, Alex discusses climbing to higher ranks in the Apex Legends Ranked League.

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News:

New Joy-Con colors – Blue/Neon Yellow and Neon Purple/Neon Orange. Available beginning 10/4 for $79.99.

Luigi’s Mansion 3 arrives to #NintendoSwitch on 10/31

You can now also use the newly added Rewind feature with the entire collection of Nintendo Entertainment System

Nintendo announces updated Switch with better battery life

Ubisoft Invites Fans To Make Music For Watch Dogs: Legion, Sparking Exploitation Debate

What’s Up:

Resident Evil 2 Remake, Far Cry: New Dawn, Apex Legends Season 2

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

Jared Schuh asks, Are you planning on buying a new switch for the extra battery life? I’m really considering it myself.”

Chris Nelson asks,What’s a game/franchise that has lore that pulls you in but gameplay/genre that pushes you away?”

Chase Williams asks, “Last week I submitted a question which asked how you all approach the conversation around the expressive nature of videogames. Your responses separated criticism along two poles: Gameplay description on one side, and social aspects as expression on the other. My question this week is: why was the “social” aspect so quickly connected with the word expressive? What aspects of expression exist outside the contextual component of works? How do we approach critical game analysis without adopting the perspective of an anthropologist?”

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