Astral Chain Impressions & SNES Games on Switch – OK Beast Podcast Ep. 157
On this week’s OK Beast Podcast, the crew shares their hands-on impressions of Astral Chain, Control, Wreckfest, and World of Warcraft: Classic. Alex, Brandon, Blessing and Ian also discuss Nintendo releasing SNES games on Switch, last week’s Nintendo Direct news, Telltale Games getting revived, and an interesting new fitness device created by Nintendo.
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The guys played and talked about the following games this episode: World of Warcraft: Classic, Wreckfest, Conan Exiles, Control, Astral Chain, Fire Emblem: Three Houses, and Rainbow 6 Siege.
Listener Questions (Tweet Us or Email [email protected]):
Pixelbrave: PAX West pretty much tops off OK Beast’s convention appearances for the year. What are some of the lessons you guys learned this year and maybe any goals you have for next year’s shows? #OKBP
Riana asks, “What did you miss at PAX that you wish you had played?”
Monti asks, “If there is one thing about PAX you can change, what would it be?”
Chris Nelson asks, “Who’s your prediction for Smash DLC 5? Also, did it strike you as weird that Nintendo is selling Smash characters outside of the Fight Pass? I’m overall glad that we’re getting more characters, but this type of situation seems like the reason that Season Passes have faded away.”
Kam Konek asks, “If you had to pick a random ordinary object to be an Object of Power, what would the object be and the power it gave you?”
Greysun Morales asks, “What other SNES games do you want to see on the Switch? I would want earthbound and Kirby super star eventually and maybe even Star Fox 2 #OKBP”
Pedro Venegas asks, “How do you decide what to get when there is a big game month like this month?”