Most Anticipated Indie Games of 2020 – OK Beast Podcast Ep. 179
On this week’s OK Beast Podcast, the crew discusses our most anticipated indie games of 2020 – including games like Sludge Life, Carrion, Eastward, and Sports Story. The guys also discuss Xbox Smart Delivery, Baldur’s Gate 3 gameplay reveal, getting addicted to Tetris 99, and experiencing The Witcher 3 all over again on Nintendo Switch.
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Topic of the Show:
In the spirit of PAX East, which happened this past weekend, the discusses our most anticipated indie games of 2020!
Listener Questions (Tweet Us or Email [email protected]):
Alec Bobko asks, “With a lot of the big name companies pulling out of PAX and GDC, how do you think things will work out for E3? I heard last night that if things continue the way they are, the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo will be cancelled!”
Joshua asks, “Which in game economy would you use to replace the current one in place in the USA????”
Clint Gilmore asks, “When do you guys think we will see a Nintendo Direct detailing the ll company’s plans for this year and when do you think we will see the big unveiling of the PS5?”
TRS asks, “Which has a better open world map, Skyrim, The Witcher 3, or RDR2, and why? What do each of them do that makes them unique in terms of topography and/or layout? Is one better at engagement than another?”
Sam asks, “Question: do we think Sword/Shield DLC is going to be in lieu of a third/special edition game ala Ultra Sun and Moon?”
Michael Hammond asks “First time caller. Is Xbox poised to be the leader of the next generation? Thanks for answering, I’ll hang up and listen to the answer”
Ryan Othman asks, “What is your favorite order from Sonic?”
Luis Alamilla asks, “Best Crush 40 song? Indies that made you cry?”
Paul Warren asks, “If you were a Nintendo executive, how would you plan a cinematic universe?”