Revisiting Assassin’s Creed & Video Games To Relax To – OK Beast Podcast Ep. 182


On this week’s OK Beast Podcast, the crew discusses revisiting Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey, a newly announced RPG called Sea of Stars, PlayStation 5 tech specs, GameStop refusing to close down amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, and video games to relax to.

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Nintendo just announced a bunch of new indie games are coming to the Switch

Topic of the Show:

The OK Beast Podcast crew polls our audience for their video games to relax to and reads them off on the show.

What’s Up:

The guys have been playing the following games this week: Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey, Sea of Thieves, Divinity Original Sin 2

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

Chase Williams asks, “Ian loves to throw around the word gamer and the comedy that comes from this is quite enjoyable. However, I want to ask Ian, and the rest of you if Ian’s response is silly, what actually defines what a gamer? What makes someone a gamer? How do we know one when we see one?“

Austin Ernst asks, “What is the first game you remember beating (rolling credits)? Does it have a special place in your heart or is it just another game to you? Mine is Sonic the Hedgehog. I will always remember beating it an d not understanding why there wasn’t more.“

Cly asks, “Do y’all hit the crosswalk button once, or repeatedly until it yells at you?”

Zeke Herman asks, “Why are people buying so much toilet paper?”

Paul Warren asks, “Does Neir Automata count as an (J)RPG or an action game?”


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