Animal Crossing: New Horizons Deep Dive – OK Beast Podcast Ep. 183

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On this week’s OK Beast Podcast, the crew is joined by Luis Alamilla for an Animal Crossing: New Horizons deep dive. The guys also discuss DOOM Eternal, Epic Games’ new game publishing label, and a recap of last week’s surprise Nintendo Direct Mini.

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News: 

Epic launches publishing label, signs creators behind Control, Inside, and The Last Guardian 

A Nintendo Direct Mini Has Just Been Shadow-Dropped, Watch It Here

What’s Up:

The guys have been playing the following games this week: Animal Crossing: New Horizons, DOOM Eternal, Hades

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

Andrew Cogswell asks, “How do you guys feel about Animal Crossings more linear approach to expansion this time around? I personally love it and it’s brought me into the series unlike other games that have never really done it for me.”

Caitlin Galiz-Rowe asks, “Who is the best villager and why is it Roald?”

Ryan Othman asks, “Do you think Nintendo will do something about the crazy amount of loading associated with AC multiplayer?”

PixelBrave asks, “How do you guys handle decision paralysis? I have tons of awesome games with me that never get played bc I can never choose”

Joshua asks, “Would you rather have loads of time to play games, but only be allowed to buy 1 a year…. Or have very little time to play, but be able to own several games a year??”

Austin Ernst asks, “Do you think more devs should embrace releasing at the same time like Doom and Animal Crossing did? It seemed to work out for them, but it could be because they are both pretty big titles already.” 

 

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