Digitally Uploaded

23
Jul

Marvel, Fire Emblem, and that Stranger Things game is really the worst (Digitally Uploaded 2019, Episode #24)

Welcome back! We had a week's hiatus to get some other things done, but we're back this week, in style. Nintendo's had a whole lot of stuff out to talk about, Netflix tried its best to ruin Stranger Things on us all, and we have a good chat about games we've gone back to after taking a break from them.

Thanks as always for tuning in, and remember, if there's ever a topic you'd like to see us cover, just let us know!

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8
Jul

Hatsune Miku is back! Also Final Fantasy XIV and arcade games! (Digitally Uploaded 2019, Episode #23)

What an awesome week of news we had last week, headed by the return of Hatsune Miku to consoles! Yes! She's getting a brand new Switch experience, and we chat about that, and some of the other exciting stuff that came last week.

We also catch up on all the awesome stuff that Final Fantasy XIV's new expansion is bringing us, and we list out our favourite arcade games of all time.

Thanks as always for tuning in, and we'll catch up with you all next week!

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2
Jul

The games of July! Also our favourite fighting games ever (Digitally Uploaded 2019, Episode #22)

We're now halfway through the year! Tired yet? Well, you're going to get a whole lot more tired soon, because there's a lot to play this coming month!

We also have a good ol' chat about our favourite fighting games of all time (and why), and we discuss two of the biggest releases over the last week in-depth: Judgement and Bloodstained.

Thanks as always for tuning in, and we'll catch you next week!

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25
Jun

TIFA’S BREASTS! But also topics worth talking about, like horror and violence (Digitally Uploaded 2019, Episode #21)

Don't worry. We don't actually talk about Tifa's boobs, or the ridiculous controversy surrounding them. Much.

We have a great podcast for you this week! There's so many horror games releasing at the moment, so we talk about that, and then we also chat about My Friend Pedro and the old bugbear it raises - the question of violence.

This week we also try out a new feature, listing out our three favourite games within a specific genre. This week we're talking about sports games, but if there's any particular genre that you ever want us to chat about, let us know in the comments!

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18
Jun

All our post-E3 hot takes! (Digitally Uploaded 2019, Episode #20)

So, how good was E3 this year? Well, it was great if you were a fan of Nintendo and retro games... but was there much more to this year's show?

In our post-E3 wrap and debrief, we talk about everything that excited us in the show, what we're looking forward to playing, and what the biggest highlights were.

Thanks as always for tuning in, and we'll see you all next week!

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10
Jun

The E3 spectacular! (Digitally Uploaded 2019, Episode #19)

We recorded this podcast just before E3 kicked off so, with the event now fully in swing, what did we expact to hear about, what are we looking forward to, and what will we be focused on?

Without Sony, E3 this year is certainly going to be different! But there's still plenty to get excited about, and already so much announced, with more to come.

Let us know what you're looking forward to this year, what you've enjoyed seeing, and what games are hot on your "to do" list now! Thank you as always for tuning in, and we'll see you at the next podcast where... no doubt we'll have plenty more to say about E3.

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4
Jun

Pokemon, Kojima, and thank God Kojima’s not making a Pokemon game (Digitally Uploaded 2019, Episode #18)

On this week's episode, we have a talk about the surprise announcement that Kojima's Death Stranging will release this year, in November. There was a new trailer for it, and Alan and Matt get into a bit of verbal fisticuffs over whether Kojima's all he's cracked up to be.

We also talk about Pokemon, with four new Pokemon announcements happening last week. Is Pokemon Sleep worth getting excited for? What about a new Detective Pikachu title for Switch? There's something in there for everyone.

Thanks as always for tuning in, and do let us know if there's ever anything you'd like to hear us chat about on Digitally Uploaded!

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28
May

All the games of June, and kart racers! (Digitally Uploaded 2019, Episode #17)

Can you believe we're already halfway into the year? Where has 2019 gone? Anyway, with June just around the corner, we chat about the (many) interesting games that will be coming out in and around E3.

As this week saw the release of Team Sonic Racing, we also talk about that... and why developers seem to struggle so much to compete with Nintendo in that genre. Finally, Octopath Traveler is coming out on PC soon, so we take a look back at why that game is so wonderful.

Thanks as always for tuning in, and we'll see you next week!

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21
May

Silly names for games, and things we love that we once hated (Digitally Uploaded 2019, Episode #16)

We've finally convinced Alan to take another swing at Final Fantasy XII, now that it's out on Nintendo Switch, and he's enjoying the heck out of it.

We also have a chat about the names that game developers give games... because frankly, a lot of publishers don't do a good job there. What makes a video game title good, and why do so many developers and publishers get that wrong?

Finally, we also chat about NISA's latest one, and talk about all kinds of weird stuff besides.

Thanks as always for tuning in, and we'll see you next week!

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14
May

PlayStation State of Play - a bust? And we talk about spoilers! (Digitally Uploaded 2019, Episode #15)

Sony held a PlayStation State of Play last week, so we talk about what we saw in there, and whether Sony has its event formula nailed down properly yet (it probably doesn't).

We also have a good chat about spoilers, and whether people are starting to take that too far (they probably are). Finally, in the wake of Ubisoft going out there and actively claiming that its new Tom Clancy game "isn't political," when it quite blatantly is, we have a good laugh at how sour the discource around politics in games has turned.

Thanks as always for tuning in, and we'll see you next week!

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