Tetracast - Episode 42: The Possibilities of the Nintendo Switch
There has been A LOT of news to catch up on since our previous podcast. And only two people to cover it! But first we discuss the games we have been playing. Adam has been fallen into the Fire Emblem void as he talked about his experiences with Fire Emblem Fates and Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem. He also shares his love of the world building in Dragon Quest VII, the small reception to Bravely Second, and his return to Gurumin for his review of the recent Nintendo 3DS release. Zack on the other hand touches on the horrors of Yomawari: Night Alone, his return to mobile RPGs with Battle Girl High School and Destiny Child, and the addictiveness of Civilization VI.
Moving on to news, Zack and Adam discuss all the important features of the Nintendo Switch, the recent reports about some of its features, and their hopes for future software. Moving on, we have plenty to talk about Square Enix who shared a CG trailer and DLC plans for Final Fantasy XV, announced a Kingdom Hearts compilation for the PS4, and revealed details on the latest expansion for Final Fantasy XIV with Stormblood. That and a whole lot more on the latest edition of the Tetracast.
This edition of the Tetracast features Adam Vitale and is hosted by Zack Reese. As always, you can find links to the full episode of the podcast below along with our RSS feed, and also subscribe to us on iTunes. You can check out related videos on our discussions through our YouTube channel. We have been thinking of having weekly podcasts from now on so we're not having to rush through all the news, so look forward to that!
- Final Fantasy XV
- Fire Emblem Fates
- Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past
- Bravely Second: End Layer
- Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure
- Yomawari: Night Alone
- Nintendo Switch
- Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX
- Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue
- Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood
- Atelier Shallie Plus
- The Alliance Alive
- The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2
- Pokemon Sun and Moon