Tetracast - Episode 114: Don't Tell Anyone What We're Doing

Welcome to the latest edition of the Tetracast, RPG Site's weekly podcast!

Before we get into the news, we talk about the games we have been playing. Adam shares his progress in Elder Scrolls Online and Final Fantasy XIV, while James enlights us with his time in Mario Tennis Aces and Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin.

It's the ramp up to E3, so publishers are holding out for just a little bit until the festivities. However, there were still some exciting news stories worth covering. The Pokemon Company had an interesting week as they revealed Pokemon Quest and Pokemon: Let's Go! Eevee / Pikachu for the Switch. Meanwhile, Square Enix doesn't seem to want to market their mobile games that much because both Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth and Star Ocean: Anamnesis have appeared with little to no fanfare. But at least we're getting mods for FFXV on PC soon.

Then it's all about the mysteries for next week. Bethesda teased the existence of Fallout 76 without sharing any details on its genre. BioWare did the same but for Anthem. And speaking of which, we get some last-minute guesses in for E3 before everything kicks off next weekend. All that and more on the latest edition of our podcast!

This edition of the Tetracast features James Galizio (@theswweet), Adam Reese (@amreese), Chao Min Wu, and is hosted by Zack Reese (@zackreese). 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.

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  • 4:40 - Mario Tennis Aces
  • 6:58 - Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin
  • 8:04 - The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset
  • 9:57 - Final Fantasy XIV
  • 17:05 - Bless Online
  • 21:40 - Pokemon Quest
  • 25:20 - Pokemon, Let's Go!
  • 35:05 - Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth and Star Ocean: Anamnesis
  • 40:05 - Lunastra in Monster Hunter: World
  • 43:32 - Fallout 76
  • 51:20 - Anthem
  • 52:45 - Final Fantasy XV mod tools
  • 59:38 - E3 2018 predictions