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Tetracast - Episode 131: (Don't) Forget the Past

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

Before we get into the big topics of the last week, we always like to talk about the games we have been playing. James shares his foray into the raids of Destiny 2: Forsaken while talking about what's on the horizon in future DLC, while Zack falls into the wormhole that is gacha games with Dragalia Lost.

And then we get into the news of the week! It was a week that was more focused on the industry as Microsoft is reportedly looking into acquiring Obsidian Entertainment, the developers behind Pillars of Eternity and Fallout: New Vegas. Speaking of which, CD Projekt RED announced a partnership with Digital Scapes which could point to a multiplayer mode coming to Cyberpunk 2077.

Sony is finally giving us the opportunity to change our old, embaressing PSN IDs sometime in early 2019. But let's not completely forget the past as Konami has given their Suikoden web portal in Japan a makeover. We also get into the recent story about Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal being censored and sebsequently delayed in the west. And is Corpse Party coming to the Switch? All that and more on the latest edition of the Tetracast!

This edition of the Tetracast features James Galizio (@theswweet) 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 or Google Play.

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Timestamps

  • 01:18 - Destiny 2
  • 14:16 - Dragalia Lost
  • 19:25 - Sony letting you change your PSN IDs
  • 24:08 - XSEED delays Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal due to censorship
  • 36:26 - Microsoft reportedly acquiring Obsidian Entertainment
  • 45:27 - CD Projekt RED signs a partnership with Digital Scapes
  • 48:47 - Corpse Party: Blood Drive rated by the ESRB for the Switch
  • 53:33 - Konami relaunches the Suikoden web portal in Japan
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