Welcome to the latest edition of the Tetracast, RPG Site's regular podcast!
Before we get into a big discussion on Kingdom Hearts III's newest DLC, we spend some time talking about the topics of the week, as well as what we've been playing. Adam starts out by continuing to talk about why SaGa Scarlet Grace is so addicting to play, while James follows up why he's disappointed with the state of the PC ports for Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception and Mask of Truth.
George shares his near-final thoughts about Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot after last week's in-progress review, and we discuss how Kakarot fulfilled that never-ending RPG itch to grow stronger and stronger to take on the toughest challenges. We close out the introductory section with short pitstops talking about Monster Hunter World: Iceborne's new PC roadmap and Rune Factory 4 Special coming to Switch next month.
We then go into our main discussion about Kingdom Hearts III: ReMind, along with touching on the newly announced Project Xehanort for mobile devices. Adam found the design of the DLC to be tedious and silly, while George found himself grinning the entire time through. We discuss the new challenges found within the battles in the DLC, and what the new ending possibly means for the future of the series.
Do note that our discussion about Kingdom Hearts III: ReMind does contain spoilers.
This edition of the Tetracast features Bryan Vitale (@zeomassicot), George Foster(@gepugg), Adam Vitale (@King_Seda) and James Galizio (@theswweet). 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.
- 01:35 - SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions
- 09:31 - Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception and Mask of Truth
- 22:31 - Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot
- 33:56 - Monster Hunter World: Iceborne and 2020 Roadmap
- 38:04 - Rune Factory 4 Special comes to Switch in late February
- 46:05 - Project Xehanort
- 51:25 - Kingdom Hearts III: ReMind
- 1:33:32 - Signoff