Arcade Couch is the Explosion Network’s premiere video games podcast featuring discussions on the latest releases, tech, industry news and more, available every Saturday at 6 AM AEST
Episode 02 - A Strong Blizzard
00:25 - What Is Arcade Couch?
02:35 - TrustedReviews Bullied By Take Two?
11:18 - Australian Gaming Awards Announced
21:30 - Drew Agnew Drops By To Help Prepare You For Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu/Eevee
37:20 - League of Legends World Cup Results
43:05 - Overwatch World Cup Results
47:15 - Red Dead Redemption 2 Better Than RDR?
58:42 - Deltarune Drops Out Of Nowhere
01:09:00 - Indie Horror Game Infliction Review
01:12:20 - Occult Review of Call of Cthulhu
01:13:35 - Owls & Vowels Is Fun Learning With A Cute Owl
01:16:25 - Diablo: Immortal Announced To Vitrol & Hate From Fans
01:51:48 - Wrap-Up
Blizzard has received massive backlash to announcing Diablo: Immortal, a mobile Diablo game at Blizzcon this past week. Dylan, Ash & Ciaran discuss the outrage that has ensued and what that represents for gaming culture. They also ponder if it was Blizzards smartest decision to announce a mobile game at Blizzcon in the first place.
Drew Agnew from The House of Mario stops by the couch to discuss the upcoming release of Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu/Eevee. He gives the low-down on how the game plays and what kind of audience should be excited.
Also on the show:
- TrustedReviews Forced To Donate $1.8 Million
- Australian Game Reviews Announced
- League Of Legends & Overwatch World Cups
- Red Dead Redemption 2
- Deltarune Is Dropped
- Call of Cthulhu: The Official Video Game
- Indie Horror Game, Infliction
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