GameSpot Asia Beat Ep. 20: End of March Madness

The month of March comes to a close; GameSpot Asia and friends talk about BioShock Infinite (no spoilers), Tomb Raider, SimCity and others.

March is almost over, which means that there wouldn’t be too many titles assaulting our gaming senses. Between playing through the likes of BioShock Infinite, Tomb Raider, and SimCity, along with keeping track of GDC news like that Metal Gear game consisting of hospital scenes and flaming horses, we confess that it’s a tough juggling act to decide what to focus on talking about for the show.

Joining Randolph and I in our games-talking are ESPN Game’s Marc “The Fraggot” Lim and GXBlog’s Michael Khoo. On with the podcast!

Download the show here. What are the games you've been playing this month? Are you stoked about Metal Gear Solid V? Talk about it on the comments box below.

OP and ED music: "PenPal" by Anamanaguchi
Intermission: "The Kirb Reich" by Brandon Strader

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Discussion

8 comments
tightwad34
tightwad34

End of March Madness......NOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!

NTM23
NTM23

What? Bioshock 2 got really great reception. 

vivalatour
vivalatour

another TR come and gone , nothing more to say than bye !

nate1222
nate1222

@Jonathan Toyad

I wonder if the Bioshock series is popular in Asia. I know The U.S, Canada and Europe dig it. But I haven't gotten word on China, Japan nor South Korea about it. Could you fill me in?

mr_toffee
mr_toffee moderator

@nate1222 We haven't checked if BioShock Infinite has been released in those regions yet. Will keep you updated. But yeah, just like tomahawkbuster said, shooters aren't as big in Asia unless it's called Blackshot, Sudden Attack, and Counter-Strike (both the Valve and Online Korean ver.)

tomahawkbuster
tomahawkbuster

@nate1222 First and third person shooters typically are not too popular Asia. You will notice that not too many of them are even developed over there.