GameSpot GamePlay Podcast Episode 66 - Devil Dance

Kevin and the GameSpot crew talk about Project Morpheus, Metal Gear, Titanfall and all things GDC 2014! Joining the team is Jayson Napolitano from Scarlet Moon Productions.

Discussion

10 comments
Gelugon_baat
Gelugon_baat

Egads, apparently McMillen doesn't exactly play many other indie games. :P

Lord_Python1049
Lord_Python1049

@Kevin will there be a way to promote Gamespot Gameplay on Gamespot? the only way to find it is a google search after remembering that its been a week...

Sun-Tzu-GE
Sun-Tzu-GE

LOL @ Kevin being disappointed for not being on the list !

Sun-Tzu-GE
Sun-Tzu-GE

I 100% agree with Tom.People aren't turned off by the xbox one because of price.What's 100$ more in the grand scheme of things? Nothing !

AtheistPreacher
AtheistPreacher

Wait... Tom's never played Monster Hunter?  Shame, Tom.  You like Dark Souls so much, Monster Hunter has similarly deep combat.  IMO it's actually the only game that can compete with the Souls series for combat.

Plus you like handhelds... get Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate on the 3DS.  I know it's not your beloved Vita, but I'm pretty sure you'll still enjoy yourself...

gajbutler
gajbutler

You need to advertise this show better on the site, no one knows it exists. Also can we have an MP3 download link, it is too hard to listen to this on Windows Phone, you need a direct link to get it to work there. 

SomberOwl
SomberOwl

@gajbutler  Agree to this. This show should be right on the front page and easily to find and blasted all over twitter and Facebook. It's my favourite part of the site right now. It's a shame it's so hard to find and buried in the site. 

Mellowcow
Mellowcow

@gajbutler  Totally agree. What good is the best content when only a lucky few ever find it? There should be a schedule for all upcoming streams on the main page.

robchiang1990
robchiang1990

@kitmeep @gajbutler  Love the site, yet still consider the change back in last October is a 17-year-old if-it-ain't-broke-don't-fix-it. The old site is still the most stream-lined video game site on the internet.