The DDNet Podcast! We interview the producer of Mass Effect: Andromeda!

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So this week we have a special treat: We interview the producer of the upcoming Mass Effect: Andromeda, Fabrice Condominas, about what to expect about the upcoming game, some of the key themes to get excited about, and our hands-on experience with the game.

After that we also chat more generally about what we enjoy about BioWare games, and then compare what we love about western RPGs to what we love about Japanese RPGs.

It’s a big podcast this week, so kick back, enjoy, and let us know what you think!

You can catch us on social media:

Matt: @digitallydownld
Ginny: @ginnywoes
Harvard: @harvardliu

And if any of this week’s music caught your ear, here’s where you can listen to it:

Multiple Future Quartet – Hatsune Miku
Leaving Earth – Mass Effect 3
Striptease – Persona 4
Excavator Battle w/ Song of ther Ancients – NieR: Automata

The podcast is completely free, and there are a couple of ways that you can listen in:

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2) Simply head on over to the Digitally Uploaded mini-website and follow us there. You’ll be able to download episodes that way too to listen to them offline:

3) Simply click on the player below to tune in as you browse DDNet!

4) We’re also on iTiunes podcast, so you can search for us under “Digitally Uploaded” there, too.

Enjoy, and as always, please do let us know if you’ve got any feedback or would like for us to discuss a particular topic on an upcoming show.

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