The DDNet Podcast! NieR: Automata, the Nintendo Switch, and the ridiculous March release schedule

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NieR: Automata is here! A game that we never thought would actually get made after the original bombed so badly, NieR: Automata is everything that we could actually want from a game, and then some. It’s a work of pure genius.

This week we have a good chat about NieR, and Yoko Taro’s games in general. Then we also have a chat about games that are influenced by other media – be that film, literature, or the higher art forms such as ballet, theatre, or opera.

As it’s the first week of March, we also have a good chat about the games that are being released this month, and it’s almost intimidating just how much stuff is coming… let alone that we have a new piece of hardware to enjoy in the Nintendo Switch!

If you like the music from the podcast this week, here’s the tracklist for you:

Tell Your World – Hatsune Miku
NieR: Automata – Main Menu theme
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Main Theme
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – The Fields of Ard Skellig

And you can follow us along on Twitter if you’d like:

Matt S: @digitallydownld
Matt C: @MC_Odd
Ginny: @ginnywoes

Thanks for listening, and see you next week!

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