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Happy Persona 5 week! As you listen to this podcast, the game is hitting shelves, and flying right back off them as people get stuck into what is sure to be one of the most popular and well-regarded games of the year. We talk through some of our first impressions of the game, as we start to play it ourselves.

As it’s the first week of the month, we look at the release schedule for April and… well, things aren’t settling down. Expect to play a lot this month. Finally, we have a chat with John Kane, one of the popular local Aussie game developers with Mallow Drops, a brilliantly charming mobile game, on the way later this month.

Enjoy the podcast! If you like any of the music on the podcast this week, have a listen to it below:

Tell Your World – Hatsune Miku
Donkey Kong Rap – Donkey Kong 64
Em-pyei-n vari-fen Jang – Ar Nosurge
Last Surprise – Persona 5

And if you want to catch any of us on social media, here you go:

Matt S – @digitallydownld
Matt C – @MC_Odd
James S – @j_swinbanks
John Kane – @gritfish
Thanks for listening, and see you next week!

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