Games of the year (so far), the PlayStation Vita’s best month in ages, and more! (Digitally Uploaded 2017, Episode #18)

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Whoo! The podcast recording technology worked this week, the technical demons have been squashed, and we’re back after a week’s forced hiatus!

Because the DDNet awards cycle runs from December to November, we’re actually six months in to the “year” this month, so we thought we’d look back at the many game of the year contenders and talk about which have really resonated with us, and which are likely to pick up awards.

We also talk about the humble PlayStation Vita, which is enjoying one of its best months for game releases ever, despite being a supposedly “dead” console. And plenty more besides! It’s a good podcast this week, we swear.

Feel free to follow us on our social media:

Matt S: @digitallydownld
Alan M: @ironshroom
Tyler T: @tylertreese
Harvard L: @harvardliu

And if you liked any of the music from this week’s podcast, here’s the tracklist for you:

Winter Gift – Hatsune Miku
Main Menu Music – Horizon Zero Dawn
Theater – Persona 4
Main Theme – The Sexy Brutale

Thanks for listening, and see you next week!

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

1) Download the free Podbean application, and subscribe to the Digitally Uploaded podcast there (Just search “Digitally Uploaded”). Alternatively you can find us through our Feed RSS, here:

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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