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Tekken 7 has landed, finally! What a great game it has proven to be. This week on the podcast, the DDNet team talks all about the new addiction that we have to the big new fighting game.

Because there have been so many fighting games released recently, we also take a broader look at the genre; what is it about fighting games that we like so much, and which are our favourites?

Finally, we also take a look at where VR is at. Some are dismissing it as wasted potential, but you only need to look at Farpoint and Star Trek: Bridge Clue to realise that VR is just now really getting going.

Thanks for listening in! Catch us on our social media here:

Matt S: @digitallydownld
Alan M: @ironshroom
Matt L: @crowdedworlds

And here’s the tracklist, is any of the music catches your attention:

39 Music! – Hatsune Miku Magical Mirai 2016 concert
Menu Music – Battleblock Theatre
Old Snake Theme – Metal Gear Solid
Concept of Love – Jet Set Radio Future

Thanks for listening, and see you next week!

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