Non-violent games! Boxes under the TV! Beers and gaming! (Digitally Uploaded 2017, Episode #26)

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This week on Digitally Uploaded kicks off with a discussion about violence in games, or, more specifically, non-violent games. Since last week we have been utterly in love with a little Aussie game called Yonder, and it’s very much like how Zelda: Breath of the Wild would be if Zelda had no violence in it… yes, that’s right, Zelda is a violent game, not that we ever think of it that way.

From there we have a chat about the number of boxes that we have under the TV, which is frankly getting ridiculous. What was once a couple of consoles is now an endless series of these things… are they really necessary?

Finally, we talk about what we eat and drink while we play video games. Not Moutain Dew and Doritos. We won’t be consuming them until the latest cheque clears…

Enjoy the podcast! Here’s our social media accounts if you want to follow us on Twitter:

Matt S: @digitallydownld
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And if you liked the music on the show, here’s the YouTube links:

Rollin’ Girl – Hatsune Miku
Theme Track – Mario Kart 8
Ordeal Boss – Team Kirby Clash Deluxe
Infinite Azure Round One – Tekken 7

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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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