The games of September! And is Shenmue 3 really that ugly? (Digitally Uploaded 2017, Episode #31)

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Welcome to hell, if you’re the sort of person that likes keeping up with all the big releases in a year. September is going to destroy you.

Seriously, it’s got to be one of the busiest months for exciting releases that we’ve seen all year, so we kick this podcast off talking about that. From there we take a look at Shenmue 3, which has unfortunately been quite controversial for all the wrong reasons over the past week.

Finally, we catch up on Final Fantasy XV, and all the stuff that’s been happening with that world. Love it or hate it? Let us know!

Thanks as always for listening in, you can catch us on our Twitter accounts here:

Matt S: @digitallydownld Ginny W: @ginnywoes Harvard L: @harvardliu

And if you liked any of the music this week, here’s the track list for you:

I’ll Miku Miku You (For Reals) – Hatsune Miku
Seymour Battle Remastered – Final Fantasy X
Main Menu Theme – XCOM 2
Main Theme – Chrono Trigger

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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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