DDNet in Japan! Also digging into Danganronpa, and party games! (Digitally Uploaded 2017, Episode #32)

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Matt’s in Japan now, so this podcast was actually recorded a little ahead of time. Nonetheless, we did find some great stuff to talk about.

First up we talk about Japan itself; some of the things to get up to while you’re there (it’s not just about anime and games, believe it or not). Then we talk about a Japanese game we’re all greatly looking forward to; the latest in the Danganronpa series. Finally, we have a chat about party games, and some of the challenges that come with reviewing them as game critics.

Thanks as always for listening, and be sure to catch us on Twitter if we’re interesting enough!

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

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

Urotander, Underhanded Rangers – KAITO/ Hatsune Miku et al.
Phantom Battle Theme – Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
Battle of the Four Fiends – Final Fantasy IV
Theme – Jak & Dexter

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