Halloween, rediscovering classics, and adapting Lord of the Rings to videogames (Digitally Uploaded 2017, Episode #35)

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Halloween’s getting close now, so naturally there’s a bunch of new horror game releases, and of course we take the opportunity to talk about that in this week’s podcast!

We also have a good ol’ chat about Lord of the Rings, and what an awful job the new Middle-earth: Shadow of War does at respecting Tolkien’s vision. Then, to round this week’s discussion off, we talk about going back and discovering old classics, and what it’s like playing an old game for the first time now – it’s quite amazing to see how far games have come in such a short time.

Thanks as always for listening, and be sure to catch the whole team on Twitter:

Matt S: @digitallydownld
Ginny W: @ginnywoes
Alan M: @ironshroom
Trent P: @trinest

And if any of the music we played interested you this week, here’s the tracklist:

The Lost One’s Weeping – Kagamine Rin
Route One – Pokemon Blue
Carnival Kerfuffle – Cuphead
Main Theme – Blue ReflectionThanks for listening, and see you next week!

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