Indies on the Nintendo Switch, what we’d love to see in Final Fantasy XVI, and Call of Duty… ergh (Digitally Uploaded 2017, Episode #37)

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Yeah, we went there. We’re still likely years away from a Final Fantasy XVI, but that doesn’t stop us fantasising (hah) about it on this week’s podcast!

More practically, we discuss some of the amazing indie games released on the Nintendo Switch in recent weeks. With all the hype behind Mario Odyssey and Fire Emblem Warriors it’s easy to forget that there are many, many new amazing indie games released on the console each week.

Finally, we talk about Call of Duty. Not because we want to, but because it’s one of the biggest games of the year, and therefore we should talk about it.

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