October 2020 Podcast: Tokyo Game Show, classic games and visual novels!

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We have a special guest on the podcast this week! Tina from Cotton Candy Cyanide, an Australian developer that has just released her first game under the brand – Quantum Suicide. It’s a very, very good game, full of Danganronpa-style drama and with a healthy dose of fan service, so this week we chat with her about the game, its development, and what players should look forward to from it. 

We also go through the games that will release through October (there is a lot of them), and talk about both Tokyo Game Show for 2020, and classic games – which classic games hold up, which do not, and why. This topic was inspired by Mario 64’s recent re-release on to Nintendo Switch, and there is some heated debate across the DDNet team as to its value as a game in 2020.

It’s a big podcast, so kick back, relax, and enjoy! We’ll be back next month with the next one!


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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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