N-E Café Episode 56 now available!
Posted 16 Dec 2020 at 00:34 by Sam C Gittins
Episode 56 of the N-E Café has hosts Lee Davies, Gregory Moffett and Nick Lone taking you through the most noteworthy Nintendo news, reviewing their recently played games, and a Listener Question, from N-Europe staff member Sam, about Grinding through games.
This is episode 56 of the N-E Café Podcast, an N-Europe Podcast. Enjoy!
This week, the boys talk about the latest Nintendo related gaming news of the past week, and the latest e-Shop games which have just been released. There's also plenty of gaming related discussion, including Greg playing a Nintendo-like game on a non-Nintendo platform, as he checks out Astro's Play Room on the PS5.
Nick immerses himself in the world of Cyberpunk 2077, a greatly anticipated title released across non-Nintendo platforms, not without more than a few technical hiccups, even on the PC version, though it does sound like it lives up to at least some of the hype surrounding the game.
Lee puts a few more folds and creases into Paper Mario: The Origami King, ultimately leading to the finale of the latest entry in the unique RPG series, and flys through Florence, an interactive story of sorts, with lots of Puzzles, designed to draw you in.
The big topic this week, is Grinding in Games, do you like to level up a lot in RPG's? Or do you have a favourite title which you'll always find yourself returning to. Perhaps, you might have a more relaxed approach to how you play games, playing through with the story, with minimal time taken on sidequests etc, we'd like to hear about how you like to play your favourite titles. Indeed, if you'd like to join in with the discussion, then you can always do so in the N-E Café Podcast thread.
All of this, and much more is talked about in this latest episode, we hope that you enjoy it and without further ado, you can find the link below...
Episode 56 can now be found on all major podcast providers, so make sure to subscribe to the podcast on your provider of choice. This episode will be available later on the N-Europe YouTube channel as well. You can also start listening on SoundCloud right now. Enjoy!