Podcast 565 - No Man's Sky Next, Blinx the Time Sweeper, and Jeff with 5 Hearts

Published by 4Player Podcast on July 28, 2018

Behold! We open up about our plans for streaming and podcasting in August which is officially 1998 month! Krispy shares his thoughts on No Man's Sky Next; the big fancy update that goes a long way towards delivering on the game's original promise! In other news, Brad lost a bet so he talks about his time with the Xbox classic... Blinx the Time Sweeper! Nolan played more Frostpunk and Nick continues to shout praise at Jurassic World Evolution.

This Week's Discussion Topics:

1998 Month Schedule
Feedback from our Last Episode
No Man's Sky Next
Blinx the Time Sweeper
Jurassic World Evolution
and more...

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    1 year, 10 months ago

    I'm hyped to see Shogo: Mobile Armor Division on your list of games for 1998 month, it's worth playing for the intro alone. Is anyone going to do Myth II: Soulblighter though? It's secretly Bungie's best game and has the best storytelling of any RTS!

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    1 year, 10 months ago

    Also, I can't believe Nick hasn't watched a speed run.

    If I could make you watch one, it'd be for a 1998 game, Half-Life. It's 21 minutes you won't regret: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtI5HM7GVGY

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    1 year, 10 months ago

    While it is nice to know that Hello Games did all they could to improve No Man's Sky into Next, to me it's a little too late for anyone to go back into it. Very little people I've seen online have expressed interest in going back to it because they feel it will enable more company's to do the same thing to their games.