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Throwdown Your Questions Ep. 105

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Welcome to another episode of Throwdown Your Questions. This is the show which is run by you, our loyal followers. We answer any and all Video Game, Pop Culture and Tech related questions on this podcast.

Here are all of the questions we answer this week:

– Have you ever had the ending of a game spoiled for you?
– Do you continue playing games if there is thunder & lightning?
– What does Mass Effect: Andromeda need to do different to top the last 3 games?
– Do you want mythos given at the beginning or over the course of a show?
– Which of Wolverine’s “kids” would you rather see in a movie: X-23 or Daken?
– What is your favorite gaming art book?
– What are your thoughts about Spider-Man being the first “black” superhero?
– Are you excited for co-op in Rise of the Tomb Raider?
– What are your thoughts on Amy Hennig’s statements about AAA game production?
– What “hidden gem” game, if you had known about it, would you have bought day one?
– Who is a better game director: Hideo Kojima or Hidetaka Miyazaki?
– What went wrong with some of the “spiritual successor” Japanese games?
– What would be needed to make a good VR porn game?
– What features from GTAV would you like to see in Red Dead 3?
– Should XBL and PSN have the equivalent of a “Gamers Club” service?
– Why aren’t more sites talking about how the OG PS4 now has HDR support?
– Do you feel the current anime season is weak so far?
– Why does Rob Liefeld get so much hate?
– Would DC ever make a live-action Superman: Red Son film?
– One gotta go: Watchmen, The Dark Knight Returns, Sandman

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