Throwdown Your Questions Ep. 124

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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:

– Why are gamers more focused on treating games as products instead of as art?
– Who would you cast as Sean Murray in a No Man’s Sky movie?
– What is the best wrestling game ever made?
– What can be done to reinvigorate the Dark Souls series?
– What would gamers argue about if fanboys didn’t exist?
– What would be the perfect open-world game?
– What do you make of the cult-like devotion some gamers have for corporations?
– What do you think about Yonder: The Cloud Catcher?
– What are your thoughts on Hellblade?
– What do you think of Nier Automata so far?
– Does the Nintendo seal of quality still mean something?
– If Nintendo was a Western company, would the Switch even exist?
– Do games with female protagonists get held to a higher standard?
– Will SJWs find something wrong with Aloy?
– Do you find the Switch joy-con controllers comfortable or not?
– Will Sony release even more exclusive games later this year?
– What are your favorite fighting games?
– How does Horizon Zero Dawn compare to The Witcher 3 overall?
– What are you top five Western RPGs?
– How well does Horizon Zero Dawn stack up as an RPG?
– What are your thoughts about Jim Sterling getting attacked for his Zelda review?
– Will there be Spoiler Alerts for Logan, Kong, or Horizon Zero Dawn in the future?
– Who do you think will play the lead female in Death Stranding?

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