Throwdown Your Questions Ep. 125

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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:

– Will brand-new PS4 games be available on PlayStation Now when they release?
– Does the Nintendo Switch require more accessories than any other console?
– Are the Nintendo Switch cartridges the reason games for it are so expensive?
– Why do “metascores” matter so much in the gaming industry?
– What kind of hardware will be inside of the PlayStation 5 if it drops in 2019?
– Who would you like to see produce a new entry in a long-forgotten franchise?
– What resurrected old franchise would make you buy a console on day one?
– Will Throwdown or The Koalition put together any community events?
– What is your favorite movie of all time?
– What is your favorite holiday?
– Have you bought a game just to be part of the conversation?
– Would you become a fanboy if Sony, Nintendo, or Microsoft paid you?
– Which is better: long game w no replay value or short game w a lot of replay?
– Why is Guerrilla Game saying Horizon Zero Dawn didn’t max out the PS4?
– Is The Rock making a mistake by not being in a Marvel Studios film?
– Did Kevin Conroy & Mark Hamill do a lazy job on The Killing Joke?
– Has Emilio ever/would ever like to work with LeSean Thomas?
– Do you prefer playing retro games emulated or on the original system?
– Would does Adam avoid Horizon when Titanfall 2 had dinosaurs in it?
– Will we ever see PS1 games on the PS4 store?

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