Welcome to the 250th episode of Throwdown Your Questions! On this episode, we answer any and all questions.
Here are all of the questions we answer this week:
– Will we see more mech games like Daemon X Machina?
– What are your favorite fighting games?
– What are your favorite Gundams?
– Which is your favorite “weeb” anime?
– What is the best way to contact a developer?
– Is Cyberpunk 2077 more an FPS than an RPG?
– How do you tackle your backlog?
– If you lost a hand, would you continue gaming?
– How can you find out if a game company will get bought?
– Can developers keep servers going if fans demand it?
– What interesting thing did you discover through a game?
– Did you ever utterly outclass an opponent in a fighter?
– Why can’t we get a good adaptation of Dark Phoenix?
– What do you think of the latest trailer for Joker?
– Have you ever experienced anything “paranormal”?
– What are your thoughts on “reality” and our world?
– What excuses have you heard to justify a bad film/game?
– Which movies should have been stand-alone?
– What studio would you join and what game would you make?
– What is your dream car?
– Which was your first manga?
– What was the best concert you attended?
– What are your preferences for a partner?
– Which is your favorite album of all time?
– Where would you live other than your hometown?
– Which member of the panel resembles you the most?
– Are any of you playing Remnant: From the Ashes?
– Does Ray Tracing intrigue you as a next-gen feature?
– Will we now see more quality Xbox titles?
– What are your favorite movies?
– Who would you cast in an all-black Three Stooges?
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