From Us to You! Explores the Twisted Stories of Rimworld, Overwatch's Ana, and I Am Setsuna

From Us to You! Explores the Twisted Stories of Rimworld, Overwatch's Ana, and I Am Setsuna

Bob, Nadia and Mike assemble to discuss the interesting indie mix of Firefly and Dwarf Fortress, Blizzard's matriarchal sniper, and Square's attempt to capture Chrono Trigger nostalgia.

Kat's on assignment once again this week—and by "on assignment" I mean "not working for once"—leaving me in control of From Us to You! once again.

But don't worry; since I fear change just as much as you, we won't be deviating from our standard "one topic per guest" approach. Even if we're currently in what feels like the sleepiest week of Summer 2016—at least in terms of video games—your pals at USgamer still found enough subject matter to fill an entire episode. This week, Mike will be covering the new indie sorta-sensation Rimworld, I'll be discussing Ana, Overwatch's new sniper (who I wrote about in a recent article), and Nadia will be giving us her thoughts on I Am Setsuna, Square's new RPG engineered to tap directly into your Chrono Trigger nostalgia. Kat'll be back next week, so untl then, please enjoy responsibly!

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