From Us to You! Returns in Our New Video Series and Flagship Podcast

From Us to You! Returns in Our New Video Series and Flagship Podcast

Kat, Nadia, Bob, and Mike team up to discuss Battleborn, Pocket Card Jockey, and The Legend of Zelda Wii U in the return of From Us to You.

Here's something we've learned over the past year or so: It's pretty hard to keep two full podcasts going when you only have six regular writers on your staff (no disrespect to Bill and Larryn, who are doing a phenomenal job with our guides section). So we're trying something a little different.

Yesterday, Mike, Nadia, Bob, and I got together over Skype to record what the first in what we hope will be a revival of From Us to You. The four of us will host on a rotating basis, with the three who aren't hosting picking a topic to discuss. Since this is a video show, we're keeping this to about 30 minutes for the time being. We may also stream it live in the future.

Oh, and for those of you who miss the original podcast, we pulled the audio and uploaded it to the old feed. Enjoy!

Obviously, this show is a work in progress. In the weeks ahead, we'll be ironing out the technical kinks, getting more ambitious with our editing, and plugging in some nicer overlays. Think of this as a proof of concept. As for the show topics, we run the gamut as usual, from mainstream games like the newly-released Battleborn to the quirky Pocket Card Jockey (guess which game Nadia picked). Going forward, we'll have plenty more obscure games to talk about, and some not-so-obscure games as well.

So now it's your turn: Do you like the show? Do you have feedback? Do you want us to do a livestream? We'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments. Otherwise, enjoy, and we'll be back next week with another episode of USgamer Hangout.

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Kat Bailey

Editor in Chief

Kat Bailey is a former freelance writer and contributor to publications including 1UP, IGN, GameSpot, GamesRadar, and EGM. Her fondest memories as a journalist are at GamePro, where she hosted RolePlayer's Realm and had legal access to the term "Protip." She is USgamer's resident mecha enthusiast, Pokemon Master, and Minnesota Vikings nut (skol).

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