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Welcome, welcome to another episode of The USgamer Podcast, where Kat, Caty, Nadia, and Mike talk all the latest in gaming! (download link here).
August is somehow already over, and it's been a wild ride. Perhaps the most wild revelation of all this month is the fact that a Mario and Rabbids crossover strategy game is actually good. Like, really good. At least according to Mike.
On this week's episode of The USgamer Podcast, we talk the surprising joys of Netflix's Death Note adaptation (well, Caty does—though Mike does make a spot on Heathers comparison), Mike's Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle review, Absolver, the cringe-worthy graphics of Secret of Mana's remake, and finally we ask the question on everyone's minds. Do we even really need a Half-Life 3?
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Kat, Mike, Nadia, and Caty get together to talk about the hottest movie going: Death Note! (3:50) Then they review Mario + Rabbids (12:00) and Absolver (41:15) before yielding to floor to Nadia so she can rant about the Secret of Mana remake's graphics (41:15). Finally, they pay their respects to Half-Life 3 while wondering what might have been in the wake of last week's blog entry. (01:00:00)
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