The USgamer Podcast: Nadia's Adventures in Japan

The USgamer Podcast: Nadia's Adventures in Japan

PODCAST | The crew reunites to discuss all of this week's biggest gaming news.

The USgamer Podcast is our weekly flagship podcast that is updated every Wednesday. You can find the previous episodes here.

Nadia is back from Japan, Kingdom Hearts 3 might (might) actually be coming out this year, and annualized games may be on the way out. It's all in the latest episode of USgamer's flagship podcast (download link here!)!

Nadia was out all last week for an event in Japan, but she's back now to discuss her adventures and (some) of what she saw. Hard as it is to believe, Nadia's never actually been to Japan, so she has plenty of thoughts! We have all that and more as the crew talk about a potential Five Nights at Freddy's movie, the success of Splatoon 2 in Japan, and more.

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Show Description

Nadia returns to the crew to talk about her adventures in Japan [26:13] and the pending Five Night at Freddy's Movie [12:16], while Caty discusses whether Kingdom Hearts 3 will make it to 2018 [18:13] and Mike ponders whether we've reached the end of annual releases [44:37]. Plus: Bayonetta on Switch! [35:44]

Music for The USgamer Podcast is provided courtesy of Slime Girls. Make sure to check out their full album Don't Forget here!

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