The USgamer Podcast: Nintendo Labo, Fable Rumors, Street Fighter V Arcade

The USgamer Podcast: Nintendo Labo, Fable Rumors, Street Fighter V Arcade

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Nintendo announces a "new interactive experience", rumors of a Fable revival abound, and Final Fantasy XV just won't die. It's all in the latest episode of our flagship podcast download link here)!

Caty, Mike, and Nadia have a surprising amount to discuss in this week's episode. There's obviously the Nintendo Labo, which was announced earlier today, but also reports of Playground Games working on a Fable revival. And, of course, Street Fighter V Arcade is out this week, too! It's only January, but the gaming hot stove is already heating up!

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Show Description

Mike, Caty, and Nadia gather to discuss Night in the Woods on the Switch [6:01]; Fable revival rumors [11:20]; NBA Jam's possible return [19:51], and Final Fantasy XV on PC [24:02]. Then the crew speculate over the Nintendo Labo reveal [01:05:17] while discussing Street Fighter V Arcade [40:11]; remakes versus new games, and more.

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