USgamer's "From US To You!" Podcast Kept You Waiting, Huh?

USgamer's "From US To You!" Podcast Kept You Waiting, Huh?

The team returns to action at long last to waffle a bit about the past week's biggest games.

What's five months between friends, right?

After going so long without a new episode of our staff podcast, From US To You!, we wanted to make this return to the series something special. Naturally, we blew it. Well, I blew it. Some kind of technical error wiped out an entire 30-minute segment of the show, one which a subsequent conversation hung on. So this episode is shorter, less complete, and less coherent than we would have hoped. As triumphant entrances go, it's a bit like flinging open the doors to the church to dramatically object to a wedding only to have those doors bounce back on their hinges and smash into your face, breaking your nose.

From US To You: The only gaming podcast that will break your nose in church.

If you can bear with the awkwardness of losing the entire opening conversation, you might find a decent show in here regardless. Was it worth the five-month wait? Probably not! But those five months are in the past, and here and now you have an hour of video game conversations with which to fill your ear meat. And really, isn't that what it's all about?

You can download the full episode directly from this link via Libsyn. We're also on iTunes and SoundCloud.

Show description:

It's the almost triumphant return of From US To You! Kat discusses her Battlefront ambivalence while Bob does likewise for Fallout 4. Also featuring an imaginary segment with Mike! What a mess! Hooray! [Note: You can check out the feature Mike discussed right here!]

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