In this week’s episode of The Game Informer Show, the crew discusses the three pillars of Call Of Duty: Vanguard: multiplayer, zombies, and, unfortunately, a lackluster campaign. In a positive turn, we share our Forza Horizon 5 review impressions and talk about how the series continues to shine. Wesley and Jill join the Alexes to discuss the news of Uncharted’s former Creative Director, Amy Hennig, working on a narrative-driven game in the Marvel universe.
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Check out the timestamps below to jump to a particular point in the discussion:
00:00:00 – Introduction
00:03:36 – Amy Hennig’s New Marvel Game
00:24:37 – Call of Duty: Vanguard
00:46:28 – Forza Horizon 5
01:02:57 – Special Announcement
01:07:07 – Shin Megami Tensei V Review Impressions
01:32:57 – Riders Republic
01:49:35 – Housekeeping
01:53:45 – Listener Emails
Amy Hennig Is Working On A Narrative-Driven Action-Adventure Marvel Game With Skydance Media
Topic of the Show:
Call Of Duty: Vanguard is finally here, but is it just more of the same? Or does the first-person shooter stand out amidst its end-of-year competition? Dan Tack and Alex Stadnik break down the shortcomings of the game’s single-player campaign while praising its multiplayer offerings.
Check out our Call of Duty: Vanguard review here.
Racing games and role-playing games dominate our conversations this week! Brian Shea joins the podcast to share why Forza Horizon V is his favorite racing game ever made, Kimberly Wallace talks about the highs and lows of Shin Megami Tensei V, and Blake Hester details why Riders Republic fails to properly understand the culture its trying to imitate (those downhill races are great, though.)
Check out our Forza Horizon 5 review here.
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