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VGCC Episode 403: Lawn Perverts

Updated 4 months ago.

John's off this week but Solon and Lorelai are still here to sit down and talk about all things video games. Lorelai's still playing Monster Hunter Rise, Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes, and of course some Final Fantasy XIV. That's when she hasn't been digging deep back into Rune Factory 5 now that it's out on PC and running like a dream rather than a glitchy frame rate dropping mess. Solon's been really enjoying his Tim Schaefer kick with Grim Fandango and then he get's 6 minutes to talk about the AI: The Somnium Files: nirvanA Initiative before he gets melted into goo.

In the news, Cyberconnect announced a sequel to Fuga: Melodies of Steel, Yu-Gi-Oh! Rush Duels are coming, and the boys are back with some looks at Yakuza 8. With the heat wave here, Steam is letting people know they should keep their Steam Deck's inside for maximum performance. Lebron James and Rick & Morty are coming to Multiversus, the Sony purchase of Bungie has finally been finalized, and in potential great news Blizzard Albany is unionizing.  Outside of that, the FaZe Clan lifestyle brand company who seems to employ a lot of crypto scammers are now a publicly traded company, and Square finally is showing off their NFT's by charging an extra $30 for digital versions of their action figures.

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