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VGCC Episode 377: A Scary Amount Of News

Updated about 1 year ago.

It's the spookiest time of year and Scott and Elvie are here to talk about the games they've been playing. Scott's been playing Inscryption, Back 4 Blood, and The Good Life while Elvie's been playing Haven Park, Detention, Ashwalkers, and The Longest Road on Earth.

It's one of the biggest weeks of news in a while as WB announced a Smash Brothers clone called Multiversus, Sony had a Star Ocean full of news drop during their State of Play, Among Us is adding new roles in the next content update, and in sadder news, PAX South is coming to an end and apparently Pokimane owns EVO. Oh, you thought I was done? Amazon's New World is a complete mess, Blizzard officially changed McCree's name, Blizzcon was cancelled, and Bobby Kotick took a pay cut in a failed attempt at good PR. Far Cry 6 is marketing itself horribly, Resident Evil had a big week, the Wu-Tang clan are making an RPG and Shoji Meguro is leaving ATLUS to make his own game. Speaking of new games, A Quiet Place is getting a game tie-in from iLLOGIKA, Digimon Survive is now coming in 20222 and ConcernedApe has the Haunted Chocolatier in the works. We're also getting a new third party DLC character in Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night and Melty Blood: Type Lumina's DLC Rollout is starting this winter.

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