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The Gaming Outsider

The Gaming Outsider Podcast is a show dedicated to video gaming of all kinds with a focus on the community. Here at The GO, we don't subscribe to just one platform, and we realize that we don't have the ability to play every game that's out there. Our goal is to discuss ours and our listener's perspectives on current and former games that we have played while keeping a positive environment.
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Oct 4, 2017

This week on the show, it's just the three core hosts as we answer questions from the community. Are achievements really important? What developers would we like to see tackle other franchises? What games are good for child development? We answer those and more!

News this week includes our thoughts on the Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer, the hacking of the SNES Classic Edition and Andrew House leaving Sony.

Games we played this week include the SNES Classic Edition, Maize, Steamworld Dig 2, Cuphead, Hob and Bloody Zombies.

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Thanks and enjoy the show!

Discussed on this episode of The Gaming Outsider Podcast:

(0:00 – 10:07) Welcome/Introduction

(10:08 – 25:34) News/Trailers (combat-free "Assassin's Creed: Origins", SNES Classic stock, Super Mario Run DLC)

(25:35 – 35:49) What has Zach been playing? ("Cuphead")

(35:50 – 55:16) What has Josh been playing? ("Hob" and
SNES Classic Edition")

(55:17 – 1:29:59) What has Scott been playing? ("Maize" and "Steamworld Dig 2")

(1:03:00 – 1:11:03) "Bloody Zombies" review

(1:11:04 – 1:56:17) "From the Outside In" Topic: Toxicity in Gaming Culture

(1:56:18 – 1:59:18) Closing

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