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GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 150: Dark Souls 3 and Mirror's Edge Catalyst Demo

For episode 150 we turn to the final entry in the Souls series, at least until it's rebooted. We delve into major Dark Souls 3 spoilers around the 17 minute mark, so you have been warned. Also, brief chitchat about Mirror's Edge Catalyst demo, Salt & Sanctuary, and making fun of the WiiU. Featuring Richard Naik, Brad Gallaway, Mike Suskie, and Ashley King.

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Hitman: World of Tomorrow Review

A perfect murder

Hitman: World of Tomorrow Review Screenshot

HIGH Feels like a love letter to fans

LOW Save restrictions in secondary game modes

WTF NPCs still referencing a target and not reacting much after he's been killed

Return to Popolocrois: A Story of Seasons Fairytale Review

Gardening by magic

Return to Popolocrois Review Screenshot

HIGH Farming and crafting for days

LOW Repeating the same processes for story progression

WTF How do these teenagers and children keep saving the world?

Valkyria Chronicles Remastered Review

War Like None Other

Valkyria Chronicles Remastered Review Screenshot

HIGH A perfect port of one of the PS3's best games

LOW Not much to entice people who already own the PS3 or PC versions

WTF Love can bloom on the battlefield, but can war be adorable? Spoiler: Yes, it can.

NightCry Review

Schlock Tower

NightCry Review Screenshot

HIGH The "Beer Bar."

LOW Finally getting a sequence right, only to have the game crash.

WTF The hero saying point-blank that he doesn't have anything important to post on Twitter.

Severed Review

A dull blade

Severed Review Screenshot

HIGH The art is elegantly amazing.

LOW It runs out of steam way too fast.

WTF Why are there so many locked doors?

Joe Dever's Lone Wolf: Console Edition Review

Sommerlund Vacation

Joe Dever's Lone Wolf: Console Edition Review Screenshot

HIGH Figuring out the combat nuances and wiping out mobs.

LOW Hitting an impassable wall of difficulty after eight hours on Normal.

WTF Where are you when attacked during meditation??

Enter The Gungeon Review

And don't stop dodge-rolling once you enter.

Enter the Gungeon Review Screenshot

HIGH Clearing an entire floor without taking a hit is incredibly satisfying.

LOW The randomness can make some playthroughs impossible to complete.

WTF Pop culture references, like the Nintendo zapper from Duck Hunt.

Senran Kagura: Estival Versus Review

Beach of the Dead

Senran Kagura: Estival Versus Review Screenshot

HIGH Spending more time with a great cast of characters.

LOW Finding and breaking hidden platforms to unlock side stories.

WTF The amount of jiggle on that granny.

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 149: The Division and Batman v Superman

The gang returns after yet another long hiatus to deliver a showstopping discussion of Ubisoft's latest apology game in The Division, plus we also marvel at the sheer Division (give me a pun award please) among our panelists regarding the most recent Zack Snyder spectacular, Batman v Superman. The BvS segment featured *heavy* spoilers and starts around 1:12. Starring Tim Spaeth, Chi Kong Lui, Brad Gallaway, Dan Weissenberger, and Gene "The Media" Park.

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