The PowerSwitch – Grading the Bethesda E3 2017 Press Conference

Scott White from Dashing Nerds joins the podcast as Bethesda takes the stage at E3 2017, our immediate late-night post-show grades, Doom and Fallout 4 VR, Skyrim on Switch gets an infusion of The Legend of Zelda, Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, and more

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The PowerSwitch – The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild SPOILERcast

A spoiler-filled discussion of all things regarding The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, including completion progress metrics, how players solved the plateau’s big puzzle, what players did with their first Spirit Orb, the order of dungeon completion, when players collected the Master Sword, the Captured Memories quest, and the endgame

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The PowerSwitch – April Fool’s Day in Gaming – Episode 19

The decline of April Fool’s Day in 2017, the top five best jokes in the gaming world to come from April Fool’s Day, catching up with the latest indie games on Nintendo Switch, LEGO City Undercover, Attack on Titan video games, and Peter’s top five favorite games of all time

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The PowerSwitch – Playing on Easier Difficulties with Jeremy Baker – Episode 18

Jeremy Baker (GameBuddy) from Sonic Paradox and voice acting projects across the internet and games, playing games on easier difficulties, spending more time with Nintendo Switch, playing games with a disability, the pros and cons of difficulty modes in different games, and Jeremy’s favorite games

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The PowerSwitch – A Failure to Communicate in Games Media – Episode 16

Conflicts reach the game industry which highlight how poorly we communicate with those we disagree with, Colin Moriarty leaves Kinda Funny, Zelda fans can’t handle Jim Sterling’s 7/10 review of Breath of the Wild, JonTron sides with alt-right perspectives on Twitter, whether or not some classic games are untouchable, the mob mentality of hating certain game franchises, attaching self-esteem to one’s favorite games, taking criticism as a personal attack, and how the Kinda Funny community has changed – on location from the Atlanta, Georgia

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The PowerSwitch – The Best Zelda Game of All Time – Episode 15

First-week impressions of the Nintendo Switch and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, if it’s possible to call Breath of the Wild the best game in The Legend of Zelda series, Breath of the Wild’s few flaws, where Zelda goes from here, what Breath of the Wild’s DLC story may include, what it’s like to beat Breath of the Wild, and Peter’s personal history with The Legend of Zelda

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The PowerSwitch – Xbox and the Netflix for Games – Episode 14

Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass subscription service shows a new commitment to a game distribution model with potentially huge industry ramifications, over sixty indie games announced during the Nintendo Switch Indie Showcase, new virtual reality pricing models show further competitiveness between HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, and Nintendo Switch is taking up the mantle of the PlayStation Vita

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The PowerSwitch – Countdown to Switch with Alex O’Neill – Episode 13

Alex O’Neill from Irrational Passions joins the show as its inaugural guest co-host to discuss the adventures of podcasting about games, the hype that is building with less than a week until the Nintendo Switch launch, the next move that the Xbox brand must make, what makes the ‘Tales of’ series so good, and the games he has been playing recently

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The PowerSwitch – The Battle of Horizon vs. Zelda – Episode 12

Horizon Zero Dawn vs. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in a battle for the attention of players who wish to avoid genre burnout, Sony’s exclusive advantage at the start of a historic 2017, a Switch-like patent appears from Sony, the Nintendo Switch user interface leaks from a stolen system, managing digital game file sizes, playing games in the same franchise vs. in the same genre, Johto adventures with Pokémon GO, and Peter has been playing Gears of War 4 – on location from San Antonio, Texas

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