Third Player Games Podcast is hosted by Jeffers, Amy and Josh. Starting today, Into The Spine will be sharing all future episodes from this lovely group. As for the site, we will be doing some random appareances during the show, often as yet another source or topic for them to discuss about. This time is about Dylan’s piece on 8 Great Protagonists that Aren’t One-Dimensional Killing Machines.
If this is your first time listening to us, let us introduce ourselves. We are three close friends who can’t help but get a little goofy at times. In a rare occurrence, all three of us completed a game this week and each of those games are worth recommending.
Surprisingly, a game is coming out sooner than previously expected and, unsurprisingly, another video game is being turned into a film (this one will probably be great, right?… right?). Get ready to beat Jeffers and Amy at ‘What’s That Video Game?’, because they can’t win to save their lives (have you thought about writing in to tell us to stop playing this yet, by the way?).
Also, stay tuned for a special segment about some video game protagonists that are near and dear to many of our hearts.
2:14 – What have we been playing?
18:46 – News
38:04 – “What’s That Video Game?”
49:14 – Into The Spine article discussion
Below is the contact info if you want to reach out to the team:
Twitch Account: https://www.twitch.tv/thirdplayergames
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/thirdplayergames
Amy – @AvaAdore23
Josh – @o_himark
Jeffers – @hailejeffers
News & Links
The Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is Arriving Early (June 29th) — nearly two weeks early
Monster Hunter Film to be made with 60 mil budget starring Mila Jovovich, directed by Paul W.S. Anderson
Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate – Announcement Trailer – Releasing 8/28
Virtual Console Is Not Coming To Switch, Nintendo Says
Nintendo Switch Online Service Details
70 more episodes of Rick and Morty have been ordered by Adult Swim
Brooklyn 99 Comes Home for its 6th and final season to NBC
8 Great Protagonists that Aren’t One-Dimensional Killing Machines, by Dylan Bishop