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Conversations with Curtis Episode 5 August 27, 2021

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We’re coming up to the wire for the broadcast of the fifth episode of Conversations with Curtis, a look back on the legacy of one of the most unusual horror games ever made, Phantasmagoria 2: A Puzzle of Flesh. Hosted by the game’s lead actor, Paul Stetler, today’s guest is scheduled to be Ragna Sigrun, who played Therese in the game. Get your whip ready and enjoy the show.

If you’re interested in contributing to the series you can check out their Patreon.

Phantasmagoria 2: A Puzzle of Flesh is out now for the PC.

Metroid Dread – Trailer 2 August 27, 2021

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Nintendo has just posted the second major trailer for the newest Metroid game, Metroid Dread. There are no words. Just watch this.

Metroid Dread is coming October 8th, 2021 exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.

No More Heroes III Launch Trailer August 27, 2021

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It has finally arrived, the release date of No More Heroes III, a game I never believed would even be announced let alone see a release. Directed by Suda51, the game looks to explore the further exploits of Travis Touchdown, an Otaku who must battle his way through an alien invasion. Here’s the launch trailer:

Expect an unboxing to be coming.

No More Heroes III is out now exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.

Control – Sean Durrie Interview August 27, 2021

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We are two years past the release of the multiplatform sleeper hit Control and now the game’s developers, Remedy, have posted this video interview with someone who, for lack of a better word, might be considered the game’s “antagonist” but I’ll let you be your own judge of that.

Sit down, relax, and enjoy this interview with Sean Durrie, who played Dylan Faden in the game. Eagle eyed Remedy fans may also recognize him from Quantum Break as well.

Control: Ultimate Edition is out now for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

Pokemon TV Released on Nintendo Switch August 27, 2021

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The Pokémon Company has produced over twenty years of animated content for theaters and television. One of the coolest releases of the past few years was the Pokémon TV app, where you could watch a rotating list of this content completely free on your perspective smart device. Today, I’m happy to say that they have finally brought the service to the Nintendo Switch. Here’s the release trailer.

You can download Pokémon TV right now on the Nintendo eShop. The download is completely free.

Pokémon TV is out now for the Android, iOS, Apple TV, Amazon, and Nintendo Switch.