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Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to another Monday and another episode of The Downpour Podcast!
This week, join Jonathan, Jared and Randy for a discussion centered on the visuals of video games and anime. For most of the ninety minutes you’ll be listening, the hosts tackle everything from gaming’s humble beginnings to the era of high-definition. What are some of the games of the past, present and future that they consider eye candy? How do they feel about remakes and de-makes? Do they prefer hyper-realistic graphics or something cut from a different cloth? All these questions and more shall be answered.
Before all that, though, the show starts with a little old-school Final Fantasy talk sparked by the recent release of Final Fantasy VII on Steam. Who among the three has already purchased the game? And speaking of graphics, how do we feel about Final Fantasy VII being remade in high definition? What anime do Jared and Randy consider eye candy? All your burning questions will be answered—and all of Jonathan’s words will be eaten—in this high-pressure, high-definition episode.
Be sure to tune in next week, when the discussion becomes focused on gameplay. And after that, during the week of July 29th, you’ll hear all about the hosts’ favorite games of all time. July just got a little more awesome.
Stay tuned for our live broadcast of Episode 26 this Thursday at 5:30 PM PDT/8:30 PM EDT/12:00 AM UTC.
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