WCTV Podcast #5: Diablo II Resurrected, Altdeus, Record of Lodoss War, Say No! More

Robert and myself are back again for another episode of the WindyCornerTV Podcast, where we talk all things gaming, recent releases, gaming news and an overview of the games we’ve played and reviewed. In this episode we have an in-depth discussion of the recent Diablo II Resurrected Technical Alpha, the VR visual novel Altdeus: Beyond Chronos, Robert’s experience with Record of Lodoss War, and the comedic NPG (no-playing game), Say No! More.

Watch/listen here, and be sure to check out the channel for more:

FYI, the car is a Lamborghini Diablo. Sadly not a playable class in Diablo II Resurrected.

Are you keen for Diablo II Resurrected, or have you tried out any of the other games we discussed? Leave a comment or reach out on our socials and let me know!

WCTV Podcast #4 – Hunting Season

Recently I’ve been invited to appear on WindyCornerTV’s channel to help record a podcast! Earlier this year we recorded and episode for the 10th anniversary of the Nintendo 3DS, and decided to make the podcast a regular thing!

In each episode we’ll discuss recent releases, games we played and reviewed over the last couple of weeks, and interesting topics from the games industry around the world. In this episode we discuss the biggest release of the last month: Monster Hunter Rise! Robert also dives into his experience with Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 on the PlayStation 5, we chat about the recent VR version of DOOM 3 for the PSVR, and I discuss my time at the Hamburg Games Conference and recent review of Everhood on Nintendo Switch.

You can watch the podcast here:

Stay tuned for future episodes and be sure to check out WindyCornerTV’s channel!
In the next episode I’ll be talking about my weekend playing the Diablo II: Resurrected technical alpha.

Nintendo 3DS 10th Anniversary Podcast

On February 26th 2011 in Japan, Nintendo launched its latest handheld gaming console featuring dual screens and glasses-free 3D: the Nintendo 3DS. Selling over 75 million units across six different models, and amassing a library of hundreds of games, the console was a massive success. Ten years later the console now sits in the shadow of the Nintendo Switch, but many of us have fond memories of playing our 3DS – in fact I started up a club at my university dedicated to it!

To celebrate the 10th birthday, WindyCornerTV has created a podcast episode and asked me to join, in which we discuss the different models of the console, our initial hype, some of its best games and the hidden gems and valuable games to be found in the library.

So what are some of your favourite memories of the 3DS?
Leave a comment below, on the YouTube video, or reach out to me on social media.