Max Level: A Video Game Podcast

Jason Mraz or Nothing

February 24, 2020

Episode #136 of the Max Level Podcast. On today's show, the crew discusses The Suicide of Rachel Foster and the Bleeding Edge Beta. From there, video games have been doing quite well in other mediums such as TV Series and Movies in The Witcher and Sonic the Hedgehog respectively. We'll discuss why we think this is and have a fun discussion centered on it later in the show. Plus the games we've spent the most amount of money on, the Animal Crossing Nintendo Direct finally happened, everyone is getting sick around the Level Down Games offices, has Sean ever played a Rune Factory game?, Coronavirus and sickness are still running rampant, and Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous on Kickstarter.

Timestamps and Segments for today’s episode include:

00:01:00 - Animal Crossing Direct Happened!
00:05:28 - Introductions
00:07:37 - The Suicide of Rachel Foster
00:19:24 - Bleeding Edge Beta
00:29:32 - BGMania Preview
00:31:14 - Game Challenge
00:35:31 - Quick Time Event
00:40:26 - Seven Day Forecast (Week of 2/24/20)
00:53:36 - Game IPs Have Been Doing Well in Other Mediums Lately
01:23:12 - Kickstart My Heart (Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous)
01:32:47 - Final Words
01:34:38 - Outro

Plus a whole lot more on Max Level! Please be sure to leave a like, share and subscribe on YouTube, as well as a rating and review on Apple Podcasts!


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