PlayStation Blogcast 203: Carry on my Wayward Sky

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PlayStation Blogcast 203: Carry on my Wayward Sky

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In the wake of massive Final Fantasy XV news this week, Nick and Ryan record an intimate show with all the fixings: new releases, news you can use, 16 inch Iron Giant statues, and so much more. Special thanks to the minds behind Severed on PS Vita and Wayward Sky on PS VR for the incredible interviews featured on today’s program. So sit back, relax, and enjoy your sonic flight through the internet.

Stuff We Talked About

  • Severed on PS Vita
  • Wayward Sky on PS VR
  • Final Fantasy XV
  • Dead Star
  • Enter the Gungeon
  • Favorite PS Vita games
  • Sid as a human Hot Shots Golf character
  • Iron Giant
  • Daredevil
  • Kissin’

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  • What happened to the voting feature for PS Plus?

  • Wow I can’t believe Mega Man Legends 2 is finally coming out on PSN. Thanks to whoever made this happen. I’m right there with you Ryan I jumped on the cars and just stood there while they drove around as well. Both of those Legends games were some of my favorite games as a child. Wish a third game would happen. Great show guys!

  • What is the mystery game?

  • Another crap update

  • The Hugo Award-winning book that Chris (Harvey?) from Drinkbox Studios mentioned is The Three-book Problem, by Cixin Liu.

    The “three-body problem” is a reference to how the math gets really hard when you are trying to project orbits of three objects in space. With two objects, the math is straightforward. The third planet/moon makes exact calculations almost impossible – it’s easier to calculate it as two bodies and fussing the numbers account for the gravity of the third object. Flying to and from the moon is sort of done with guesswork. Yikes!

    I haven’t read the book yet, but I suspect it might be a triple-homicide in an astronomy department… :-) (Hugo Awards are given to sci-fi novels, so this is definitely incorrect.)

  • madmanwithabox12

    Finally some Vita talk on the PlayStation Blog! Oh… it was like 2 minutes near the end… =[

    Severed! looks incredible though. Can’t wait.

    As for reccommended Vita titles… where to begin? Danganronpa 1, 2 & Another Episode, Persona 4 Golden & Dancing All Night, Killzone Mercenary, Hotline Miami 1 & 2, Trails of Cold Steel, Rogue Legacy, Shovel Knight, Velocity 2X, Guacamelee!, LittleBigPlanet PS Vita, Gravity Rush, Tearaway, Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Luftrausers, Injustice, Mortal Kombat, MGS HD Collection, Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, Murasaki Baby, Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster, Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD, Freedom Wars, Rayman Origins/Legends, Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate, Dragon’s Crown, Child of Light, Bastion… there’s a tonne.

    • Soul Sacrifice/ Delta, Unit 13, Rainbow Moon, Muramasa, Hot Shots Golf, WRC4, Demon Gaze, Y’s MoC, Dead Nation, Need for Speed, and Plants vs Zombies.

      Looking forward to Odin Sphere, Rainbow Skies, Y’s VIII, Godeater Rage Burst/Resurrection, Demon Gaze 2, Lego Star Wars TFA, and World of Final Fantasy.

  • I’ll throw in some more vita recommendations as well:

    Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward
    Dead or Alive 5+
    BlazBlue Chronophantasma Extend
    Hatsune Miku Project Diva f / f2nd
    SuperBeat Xonic
    Toukiden Age of Demons / Toukiden Kiwami
    Sound Shapes
    Wipeout 2048

  • nick’s favorite movie changes daily, I remember when shawshank was #1. I would be vaguely forgiving if American Beauty was in his top 5 but nope, #5-#2 are hipster movies you have never heard of and number one is either an awful movie or a decent movie but still embarrassed to hear some thinks it is best movie ever… seriously nick, develop taste of you own, even if if you have to turn in your hipster beard and attitude.

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