Mission 3 Podcast #26: Do You Buy Sports Games Annually?

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Play Legit Proudly Presents: The Mission 3 Podcast!
THESE OPERATIVES HAVE ONLY 10 MINUTES PER MISSION! CAN THEY GET IT DONE?

Tonight’s Hot Topics:

1. Koerri’s Chi-Town Comic Con Experience. 

2. Used Game Stories

3. Do you Annually Buy Sports Titles?

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Mission 3 Replay: Gaming’s Best Trilogies

Play Legit Proudly Presents: The Mission 3 Podcast Live!

THESE OPERATIVES HAVE ONLY 10 MINUTES PER MISSION! CAN THEY GET IT DONE?

Tonight’s Hot Topics:

Mission 1: EA @ Gamescom

We break down EA’s presence at the event. Anything new revealed?

Mission 2: Best Trilogies Ever!

The Community lends us their energy! We read your responses while giving our own favorites.

Mission 3: Microsoft @ Gamescom

Cuphead!

https://soundcloud.com/playlegit/mission-3-podcast-25-gamings-best-trilogies

 

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Our Favorite Video Game Publications From The Past

PL Agent, The Mission has Started:

Will you accept?

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1. AR or VR Gaming?

2. Favorite Video Game Characters

3. Favorite Publications of The Pasts

New Series “Mission 3” features Three Participants and Three Goals. Can Koerri, KJ, and Haggy complete the mission?

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Battlezone [PSVR] Review: No Tanks

Real Talk By: Zombie Zac

My first time playing this reboot from Rebellion was on the sampler disc that comes with the PSVR. Yes, something as ‘futuristic’ as VR comes with a demo disc. While I had limited knowledge of the original Battlezone, I had zero nostalgia or expectations heading in. Battlezone makes a strong first impression, and proposes a style of game in VR that works well; It is like a slow first person shooter, broken up into bite-sized levels, with limited mobility so you don’t immediately puke. You sit inside a massive tank, and it really does convey the size well in VR. You can look around at all the switches and screens and really feel like you’re there. The first time you gain control over your tank and you roll out onto the surface of some alien planet, it’s a convincing moment. Unfortunately, the potential the world suggests never fully materializes. Continue reading “Battlezone [PSVR] Review: No Tanks”