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Weekend Confirmed 133 - Resident Evil 6, Tokyo Jungle, Borderlands 2

by Jeff Mattas, Oct 05, 2012 11:00am PDT

On this week's episode of Weekend Confirmed, host Garnett Lee is joined by Jeff Cannata and Nikole Zivalich to dissect new games like Resident Evil 6, the animal-laden Tokyo Jungle, Pokemon Black 2, and to chat a bit more about the loot-filled Borderlands 2. Finishing Moves wraps things up, followed by the post-show NFL TailGate.

Weekend Confirmed Ep. 133: 10/05/2012

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    Show Breakdown:

    Round 1 00:00:30 – 00:28:16

    Whatcha Been Playing Part 1 00:28:51 – 00:59:11

    Whatcha Been Playing Part 2 01:00:42 – 01:28:12

    Listener Feedback/Front Page News 01:29:02 – 02:05:15

    TailGate 02:05:57 – 02:18:16

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Comments

  • I am sick of arrows pointing me where to go. I've only played the demo of RE6 but I already can't stand it. There is a door icon pointing you in the direction you're supposed to be going at all times and if that isn't clear enough, you can hold down a trigger and follow a magical arrow. Looking at a map, figuring out where you were and where you were supposed to go, wasn't just a thing you had to do to get to the gameplay IT WAS PART of the gameplay. You had to use your brain and engage in figuring out the space you were in. You could get lost, you could get stuck, and exploration meant something. I have no reason to take in the details of the environment which surrounds me when I know for a fact I just need to follow the big magic arrow. It might as well just be a long straight corridor like Final Fantasy XIII.