Analog Assault - A Video Game Podcast

10: Eviscerating Visceral Games, Keyboard & Mouse on Console

October 22, 2017

Analog Assault Episode 10: Eviscerating Visceral Games, Keyboard & Mouse on Console

Recorded on Thursday, October 19, 2017.


October is still going strong this week as we talk a bit about Wolfenstein II, releasing Oct 27th. We also took a quick Twitter poll to gauge excitement for various activities as Oct 27 is going to be a busy day!


Keyboard and mouse support is headed to the Xbox One, and one manufacturer is already selling Xbox-compatible hardware. We dive into our thoughts regarding KBM users in a console environment.


Visceral games, formerly of Dead Space fame, was responsible for producing a mysterious new release in EA’s Star Wars line-up. With Amy Hennig (Uncharted) leading the team, a very promising game was to be in store. Now, Visceral is closing their doors and the game is going through some major changes, including the development team. We discuss EA’s response to the bold move and share some of our thoughts on what this means for the Star Wars title.


Your submissions for Shots Fired get us just hot and bothered about microtransactions, the shortcomings of Destiny 2, Halloween and horror games, and Cuphead.


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Music used:

Neuro Rhythm by Aaron Spencer

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