Game Junk Podcast Episode #29: Uncharted 4 and Severed


0:00 – Intro
7:00 – E3 2016 Discussion
1:36:15 – Top 5: Best Announcements / Games of E3
1:39:05 – Review: Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
2:14:15 – Spoiler Discussion: Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
2:34:15 – Review / Interview: Severed
3:32:25 – Other Games We Played: Inside, Doom, Life is Strange, Oxenfree, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan, Superhot, Pony Island, The Jackbox Party Pack, The Witness, Trials of the Blood Dragon, Overwatch
3:54:45 – Junk Mail: Fuck / Marry / Kill Various Games and Consoles
3:59:10 – Upcoming Releases / Outro

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  • Lori Cerny

    Awesome ‘cast, as always. Thank you!

  • virginiartaylor


  • Colin

    Frank, you may want to look into getting a grip for your Vita… I’m assuming you have the 1000 still, so this would be my recommendation:

    Really gives the Vita that controller feel and makes using the analog sticks much more natural.

    If you’re thinking you’ll also need a case, this one from Amazon fits the system with grip perfectly and also has enough storage for game cards and the proprietary charging cable:

  • Melaniemschmitt3


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  • iammattz

    Thanks guys. Was wondering if Huckcity (who I seem to recall is the resident RPG guy?) would have gotten around to that Odin Sphere remake that people are apparently loving – any plans to check it out? I have to say that the art style has put me off of it but the good reviews have me very curious.

  • Colin

    I was going to send in an email for Jay, but he ended up not being on the show so it wouldn’t have mattered… that said, maybe he can weigh in here?

    I believe that he has a PS3 and I know that he enjoys reading and time travel (but dislikes animation/anime) so I was wondering if Steins;Gate ever entered his radar. It’s a visual novel for PS3and Vita that has a unique time travel plot – more akin to Primer than Back to the Future – and actually involves John Titor as part of the story. It’s light on gameplay, which may or may not be a good thing for Jay… and he’d have to get past the Japenese-ness of the thing, but once that was accepted I think he might find it interesting.

  • Frankie Knuckles

    I bought it and played it for 15 minutes and loved what I played. Haven’t had 20 mins to spare to play any more since then.

  • HuckCity

    I’ll probably check it out when it hits the old Library. I played most of the original PS2 game