GI Show – Impressions For Paper Mario: The Origami King, Iron Man VR, And Hyper Scape
On this week’s episode of The Game Informer Show, we start to shake things up, but never forget that we still love you. We’re experiencing a bit of a lull between the releases of The Last of Us: Part II and Ghost of Tsushima, but that hasn’t stopped many of us from planning a bunch of interesting games. Need proof? How about Paper Mario: The Origami King, Hyper Scape, and Mortal Shell. If none of those catch your interest, be sure to stick around for community emails. So please join me, Dan Tack, Jeff Cork, Brian Shea, and Alex Stadnik for another wild and ever-entertaining episode!
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To jump to a particular point in the discussion, check out the time stamps below.
New Segment: GI Playlist: 3:22
What Brian’s Playing: 3:57
The Last of Us Part II: 4:05
Iron Man VR: 6:56
What Dan’s Playing: 12:09
Hyper Scape: 13:05
Mortal Shell: 20:14
What Ben’s Playing: 24:06
Paper Mario: The Origami King: 24:18
What Jeff’s Playing: 32:40
Call of Duty Warzone: 32:45
What Alex’s Playing: 36:11
Pokémon Sword & Shield: Isle of Armor DLC: 36:23
What the Golf: 37:11
What Dan’s Playing Part 2: 41:02
Diablo 1: 41:18
Artifact 2.0 Beta: 48:10
Community Emails: 51:13
New Segment: GI Recommends: 1:36:01
The GI Show podcast is a weekly recap of exciting releases, exclusive details on upcoming games, and in-depth interviews with developers. Watch or listen to a new episode every Thursday!
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