Animal Crossing New Horizons DLC And What We Want From Gotham Knights | GI Show
On this week's episode of The Game Informer Show, our latest hire, Wesley LeBlanc, joins the crew to discuss the announcement of Animal Crossing: New Horizon's upcoming Happy Home Paradise paid DLC, House of Ashes review impressions, as well as game announcements from the recent DC Fandome event. Specifically, we talk about what we want from Gotham Knights and Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League.
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Check out the timestamps below to jump to a particular point in the discussion:
00:00:00 – Introduction
00:02:41 – Wesley LeBlanc Intro
00:10:33 – Animal Crossing DLC News
00:23:36 – Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League
00:40:55 – Gotham Knights
00:50:37 – Sora In Smash Bros. Ultimate
01:01:54 – Pokémon Unite
01:03:17 – Dead By Daylight
01:04:14 – Tetris Effect: Connected
01:07:30 – House of Ashes Review Impressions
01:23:33 – Housekeeping
01:29:22 – Listener Questions
Topic Of The Show:
This past weekend's DC FanDome virtual event showcased several trailers in the DC Comics video game universe. First, WB Montreal debuted a new story trailer for Gotham Knights that showed Penguin warning Nightwing of a secret society called The Court of Owls that runs the city of Gotham in secrecy. Next, the fan-loved game studio Rocksteady revealed a trailer for their upcoming game, Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League. For this week's Topic Of The Show, the Game Informer crew discusses all of these announcements and shares what they want from these upcoming superhero games.
The Halloween season is in full effect so Marcus shares his House of Ashes review impressions and talks about why the game is more of an action thriller than it is a horror game. Stadnik and Wesley discuss how it feels to finally be playing Sora in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and Van Aken is loving Tetris Effect Connected on his new Nintendo Switch OLED model. That screen is shiny!
This week's awesome crop of listener questions asks us about basic game mechanics we never knew existed in our favorite games, whether Death's Door could win Game Of The Year at this year's Game Awards, and which characters we would choose to win the video game version of Squid Game.