With the recent birth of our second child, Darryl is flying solo this episode... but that doesn't mean there will be any less to discuss as the games as a service topic has raised its head again following an interview with Final Fantasy XV's director Hajime Tabata!
Darryl runs through the merits of the approach in relation to Final Fantasy XV, talking about the lessons that can be learnt and applied to future iterations. But it's also about understanding what exactly it means for games to act as a service, as opposed to a standalone packaged offering.
In addition, there's also plenty of questions to run-through, including favourite summon mechanics, opinions on the Ultimania Archive guide books and what we think about Caius and Noel as characters!
Barry Norton, Louis James, Satria Djajasudarma, Chris Morales, Eric Decker, Harley Crawley, Josh MacNab, Michael Graham, Raechel Casterton, Thorin Bullen, Zach Duranto, Billy Jackson, Darren Matthews, John McCrea, Joseph Robertson, Keith Field, Mario Herker, Mike Shirley-Donnelly, Mohammed Qayum, Vitanitas, Zach Porter, Zeldaclone, Avery Ferrante, Chris de Hoog, coolsonh, Garrett Peterson, Griffin Golding, Jannis Jr., Jared Winer, Joseph Hull, mcgregml, Philippe W. Naud, Samantha Beigel, Scott Bechtel, Sheena_TH, Simon Kuperman, Sloan, Thomas Dixon, Tony, Benny Chen, Bleu Machine, Tyler Walsh, Miles Ribbans, ciel, Michael, Richard Homan, Prakash Acharya, Christian Burge, Dustin Smith, David Campbell, Chocobohno, Patrick, Rob Porter, David C, Alex Ray-Snyder, Nahi Kablaoui, Supryo, Miles Ribbans, Tory Patrick, Chris Pope
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