That moment was fucking great, that episode as a whole went some places.
Motherboard have been doing a lot of general video games coverage lately so that wouldn't be surprising. Not a lot of long form stuff like Waypoint, but like news reporting. They do have a longer opinion piece right now on Stavia and game preservation/modding.
One encourages offence, the other encourages defence.
I know the argument is that their posture goes back to normal, but theoretically if you did just do chip damage, the lower they get the easier it is to build posture so it all... shakes out
Thing is there is no reason to not be relentless. The more aggressive you are the more openings they give, and your defensive options are not limited by your aggression.
I've enjoyed their coverage but i agree. It's time for something else.
being someone who will someday play kh3 so I'm not bothering with any of the content, I feel like this whenever there's more coming
It's not the last one if I understood correctly. Don't blame the crew blame Nomura for making so much material ;). What's left is their pax panel which is KH trivia battle or something and a listener sendin episode.
This feels like a much more boring take because for it to be true you would have to adopt a reductionist perspective of both games.