Cat Context Episode 37: Beyond: Two Souls, The Wolf Among Us, Are guilds still useful?

Posted By on Oct 24, 2013 in Podcast |

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Cat Context 37: Beyond: Two Souls, The Wolf Among Us, Are guilds still useful?

Episode 37 of the Cat Context Podcast is now available! This week, Liore and Ellyndrial are joined by Vajra and talk about Beyond: Two Souls and The Wolf Among Us. Both games get healthy reviews from the crew, but Vajra is a grump and dislikes quick time events. Elly tells him that he is wrong, and the ensuing discussion hits on the underlying question: What really makes something a game? Turns out, that is a hard topic!

This is followed up with some discussion of the Newbie Blogger Initiative‘s recent question “Are guilds essential to MMOs?” We discuss what, exactly, constitutes a guild, and whether we need them now that Twitter and external forum communities are as popular as they have become. Liore finally gets a word in!

As usual, we also banter about random things, like Pumpkin Spiced Lattes.

To listen, head on over to the official episode page, hit us up on iTunes, or just watch the video below. We are also now set up with at our YouTube channel! Please continue to send in ratings, comments, and questions. We really appreciate them!