We leveled up and are now level 2. With this new level comes two new faces, Ben, and Elijah (who is also playing Star Wars: Battlefront 2)! We quickly talk about how Elijah isn’t forever alone as Ben is also new.
We find out about a new a new family feud style game Kathryn has been playing, called Google Feud, and also more Skyrim adventures, this time on hoarding! We also talk about how many hours we have played Skyrim (and other games).
Pierre confused Xenoblade with Ni No Kuni, which Ben has been playing. Even though he doesn’t generally like JRPGs he loves this one! Ben also has played Life is Strange and he really likes it. DONTNOD really likes rewinding time.
Elijah really likes CounterSpy! “I’m still playing it because it’s just that much fucking fun.” And he doesn’t want to talk about Star Wars: Battlefront 2, as he is keeping all of that for the review!
And Pierre has been playing two games which are basically John Woo/Matrix the game, and both are free, Boring Man and Double Action. He also played Dying Light and thinks it’s the best implementation of first-person parkour in any game, but there are still many flaws with an otherwise amazing game.
We then talk about Cortana coming back in Halo 5, Pierre says WHY?! Everyone kinda thinks, ok fair enough. Guess who is the biggest fan of Halo? *everyone looks at Pierre* We also talk about Battlefield Hardline, and how it’s missable. Wait, what’s missable? Some spoken words get… well spoken, about a Driver boat game, the controversy between Kojima and Konami, and canceled reboot from Phantom Dust trailer leaked.
Shout out to DONTNOD for having female protagonists!
Make sure to check out Ability Scorecast Level 2 for the cast and the full show notes!
Welcome to the Ability Scorecast
We are the Ability Scorecast. We love talking about games, and we love writing about them too. Let’s face it, we just simply love ‘em, you love ‘em too, and we all want to hear about them! Tune in for some of the most interesting discussions in gaming (maybe… kind of… we aim for it at least).
What is the Ability Scorecast?
So what sets us apart from other podcasts? Well, we have a Character Card. Can any other podcast say that? I didn’t think so.
Our character card is rather special, and it effectively keeps track of how many Casts we have recorded.
Our total level is directly represented by our regular, weekly to biweekly podcasts.
Our stats increase as we complete “Mini-casts” based off of a specific Character Attribute.
For example, Strength mini-casts are usually discussions about the games industry and how strong their products/services are being presented. That would give us a +1 boost to our Strength parameter.
More information available on www.abilityscorecast.com