Welcome back to The Game Informer Show podcast! On this week’s episode (recorded before the Nintendo Direct… sorry), Ben Hanson, Ben Reeves, Kyle Hilliard, and Andrew Reiner talk about the natural comparison between Deep Rock Galactic and Red Faction, what it’s like to actually play with Nintendo Labo on Switch, and have a Mario Party-off between Frantics on PlayLink and Scribblenauts Showdown. Javy Gwaltney joins the podcast to talk about The Behemoth’s Pit People and the new throwback FPS from 3D Realms called Ion Maiden. After some great community emails about Batman and Super Smash Bros., we’re joined by Funomena’s Robin Hunicke to talk about The Sims, Wattam, and Steven Spielberg’s Boom Blox.
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To jump to a particular point in the discussion, check out the time stamps below…
3:10 – Deep Rock Galactic
10:00 – Game Informer’s 300th Issue Celebration
12:50 – Nintendo Labo hands-on impressions
27:20 – Frantics
29:15 – Scribblenauts Showdown
33:15 – Fear Effect Sedna
38:15 – Pit People
45:30 – Ion Maiden
51:49 – Community emails
53:20 – The #GIShowChallenge’s winner reveal
1:47:06 – Robin Hunicke interview