It’s another edition of the PSNFancast, and while video games eventually become the main topic for Angelo Valdivia, Josiah Renaudin and XBLAFans.com guest Ross Adams, many hard-hitting questions about Australian culture are answered right off the bat. After a bit of nonsense, the ATV game Mad Riders, Resistance: Burning Skies and Pure Chess are discussed, along with the insanity of Table Top Tanks. Ross explains his new-found love of Shadow of the Colossus, while the crew tackles why God of War may not exactly be a “must-play game” anymore.
Plenty of Vita-related news is handled by Angelo, and while it’s still a week away, Sony’s E3 press conference is speculated on during the Topic of Interest. The community sound off on Sorcery and the PlayStation Move as a whole before the show closes with bit of breaking news on the Network.
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