On the latest episode, 561 of IGN’s weekly PlayStation show Beyond, the trio Jonathon Dornbush, producer Barrett Courtney and Xbox editor Brandin Tyrrel discuss their thought on this week’s Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey begins more than 2,400 years ago at the onset of the Peloponnesian war: a decades-long struggle between Athens and Sparta for dominion over the ancient Greek world. It is a revolutionary action-roleplaying game with a grand adventure through a magnificent and beautiful open world. Odyssey vaults over its predecessors to become the most impressive game in the history of the series.
This video is one hour long and it is divided in more segments of topics as you can see in the timecode summary. The subjects are informative, you will find out tips, pros and cons and maybe some leaked information in the game area. There are more guest coming up in the show, such as Max Scoville and Brian Altano who joins the producer Jonathon Dornbush and Barrett Courtney in discussing the news about the alleged Harry Potter RPG, their thoughts about Astro Bot Rescue Mission, Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise, and, of course, Kingdom Hearts III.
Do not forget to watch the show, every Wednesdays at 3 p.m. PT/6 p.m. on Beyond, beyond.ign.com or later each week, you will find the full episode on YouTube, iTunes, and other podcast services.
- Intro – 00:00
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Shares A Lot of Black Flag’s DNA – 00:56
- Is Assassin’s Creed Odyssey the Best in the Series? – 17:16
- Why No PSX 2018 is Sad, but Smart – 29:39
- Let’s Talk About This Leaked Harry Potter Game – 33:34
- Is Astro Bot the Best PSVR Game? – 57:09
- Fist of the North Star is Anime Mad Max – 1:09:14
- PS Plus Games for October – 1:13:41
- Jonathon’s Kingdom Hearts Minute – 1:14:37
- The End – 1:16:40
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