Massively OP Podcast Episode 180: Superstoked for heroic MMOs

    
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On this week’s show, Bree and Justin do a belly flop right into a big pool of superhero MMOs, news, and fan projects. City of Heroes may be dead and gone many years now, but its legacy still lives on in surprising ways!

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TomTurtle

Oof! Those technical and editing issues were really bad this episode.

In regards to Twitter, the sentiment I’ve seen lately is that it sucks. It’s generally not a good platform for civil discourse. I use it all the time to follow certain people’s tweets, key word being certain. Clicking on a tweet is risky to see all the responses. It reminds me of reading Youtube comments and how much I usually dislike that experience.

It has its uses, but yeah, I don’t engage too much on it.

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Justin Bania

Did anyone else have some of audio issues? At one point they both were talking over each other in the mail bag and it was kind of maddening lol.

The super hero mmo section made me smile more than once. The coh memories came rushing back.

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Kherova

Same problem. It was really bad!

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Bree Royce

Yeah, for some reason I crashed during our recording nine times – at one point we even mentioned it, it was getting ridiculous – and the recording was a bit of a mess in the end. Justin did his best to fix it!

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BalsBigBrother

I have sure you will have found it by now but Bree may not be aware if she hasn’t played it but No Man’s Sky does have a guide section baked into the game. Which is not something a lot of games have as most rely on wikis these days it seems.

It does cover all the basic tutorial pointers and is a useful resource as a reminder if you forget some of the basics. There is also a section for recipes for crafted products and what raw materials can be used for among other things. Well worth a look at the start in any case.