We Talked About Ghost Of Tsushima, Gang Wars And War Crimes In The Latest Episode Of dia.log – The Gamer Matters Podcast

How many games start with a war crime?

Meck played Ghost Of Tsushima ahead of its release and can now legally talk about it. Meanwhile, Wam is legally required to stay at home and guess what, he’s been playing a bunch of video games.

For whatever reason, Anan and Danial continue the Ubisoft combo from last episode, sharing their stories about controller issues and… war crimes. And Meck came in with gang wars.

The Geneva Convention isn’t meant to be broken, unless in the safe confinements of a video game. Or is it? Until we are punished for our alleged crimes, we’ll continue to give you sick banters for you, dear readers of this description.

You can catch episode 063 of dia.log – The Gamer Matters Podcast on YouTube here:

Here is the audio-only version on Anchor. You can also listen to it via the Anchor app which allows you to skip certain segments of the podcast:


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