Episode 65 – Three Billboards Outside EVO Japan

February has finally arrived, ending the January drought. And we have two new video game releases kicking off 2018, with “DragonBall Fighter Z” and “Monster Hunter 4“. Additionally, we have new movie reviews, with Ridley Scott’s “All the Money in the World” and Oscar-nominated “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri“.

It’s over 9000!!!

Finally, landing is the much-anticipated fighting game from Arc System Works, DragonBall Fighter Z. After the disappointment of Capcom’s Marvel V.S Capcom: Infinite, DBZ returns the 3on3 fighter style to the scene. As well as a roster including everyone’s favourite characters (mostly). Specifically an animation style that has all the hallmarks of the show it’s based on.

And speaking of EPIC battles, a little game called “Monster Hunter World” also arrived on consoles. Probably one of the most anticipated titles from Capcom, finally not exclusive to Japan only. Specifically, a notable reduction in some of the more inaccessible components of the series. Does the new game retain its lineage and still encourage new players?

More Money Mo Problems.

Next, our film reviews we have Ridley Scott’s All the money in the World“. Taking a step away from the Alien/ Prometheus franchise the film is the retelling of the famous kidnapping of John Getty’s grandson.

Three Billboards

Finally, we discuss “Three Billboards outside Ebbing Missouri”. As a result of the Oscar buzz around lead actress Frances McDormand. In addition to a stellar cast bringing their A-game. The film is a tale of a mother’s quest for justice for the murder of her daughter, while dealing with the people surrounding her

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