E3 2019 Predictions with Daryl Baxter

Super Jump gears up for the big event

an you believe we’re already on the eve of another E3? All indications suggest that this year’s show will be another huge one. In this very special episode of the Super Jump Podcast, Mitchell Wolfe and friend-of-the-show Daryl Baxter put their heads together to come up with predictions for each major E3 exhibitor. Discussing our hopes, dreams, and fears is always a lot of fun ahead of an E3. Also, Mitchell accidentally calls Daryl “Dylan”! Multiple times! It’s truly embarrassing!

All this and more on this week’s episode of the Super Jump Podcast!

Check out Daryl’s work at https://darylbaxter.com/. We especially recommend his brilliant podcast, PAL Keys.

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Our theme and transition music is by Jamatar, who can be found here at his Bandcamp page.

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In our third season, we’ve been exploring a wide variety of gaming topics on the Super Jump Podcast, with the fun, enthusiasm, and positivity that we apply to the magazine itself. We really hope you enjoy the show as we continue into our third season — please take the opportunity to rate us on iTunes too, as it will really give us a boost.

Thanks for listening, and stay super!

Super Jump Magazine

Celebrating video games and their creators

Mitchell F Wolfe

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Games writer, podcast producer, cognitive scientist

Super Jump Magazine

Celebrating video games and their creators