Reflecting on Sma- I Mean, The Game Awards
Super Jump Podcast: Season 3, Episode 8
On December 6th, The Game Awards happened and then, within minutes of it ending, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate was released. We usually try to hype up a diversity of topics in these blurbs, but this episode is pretty much just about those two things. How has the competitive scene been reacting toward the new Smash? Is The Game Awards an optimal way for the games industry to show itself off? How was that Joker announcement?
Wyatt and Mitchell tackle these questions and more on this week’s Super Jump Podcast!
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In our second season, we’ve explored 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.
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