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Quantum Leaping into Thanksgiving – Mega Visions Show #108

The gang is back again this week with The Mega Visions Show #108! This week, Chris is joined by Sam and Alicia as they chat about the week’s biggest game releases, Bayonetta 4 news and much more Sonic Frontiers reactions and much more!

Whatcha Been Playing and Watching?

  • Chris binged the Quantum Leap reboot and is now convinced he’s living inside the body of an 80-year-old man. He also started playing Yuppie Psycho and Bayonetta 3.
  • Sam has returned from his big paranormal investigation with some very compelling evidence! He’s played through Dead Space 2 and has some Supernatural spoilers, so beware!
  • Alicia discusses her first run in Devil Inside Me and is going into her second run. She also survived an entertainment center fiasco!

This Week in Game Releases

News of the Week

What’s Up at Mega Visions?

  • Chris gives us the latest news on Mega Visions Magazine Issue #03
  • Upcoming reviews:
    • Sonic Frontiers
    • Evil West
    • The Devil in Me
    • Gungrave GORE
    • Dead Space 3
    • Minis: Bravery and Greed, Cultic, Finding the Soul Orb
  • Alicia talks through our upcoming Indie Games Showcase on our Twitch channel
  • Marcin shares how you can sign up for the Mega Visions Newsletter to follow everything around Mega Visions!

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Chris Powell

Chris is the editor-in-chief of Mega Visions Magazine and the co-creator of SEGA Nerds. He was the former managing editor of Airman magazine and has written for publications like Joystiq, PSP Fanboy, RETRO magazine, among others.
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