Analog Assault Episode 11: Single-Player Games Are Dead & Destiny’s Data Dump

Analog Assault Episode 11: Single-Player Games Are Dead & Destiny’s Data Dump

Recorded on Thursday, October 26, 2017.

Analog Assault

13 original Xbox titles have finally made it to the backwards compatibility program on Xbox One. We’ll quickly go over the games, and Wade delves a bit further into one particularly well-loved classic making a return. Hint: It’s Star Wars.

 

Recently, Phil Spencer and Shannon Loftis of Xbox have commented on the current state of single player games. The Mules share thoughts on our gaming ecosystem and how single-player titles can still fit in.

 

Destiny 2 has officially launched on the PC, and with it comes the predictably juicy news of data miners sharing their bounties. We’ll talk briefly about some of the contents of one such mining report, as well as some of the changes Bungie is bringing to Destiny 2 according to the recent This Week at Bungie.

 

Your submissions to Shots Fired ask us about our favorite weapons, gaming setups, tearjerkers, and comparing Destiny 2 with Destiny 1.

 

If you want to be featured on the next episode’s Shots Fired segment, tweet @mulehorngaming using #AskAnalog, hit us up on Facebook, or hop into our Official MHG Discord Server to chat it up!

 

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Podcast edited by Circuit Sound.

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Music used:

 

Neuro Rhythm by Aaron Spencer https://machinimasound.com/music/neurorhythm

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Mulehorn117

Podcast Host at Mulehorn Gaming & Analog Assault
Wade, also known in the gaming world as a "mulebaggin extraordinaire", Mulehorn117. I’m married with three kids and have a love for gaming. My gamer history starts all the way back with Tandy 1000 and Atari. You can find me on the airways with the Analog Assault Podcast.