Episode 179 of The Mommy Gamers Podcast has Blue Waffle in the title, and we suggest not googling that. With that disclaimer out of the way, this week we start things things off with jokes about spring, or the lack thereof. Carrie explains why Splinter Cell’s Sam Fisher coming to Ghost Recon Wildlands in the latest update made her weepy. Once Carrie is done reminiscing, she talks in length about The Witness, a beautiful 3D puzzle game she has recently been playing on her Twitch stream.
Marcia has revisited TERA, an online RPG released in 2011 that recently launched on consoles. In fact, The Mommy Gamers are now officially En Masse Community Partners, meaning we are doing a little community building around TERA with some fun giveaways from time to time! Check us out on their site here. My Time at Portia is back on Marcia’s active play list again, with their March new content update. This early access title adds more to the story line as well as animals, a museum, and lots more!
Mike Robles is back as a guest again. You might recognize his name as he has written a TON of new reviews for our site this year. He chats about playing Far Cry 5, an action-adventure first-person shooter from Ubisoft which released in March. Oh, and Mike also humble brags about getting a lot of hands on time trying out Soul Caliber 6 at the Games Developers Conference (GDC) . Keep an eye out for that game later this year.
They also chat about the Billy Mitchell controversy, people holding pop up raves in recently emptied Toys”R”Us buildings, the Blue Team’s waffles on Master Chef Jr. and so much more!
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