GI Show – Star Wars: Squadrons And An Interview With Ghost of Tsushima’s Nate Fox

<div>GI Show - Star Wars: Squadrons And An Interview With Ghost of Tsushima's Nate Fox</div>
<div>GI Show - Star Wars: Squadrons And An Interview With Ghost of Tsushima's Nate Fox</div>

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On this week’s episode of The Game Informer Show, we share our early impressions of Star Wars: Squadrons and then do a quick roundup of some of the most notable [email protected] game demos that are available to play for free this week. Then we’re joined by Sucker Punch’s Nate Fox who talks about the development of Ghost of Tsushima and what makes samurai so cool. If none of those catch your interest, be sure to stick around for community emails. So please join Matt Miller, Andy Reiner, Alex Stadnik, and myself for another wild and ever-entertaining episode! 

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Thanks for listening! Please make sure to leave feedback below, share the episode if you enjoyed it, and follow me @benjaminreeves to let me know what you think. You can watch the video above, subscribe and listen to the audio on iTunes or Google Playlisten on SoundCloudstream it on Spotify, or download the MP3 at the bottom of the page. Also, be sure to send your questions to [email protected] for a chance to have them answered on the show.

Our thanks to The Rapture Twins for The Game Informer Show’s intro song. You can hear more of their music at their website.

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To jump to a particular point in the discussion, check out the time stamps below.

Intro: 00:00:00
Star Wars: Squadrons: 00:02:08
Xbox Summer Game Fest Demo Event: 00:13:26
Haven: 00:15:28
Raji: An Ancient Epic: 00:18:50
Cris Tales: 00:21:32
Other Indie Highlights: 00:23:34
Carrion: 00:25:20
Neon Abyss: 00:29:19
Nate Fox Interview: 00:31:34
Community Emails: 01:08:15

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