Bullshit influencers and gamer smells were the worst things at E3

Podtoid 405

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After a two-week break, Podtoid is back and the crew is in a post-E3 haze. As the industry tries to get back to normal, CJ, Chris, Occams, Dan, and Charlotte talk about the best games to come out of the show this year and the titles they wished had made an appearance. Plus, CJ gives us the scoop from the show floor, recounting his encounter with Max Scoville and Brian Altano, the horrid smells he had to endure waiting for Final Fantasy VII Remake, and how painfully obvious it is the influencer industry is pure bullshit.

In non-E3 related stories, Chris Moyse explains how difficult the new Crash Team Racing game is while Dan revisits the radioactive wasteland of S.T.A.L.K.E.R., on Podtoid Episode 405.

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