The Gamer Headlines Show Ep. 68: Uncharted 4’s new Release Date and Pokemon’s 20th Anniversary

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By Chris Cortes – 4th March 2016
The Gamer Headlines Show Ep. 68: Uncharted 4’s new Release Date and Pokemon’s 20th Anniversary

Welcome to The Gamer Headlines Show, a weekly podcast discussing video games, movies, comics, TV, and any other topic deemed geeky enough to be covered.

Hosted by Adnan Riaz and Christopher Cortes, this week’s episode has our hosts discussing Uncharted 4’s second delay, Pokemon’s 20th Anniversary, and more.

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What are your thoughts on Uncharted 4’s new release date? Do you have any Pokemon 20th anniversary memories? Let us know in the comments!

  • Mr0303

    I’m not particularly interested in Uncharted 4, but these multiple delays show that marketing has become more prevalent than the actual development of games. Announce games once they are ready to be released. I have lots of respect for Bethesda with how they handled Fallout 4.

    • Chris Cortes

      Agreed, man. Fallout 4 was brilliantly handled.