#215 – Calibrating Dark Soles: A Barefoot Romp Through the “Git Gud” Genre

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Journey with us to a land of misbegotten thoughts, as our team is joined by special guest Cutwright for a romp in the “Git Gud” or “Why can’t I say alive” genre of gaming. Our panel of exhausted and sometimes humiliated hosts explore this genre from humble beginnings as Demon Souls, all the way up to recent release NiOH, and beyond to find out why people keep playing them. Co-host Josh also tries to read fan/audience submissions at the most inopportune of times.

Before getting to the meat of the show, the team settle in as Josh drops a review for Mitch Rapp: Off Book, releasing March 6th. Let’s also not forget the exploration of the Nintendo Switch UI leak, what in the world is up with the box sizes for the system, and an exploration of a recent Mass Effect Andromeda game series video.

That and more, possibly less, possibly and accurate representation on this week’s episode of the Constantly Calibrating Podcast.

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Brad Coggins (Head of Podcast Content)

As host & lead audio editor of the award considered Constantly Calibrating Podcast, Brad Coggins has become one with the world of geek & gaming. While exhibiting his passion most strongly towards the works of Blizzard Entertainment, Brad makes sure that all things gaming get their fair shake. He is the sole heir to the Pomegranate Lord of Light.

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