Episode 38 is here! We have a few things to talk about in this episode. We start with the surprisingly shallow content released with Street Fighter V. This is a fighting game with shaky servers, no arcade mode (yet), no VS CPU, not really any kind of single player at all really... We discuss this and what it could mean for future releases. We also touch on the new fighters for Smash, the Twilight Princess remaster, and so much more! Street Fighter V released recently, and it's a sad sad release. Capcom has made it clear that the rest of the content is coming, but what they charged 60 bucks for is lacking. No single-player component at all, (save for the survival and training modes) and unstable online servers. There are only 16 fighters at launch, with more to come throughout the game's lifetime. At least the content is free this time to earn in game...We will see how they handle this. The brand new remaster of Twilight Princess is expected to drop soon, and we are really excited for this game! We also discuss the new fighters in Smash, and Ian tells us which one is his favorite. Ubisoft is taking a break from Assassin's Creed in 2016. They have decided to not launch a new game in the franchise until 2017. What does this mean? Hopefully that the next game in the series is going to be a major improvement and will hopefully bring some much needed change to this stagnating franchise. We can only hope that Ubisoft is finally considering using feudal Japan as a setting... Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls are getting an HD collection release on March 2nd. This is great news for fans of David Cage games. If you're a fan of story driven games where player input drastically alters the story, then these games may be right up your alley. We look forward to "Pressing X to JASON!" on our PS4s soon. Finally, Ian shares his excitement for Ni No Kuni II. This is a beautiful RPG that has an art style reminiscent of Studio Ghibli. That's because Studio Ghibli actually did the art style for the game! If you like JRPGs and feeling like you're exploring the wonderful universe of Studio Ghibli, this is the perfect game for you!