Hey everyone time for another Vita Cast! This week we talk about the new SAO update (v1.01) as well as what we’re playing, the news, new releases, and listener mail.

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Enjoy the episode!

Episode 43: Link Update?

Intro/Outro by Kyle Von (Contact: getwithit120@gmail.com)

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Tyler Olthoff is a 24 year old who has been gaming since he can remember. In love with almost all types of games, the only type he can't stand (and that's probably because he sucks at it) is fighting games. His favorite genres would have to be shooters, RPGs, and adventure games. He owns almost every new system out there including PS4, PS3, XB1, PSVita and the 3DS, but barely plays any of them as it's mainly his good old Vita getting the attention!
  • nonscpo

    Sigh…I dont know what happened with this site but once again another week goes by that I cant download the podcast through Dropbox. I dont know why this issue keeps happening, the dropbox works when I download from other sites but not this one. Oh well theres always Itunes!

    • Kyle Wakeling

      That is odd. :/

  • Shay Batty

    So, how different is Soul Sacrifice Delta from the original one? It could just be me, but I never really could get into Soul Sacrifice so I’ve been hesitant about getting Delta. You guys make it sound really good though, I’ll probably give the first one another go.

    • Kyle Wakeling

      Delta is the game Soul Sacrifice should have been.

      While SS was great, it lacked polish in a lot of areas and had a lot of balance issues with regards to the offerings (spells) you could use. Delta is that polish and the community’s feedback at work, bringing with it an expanded roster of levels, story, and game mechanics. If you disliked SS because it felt clunky, looked ugly, there weren’t enough options or it didn’t seem expansive enough you’ll be right at home with Delta.