Among the topics we talk about this week are Micah's initial impressions of South Park: The Fractured But Whole, a slew of updates for the Nintendo Switch, why the Gamecube controller won't just go away, planned changes laid out by Bungie for Destiny 2, WB's ended development of Lego Dimensions and what other gaming fads we might see go away, the controversy surrounding the sexual assault allegations levied at the founder of NeoGAF, and Brad delivers a rant for the ages toward EA and their shuttering of Visceral Games and what it could mean for the future of big budget single-player games.
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- A Sony music label is publishing a Nintendo Switch game
- Nintendo Switch firmware 4.0 brings with it the ability to capture video and transfer save data
- Gamecube controller support added to Nintendo Switch fueling Smash rumors
- Bungie details what will change in Destiny 2’s seasons and what could change with Iron Banner
- WB Games ends development on Lego Dimensions
- NEOGaf has been offline since sexual assault allegations were levied against its founder
- EA shutters Visceral Games; overhauling new Star Wars game they were working on