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8-4 Play: 8-4 Play 05/26/2023: BOOGERS, PICKLES, AND ZELDA



17-bit boss and two-time cucumber throwing champion Kakariko Jake Kazdal joins us once again for an epic (and mostly spoiler-free) first round of all things The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Plus quick thoughts on PlayStation Showcase 2023!

Tune in to 8-4 Play every other week to talk about video games, Japan and Japanese video games right from the 8-4 offices in beautiful downtown Tokyo. 1UP Japan representatives Mark McDonald, John Riccardi and Hiroko Minamoto were the hosts.

May 26, 2023

Posted By: Jan

Episode Notes:

Time – Discussed topic:

  • 00:52 – Nicknames
  • 06:52 – The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
  • 01:42:40 – Break
  • 01:43:10 – News: Playstation presentation overview

And now here’s the music we used in this episode!


Intro: Main Theme – Manaka Kataoka, Maasa Miyoshi, Masato Ohashi, Tsukasa Usui (The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom)

Break: Stable – Manaka Kataoka, Maasa Miyoshi, Masato Ohashi, Tsukasa Usui (The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom)

Ending: Maktorok – Manaka Kataoka, Maasa Miyoshi, Masato Ohashi, Tsukasa Usui (The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom)

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Naughty Dog Says The Last of Us Multiplayer Needs ‘More Time’



Naughty Dog shared an update to the in-development The Last of Us multiplayer game, stating that it “realized that it’s best for the game to give it more time.” He also teased a new “brand new single player experience” that is currently in development.

It was originally planned that Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us multiplayer project would become part of The Last of Us Part 2, but in 2019 the studio announced a split into two parts. Since then, multiplayer updates have been infrequent. appears to confirm “we’re working on it” in 2021, and then last year promising that more will be revealed in 2023.

Naughty Dog’s Neil Druckmann confirmed the studio’s intention to reveal more about the game “later this year” back in January, but a new statement from the developer suggests its plans for more substantial disclosures in 2023 may be on hold for the time being.

Review of The Last of Us Part 2 by Eurogamer.

“We know that many of you have been looking forward to hearing about our multiplayer game The Last of Us,” Naughty Dog wrote on their blog. Statement posted on Twitter. “We’re incredibly proud of the work our studio has done, but as development has progressed, we’ve realized that it’s best for the game to spend more time on it.”

“Our team will continue to work on the project as well as other games in development, including a brand new single player mode;

To date, Naughty Dog hasn’t revealed much about what they’re working on outside of their Last of Us multiplayer, but fans are speculating that some mysterious, fantasy-inspired artwork found on a wall in The Last of Us Part 1 studio could provide a clue. to unravel her next project. Only time will tell if this is the “single player” that the studio has confirmed.

Naughty Dog’s announcement today follows the studio’s notable absence from Sony’s recent PlayStation Showcase. As Eurogamer’s Tom Phillips argued after it aired, the lack of major hits outside of Insomniac’s Spider-Man sequel made the show rather disappointing.

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Check out this glitch for infinite shards in Destiny 2 before it disappears



Infinite shards for a finite time

By the time you read this, the Bungie developers will most likely be hard at work on fate 2 Headquarters is trying to fix this rampant and easy-to-perform glitch, so let’s get down to business. There is a new way to easily acquire legendary shards V fate 2and chances are it will be gone by the weekend.

Want to get infinite shards in fate 2? Well then this is what you should do

  • Meet Ikora at the Tower and pick up one of the exotic quests.. Anyone will do their part, so maybe get the first one.
  • Follow the quest steps until the fourth step. No more no less.
  • Go back to Ikora, talk to her, then walk away from her without taking the armor.
  • Open the menu and select abandon the quest.
  • Talk to her again, and congratulations, now you can take an infinite amount of exotic armor.
  • Now you just have to dismantle the exotic armor pieces until you get tired of being rich or Bungie fixes the leaky gold fountain.

You will receive legendary shards every time you dismantle something, and you can do it all the time. Youtuber Divide managed to get this issue out in the open, and you can check out their guide on how to use glitch below:

Bungie is sure to fix this bug very soon.therefore, we highly recommend that you check out this sweet gift at the beginning of summer as soon as possible.

[Update: Some players are reporting that there was a quick server-side fix that kicked them out of the game at roughly 6PM ET. If you’re still in, you might be able to squeeze some shards in.]

Thiago Manuel

Thiago is a freelancer who used to write about video games, video game cults and cults. Now he writes for Destructoid, trying to be on the winning side when the robot uprising begins.

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