Sebahamut continues Final Fantasy VI (he is terrible), Durga’s first stream is Lufia II, Reetin starts Blue Dragon, Lusipurr plays five NES games, and Adeki shows off his skills at Mighty No. 9.
Square Enix finally invents Stable Mode: perfect for when video game horses are not getting sufficient quantities of oats and lack routine brushings and washings–or when one needs a burly groom to saddle up an alternative means of petrol-free transport!
Nintendo transforms tweens into thots, The Witcher author is super salty about the game’s success, and RIME’s creative director cannot handle negative feedback in the news of the week!
Back again, with an all new format! Join Durga as he takes a look at the sequel to one of the longest running and most popular anime, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations!
There can really be only one question when we talk about Final Fantasy: which female character is your favorite? This week we tackle that most important subject, head on.
Is Persona 5 worthy of a 5/5? The answer is hard to tell using this site exclusively as we employ a grading scale from A – F, but make sure to read Adeki’s review of Persona 5 and find out if it’s an exceptional entry in a series or a wacky waste of time!
Sebahamut inches ever closer to the end of Final Fantasy VI, Reetin plays the new game mode in Overwatch and cannot whip diagonally in Super Castlevania IV, and Lusipurr talks to Sebahamut about his love life while playing Super Mario All-Stars.
In the course of this podcast, Lusipurr, Adeki, and Sebahamut contact Tim Allen to arrange an interview. He does not respond, and consequently this podcast does not feature an interview with Tim Allen. Sad!
The Chinese Room is unhappy at Xbox owners getting the ability to refund, Nintendo halts production of the NES Classic, and the Switch version of Breath of the Wild has managed to sell more copies than the Nintendo Switch itself in the news of the week!
Reading about the people behind the hardware and software that make up the last fifty years of gaming history is a rewarding process, and can immediately transform any fan of gaming into a student of this fantastic subject as well.