Sebahamut continues to trudge through Final Fantasy VI, Reetin plays three NES games, Lusipurr has a literal blast from the past with Descent, and Adeki dies a lot in Bloodborne.
Sebahamut continues Final Fantasy VI while mindlessly wandering to the east, Reetin continues to struggle through Final Fantasy III, Adeki battles online against some bumbling bunglers in Overwatch, and Durga starts Dark Souls.
Game directors are usually less famous than their creations, and this week Mel examines if this has a negative effect on the gaming medium. Should developers have more notoriety? Do they already? Read and discuss!
Grapefruit, grapefruit, and grapefruit, as far as the eye can see (and the tongue report) makes up the bulk of this podcast, in which the accomplishments of James Anderson, England’s new record holder for Test Wickets, are detailed. Also: video games.
Obsidian removes backer reward after SocJus outcry, Gameranx interview shelved because of views of developer, and a helpful Bloodborne FAQ for the PC beggar race in the news of the week!
Once in a while a game that demonstrates how to compose a full product comes down the line, and these titles often set the bar for the rest of the generation. Bloodborne is such a title. Read Mel’s review on how it achieves this feat.
Bup forces Mel to compose a review for blind people. Mel tries his best to accomodate. Does Mel pull it off? Is Bup insane? Deadline, dollar sign?
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, Mel, and Java incorrectly predict the outcome of the Cricket World Cup, then move on to a discussion of how to make a satisfactory batch of cranberry orange muffins, complete with Zestria–and, furthermore, Sabin must be destroyed.
E3 has run its course in the news of the week!
Lusipurr and Ethos travel to Los Angeles to cover E3 2014, and then they record this podcast in the lobby of their hotel (also in L.A.). Join them as they reflect on the first day, and the conferences of Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft, and Sony. Pink drinks ahoy!