While Fire Emblem: Three Houses seems to finally be put aside by most folks, a few are still learning the dangerous pitfalls of gift giving. As usual, cats and Robin Williams are discussed. Then someone pre-orders Pantsu Hunter and someone else tries to shove CDs into an iPhone to get monsters.
Author: Chris Privitere
Remember your lost days of innocence? Neither do we. Peter, Kelley, Josh, Matt, Chris, and Anna Marie all prove they shouldn’t be trusted with a podcast this week. Then we investigate whether…oh no, look out! Fraulein!
We hope you’re not sick of Fire Emblem: Three Houses from last week, because we’ve got even more this episode. We discuss strategies for raising professor rank and recruiting, in case you need some tips. We also cover a variety of games and their official release dates. Finally, our briefs are more like long underwear this week.
Johnathan, Nathan, and Chris try to figure out the code running behind Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Yokai Watch is coming out again. China has a bunch of cool RPGs. And Persona 5 Royal leaks some more details!
Fire Emblem Three Houses released this week and we’re (almost) all playing it – but there’s a bit of controversy afoot. Pascal talks about poor choices he’s made in other games. And the news section is all twisty, tumbly, and turvy. Now back to our respective waifus, husbandos, and depressing games…sos.
Chris got kicked off his own show this week to make room for a panel full to bursting with #JRPGJuly updates! Some are playing new games, some are playing old games, but let’s face it – everyone will be playing Fire Emblem next week.
We’re back from our mini-vacation and #JRPGJuly is in full swing. Now playing includes praise for Persona Q2, FF14, and Atelier Lulua. We’re also impressed with how everyone agrees in the feedback section. Now I must go find Chris and comfort him as he laments Marle.
Anna Marie loses her mind as well as control of her mouth. Chris investigates the impacts of bringing Diet Coke into Mementos. Peter buys more games. Nathan finishes Final Fanatasy VIII just in time to start playing Final Fantasy VIII. And Kelley just tries to survive Bloodstained’s framerate on the Switch.
A post-E3 slump won’t get this podcast down! The RPG Cast chats about Judgment, discusses what little news did trickle in during the week, and looks ahead to an exciting #JRPGJuly.
Goku got moves. Square Enix got the dollar bills. Keanu got a fandom. And you got a really long post E3 podcast. Now go teach those youngsters how the weapon triangle works.
Klei’s new RPG reveals how its combat and conversation systems work. An early access date is also revealed for the Epic Games Store.
Ya bro! Time to join the Killsquad! We get to drink beer and kill! Yeahhhhhhhhh! Ok, not really, it’s just a co-op action RPG. Here’s some new trailers.
This game’s Loki is not played by Tom Hiddleston. That makes it ok to slaughter him. It’s also ok to slaughter other players. There’s just a lot of slaughtering. It’s a Viking game.
If you’re looking for some more X-COM styled tactics, you’ll be in luck this September. Phoenix Point is coming to Xbox One and PC.
Square Enix has finally committed to releasing that Final Fantasy VII Remake. Now, perhaps, we can start getting some concrete info on that battle system.
After the giant Show 500 last week, we’re back to a more normal format. A robust Minecraft discussion during Now Playing precedes news including first hints of things being shown at E3. We also discuss your feedback and this week’s releases include a game both Kelley and Anna Marie are very excited for!
Today we celebrate 500 episodes of fun with memories and clips you picked. While we don’t know why you keep listening, we’re sure glad that you do. Here’s to 500 more and our apologies that we still don’t have that dang horse for sale.
It’s the final countdown! Chris and Anna Marie are joined by regular Kelley and irregular Jonathan, who always brings interesting games and hardware to discuss. April Fool’s just passed, and several companies got silly. We also considered piles of feedback in the Question of the Week. We’ll miss you all, see you in six weeks.
A party of four puts on our thinking hats, contemplating games we haven’t played – and which we should tackle in a packed April. Surprise...