This week’s cast has Pascal and Johnathan discussing their holiday gameplay time as well as whether Octopath Traveler is worth a second look. Also, Chris gets really frustrated about Atelier games and Anna Marie gets really frustrated with Chris.
Author: Chris Privitere
Welcome to the new year! We played a lot of games over the holiday break – some new, some old. We also talk about your gaming goals and two upcoming RPGamer features. Please be excited.
Happy Holidays! We wrap up the final podcast of the year affirming it’s OK for Anna Marie to play casual games, even if Chris disagrees. While Josh and Kelley are making New Year’s resolutions, Chris also disagrees about what should be a brief story. We’ll see everyone in 2019!
Chris and Pascal fail at tactics. Josh gets some bartending skills. And actually that’s it. Except for our new game coming to the Epic Games Store! No not really, but we were feeling left out.
The podcast goes a little potty-mouthed as Chris complains about waiting for his Christmas gift, Anna Marie complains about hard games, and we discuss the mess that is Fallout 76 (and its collector’s edition). What a weird two weeks!
Two long-gone cast members return this week as we discuss Pokémon, a huge amount of FFXIV news, and some curious info about E3. It’s way too early, but there it is. Happy Thanksgiving – we’ll be back in two weeks.
Things go off the rail before we get to the meat of the show. But we pull it together to discuss what we’ve been playing, too many Compile Heart games, and a potential dungeon crawling disaster.
It’s Extra Life 2018. As Chris repeatedly dies in Dark Souls III, we discuss Blizzcon and the first wave of upcoming November releases.
This week’s cast crew discusses realistic horse bits and their impact on the gaming world. We also tackle unusual stories like a long-awaited fan translation,...
Technical snafus won’t get us down! Before our trip to Las Vegas we discuss how Chris really needs a Switch (but there’s no way he’s getting one) as well as cRPGs both modern and retro, as Jonathan joins the crew this week. Can you tell we lost half the audio?
This week’s cast discusses multiple Dragon Quests, a Dragon Quest mod for a non-Dragon Quest game, squishy things that aren’t Dragon Quest slimes, and many delays for games coming out…in Japan?
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We return from a weekend off to discuss good games, bad games, old games, and new games that aren’t out yet! Anna Marie hosts as we tackle TGS, the continued flood of holiday releases, and numerous site features.
Chris is merely a man. If you prick him, does he not bleed? If you give him two awkwardly full bottles of soda, does he not spill them on his laptop and require an expensive repair? And if you give him a cup of coffee after that repair, does not his cat spill it on the same laptop and break it again? What? Oh, those last two aren’t normal? Oh, I guess he is an idiot then.
If you’re not too busy swinging through the streets, perfecting your armour, or exploring the Dreaming City we’ve got a new RPG Cast for you. And if the current fall lineup wasn’t already overwhelming, then get ready for a long list of new titles announced or shown recently that are going to make you wonder how you can ever get caught up.
While Anna Marie, Chris, and Kelley play the new WoW expansion, Josh dabbles in film criticism. Then Nintendo has a Blizzard come in. Finally, some people decide to start dating inanimate objects.
Anna Marie randomizes my sock drawer. Kelley does some gardening. Johnathan gets drafted. And Chris goes on a road trip. A really really long road trip.
Shenmue III is still accepting backers. Fallout 76 is still something we don’t understand. And Utawarerumono is still unpronounceable.
Armadillos that look like hedgehogs. Chocobos that cheat. Monsters that invade. And squirrels that ride cat skeletons. It’s a really weird week. It also seems...
This show marked the beginning of the Donut Wars. Why they began, historians disagree. All that is known is that the destruction left in their...