This week in Q&A Quest, we discuss the various online game services from the 16-bit era. We also discuss a variety of Pokémon related topics from the card game to Pokémon Black and White.
Nintendo keeps putting Mario into the RPG realm, so it’s time to catch up with the 3DS installments that aren’t remakes. It’s also time to reflect a bit on the very first time Mario entered an RPG.
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.
We start the new year off by promptly diving into a discussion of the wonderful Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse movie. We also have a lengthy talk about Pokémon Ultra Sun and Moon and the series in general.
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.
The Hunt celebrates the end of a fantastic year for Monster Hunter by discussing how far the series has come in one year. We also discuss some more strategy for Monster Hunter World and Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate.
A little title about exploring a large swathe of the galaxy, originally released on the PC and later on the Genesis, hasn’t seen a new installment in decades but still inspires fond memories. This is the story of Starflight and its sequel.
To celebrate the one-hundredth episode of Q&A Quest, we’ve dug up a bunch of old Q&A columns to pull questions from. Join us for a celebration of random tangents and digressions.
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!
This week in Q&A Quest, we imagine what sorts of Pokémon could appear in future installments of the series. We also discuss the worst of the classic JRPG series, Breath of Fire.
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.
This week in Q&A Quest, we discuss Sony’s decision not to attend E3 in 2019. We also do a deep dive into the mechanics of the Pokémon TCG for some reason.
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!
After over 77,000 Kickstarter backers contributed to Obsidian’s campaign, a new title named Pillars of Eternity came to pass. We have quite a bit to say about this title that deliberately evokes the PC RPGs of a now-bygone era.
This week in Q&A Quest, we give answers to your questions from two parallel dimensions. Either that, or we just couldn’t get everyone on at the same time this week.
The 3DS saw some later Etrian Odyssey games that changed the core principles a bit. Two of them added significant narratives, and another mixed in...
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.
This week in Q&A Quest, we discuss what a gaming Mount Rushmore might look like. We also discuss the history of quality assurance issues in Bethesda’s releases.
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.