It’s just the core trio this week, as Chris tosses a coin to his hunting horn partner Kelley, and Anna Marie rolls her eyes as Chris cracks terrible jokes about what the Vita really means. We all consider MiHoYo’s bottom line, as well as whether we’re classified as normies.
RPGamer’s Yakuza aficionados Josh Carpenter, David McBurney, Ryan McCarthy, and Sam Wachter weigh in on whether the game fulfilled any dreams, or was the stuff of nightmares.
This week in Q&A Quest we discuss this year’s April Fool’s jokes. We also discuss Persona 2.
Josh tells us another tale of the Mehss Effect. Sam poots. Anna Marie gets snuggles, not struggles. Kelley tells us about the big hole in her heart. And Chris disinfects himself with Atelier Lysol.
This week in Q&A Quest, the internet fails us in the middle of recording. Mr. Apps also discusses finally completing Dragon Quest VII.
For anyone who couldn’t get enough job hats, Square Enix delivers with a sequel to its weirdly-named “Not Final Fantasy” for the 3DS. Join us along with guests Cassandra Ramos and Alex Fuller as we dive into Bravely Second: End Layer.
This week in Q&A Quest, we talk more Persona 5 Royal and Dragon Quest VII as the mad dash towards Monster Hunter Rise continues. We also discuss the thought process behind reviewing games.
Alex looks so good he must be rendered. Robert rickrolls all the things. Kelley is our Neptunian Angel. Chris is getting ready to Rise, but first he must Ryza.
Robert Albright guest stars this week to discuss all things RPG. We also talk in depth about Persona 5 Royal.
It’s a slightly quieter week after the mass dump of games that was February and the first week of March. Kelley doesn’t want her mom to think she’s watching hentai, while Anna Marie insists our reviewers don’t hate every game. Josh will one day be free of the epic grip of Cold Steel IV, but not before Chris convinces him if he just lifts a truck, he can find a new orbment.
BioWare was on top of the world in the late 2000s. Then it got the bright idea to make a portable game with a certain blue hedgehog, and the internet rejoiced… or did it?
Kelley reviews a game in cats, Josh mourns the Moe, Chris gets to say Gugnir again, and Jonathan gets surpassed by his own progeny.
To celebrate reaching a milestone as big as two-hundred, Q&A Quest celebrates the only way they know how. This of course means lots of random tangents and jokes about Breath of Fire.
This week in Q&A Quest we prepare for the coming two-hundredth episode of the show. We also discuss the Wild Arms series.
Chris really wants a giant salad in a bread bowl, Anna Marie says no to Poké-non theories. Kelley is having all the Crises because Chris won’t let her read the news in peace, and Alex is quietly contemplating a Final Fantasy VII: Belt Edition while everyone argues.
It’s the 25th anniversary of the launch of Pokémon Red and Green in Japan. You just weren’t a ’90s kid unless you were bragging to your friends about how you found a Mew under the truck.
This week in Q&A Quest we discuss the many exciting announcements from the recent Nintendo Direct. We also discuss Persona 5 Strikers and its predecessor.
Kelley gets a sweet message from her husband, while Josh is not convinced he wants to play the Untitled Groose Game. Anna Marie is warned off of spitting in Chris’s briefs and calling it rain, and somehow we manage to get through two weeks of news including two big presentations!
This week in Q&A Quest we discuss the upcoming release of Persona 5 Strikers. We also discuss the best and worst games in the Tales series.
From beefcakes to thirsty NPCs, we cover the gamut of the most important awards of the year. Wheels finally gets his due. And everyone comes to terms with their feelings about visual novels.