This week in Q&A Quest we discuss the various entries in the Lunar series. We also discuss the Minecraft-like goodness of Portal Knights and the absurdity of Dandy Dungeon.
Category: Q&A Quest
You’ve got questions? We’ve got answers. Our long-running popular Q&A column has evolved to become Q&A Quest, a weekly(ish) podcast focusing on questions, answers, and discussions of the day by Mike Apps, David McBurney, and Michael Baker, plus a rotating cadre of guests. Ask away!
Imagine if you will, what it would be like if a host of a podcast completely forgot what was discussed in an episode. If such a thing were to happen, the blurb might look something like this.
This week in Q&A Quest we discuss Tales of Symphonia. We also discuss more about Atelier Ayesha.
Matt Masem guest stars again to help discuss strange licensed games, among other questions. One of your hosts is also quite late due to the longest Magic the Gathering game ever.
Matt Masem guest stars this week to help the hosts go on even more tangents than usual. Mike Apps also fails again to pronounce Atelier correctly and consistently.
This week in Q&A Quest we discuss Final Fantasy VII Remake. We also discuss the Atelier series.
This week in Q&A Quest, we discuss Persona 5 Royal. We also compare and contrast the N64 and Sega Saturn.
This week in Q&A Quest, Michael Baker makes his return. Also another host manages to fall asleep before the end of the show.
In this episode the original guest of Q&A Quest returns to fill in for Mr. Baker as he makes his way back to Japan. We also discuss the Valkyria Chronicles series.
In this episode, we discuss Trials of Mana and other upcoming RPGs in April. We also discuss the best shorter RPGs.
Two of your Q&A Quest hosts got to try out Trials of Mana at PAX Prime and PAX East. They discuss their impressions of how the remake is shaping up.
This week in Q&A Quest we discuss which RPGs we wish we could wipe our memories of and replay fresh. We also discuss a smorgasbord of other RPG topics.
This week in Q&A Quest, we talk about RPGs with weird and complicated mechanics. That means a fresh excuse to discuss games like Natural Doctrine and Resonance of Fate.
Facing an incredible drought of questions, your diligent hosts decided that the show must go on. Therefore, contained within is an episode where our ramblings are completely untethered.
This week in Q&A Quest the hosts discuss the best world building in RPGs. We also discuss some of the best digital card games such as Slay the Spire.
This week in Q&A Quest we discuss bad endings in RPGs. We also discuss some of our favorite indie games.
This week in Q&A Quest we talk about dying in RPGs. We also talk about the future of backwards compatibility in consoles.
This week in Q&A Quest we talk about Blue Dragon and Mistwalker’s other output. We also discuss Shin Megami Tensei IV.
Q&A Quest starts off the new year right with some talk about the many RPGs that came to the Nintendo Switch in 2019. We also discuss Chrono Cross and Final Fantasy IX.
Our Q&A Quest hosts end 2019 like they began it. This means many rambling, divergent discussions and an episode that fails to get posted in the year it was recorded.