Before 2023 gets too far along, Josh takes a look back at some of his favorite gaming things from last year. While 2022 gave us a great new portable system and lots of good RPGs, Metal Max Xeno came out again so it wasn’t all sunshine and roses.
Tagged: Triangle Strategy
Phil Willis is back and while he’s not Chris, he plays him on the podcast. Anna Marie is wondering why her cat, Scamper, is losing his mind. Kelley is compensating for suck, and we’re all anxiously awaiting the launch of Pokémon this week.
Square Enix is bringing Triangle Strategy to a new platform very soon. PC players will be able to navigate the Norzellian conflict starting in October.
It’s a new year of backlog busting, and this gal has some big goals! April to June offered an interesting variety of completed titles, but were they good? Let’s find out.
Can Triangle Strategy set a new benchmark for the tactical RPG genre? Balancing the scales of refined gameplay, new mechanics, and breathtaking visuals points to yes.
This week on RPG Cast, Kelley falls asleep for four years and misses the announcement of Kingdom Hearts 4. Chris is a five year old with beefy fists. Sam tells us how her video game marriage life works. And we all agree that Bidoof is our buddy.
Sonic makes Kelley violent so goes on a chili dog fueled rampage. Josh wants a break cause it’s been a slow week. Chris plays the market board stocks and loses his freedom.
Josh’s cat admits that, while he likes Josh, he is disposable. Robert works on his perfecting his boatsona cosplay. Chris orders acrylic bookends for the collector’s editions he doesn’t need. And Kelley learns that Final Fantasy XIV housing is an NFT in disguise.
This week in Q&A Quest, we discuss the wonder of .hack//G.U. Last Recode. We also talk more Triangle Strategy.
It’s a new year of backlog busting, and this gal has some big goals! January to March offered an interesting variety of completed titles, but were they good? Let’s find out.
Chris wants an OP fox with mods. Matt wears a turnip and marries a twelve year old. And Josh goes off to read the new J.R.R. Martin time loop book.
Johnathan Stringer tries to sate your Saturn lust with a Satiator. Kelley Ryan was a naysayer, then she took a chaos to the knee. And Chris Privitere tries to calculate his age in internet memes.
This week in Q&A Quest we discuss Elden Ring. We also discuss Triangle Strategy.
Chris develops a Yakuza game with all Pokémon. Josh is surprised by microtransactions. And Kelley get surprised by a secret mobile game.
Kelley puts a price on a good nap. Josh complains about Pokémon (someone has to). And Chris’s true Dark Souls adventure begins with his dryer.
On this week’s show, Chris gets run over by a wheat thresher, Robert throws his phone at a car, Kelley’s cat gets offended at being a prop for gaming, and Josh goes kart racing in Horizon Forbidden West.
This week on RPG Cast, Chris asks Anna to go fix her truckers. Josh wants to date the robots. And Kelley has a hot Raymond.
With Triangle Strategy releasing early next month, Square Enix has another demo for players. This one will let players carry their progress over to the final game.
The third Triangle Strategy character trailer focuses on Benedict Pascal and the motivations of House Wolffort. It also introduces the game’s class and weapon upgrade systems.
Gaming nostalgia isn’t a new thing. That said, modernized pixel-art titles aren’t just a blast from the past since many add once-futuristic visuals to the mix, creating a truly unforgettable look and feel.