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This week on PodQuest we talk about Hugh Jackman returning as (probably) Wolverine for Deadpool 3, and as part of the MCU. Then Richie tells us a bit about his time with Metal: Hellsinger and Chris got a Steam Deck. We also talk a bit about Universal Studio Hollywood's Halloween Horror Nights, Richie completed his first play through of RPG Classic Chrono Trigger, and we discussion this week's book club topic of Swiss Army Man. Next Book club for our October 13th episode will be the 2019 folk horror film Midsommar, available on Amazon (rental) and Showtime Timestamps 00:00:00 - Intro 00:06:15 - Agenda 00:07:18 - Deadpool 3 News (aka Hugh Jackman in the MCU) 00:18:45 - Universal Hollywood's Halloween Horror Nights (And Knott's Scary Farm) 00:37:08 - Metal: Hellsingers 00:54:08 - Steam Deck 01:10:13 - Chrono Trigger 01:22:12 - Book Club Discussion - Swiss Army Man 01:37:00 - Next Book Club - Midsommar (2019 Film) 01:41:45 - Outro Support One-Quest https://www.Patreon.com/OneQuest Follow Us Email - Social@one-quest.com Twitter - @One_Quest Instagram - @One_Quest Facebook - OneQuestOnline Follow Chris on Twitter - @Just_Cobb Follow Richie on Twitter - @B_Walnuts Follow Drootin on Twitter - @IamDroot Intro and Outro music Mega Man 2 'Project X2 - Title Screen' OC ReMix courtesy of Project X over at OCRemix
Pina regressa de férias e a Ana Guerra retorna à cadeira rotativa neste episódio com “muito ketchup” para fazer. Jogámos Plague Tale, Donut County, Ape Out, Yakuza Kiwami 2, Onimusha, Poinpy, New Super Luckys Tale, Sword and Fairy e Chrono Trigger. Nas notícias falámos de trailers de várias séries e filmes baseados em videojogos como … Continue reading #246 – Muito Ketchup →
In this episode of Chrono Trigger Jared, Ky, and Ben have been sent spiralling back to 65 million B.C.! They are reunited with Ayla, and set out on a mission to finally defeat the reptilian enemies! But are we actually the bad guys? And just what is that giant thing hurling towards us from space?! Find all of our socials, our Patreon, as well as our discord server here! https://linktr.ee/PlayAlongPodcast Episodes of this podcast go up every Tuesday at 9 am PST Intro and outro music is done by https://boqeh.bandcamp.com All music for the music breaks were taken from the "Malcom Robinson Music" YouTube channel. The tracks used are: Music Break 1: The End Of Time (Orchestral Remix) Music Break 2: Lavos' Theme (Orchestral Remix) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
One podcast or three, it's all the same. Podcasts are power, and we're deliciously strong!Join Rick and special guests Dave Jackson (Tales from the Backlog) and Ryan (List Off Podcast) as they dive headfirst into the past, present, and future talking about the hit JRPG Chrono Trigger! This episode covers background, development, music, and the story up to around meeting Robo. Part 2 coming soon! It took a Dream Team to make the game, and it'll take a Dream Team to cover it!PATREON: www.patreon.com/pixelprojectradio DISCORD: https://discord.gg/Rfjx2ptWP5TWITTER: @pixelprojectpodINSTAGRAM: @pixelprojectradiopodcastTALES FROM THE BACKLOG: https://talesfromthebacklog.fireside.fm/ List Off Podcast: https://linktr.ee/ListOffPodcastThank you for listening! Want to reach out to PPR? Send your questions, comments, and recommendations to firstname.lastname@example.org! And as ever, any ratings and/or reviews left on your platform of choice are greatly appreciated!
Episode 6 of Chrono Trigger is here and this week the boys do some more timehopping! Having gotten the Dreamstone they return to 600AD to fix Masamune. Then they hop (get it?!) back to 1000AD and visit their old friend Friend, in an effort to cheer him up. From here we learn of Frog's backstory, how he became the creature he is today, and the terrible story of his basic white man name .... Find all of our socials, as well as our discord server here! https://linktr.ee/PlayAlongPodcast Episodes of this podcast go up every Tuesday at 9 am PST Intro and outro music is done by https://boqeh.bandcamp.com
We sit down with Marcus D for a chat about music, video games, and life in Japan!Spoilers for Final Fantasy IV, VI VII, VIII and Chrono Trigger!RPG for You and MeRPG for You and Me PatreonRPG for You and Me on TwitterMarcus D on BandcampOmega Music LibraryMarcus D on Twitter
Då var det dags att ge sig i kast med vad som anses vara en riktig pärla, nämligen Chrono Trigger (SNES, 1995). Vad är det egentligen som gör det här spelet så unikt? Förutom tidsresor, tysta hjältar och Akira Toriyama så pratar vi också om tidiga internetminnen, pinsamma selfies, farliga resor och en massa annat… [...]
We sit down with Marcus D for a chat about music, video games, and life in Japan!Spoilers for Final Fantasy IV, VI VII, VIII and Chrono Trigger!RPG for You and MeRPG for You and Me PatreonRPG for You and Me on TwitterMarcus D on BandcampOmega Music LibraryMarcus D on Twitter
What happens when you miss out on childhood nostalgia for a game that seemingly everybody seems to love? Should you try to approach that game with the mindset of a mid-90s gamer? Or should you take all of the advancements (and dis..advancements? I'll find a word) of its genre in the past 30 years? Chrono Trigger was that game for me, and I'm happy to have gotten Josh Covel from Still Loading on the show to talk about it. TIMESTAMPS Intros/Personal Histories/Opening thoughts 1:15 A Focused JRPG 23:50 Story Setup 52:11 Soundtrack 1:18:52 Final Thoughts/Housekeeping 1:36:12 SPOILER WALL 1:47:17 You can find Still Loading on Twitter (https://twitter.com/stillloadingpod), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/stillloadingpod/), Apple Podcasts (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/still-loading-podcast/id1032588698), Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/4wbQ71e50Q3TKLIucZ5uhR?si=12169f84ac374427) and Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/stillloadingpod). Support Tales from the Backlog on Patreon! (patreon.com/realdavejackson) or buy me a coffee on Ko-fi (https://ko-fi.com/realdavejackson)! Join the Tales from the Backlog Discord server! (https://discord.gg/V3ZHz3vYQR) Social Media: Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/talesfromthebacklog/) Twitter (https://twitter.com/tftblpod) Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/TalesfromtheBacklog/) Cover art by Jack Allen- find him at https://www.instagram.com/jackallencaricatures/ and his other pages (https://linktr.ee/JackAllenCaricatures) Listen to A Top 3 Podcast on Apple (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-top-3-podcast/id1555269504), Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/2euGp3pWi7Hy1c6fmY526O?si=0ebcb770618c460c) and other podcast platforms (atop3podcast.fireside.fm)!
In episode 5 of this classic JRPG Jared, Ky, and Ben travel all the way back to 65 million BC. It's time for some dinosaurs baby! Well kind of. The boys are on the search for Dreamstone, which leads to a drinking competition of all things and then a good ol' fashion boss fight. And, for the first time ever and contrary to popular belief, Ky yucks on someone's yum .... Find all of our socials, as well as our discord server here! https://linktr.ee/PlayAlongPodcast Episodes of this podcast go up every Tuesday at 9 am PST Intro and outro music is done by https://boqeh.bandcamp.com All music for the music breaks were taken from the "Malcom Robinson Music" Youtube channel. The tracks used are: Music Break 1: Primitive Mountain (Orchestral Remix) Music Break 2: The Trial (Orchestral Remix) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this weeks episode of Chrono Trigger Jared, Ky, and Ben continue their journey to stop Lavos! They return to 1000AD but find themselves in a very different location; one where the monsters believe they won, and humans are shunned. They stumble across two small children guarding a legendary sword, just the sort of sword that may be able to repair an old friends' damaged ego. But those small children aren't backing down, and it seems they have some tricks up their sleeves Find all of our socials, as well as our discord server here! https://linktr.ee/PlayAlongPodcast Episodes of this podcast go up every Tuesday at 9 am PST Intro and outro music is done by https://boqeh.bandcamp.com All music for the music breaks were taken from the "Malcom Robinson Music" Youtube channel. The tracks used are: Music Break 1: Peaceful Day (Orchestral Remix) Music Break 2: Wind Scene (600 A.D.) Orchestral Remix --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Another week, another episode of the classic turn-based JRPG! This week the boy find themselves in the year 2300 AD, and are introduced to a new companion. They race a robot in a jet bike race across the desert, chase a talking rat and learn its' secrets and finish in a strange void outside of space and time .... Find all of our socials, as well as our discord server here! https://linktr.ee/PlayAlongPodcast Episodes of this podcast go up every Tuesday at 9 am PST Intro and outro music is done by https://boqeh.bandcamp.com All music for the music breaks were taken from the "Arkaine's Video Game Music" Youtube channel. The tracks used are: Music Break 1: Battle 1 Music Break 2: Courage and Pride --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Episode 100! We made it to the century mark. Speaking of century, Phil claims he will beat Chrono Trigger this week, Shelby attempts to play Mario & Rabbids for the 3rd time, Sean talks RTS's and Casey give his review of Gucamelee! The fellas then talk Gamescom and try the new segment "Draft Time" were they draft there favorite videogame protagonists. If you want to connect with Underpowered: Follow us on Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/underpoweredtv Follow us on Twitter - https://bit.ly/3lxtm8h Follow us on Instagram - https://bit.ly/3s9Cgvq Follow us on Youtube - https://bit.ly/2P8Pxpc Join our Discord! - https://bit.ly/3cLKtPW --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week Jared, Ky, and Ben continue their journey through Chrono Trigger. The boys return to the present day, only to be arrested and charged with kidnapping Princess Nadia and put on trial! Can they escape prison, and will there be consequences if they do? Find out this week in the second episode of Chrono Trigger! Find all of our socials, as well as our discord server here! https://linktr.ee/PlayAlongPodcast Episodes of this podcast go up every Tuesday at 9 am PST Intro and outro music is done by https://boqeh.bandcamp.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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It's finally upon us. After much memeing Jared, Ky, and Ben are starting their journey through Chrono Trigger! The 1995 turn-based RPG features time travelling mechanics, DragonBall themed cinematics, and of course a silent protagonist. The boys start the game and play through the first three chapters, and finish just after the Yakra boss fight in the "The Queen Is Gone" chapter. Find all of our socials, as well as our discord server here! https://linktr.ee/PlayAlongPodcast Episodes of this podcast go up every Tuesday at 9 am PST Intro and outro music is done by https://boqeh.bandcamp.com All music for the music breaks were taken from the "Arkaine's Video Game Music" Youtube channel. The tracks used are: Music Break 1: Presentiment Music Break 2: Chrono Trigger Music Break 3: Morning Sunlight --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
When we think of RPGs, we often think about classic mega-hits like Final Fantasy 7 and Chrono Trigger (rightfully so) but over the years, RPGs have taken many memorable forms. In spite of change, they have almost always been defined by the cast of characters that surround and support the player character. In this episode, we look back at our personal favorites to find the RPG parties that stuck with us the most. Our choices span decades of gaming history and explore the differences in approach that are explored in both Eastern and Western RPGs.
This week on the Super Fun Time Trivia Podcast it's Koals birthday, and you know what that means!!! Terrible music and terrible nerd questions to fill your disgusting ears with. Talking points include Chrono Trigger, Role Playing Games, Third Eye Blind, hot red haired dog ladies, and Canadian Fantasy authors. Prepare yourself. Music Round: Songs Koal Likes Patreon: Super Fun Time Trivia Facebook: superfuntimetrivia Instagram: superfuntimetrivia Twitter: @sftimetrivia Email: email@example.com Intro Music By David Dino White. Welcome to Super Fun Time Trivia: The known universe's only live improv comedy trivia podcast.
Spoole joins Phil and Shelby this week and Casey is out due to Doggie Dad Duties. We get caught up on Spoole's RV Freedom. Games include Shelby talking Monster Hunter, Phil's update on his Chrono Trigger progress. Spoole also gives sage advice on the World of Warcraft. We wrap with a few Random questions. If you want to connect with Underpowered: Follow us on Twitter - https://bit.ly/3lxtm8h Follow us on Instagram - https://bit.ly/3s9Cgvq Follow us on Youtube - https://bit.ly/2P8Pxpc Join our Discord! - https://bit.ly/3cLKtPW --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week, Austin started playing Live A Live so we decided to do an episode on time travel - from DQ 7 and DQ 11 to games like Chrono Trigger - and movies and books too! Plus, a whole lotta other stuff! You can support this podcast by visiting Patreon.com/DragonQuestFM --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dragonquest/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dragonquest/support
This week the pixels celebrate the release of Live a Live by talking about the other HD-2D games that came before it. They also talk about the comments that made them laugh and cringe. Games that we talked about: Triangle Strategy, Live A Live, Megaman, Chrono Trigger
EstoBro and TV are taken away from the recent photos of the James Webb Space Telescope that had the talk of news outlets everywhere, although the timing could have been more coincidental with the sci-fi thriller film Nope (3:00) coming out recently. With EstoBro home alone for the week, he is taking advantage of maximizing his enjoyment by catching up on video games. With his recent acquisition of a modded Nintendo Super NES (12:00), EstoBro begins the journey of conquering the 'godfathers of RPGs' with Chrono Trigger. A historical video game with a major influence on other popular franchises, EstoBro holds trial with TV on why the main character, Crono, was left off the roster of Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. Ultimate with DLC characters featured from Square Enix. The debate with character-roster-snubs transitions to the other universe-platform fighting game being introduced by Warner Bros: MultiVersus (31:45). The game had a major announcement with new characters featured as the Beta drops this week for gamers to download. The attention turns to the celebrated San Diego Comic Convention (42:15) which returned to having a full population at the massive nerd gathering for the first time since COVID-19 postponed the event on multiple occasions. The focus of the next phase in MCU, other comic book films, He-Man's 40th anniversary, and the anticipation for the new prequel series for Game of Thrones are what grabbed the Gents' attention in this year's panels. Closing out the focus of video games, EstoBro wants to know if TV will download the cat-simulator Stray (52:00) which was a highly anticipated game with a great number of downloads in the game's premiere week. EstoBro also gives props to TV for calling Juan Soto the winner of the Home Run Derby in the All-Star Game last week (59:30), as they both inquire their listeners if they would like to run it back for fantasy football. Finally, TV has an entry for IHMGW (67:05) when Hello Nurse takes him to the local gym in their neighborhood for a trap or a surprise? Tune in for a great show bundled up from the deepest parts of space and making sure that this podcast is broadcasting on every UFO across the universe!
Today on a very special episode of Axe of the Blood God, Kat, Nadia, and Eric party down with friends of the show Ben Hanson and John Carson. Nota bene: "Party down" in this instance means getting down to brass tacks and debating the best parties RPGs have to offer. What's the secret glue that holds the cast of Chrono Trigger? Why does Final Fantasy 7 feel like it lacks that glue? Will a 13 Sentinels reference pop up? (Heck yes.) All these questions and more are on the table.
This week the crew is joined by the indie development team Something Classic to discuss their new game Quartet. We talk about what it takes to start a game, listening to feedback and JRPG influences. Phil talks about his first experience with Chrono Trigger and streaming it for the first time. We then talk about Blizzard starting a union and wrap the show with a round of Would you Rather: JRPG Edition. If you want to connect with Something Classic: Follow them on Twitter - https://bit.ly/3IZIzec Join their discord - https://bit.ly/3aYVikx Visit their website - https://bit.ly/3Pm3eLD If you want to connect with Underpowered: Follow us on Twitter - https://bit.ly/3lxtm8h Follow us on Instagram - https://bit.ly/3s9Cgvq Follow us on Youtube - https://bit.ly/2P8Pxpc Join our Discord! - https://bit.ly/3cLKtPW --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Bienvenidos otro programa mas junto con Kaname,Rocquito,Shari y Ciaranz donde hablaremos de lo que habeis leido en el titulo (no voy a ponerlo aqui otra vez) Grupo Telegram por si no tienes amigos y quieres hablar con alguien de videojuegos porque estas solísimo en la vida y ni Dios te escucha cuando hablas de maquinitas. https://t.me/+SNF1QSIxUlIa4ssi Gracias al patreon somos practicamente millonarios, podemos vivir de esto y estar jugando todo el dia,todo el maldito dia,sin parar,pim,pim!
Welcome to Dev Game Club, where this week we start a new series on MegaMan 2/X, looking at them as different platformers from the time. We set it in context a bit. Dev Game Club looks at classic video games and plays through them over several episodes, providing commentary. Sections played: Three enemies Issues covered: Dog Game Club, playing a couple games instead of one, fighting mens for their weapons, playing second iterations, bringing in past favorites, setting the game in its time, mascot games, structure and wanting to choose your order of attack, using the boss for its weapons, technical limitations and difficulty, learning a level, generosity with powerups, run-based play, grinding for drops, some things that feel unfair the first time you fight them, getting the gist, having wall stages, annual release schedule, Mega Man 10 or X, tic-tac-toe enemy board, dabbling in some enemies, not knowing what order to progress, using passwords, possible orders of enemies, damage types and using the right tools for the job, Tim shades Billy Mitchell, deriving stuff from Mega Man, wanting to run, spawning enemies rhythmically rather than placement, how the platforming feels, being more methodical, character design for collision in this and Mario, good characterization with fewer states, swapping, not designing for you controller, having to be able to go to any level first, where you can get to powerups, homework: watch out for cool level design moments, books about the inside, keeping the good stuff, keeping current through peer recommendations, finding a friend group, listening to podcasts, not feeling like you have to keep up, finding threads through games, following journalists, first person football, losing perspective, the ways games are impacted by other media, butt explosion T-shirt, reactions in games, why games hit when, a return to Anor Londo. Games, people, and influences mentioned or discussed: Bark Souls, Soul Rover, Mark Garcia, Shibaenmue, Resident Beagle, Castlevania, SNES, PlayStation, Pokemon, GameBoy, Metroid (series), Zelda (series), Capcom, System Shock 2, Wasteland, Electronic Arts, Fallout, Dragon Quest 3, Enix, RC Pro/Am, Rare, Bionic Commando, Ultima V, Nintendo, Tecmo, Ninja Gaiden, Final Fantasy II, Pool of Radiance, Baldur's Gate, Chrono Trigger, Populous, Super Mario Land, Prince of Persia, Broderbund, SimCity, Castlevania III, Konami, Contra 2, Sierra, King's Quest, Space Quest, Manhunter, Colonel's Bequest, Keiji Inafune, Resident Evil (series), Monster Hunter, Dark Souls, Tetris, Guacamelee, Sonic (series), The Brady Bunch, Johnny Grattan, Crash Bandicoot, Ultima Underworld, Donkey Kong, King of Kong, Ratchet & Clank, Shonen Jump, Astro Boy, Sega Genesis, Tomb Raider, Spelunky, Super Meat Boy, Blood Sweat Pixels, mysterydip, Junction Point, Jason Schreier, Press Reset, Ray Chase, Bioshock Infinite, John Webb, Prey, Bioshock, Triple Click, Waypoint Radio, DLC, Kirk Hamilton, Maddie Myers, Hollow Knight, Kingdom Hearts, Dishonored, Austin Walker, Ben "from Iowa" Zaugg, ESPN NFL 2k5, Trespasser, Coleco, Mattel, Morrowind, The Honorable T. H. Isismyre Alname, Robin Hobb, David Eddings, Velvet Underground, Bloodborne, Demons's Souls, Drew Scanlon, Jeremiah Johnson, Giant Bombcast, Aaron Evers. Next time: Finish MegaMan 2! Notes: The King of Kong person Brett was thinking of was Billy Mitchell Twitch: brettdouville or timlongojr, instagram:timlongojr, Twitter: @timlongojr and @devgameclub DevGameClub@gmail.com
There are games that are sometimes made for a niche audience, this one of the examples where a game is made for me. Cosmic Star Heroine is a love letter to fans of 16 bit RPGs such as Chrono Trigger. Its a game made for Ps4. Come listen to our tale of this RPG. Starring Mike Albertin, Joe Butler, and Blake Anglin.
Another classic that really held up. Released in 1995 for the SNES, Chrono Trigger continues to top “Best Of” video game lists. None of us had played it, so we played it! The combat sort of sucked but there was so much that made up for that. It looked great, the world was compelling, some weird good NPC dialogue and a soundtrack that rocked. Next Gameclub is Portal + Portal 2: https://store.steampowered.com/app/620/Portal_2/ Two months from now we are doing Hades, so start whenever is convenient and don't save it until the day before the show: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1145360/Hades/ Happy gaming. Everywhere that you can find us: https://linktr.ee/wideflank Timestamps: 0:00 - Opening 1:15 - Chrono Trigger background 4:05 - Our background with games 8:10 - It looks amazing and do newer graphics really matter 13:13 - Is this an RPG? An adventure game? 17:00 - How's the combat? 18:40 - Battles on the area map 21:27 - The combat is bad 29:00 - Combat could have been good: boss fights etc. 36:05 - Music 39:27 - It was all a dream? 41:46 - Open ended endings 44:40 - Story and the world 55:05 - Time travel 1:03:42 - Is Crono the villain? 1:14:00 - Different endings 1:15:45 - Questions 1:18:40 - Ratings 1:22:10 - Next game Portal, Portal 2, Hades Show Notes: Final Fantasy XII and the Glory of the Grind: https://killscreen.com/previously/articles/final-fantasy-xii-and-the-glory-of-the-grind/
Today we journey through time, taking a look at the past and making moves in the future. We all love the Nostalgia kick going on lately from developers and one game that continues to rise to the surface again and again is Chrono Trigger. Joining us today is a man that is Chro-no joke of an expert at this game, Jack aka. Nessbound. So, take a Lucca round at your old collection and let us know what other RPG/JRPG titles you think should get the old reboot, while we have a time with this one. @nessbound107 Goodenoughgaming.com @gegpodcast
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On this one, Trav and Steve receive yet another cryptic and odd email from Burgerchamp. Is he okay? Let's hope. Diego emails the show and the hosts flip it into a Top 5: what are our least favorite parts of five of our favorite games? Steve figures out how to say Kao the Kangaroo and Trav realizes that not all Katamaris were created equally. Find more of our work at http://www.polymedianetwork.comFind Travis on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/travplaysgamesFind Steve on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/blinkoomFind Steve on Twitch http://www.twitch.tv/blinkoom Send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org Please rate and review our podcast wherever you listen!Support the show at http://www.patreon.com/polykillGames This EpisodeSiltSouldiersMario Strikers: Battle LeagueThe QuarryPlease, Don't Touch AnythingUncharted 4Mario Superstars BaseballKao the KangarooThe Guardian LegendCitizen SleeperMe & My KatamariTitan SoulsWade Hixton's Counter PunchKaze and the Wild Masks
The RPG After Years plays “Chrono Trigger”! Level up your day by listening to the RPG After Years! We recently played the SNES classic, 1995's “Chrono Trigger”! Follow along with our RPG club and listen to the podcast wherever you get your favorite podcasts! Network Info This podcast is a production of the We Can Make This Work (Probably) Network. Follow us below to keep up with this show and discover our many other podcasts! The place for those with questionable taste! Twitter | Facebook| Instagram: @probablyworkwww.probablywork.com Email: ProbablyWorkPod@gmail.com
Final Fantasy 6 is one of the greatest JRPGs of all time, released in the SNES era. The game has a strikingly darker and more somber tone than the rest of the games in the series. But is that really what the game is about? Jon Harrison (author of Mastering the Game) sits down to break down the game's themes, hidden easter eggs, and more. Timestamps 0:00 - Intro 04:52 - What We're Playing 17:00 - Topic 1:26:34 - Closing Reco's & Links Playseat Challenge: https://www.playseatstore.com/playseat-challenge.html Logitech G923: https://www.logitechg.com/en-us/products/driving/g923-trueforce-sim-racing-wheel.html Stormlight Archive: https://www.brandonsanderson.com/the-stormlight-archive-series/ Jon Harrison's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Mastering-Game-Video-Games-Success-ebook/dp/B00UCRYILS Episode 201 - Learning Life Lessons from Video Games with Jon Harrison: https://youtu.be/aQN7_G7XoHs Support TRG As always, if you like what we do here at TRG, consider supporting the show over on Patreon to net yourself perks like early, uncut access to every new episode! Link to our Patreon is below! Connect With TRG You can catch up with TRG by following us on Twitter, Facebook, and join our Discord server for community game nights! Patreon: www.Patreon.com/TheReformedGamers Twitter: www.twitter.com/TRGPodcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheReformedGamers YouTube: www.YouTube.com/TheReformedGamers Website: www.thereformedgamers.com Discord: https://discord.gg/r4g6p4dztC
Austin and BJ are super sick this week. So...you get to listen to the Questy Boys. Have fun, and we will be back as soon as our bodies quit rebelling against us! The original episode and show notes can be found here: https://anchor.fm/dragonquest/episodes/S2-E30---Chrono-Trigger-is-a-Dragon-Quest-Game--Right-ehp0n5 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dragonquest/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dragonquest/support
Daniel hosts the first ever Turn by Turn Trivia Podcast! His contestants include normal Cohost Chris, Craig Stern the game dev behind Telepath Tactics, and Dan Murphy the copy editor for the Boss Rush Network. Games covered include: Dragon Quest, Chrono Trigger, Pokemon, Fire Emblem, Earthbound, Final Fantasy, Xenoblade Chronicles, and so many more! HOST: Daniel McGarrGUESTS: Dan Murphy, Craig Stern, Chris Harkey Check out our website: turnbyturnpodcast.com @turnbyturnpodcast on Instagram and @turnbyturnpod on Twitter. This has been a production of Sixfive Media 2022
Play the game, then come back and listen to this podcast. How to talk about one of the more peculiar games of the last decade… Inscryption is a lot and it's hard to describe it without spoiling it. It's a deck-builder, it's an escape room, it's a roller coaster of a roguelike (sort of). You can approximate this game's vibe by combining the strategy of Slay the Spire, the wonder of Myst, the adventure of Jumanji, and the weirdness of Adaptation. Perhaps it's best to say Inscryption could not be experienced any other way than as a video game. It is a testament to what the medium is capable of. Play it! The great transcendence awaits. Our next game for the gameclub is going to be Chrono Trigger from 1995: https://store.steampowered.com/app/613830/CHRONO_TRIGGER/ Happy gaming. Everywhere that you can find us: https://linktr.ee/wideflank Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro 01:45 - Inscryption facts 03:41 - Spoiler alert! 05:23 - Deck-builders and roguelikes - we're in! 06:54 - Act 1 and the ambience of the cabin. 14:10 - The health scales. 15:10 - Sacrificing as a theme. 17:00 - Kaycee's Mod and the card game mechanics. 20:33 - Deck consistency, lack of synergies, card removal and comparing it to other card games. 34:43 - The game cheats so you can cheat too. And how that works with roguelikes. 35:56 - Best Death Cards. 38:05 - Inscryption isn't a roguelike deck-builder really… 41:09 - I thought I got it. Act 2. 43:34 - Blair Witch Project type videos in a SD card and fantasy as an adult. 49:10 - Getting back on board with the game. 53:46 - A game for card game players. 56:50 - The conversation in Discord about the game. 58:37 - Another new world! Act 3. 01:02:42 - The bosses of Botopia breaking the fourth wall. The circular wall. 01:14:10 - The climax of the bosses through the end of the game. 01:20:11 - Why is Luke playing this game and why am I playing this game? 01:21:18 - Secrets. 01:24:25 - Luke playing the game vs. you playing the game. 01:28:03 - Video games are art and a unique medium. 01:33:46 - Ratings. 01:39:28 - A game and revelation about the experience of playing video games. Show Notes: Slay the Spire - https://store.steampowered.com/app/646570/Slay_the_Spire/ Daniel Mullins episode on Eggplant - https://eggplant.show/84-digging-the-rabbit-hole-with-daniel-mullins-inscryption A Circular Wall? Reformulating the Fourth Wall for Video Games - https://www.gamedeveloper.com/design/a-circular-wall-reformulating-the-fourth-wall-for-video-games Frog Fractions - https://store.steampowered.com/app/1194840/Frog_Fractions_Game_of_the_Decade_Edition/
Welcome to Episode 109 of The RPG After Years! This week, Scott and Rich talk about the big reveal.....a new Kingdom Hearts! Wow another Nvida Leak has come true! The RPG After Years is hosting an RPG Club! It's like a book club, but with RPGs, and we hope all of you play along! We are between games right now, but voting has concluded and the winner is... FINAL FANTASY XIII, nominated by Rob K! The next club will begin on Sunday, May 1st! The Final Fantasy VII Materia Lockkdown challenge has begun! It's our annual charity challenge that makes FF7 more interesting. For more info, please visit materialockdown.com! The guys go over all the news that has happened the last few weeks since they concluded the last RPG Club, Chrono Trigger. But now on to Final Fantasy 13! Please support the show at patreon.com/rpgafteryears Join us on our Discord server! discord.gg/3WPBgur Watch the show live on Twitch! We typically stream the main episodes at 9am EST on Sundays. Keep an eye out on Twitter and Discord for extra bonus recordings or time changes. It's all at twitch.tv/rpgafteryears You can also find Scott on Twitch over at twitch.tv/the_scott_spot! Send a Carrier Pigeon or Whatever: Twitter: @RPGYEARS Personal Twitters: Rich: @Hailblue1569, Scott: @TheScottSpot, Jay: @jaydhizzle, Bill: @Metunnica, Corey: @VFLCorey Email: email@example.com Check out our merch store at https://www.redbubble.com/people/RPGAfterYears/explore We Can Make This Work Probably Network: This podcast is a production of the We Can Make This Work (Probably) Network follow us below to keep up with this show and discover our many other podcasts! The place for those with questionable taste! ProbablyWork.com,Twitter, Facebook, Instagram @ProbablyWorkEmail: ProbablyWorkPod@gmail.com Master list: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/13CgtJfptz1S3Da2HUsJDK86SfAIPMGA-Rmi4YZUpTGw/edit?usp=sharing Album art by Dizzy Designs: designsbydizzy.com
On this episode of Random Encounter, we're taking a page from Retro Encounter and talking about some of our favorite games of the past!Tyler is here to talk about his recent feature "So You Want to Get Into the Xeno Series," a deep dive into the series that started with Xenogears on the PSX and is heading toward Xenoblade Chronicles III on the Switch this September. Izzy and Jono get into a deep discussion about Chrono Cross and Chrono Trigger's freshly-localized visual novel sequel, Radical Dreamers. And in honor of its 30th anniversary, Audra has finally played The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past for the first time (spoiler alert, she loved it)!Featuring: Jono Logan, Audra Bowling, Izzy Parsons, Tyler Trosper; Edited by Jono LoganGet in Touch:RPGFan.comEmail us: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @rpgfancomInstagram: @rpgfancomFacebook: rpgfancomTwitch: rpgfancomThis Episode's Related Links:So you want to get into the Xeno series…Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition ReviewRadical Dreamers – Le Trésor Interdit ReviewThe Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past ReviewEarthbound Review
Welcome to Dev Game Club, where this week we continue our series on Morrowind. We thought we were so close, but neither of us has finished and so we talk about some late quest stuff. Dev Game Club looks at classic video games and plays through them over several episodes, providing commentary. Sections played: Brett 102 hrs, Tim 36 hrs Issues covered: losing a quest item, Brett spends many hours playing weekend games, having no next steps for a quest, having guild quests to finish, not obvious when there's more stuff, having to talk to everybody, the journal breaking under it's own weight, not remembering names, voice anchoring you to a character, skipping stuff in the world and not being curious, having the idea of the space but not quite having enough support to see the transitions, not being able to identify the current quest for yourself, a good formula to build upon, becoming acclaimed by all the councilors, speaking to the Gods, having to buy a slave in the main quest, the main quest being a whole game on its own, maximal games and being what you want, a brief tangent into Enchanting, going after the Dark Brotherhood, the commitment to the books, rewriting The Lusty Argonian Maid, a good quest, the feeling of a homebrew campaign, having a character be recalled for politics, carrying too much stuff, devaluing items, MMO levels of systems, having a long life with a game, discovering stuff for ten years, making a specific class, the "and" games, Brett and lore, wanting the lore to impact what you're seeing, finding the vampire clan houses, curing vampirism, saying yes to everything and the costs that incurs. Games, people, and influences mentioned or discussed: Psychonauts 2, Reed Knight, Dungeons & Dragons, Fallout 4, Meridian 59, Ultima Online, Chrono Trigger, AD&D Gold Box, Artimage, Kingdom Hearts, Mass Effect, Star Wars, LucasArts, Ashton Herrmann, mysterydip, Resident Evil Village, Kirk Hamilton, Aaron Evers, Mark Garcia. Next time: Takeaways and Mailbag catch-up Twitch: brettdouville or timlongojr, instagram:timlongojr, Twitter: @timlongojr and @devgameclub DevGameClub@gmail.com
Chrono Trigger Part 6: The End of Time Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Brooklyn Zed (@hardrockhope) take a break from “Final Fantasy” to bring you their journey through “Chrono Trigger,” one of the most beloved video games of all time, all about … well, time! It's a time travel adventure through an incredible fantasy world with […] The post Chrono Trigger Epilogue: The End of Time appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.