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RPGCast - Episode 378: "Oh Wait, They Came"

sabin1001sabin1001 Man vs. Slime, the fourth type of conflictMadison, WIAdministrators
edited March 2016 in Latest Updates
RPGCast - Episode 378: "Oh Wait, They Came"

Alex and Alice teach Chris a thing or two about tea, cricket, and lacrosse. The sport, not the city. Alice then defends herself from the recent nonpurchase of a Gundam game scandal. Chris confesses his need for an FFXIntervention. And Alex gets on his high horse to tell us all about how special he is for playing Bravely Second before us. Jerk.

You can find the shownotes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1hLXOun1ZxUP6E_vRgsLTdrSzy7q-h4iCHJt3EDYuKRs/edit?usp=sharing

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Question of the Week:
What do you like to put in your freezer?

(There was a freezer delivery that interrupted the show's recording multiple times but got edited out due to how disruptive it was, but obviously influenced our frame of mind at the end.)


  • VictarVictar Member Full Members
    edited March 2016
    The "Moo" on last week's forum thread was some automatic censor kicking in. No worries here.

    Question of the Week: ...uh, frozen waffles, tv dinners, and ice cream? Maybe it's time to enlist help from lolwhoops. He could easily think of 50 better questions and set you up for a year.

    To Chris: Didn't you finish Just Cause 3? You were having so much fun with that game.

    So, making equipment numbers go up in FF XI, a process that presumably involves tedious grinding, is more compelling than playing through its story. The experience you describe seems to have negative implications about the quality of FF XI's story.

    In my experience, World of Warcraft Warlords of Draenor has the opposite problem. A lot of players, including me, enjoyed the game's story while leveling from 90-100. Then the endgame has painfully little content other than raiding and making equipment numbers go up, and droves of players (not including me) have quit out of boredom.
  • ShayminShaymin The Gratitude Pokemon Halifax, New SealandFull Members
    I put drink glasses in the freezer because it's easier than dealing with ice trays for keeping stuff cool.

    Alex might get to play Bravely Second two months early, but Chris gets to play Fire Emblem Fates three months early. Advantage: Chris.
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  • WheelsWheels RPGamer Staff RPGamer Staff
    Bravely games stink. Super Advantage: Chris
    Ask Wheels- This Week's Episode
  • Strawberry EggsStrawberry Eggs Familiar Change Administrators
    edited March 2016
    I know I said this at least once, but for Tokyo Mirage Sessions/Genei Ibunroku, ♯FE is pronounced sharp FE. It's a sharp note symbol, not a pound, hashtag, or number symbol (#).

    Yes, it's weird. It's suppose to reference the importance of music in the game, but surely there are better ways to do that.

    Also, I currently have a couple of frozen entrees, veggie burger patties, frozen vegetables, this apple turnover that should probably be thrown out, a pint of mango sorbet, 1/2 pound of ground turkey, and chicken drumsticks. Oh, and three trays of ice cubes.
    Bravely second...
    The courage to try again...

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  • severinmiraseverinmira Managing Editor RPGamer Staff
    edited March 2016
    A quick note for those interested, but aspects of the latter stages of Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth share a bit of similarity to
    Digimon Data Squad (season 5).
    Otherwise as said in the podcast, it is a completely separate world/timeline/universe/whatever.
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  • Strawberry EggsStrawberry Eggs Familiar Change Administrators
    edited March 2016
    Oh man, I can't believe I remember this after all this time, but there is one Digimon character that primarily shows up in the third season of the anime that implies the first two seasons are connected to the third via multiverse shenanigans.
    His name is Ryo Akiyama, and he first appears in a few video games for the Wonderswan, then made some cameo appearances in the second season. It's in the last of these games that he chooses to go from the Adventure world (seasons 1 and 2) to the Tamers world (3), for some reason.
    Bravely second...
    The courage to try again...

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