8-4 Play 8/21/2015: GAME DANDIES

Game Informants Tim Turi and Ben Hanson stop by to talk Super Mario Maker, Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, Pac-Man 256 and more, but mostly end up debating Resident Evil games and trivia.

Running Time: 2:52:35

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Time – Topic Discussed:

19:30 – Destiny: The Taken King
36:16 – Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture
48:17 – Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden, Galak-Z, Pac-Man 256
1:06:16 – Super Mario Maker, Metal Gear Solid V
1:32:26 – 3DS and amiibo News, Yo-Kai Watch Coming to the West, Capcom TGS 2015 Lineup, Splatoon Japan Tournament
1:54:40 – Lawson & Dragon Quest Collaboration Store, Monster Strike 3DS, Grandia II HD Release, Resident Evil 2 Remake
2:22:07 – Twitch Plays Dark Souls, Ryckert Real Talk, SNK Playmore Pachinko News, Phantasy Star Online 2 Coming to PS4, Fig Crowdfunding Service
2:37:05 – Closing Comments

Here is this week’s link!

Super cute cat commercial for Monster Hunter Poka Poka Airu DX

And now…a list of music used in our previous episode!

8-4 Play 8/07/2015: HOT MESS
Intro: scntfc – The Turnabout Patrol (Cassette Demo) [Galak-Z OST]
Break: Yser C – Odyssey [N++ Trailer song]
Ending: Yser C – Odyssey

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2 Responses to “8-4 Play 8/21/2015: GAME DANDIES”

  1. J? says:

    I’m part way through and loving the show as always. Just had to point out that Chinese Room is a cool thought experiment (since one of you asked why the devs were called that).

  2. John says:

    Hey, guys! Loving every podcast session as always :) Keep up the good vibes.

    I’ve got a question regarding your line of work: How hard is it for non-native English speakers to get a job translating content? I’m non-native, but I’m fully fluent in the language. Will the fact that I wasn’t born and raised in an English-speaking country impact my chances of finding employment?

    Cheers!

    John.

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