Randy learns to cope with 1000 deaths in Pikmin 3 Deluxe. Meanwhile, D.J. plays Final Fantasy VII Remake and Bravely Default simultaneously and somehow still has time to see what the cast of Persona 5 is doing in Dragalia Lost.
Tag: Persona 5
D.J. trades name-brand RPGs for something more generic in Minimal Dungeon RPG, in addition to jumping back into Life Is Strange 2. Randy can’t decide…
Paul and D.J. try to make sense of Project Octopath Traveler. Randy ponders the murky ethical questions raised by Metroid: Samus Returns. Someone finishes a Persona game. Also, cars.
We wrap up the Backlog Attack with Wolfenstein: The Old Blood and The Stanley Parable. Plus, games that deserve a second chance, even if they include rabbids.
We would like to apologize for this week’s extremely disgusting episode title, but if the Castlevania cartoon isn’t going to make a wall chicken reference, it’s up to us. Also: Zelda DLC, Receiver, Final Fantasy XII, Persona 5, and a second look at Prey.
E3 is a distant memory so we had to play games again. Games like Ever Oasis, Spellspire, Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood, and everyone’s favorite, Pubg.
It finally happened: We’ve surrendered to the Persona dimension. Enjoy a discussion of best girls, gourmet kings, and the cardinal rules of rhythm games. Then, we persona-fuse two of our favorite things: free-to-play mobile games and Final Fantasy.
We take a break from playing Zelda and actually from playing video games at all to talk about real video games that don’t exist, plus a secret video game that does! Also Zelda.
Randy nearly doesn’t reach the 30-hour milestone in Persona 5. D.J. takes baby steps towards spoiling Nier: Automata. And we bid a gruesome farewell to BoxBoy or whatever his name is.
Friendship ended with ZELDA — now PERSONA is my best friend.