XBLAFancast Episode 62 – Shut up!

First thing’s first, apologies for the low quality audio in this weeks episode. Numerous technical difficulties caused some issues which led to some parts of the show to dip in quality, I did try to salvage it as best I could but it’s not perfect. Thankfully the show is still mostly listenable and everything should hopefully be fine next week.

This weeks episode sees the return of former podcast co-host and current Game Music Fans Managing Editor, Tyler Cameron. He shares a familiar story of getting sucked into Minecraft and not quite knowing why. Perry is on the review for Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode 2, he gives us his not so great impressions.

Todd Talk this week is all about episodic gaming, after which we discuss what we think does and doesn’t work when trying to make an episodic game.

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Big thanks to Chris Green for the awesome theme music, be sure to check out his site BlurredEdge and why not follow him on twitter too @BlurredEdge.

 

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Hosted, produced & edited by:

Ross Adams (@randomlyrossy)

Co-hosted by:

Perry Jackson (@prryjcksn)

Todd Schlickbernd (@emessai)

Tyler Cameron (@tylertr0n)

Intro music:

Chris Green – Blurred Edge

Break music:

C418 – Minecraft

News discussed:

Release Dates/Windows: Mad Riders on May 30 for 800 MSP, Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown June 6 for 1200 MSP, Sega Vintage Collection: Golden Axe and Streets of Rage out May 30 for 800 MSP each

DLC/Etc: Minecraft sells a million in less than a week + Minecraft most played XBLA game in the week, just below COD, The Walking Dead sells a million, New map for Gotham City Impostors + Steamy Punk Pack, First DLC for THPS HD coming from THPS 3, Tenorman’s Revenge receives an update, Fez update sent for cert

About Ross Adams

A gamer for almost 20 years, a fan of podcasts, podcasts about games and maybe one day games about podcasts?