Episode 12 – It seems disrespectful, but it’s coming from a place of love

Folks, I think we have a new tagline. After Anthony Rags on Middle-Earth: Shadow of War’s bland serving of video game soup, we dive into the stuff we love, including talk about Yonder (aka the nicest checklist ever made), the music-mixing card game DropMix, the 3DS remake of Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, cyberpunk narrative adventure The Red Strings Club, and the macabre puzzles of Rusty Lake Paradise, as well as a special shout-out to the Better Than Speed podcast.

(Also, apologies on the inconsistent levels for the podcast; we had some technical hiccups with the source audio files. We’ll make sure things are good to go for next time.)

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Susan Arendt (@susanarendt)
Anthony John Agnello (@ajohnagnello)
David Roberts (@davidrobots)

Produced by Bill Segroves (@billsegroves) for Pod Studio 1.

Intro music by Andy P. Scott: https://soundcloud.com/epic1beatz

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