What do I have to do to get one of those cassette tapestry of episode 100? I can’t seem to find the answer anywhere?
We'll be making an official update shortly, but it would require donating at the $32 tier for at least a month. This will also include a few pins and some stickers. There might be an extra cost for non-US Patreons due to the cost of postage. I sent some out to the podcast team this week, and while it's $3 in the US, it was nearly $15 sending a 4 oz package out to Australia.
As someone who purchased Loom when it first came out, I really appreciated how the coverage of the game was handled by the hosts. I still have a fondness for this game and I think reviewers of the game were a little harsh on it upon its release. Did anyone try casting the open spell on the sky on the first island? I think it is one of the only ways to die in the game.
There was some confusion regarding the origins of the SNES multitap during the Secret of Mana podcast. I’m pretty sure it was originally included in Super Bomberman and then Hudson eventually sold it separately.
Need to e-mail the devs to know the truth, but i don't think they initially had any plans to link Leon with Krauser. My theory is: this being a heavily parodical game, they just wanted to show us a cold-hearted version of Leon. You know, the one who doesn't save pets or go: "Um, excuse me... Sir? I was wondering if you'd recognize the girl in this photograph?"
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Thanks for covering Veigues Tactical Gladiator. I had a lot of fun listening to this episode of the podcast. The game is definitely difficult and the play mechanics are a bit weird but the game is a lot of fun once you get the hang of it. And the ending was terrific for a 1990 era game.