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Nov 15, 2020
Ep. 159 - Loopy Lorries, with Ash Parrish
Play • 1 hr 15 min

Special guest Ash Parrish of Kotaku joins us to discuss fanfic, narcware, The Lost City of Zinj, and Weiner Hotdog. Opening and closing theme created by Kurt Feldman.

Questions this week:

  1. From previous winner Gita Jackson, what video game would be most improved by making the protagonist black? (07:26)
  2. Which video game trilogy has the strongest three act structure? (14:33)
  3. What kinds of video games inspire the best fan fiction? (18:45)
  4. What role has console cloning played in video game history? (24:24)
  5. If there were a fighting game with only characters from dorm room movie posters, who would the strongest be? (29:16)
  6. Patreon Supporter Nathan Roberts asks, what video games could or should have received a sensitive British localization? (36:06)
  7. What’s with all the DMCA takedowns on Twitch streamers all of the sudden? (41:32)
  8. When do you wish a game was longer? (46:13)
  9. If you worked for a video game matchmaking service, what characters would you set up on a date? (51:54)
  10. What are the Black Eyed Peas of video games? (57:37)

LIGHTNING ROUND: Video Game Sequel Subtitles (01:04:03)

Dad & Sons
Dad & Sons
Dad & Sons: An Okay Podcast
Dad & Sons 149: Beautiful Anime Women
GIVEAWAY! On January 16th at 6pm PST/9am EST/11am Liam time, we'll be hosting a livestreamed awards show on Twitch with some giveaways! Follow @dadandsonspod and tweet it a photo of you listening to the podcast for a chance to win a free t-shirt, and one of these indie game codes of your choice: Hades, Noita or Ikenfell. The other 2 codes will go to call-in listeners during our livestreamed awards show! Subscribe via RSS feed at: Join our Discord & support the show at: YouTube versions: 00:00:00 Intro 00:09:34 Liam on Halo 5 00:17:19 Liam on Code Vein 00:19:42 Liam on Monster Train 00:25:44 Liam hates Super Meat Boy Forever 00:35:15 00:39:16 George on Lone Echo 00:43:26 George on Ikenfell 00:54:32 Matt on Dungeon Munchies 00:59:27 Matt on 古剑奇谭三(Gujian3) 00:12:22 George on Netflix Barbarians 01:24:06 01:30:31 01:56:35 Listener Questions Don't forget to send questions to: Logo art by Strekks: Background art by Henry Ng: Music by Ryan Lafford
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Podquisition 316: A Righteous Claim of Nobility
We’re joined by Sophie (aka TheymerSophie / CurioVids) to witness the coronation of Loardy Sterling. Games we played this week include: Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1+2 (6:40) Cooking Mama: Cookstar (9:50) Wrestling Empire (22:30) Dead Space (30:30) Curse of the Dead Gods (33:30) Only Cans: Thirst Date (38:00) Umurangi Generation (42:55) Monster Hunter: Rise (44:55) Pokemon Liquid Crystal (55:05) Observer (57:05) Ghostrunner (58:50) News things talked about in this episode: CDPR under investigation by Polish consumer protection agency (1:00:30) Lucasfilm announces game projects with Ubisoft and Bethesda (1:04:40) Razer is making ridiculous face masks (1:09:20) Twitch reworks Pogchamp emote to spotlight creators, leaves them to deal with the harassment (1:11:40) Check out Sophie at TheymerSophie on Twitch and Twitter, watch their YouTube videos at, and support them at Find Laura at LauraKBuzz on Twitter, Twitch, YouTube, and Patreon. All her content goes on, and you can catch Access-Ability on YouTube every Friday. Follow Conrad at ConradZimmerman on Twitter and check out his Patreon ( You can also peruse his anti-capitalist propaganda at
1 hr 23 min
This Week in Retro
This Week in Retro
Neil Thomas and John Shawler
TWiR Episode 22 - Game Boy Work Boy | SEUK 2021 | Acorn: A World in Pixels | The Lost Tomb Raider
🏆Your monthly support helps us keep the retro news flowing! _ ☕Or just buy us a coffee! _ Story Links 1. A Long Lost Game Boy PDA _ 2. Wanted, games that SEUCK _ 3. A New Book Celebrating Acorn Computers _ 4. The lost Tomb Raider _ Thanks for taking the time to subscribe! 📻 Apple: _ 📻 Spotify: _ 📻 Google: _ 📻 RSS: _ 📻 YouTube: _ 📻 All other services: _ 🕸 Sub Reddit: _ This Week in Retro is a weekly roundup of the hottest stories from the world of retro gaming and computing, voted on by you, the listener! Hosted by Neil Thomas from RMC and John Shawler from Amigos Retro Gaming. Follow your hosts! Twitter: _ _ Youtube _ _ Twitch _
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