I bring you humble greetings, weary Web-wanderer, and I bid you welcome once again to The MoeGamer Podcast, featuring me and my good friend Chris Caskie of MrGilderPixels.
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Today’s episode was a bit of a cultural exchange when it comes to our main topic: video pinball. Turns out I have experience at both the early and late end of the spectrum, while Chris’ experience is in the middle, “golden” age of the genre. We take in discussions of everything from Video Pinball on the Atari 2600 to Senran Kagura Peach Ball, via Flipnic, Devil’s Crush, Time Scanner and many more besides.
The topic discussion is, as always, preceded by a look at the recent happenings in the news. This time around, it’s a grab bag of little stories, including a new project from Suda51 and SWERY65; the distinct possibility a new Okami game is on the way; and a bunch of Muv-Luv goodness.
We’ve also been playing some interesting games recently — I have, of course, been all over Gun Gun Pixies, while Chris has been enjoying Hardcore Mecha and… exploring Contra: Rogue Corps.
Thanks as always for your support; we hope you enjoy the new episode!
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