The header image for this post was created by SquidgeyFidget, using his Playstation 4 and a copy of School Girl Zombie Hunter
Part two of the second podcast episode is here!
part one is available here
A couple of things that you need to know going in:
- Another J-Bomb
As with the first part, we have one J-bomb this time, so please listen responsibly.
- Resident Evil VII DLC Spoilers
We drop a few pretty big spoilers for the main game and the DLC in this episode. For your convenience, here are the time stamps for that section
so that you an skip accordingly
|Resident Evil VII discussion starts at||15 minutes|
|Resident Evil VII discussion ends at||31 minutes|
Part two of the second episode of our podcast is here.
As I mentioned last time, we recorded for over 3 hours when making episode two, so we decided to split it into three episodes and make an end of year special episode
can you do that, if you’ve only had two other episodes?
Again, The_B joined us when we made this recording.
SquidgyFidget tells us about an absolutely bonkers Japanese game which involves heavily armed Japanese school girls, their underpants, and hordes of zombies.
It sounds like we’re on a boat at one point, but that was me being super fidgety and the microphone being extremely sensitive.
I’ve been told that in future, I’ll be tied to my chair before we record.
And Squigdy gives us some real talk about Dark Souls and games with stupidly steep difficulty curves.
In this part of the episode, we only managed to cover the games that Squidgy had played, so here are the games he’s been playing:
Squidy’s Recent Games
- School Girl Zombie Hunter
- Resident Evil VII: Not a Hero
- Resident Evil VII: End of Zoe
B also recommended one more game to us all:
We also talked a fair amount about the following games when discussing the games that Squidgy had been playing:
- Resident Evil 2
- Resident Evil Revelations 2
- Super Mario Odyssey
- Rocket League
- Dark Souls
- Fret Zealot
- Rock Band
We’ve already written about some of the games we discussed, so here are some links to those posts:
External Links of Interest
Go follow B on twitter, he’s a pretty chill dude.
This time we have a count of four tangents. Think you can beat our count?
Links to the music used in the podcast can be found below. Definitely check them out, because they’re amazing tracks by awesome musicians.
- Intro music is Behind the Lines by Ian Sutherland (BandCamp)
- Outro Music is I N e e d Y o u 私の側て by G.K (BandCamp)
Leave a comment in the section on this page
or by heading to wafflingtaylors.rocks if you’re listening in a podcatcher
and let us know what you liked, what you didn’t like and which games you’d like to hear us waffle on about next time.