TinyCast 42! Nintendo’s New 3DS models, Sony’s PS Vita announcements, Square Enix’s Dragon Quest shenanigans, and NIS America’s Danganronpa 2 release (no spoilers) gave us more than enough to talk about this week! And just as Eric figured out his audio problems, Fran’s mic crapped out on us – we should have this taken care of next time! Please understand.
TinyCast Gaiden 4! In this episode, Fran and Christian are joined by noted JRPG fan, Kotaku’s Jason Schreier, to discuss the Suikoden franchise – notably the first two games in the series, the latter of which is a true classic and recently came to the PlayStation Vita in North America!
In this spoiler-free podcast, the trio talk about what makes Suikoden I and II so special, and explain exactly why you should play both of them.
TinyCast 51! We celebrated the Nintendo DS’s recent 10th anniversary by remembering obscure games the system enjoyed – 45 minutes of this is pretty much just a stream of us naming dozens of oft-forgotten games. We also talked about Etrian Mystery Dungeon and why we love the Shiren series!
TinyCast 20! Some very serious topics in this latest podcast episode: Pokemon XY’s implied transgender trainer, Bravely Default’s unacceptable “censorship,” and … anime soccer. If social justice convos (or people pushing books for you to read) get you grumpy, maybe skip this one?
TinyCast 31! Ashley Davis joins us to talk about all things Kirby, including the new Triple Deluxe and her upcoming Dream Zine project. We also surprise ourselves by freaking out about Pokemon Art Academy!
Another TinyCast episode for your morning! We spent the first segment lamenting the loss of popular 3DS messaging app Swapnote, but we have other eShop news to lift our spirits: Farewell, Umihara Kawase is coming to North America, the Sega 3D Classics line finally debuts in North America this month, and more!
TinyCast 66! It’s our Splatoon episode! Along with sharing what we love about the Wii U shooter, we talked about the Humble Nindie Bundle, Affordable Space Adventures, and local multiplayer games we’ve enjoyed lately.
TinyCast Gaiden 003 - Danganronpa Spoilercast Special
TinyCast Gaiden 3! In this special, Fran, Christian, and special guest Anne Lee of Chic Pixel go deep into the Danganronpa franchise for a full-on spoilercast! The three comb through the events of the first two Danganronpa games for PS Vita (Trigger Happy Havoc and Goodbye Despair) in complete and total depth – so don’t listen if you haven’t finished both of ‘em. The team wraps up the conversation by discussing Zettai Zetsubou Shoujo: Danganronpa Another Episode, the new and so far Japan-only Vita game, though that conversation is spoiler-free, since it hasn’t come to the West just yet.
TinyCast 24! We spent some time here discussing Level’s 5 eShop surprises and Nintendo’s free-to-play experiments, but we also go in-depth on the uncertain future of Zero Escape, and why you need to play Danganronpa. There’s also a great discussion in the second half on how the teams behind these two visual novel series riffed off each other when designing their respective titles. If you love the Zero Escape series, don’t miss this episode!
TinyCast 11! For this episode, we took a brief break from Pokémon to discuss other games we’ve played lately, like Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies, Batman: Arkham Origins - Blackgate, and Hometown Story. We also talked about Hyperdimension Neptunia PeePee a ton for some reason. Yeah, it’s a really weird episode, but we had a lot of fun with it!
TinyCast 46! The full group returns to share our initial thoughts and impressions of the New 3DS now that import units are coming in. We also talk about the eShop’s march toward modernity, the PlayStation TV’s launch, Pokemon demos, and recent games JC has played (Pix the Cat and Vib-Ribbon).
Club Tiny members: don’t forget to also listen to our latest TinyCast Downloads episode, “Booty Puzzles”!
TinyCast 23! The usual crew catches up on indie eShop/PSN games, Sonic Boom and the state of Sega’s flagship franchise, and Bravely Default (JC had to jet, so we recorded the “what have we learned” segment early, but make sure to stick around after that!). Fun episode, even though half of us were sick!
Who has been calling Mii Iwata as a new character for weeks on the TinyCast? This guy. Also some kinda NFP figure stuff, who knows yet.
Mii Brawlers, Swordfighters, and Gunners are all available for use – each letting your Mii (of a celebrity Mii) fight with a distinct style. Those different styles each have a pool of 12 special attacks.
The 3DS game releases this October 3, while the Wii U version hits in Winter.
TinyCast 27! Our latest episode is a post-Game Developers Conference chat about Animal Crossing, Koji Igarashi leaving behind Konami and Castlevania, and how awesome the GBA was. Turns out it was really awesome.