Hello and welcome to the second episode of Data Drain. This episode Ethan, Jason, and returning guest Stewart discuss the finer points of the Ace Attorney series. Oddly enough there is less yelling “Objection!” and “Hold It!” than you would think. There were a few things we learned from recording this episode such as I should never be a defense attorney.
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When I think Nippon Ichi Software, I think tactical RPGs with exploding penguins. I really like games that are released by Nippon Ichi Software because of the funny stories and memorable cast of unique characters. When I heard about htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary I was curious as it was not Nippon Ichi Software’s usual style of game.
What You Need To Know
htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary is a 2d side-scroller that uses touch controls on the Playstation Vita. The touch screen on the front is used to control Lumen, the green firefly, and touch pad on the back controls Umbra, the red firefly, to help guide Mion through a maze of ruins. Lumen casts a constant light on the world that is used to guide Mion through several environments and tell her when to interact with levers that have various effects such as lowering bridges or turning fans on or off. Umbra lives in Mion’s shadow and is capable of travel through the shadows of the environment to interact with switches that Mion cannot reach or stun small enemies that are in pursuit. There is an option to turn off the touch controls and use the left stick to move Lumen or Umbra while using triangle to switch between the two and X to select items in the world. Read more…
Hey everyone! Allow me to introduce you to the Data Drain Podcast. This is a podcast with a focus on a single subject that will be different for each episode. Every episode will be a discussion about our past experiences and related media about the topic per episode. This is my first time hosting a podcast and I have brought my friend Jason along to co-host. The two of us wont be alone for this podcast though. Since each episode will have a new topic we thought we could cycle in members of the community to be the third person on the show. We have already made a list of topics to discuss for future episodes but we would like for you the listeners to tells us what games you would want to hear us talk about and if you would like to be on a specific episode. With all that said here is our first episode with the topic being Monster Hunter and our special guest is Stewart.
I would like to say THANK YOU to Nick Hilton for the awesome podcast logo he made and for adding in the Okie seal of approval.
Starring – Ethan, Jason, Stewart
Run Time – 38:52
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Imagine you’re the new sheriff in town and suddenly a group of bandits show up. It would be your moral duty to protect the citizens from this danger, that is until the bandit leader shows up in his mech and burns everything down. Thats pretty much how Gunman Clive 2 starts, the only difference is that I have no idea if Clive is the sheriff or just a local hero.
What You Need To Know
Much like the first game, Gunman Clive 2 is a side scrolling action platformer. You have your selection of three characters from the start and an unlockable fourth. Much like Super Mario Bros. 2 each character plays differently and that can cause you to rethink the way you approach enemies and obstacles. You will go to several unique locations in order to stop the bandit leader. Unlike the first game this is no longer just a brown color pallet but it still uses two buttons and, yes, there is a duck.
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