This month, Ed and Todd are joined by Chris Murray and Ed’s wife Myla as they dive into the world of video game merch, sharing their favorite collectibles and discussing the gems they wish they had in their collections. But that’s not all! Tune in as they recount their failed attempts at recapturing the magic of nostalgia, exploring the games that didn’t quite live up to their cherished memories. And in a unique twist, the quartet explores the idea of inserting oneself into a game, movie, or TV series, sparking a lively debate on the ultimate immersive gaming experience. As usual, some great VGM rounds out the discussions and the laughter!
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1 – “Main Theme (Inferno)” from Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes (Switch, 2022) Composed by Hiromu Akaba, Asami Mitake, Ayako Toyoda, and Yuki Matsumura
2 – “Traverse Town” from Kingdom Hearts (PS2, 2002) Composed by Yoko Shimomura
3 – “Solidus Cave (Crystal Caves version)” from Hyrule Warriors (Wii U, Switch, 2014) Composed by Masato Koike and Yuki Matsumura