Ep. 321 - Mid-Atlantic Island, with Kim Justice
Ep. 321

Ep. 321 - Mid-Atlantic Island, with Kim Justice

Episode description

European video game documentarian Kim Justice joins the panel to discuss a broad variety of accents, whether or not Sonic R is a British game, and a revisitation of our Best British Games list. Hosted by Alex Jaffe, with Frank Cifaldi, Tim Rogers, Brandon Sheffield, and Kim Justice. Edited by Esper Quinn, original music by Kurt Feldman.

Questions this week:

  1. Has a video game ever captured the qualities of sumo? (10:46)
  2. What are the most essential things we wouldn’t have in games today without the early European games scene? (17:46)
  3. Apart from brand recognition, what are the advantages and disadvantages of working on a licensed game? (25:55)
  4. What is the worst video game the most people have played? (32:52)
  5. Carl/Charles: What would an English version of The Tairyou Jigoku’s multiple dialect options be like? (40:23)

LIGHTNING ROUND: Best British Games revisitation (50:27)

Recommendations and Outro (01:01:25)

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Brandon: Turn off YouTube’s Ambient Mode if you watch a lot of 4:3 content on your phone, CapsuleCity.com

Kim: If you have a thumb drive with old documents sitting around, go back and read some, Kim Justice on YouTube, Kim Justice’s Wrestling Road, kim_justice on Twitch, Waterworld (SNES) - Soundtrack

Tim: If you live in the city of New York, never ride the subway ever again, check out Waterworld (1995) if you’re Frank Cifaldi, The Zone of Interest (2023)

Frank: Kim Justice as a concept

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