June 27, 2017

Episode 53: Paper Mario and What to do After the Zombie Apocalypse


In this episode Steve and Jake talk about Mass Effect Andromeda, Paper Mario, both the original and Color Splash and Persona 4. 

Jake gets triggered due to Steve's opinions on Paper Mario, so that's fun.

We talk some news and then launch into a lovely discussion about character creation which gets us to our question of the week:

When you have a game with a character creator, do you accept the default or do you create your own?  If you create your own, who do you make it look like?


Check out this episode!

3 comments:

  1. Re: Multiplayer - I think I've said it before, but I'll say it again: I don't like having to rely on multiplayer either. When I play I usually want to play by myself, I don't want to talk to anybody, I don't want to have to keep up with anyone else, I just want to be left alone and do my thing.

    Re: God of War - I would have liked to have seen a new character, but I'm still interested in the new game.

    When you have a game with a character creator, do you accept the default or do you create your own? I don't play a lot of games with that option, but when there is that option I usually play with the settings a little, but don't spend a lot of time on it.
    If you create your own, who do you make it look like? Random. Whatever I think looks cool. I shouldn't look like me, because I don't look cool. Even if I wanted to make it look like someone specific I would probably give up part way through.

    As for the name change, I think I play even fewer games that give you that option. I can't remember the last time I had to do that. These days I'd probably just leave it be.

    As for the bad guy / good guy thing, I usually play the good guy, at least the first time through.

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