The Delta Attackers. You know us. You love us. You’re one of dozens of devoted fans. One burning question keeps you up at night: What games do they play? Sleep tight tonight, dear reader, for we’re about to put your mind at ease.
This episode of the Delta Attack Podcast kicks off the new year by completely ignoring the new year. If you want to listen to some gamers talk about New Year’s Resolutions, you’ve come to the wrong place. Also, we’re fine the way we are. I’m not a diaper, so stop trying to change me!
Today’s podcast features a discussion about the Wii U, the upcoming Android-based OUYA console, and why 2D games are superior to 3D when it comes to some genres. Two steps forward, one step retro. Also, a couple of dirty gaming secrets, some curse words, and an inability to stay on topic round out the show.
Overture, curtain, lights.
This is it, the night of nights!
No more rehearsing or nursing our part.
We know every part by heart!
Overture, curtain, lights.
This is it, we’ll hit the heights!
And, oh, what heights we’ll hit.
On with the show, this is it!
This is the Delta Attack Podcast.
Having previously tackled my Top 20 Final Fantasy Battle Themes, I decided to tally up my favorites for non-battle music. Spanning a range of styles from mellow to militaristic, from ethereal to energetic, from dramatic to dance, here are what I consider to be the best music that the Final Fantasy series offers to date.
There are 91 monsters to be found in Beastie Bay. Most of the monsters are of little use outside of the beginning of the game, but a select handful are great to have in a party. If you’re curious to what Kairosoft has in store for you, this bestiary might just help you on your way.
There are a lot of things to contend with when playing Beastie Bay and not a lot of resources to do it. We’re here to help you catch ‘em all.
Including the Boss Monsters (you’ll need to purchase an expensive permit before you can even attempt baiting them), there are 91 beasts to tame in Beastie Bay. While not as deep or exhaustive as Pokemon in that regard, there are a lot of other things to consider as you’re building your island into a tourist attraction full of monsters.
Failures. We’ve all had them. Some of us more than others. Yeah, I’m looking at you, Todd. If you ever want to be a part of this family again, you need to get back on your feet and stop using. Don’t you see? You’re tearing this family apart!
The DA Crew triangulates to bring you this nerdy little slice of heaven. Contrary to what the song says, heaven can’t wait.
Today’s episode covers a short discussion on Final Fantasy IV. Well, short for us. Then we glaze over how Mother 3 made Fade cry like he just watched a puppy fall into a running blender. Ni no Kuni makes an appearance for people who love Level 5 and Studio Ghibli, which SHOULD be everyone. Then we just… yeah… we talk. Things get weird… more than once.
Honestly, this is a hodgepodge potpourri variety pack of a show, but you’ve got time to spare.
About five years ago, when the whole Michael Vick dogfighting ring was uncovered, I tried like hell to make it into some sort of joke about how he grew up with Pokémon. I tried and failed because, frankly, that shit wasn’t funny. This, my friends, is why I don’t do stand-up.
Speaking of not funny, here we have another game parody from PETA. This Flash game was once again crapped crafted by THIS IS POP, of “Super Tanooki Skin 2D” infamy, to tie in with the release of Pokémon: Black 2 and Pokemon: White 2.