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Episode 012 – The Dilemma of Time, a Mystic Wonder

March 2nd, 2013 by

podcast cover_small“Time is what we want most, but what we use worst.” ― William Penn

In this episode of the Delta Attack Podcast, the DA Crew meet up with Stanley and Peabody in the Wayback Machine. Things get fractured, but you will believe a squirrel can fly. Moose? Not so much.

Today, Fade to Slack goes on the attack when defending Real Racing 3, Markham Asylum tells us about Etrian Odyssey IV and how the best JRPG franchise you probably haven’t played just got better, and Mark A. Brooks talks about the gratuitous fun of MonTowers. Somehow or another, we reminisce about a game you wouldn’t catch most gamers looking back fondly upon, but we own it. You only live once, kids.

Note: We have a few moments of broken audio from internet latency issues. We apologize for the technical difficulties. It’ll likely happen again, so I won’t give you that spiel. Just giving you a head’s up. It doesn’t last long, we promise. Thank you, Audacity!

Hit the start button, break out your zapper, and get ready for some mega fun.

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Episode 011 – Ni No Kuni, Wii U No Sell-y

February 17th, 2013 by

podcast cover_smallIn this month’s episode of the Delta Attack Podcast, Fade to Slack takes you way back into the past to the mystical, forgotten land of last week. You’re getting a week old serving that’s fairly fresh, but fairly unedited. I’m busy, so sue me! Except, you know, don’t. Sorry I said those bad things about you and your mother. I’m sure that stuff only happens in Japan.

Join Mark A. Brooks, Markham Asylum, and Fade to Slack as they talk about the Wii U woes, the problems with the next console generation, iOS, and unintentional Engrish. It’s like when you realize that chocolate and peanut butter isn’t enough and throw in some marshmallow creme for good measure, except without all the weight gain and secretive sobbing afterwards.

This episode of the Delta Attack Podcast is sponsored by SPAM. Except that it’s not. I’m just really hungry. I fried up some SPAM and tossed it into a can of Hormel Vegetarian Chili with Beans for a surprisingly tasty dish.

SPAM’s not technically a meat, right? I’m sure my diet’s going fine.

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Review: Pixel People (iOS)

February 9th, 2013 by

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Pixel People, by Lambda Mu, tries hard to separate itself in the App Store’s crowded free-to-play casual space. So hard, in fact, that it has inspired the first review haiku, or “reviewiku.”

One more town builder,
Splicing genes is the gimmick,
Is it worth playing?

Pixel People Job Combination Guide

February 4th, 2013 by

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So, you want to build Utopia? You’re going to need some help unlocking all 255 professions in Pixel People. Check out the handy, dandy table below to get splicing.

It’s fun to mix and match!


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