Here on the second half of the “The GameCola Podcast”, we’re answering all of our listener mail! Alex Jedraszczak, Joseph Martin, Anna Bryniarski, Nathaniel Hoover, and Shannon Hoover are all still here, and they’re ready to read some emails. The crew answers such exciting fan-asked questions as:
- How much money does GameCola make?
- Is the 100th podcast going to be a big event like the 50th?
- What should we do for The END DAY 2015?
- Has anyone read Meteo’s book, Vulgarity for the Masses?
- What happened to the DebateCast?
- What is everyone’s favorite “The GameCola Podcast” episode?
- What games do we suggest for people to try, and what games to we suggest for people to beat?
- Where would we go if we were trapped in cyberspace?!
- What Professor Layton or Phoenix Wright character would we want to be?
- What games have we spent the most time playing?
- What plans do we have for summer?
- Has anyone played Patapon?
Wow, so many topics! How did we have time for them all?! I guess that’s why this podcast was split into two parts. If you missed the first half, be sure to check it out. If you’re all set to go, just click the button below to listen to Part 2 of THE “The GameCola Podcast” #85!
Please forgive my foggy memory… but there was a race? And the episode notes didn’t link to it? 😀
Are you talking about our Crystalis race? If you click the “The END DAY” link, it’s the third result down—The END DAY at the Races: http://gamecola.net/2014/10/the-end-day-at-the-races/
… If you’re not asking about that, then I should probably go listen to the podcast again.
Indeed I am, though I didn’t realize it! Somehow in listening to the podcast I didn’t put two and two and two and two together and understand that “The END DAY” and the race were one and the same.
Thanks for the clarification!
Shadowrun SNES vs Shadowrun(Any): Fluff/mechanics was a little off on a lot of things(The vampire/ghouls, the jester spirit, Jake Armitage having magic and cyberware, others) but it does more or less adhere to the setting pretty well. It’s just a mess to play.
Meteo’s foster parents definitely inspired Vulgarity for the Masses…if any of you remember that article.