Art and Image Compilation by Joseph Martin
On this month’s edition of “Hacks’n’Slash”, the GameCola crew takes a look at one of the LONGEST FANFICTIONS IN EXISTENCE. Clocking in at over 4 million words, The Subspace Emissary’s Worlds Conquest is a landmark piece of Internet writing that should be experienced by all. Join Joseph Martin, Anna Bryniarski, Shannon Hoover, and James Pelster as they manage to complete just the first chapter of this Super Smash Bros. Brawl-themed behemoth!
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My R.O.B. voice sounds adorable.
This is definitely my favorite podcast I’ve been in to date. Does anyone else (staff members and listeners alike) have a favorite moment from this podcast? There’s a ton of memorable moments, but oddly enough I think my favorite might be at 17:31, where I just get completely thrown off by the author putting “foot” after a feet-AND-inches height measurement. I don’t know why, but something about me reading that sentence, then actually processing it and going, “wait…”, cracks me up.
“…the two gloves were pretty much alive and kicking…”
BUT THEY’RE HAAAAAAAAAAANDS
Anyways, this was a great episode. I haven’t laughed this hard in awhile. It would be cool to see a return to this sometime, especially since its table of contents is so… varied. (It goes into multiple non-Smash worlds for whatever reason.) Hearing that HnS is monthly now is also great! Definitely looking forward to the next one. 🙂
This was excellent! I’m ecstatic that there will be monthly installments of Hacks’n’Slash. My vote for the next one is still this trashy Final Fantasy fanfic.
Anna’s R.O.B. voice was my absolute favourite!
I’m sad the first words of all my dialogue got cut off, but this was still a fun recording. 🙂
I didn’t want to force you to rerecord every single line, and the gist of your lines was mostly there. Ironically, in all the stuff where you guys are just talking, you were fine. Sigh.
I guess it’s kind of a good thing I forgot to send you my recording Diana, because although my voice sounded fine, everyone else’s sounded really tinny and robotic for some reason 🙁
Shannon, I always love your voices for Hacks ‘n’ Slash. They’re my favorite.