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The Gamesmen, Episode 69- What Killed The JRPG?

Join Lyfeliek, Hardlydan, Xcalybr and special guest MurphysLaw for game talk and fun! This time, the Gamesmen talk a bit about current happening in their “gaming lives”, discuss what ails the Japanese Role-Playing Game and wrap-up by spoiling the snot out of Bastion! Games discussed are the Starhawk beta, King Arthur II: the Role-Playing War Game, Snuggle Truck, Twisted Metal and The Darkness II!

Featured Music:

  • FFXIII-2 – “Synchrodrive”
  • Starhawk – “Main Theme”
  • Twisted Metal[2012] – “Title Screen”
  • FFXIII-2 – “Run”
  • Bastion Original Soundtrack(Darren Korb) BUY IT

Show Notes:

Direct Download | iTunes | MediaFly | RSS | YouTube (02:00:00)

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2 comments on “The Gamesmen, Episode 69- What Killed The JRPG?

  1. 13-2 sold like gang busters trolly.

    More great ff games this gen than any other

    tactics advance 2, type zero, crisis core, crystal chronicles, 4 warriors of light, revant wings, and more and more and more

    Jrpg have always been on the map.

    In fact square has hit profit highs 3 seperate times this gen on the strength of there rpg work

    Jrpgs have been thriving as much this gen as any other.

    More games from series we havent gotten are being localized than ever, more companies are making them than ever

    They come off as butt hurt ff fanboys
    #4

  2. Jrpgs have been thriving as much this gen as any other.

    More games from series we havent gotten are being localized than ever, more companies are making them than ever

    They come off as butt hurt ff fanboys who really dont know rpgs

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