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Episode 108 - Crashing Parties

by Perry Burkum and Casey Gibson - October 11, 2018, 3:12 pm PDT
Total comments: 1

The boys talk Super Mario Party, Rise and Shine, Giana Sisters, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Torna, and Super Cat Tales. Then a pair of interviews with Ian Lewis and Lindsay Wells of Giant Margarita followed by Mick Waites of Four Horses!

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We kick off the show with a Quick Bite that quickly turns into an entree as we get into Super Mario Party's online mode, Mariothon. Then it's time for What We've Been Playing, which is essentially a continuation of what the show started off as. Perry's finally got a chance to play the well known Giana Sisters, but is still confused on how to pronounce it properly. Casey on the other hand is returning to something he started a few weeks back and that's the continuation of his favorite Switch games, Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Torna revisits the wonderful world of Alrest, but it throws a few change-ups to the battle system. Rounding out the segment is Rise and Shine, Perry's eShop pick of the week and Super Cat Tales, a cute little mobile game.

After a short break and a quick trip to Australia, the boys sit down with Ian Lewis and Lindsay Wells of Giant Margarita to talk all things Party Crashers, which just recently released on the eShop. This zany game gives you a magnitude of options to configure the gameplay to your likings.

Then another quick flight over to the UK and we get a chance to talk with Mick Waites of Four Horses. Casey missed the last time Mick came on the show, so it was nice to catch up and ask some of the same questions as last time. But seriously we talk about Miles and Kilo as well as his trip to EGX!

Thanks again to Ian, Lindsay, and Mick for joining us on this week's show! Make sure to check them out on Twitter to up with their latest projects!

If you have any questions, comments or concerns please contact by tweeting us or by send us an email!

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LemonadeOctober 13, 2018

I had forgotten about Party crashers until I saw it on the eShop recently. I got to play an early version of it with Ian and Lindsey at Pax last year. I think I wrote in to the show about it at the time.

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