Side Quest Podcast – Episode 004 – Gal;Gate


Quest with Jason and Andy as we talk RPGs and anime on the PS Nation Side Quest Podcast. In Quest 4 we talk about Square Enix and Final Fantasy news, what we’ve been playing, Andy’s Anime Addiction, Jason finishing Yu Yu Hakusho and starting Toriko. The Anime of the month is Steins;Gate. The topic of the month is “What makes an RPG an RPG?”

00:00:51 – Dragon Quest Builders, World of Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy XV, Square Enix.

What we’ve been playing
00:11:47 – Gundam Extreme vs. Force (written review here)
00:12:25 – Dragon Quest Heroes
00:17:08 – Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII (written review here)
00:19:22 – Hyper Light Drifter (written review here)
00:24:37 – No Man’s Sky (written review here)
00:32:40 – God Eater: Resurrection (written review here)
00:41:21 – Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE
00:46:02 – Pokemon Go

Break 00:52:20 – Music from Toriko

What we’ve been watching
00:54:04 – Sweetness & Lightning (Andy)
00:54:23 – Mob Psycho 100 (Andy)
00:55:11 – New Game (Andy)
00:55:19 – Orange (Andy)
00:55:51 – Love Live! Sunshine!! (Andy)
00:56:03 – Amanchu! (Andy)
00:56:13 – Handa-kun (Andy)
00:56:47 – Momokuri (Andy)
00:57:11 – This Art Club Has a Problem (Andy)
00:57:49 – Macross Delta (Andy)
00:58:00 – Dennou Coil (Andy)
01:00:59 – Mouretsu Pirates (Andy)
01:03:00 – Psycho Pass Movie (Andy)
01:09:00 – Yu Yu Hakusho (Jason)
01:10:57 – Toriko (Jason)

01:17:51 – Review: Shiren The Wanderer: The Tower of Fortune and the Dice of Fate (written review here)
01:29:18 – Review: GalGun: Double Peace (written review here)
01:45:59 – Review: Sumo Air Product Review (written review here)

Anime of the Month
01:54:17 – Anime of the Month: Steins;Gate

Topic of the Month
02:01:19 – What makes an RPG an RPG?

End 02:16:50 – Music from GalGun: Double Piece

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Written by Jason Honaker

Jason Honaker

A software developer for over 15 years, originally from St. Louis, MO and currently living in Seattle, WA. Started gaming in 1979 on the Atari 800 8-bit PC. I play all sorts of games, but am partial to RPGs and 3rd person brawlers and shooters.

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