Today’s journey into the hopelessly hellish world of BK3 featured two full stages in the sky racer, but it’s not at all like stage 6. Not even close. From dog fights to nearly impenetrable barriers, it’s a wonder I even made it out alive.
Somehow, I kept finding myself in utterly hopeless situations – whether it was me who caused them, or not, as was the case most of the time.view the full description
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Join Baylee and I in this hilarious, wildly fun episode! I play Beat Star, a rhythm game by Oriol Gomez.
One of the neat features of this one is that you can create custom packs (your own sound schemes and levels to play). Baylee was nice enough to provide the custom pack for today’s show, and holy shit is it hilarious!
Get ready for funny moments that will have you rolling. Until the episode ends, they won’t stop comin’ and they won’t stop comin’ and they won’t stop comin’… and they won’t stop comin’.
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This is another continuation of my BK3 let’s-play.
I’m not quite sure why they had her fighting along side me, but we learned today that Carla of the Peace Society was not a good soldier. Seriously. How the hell did she ever gain command of that army? She literally gets herself killed all the time, unless I’m like… right there baby sitting her. Gah!view the show notes
The length of today’s episode was pretty much dependent on my skill at the game I was playing. I hope you weren’t expecting a long one after reading that sentence.View the Show Notes
This is yet another continuation of my BK3 let’s-play. Here, the game increases in difficulty as we knew it would. As the title suggests, we see a brand new pest to deal with, and in my opinion we see way, too many of them! Want to see my reaction, plus some neat little weapons you’ll want to be sure to get? Well, have a listen!
In this episode, I play through Awesome Homer, an older, but still very enjoyable title created by Jim Kitchen. Though I originally figured I knew exactly what I was doing, given I’ve played through the game twice already, my confident attitude transitioned to rage and confusion by the end of the game. (Yes, this is one of the rare episodes of the podcast where you get to see me rage at least once, so if that’s entertaining to you you should definitely check this one out!)view the show notes
This is a continuation of my ongoing playthrough of BK3, an action RPG that is part of a series developed by a strange young fellow named Yukio Nazawa.View the Show Notes
They came at me – and one by one, with one hit, I punched ’em to the ground!
They flew all around me with their shining, false glory. They shot at me, did their best to take me down… but nah. I shot ’em to the ground.
In this episode, I played two more Japanese audio games, both of which with titles ending in “Strike”, and each boasting pissed-off protagonists tasked with the satisfying job of destroying things.view the show notes
This part of our epic adventure is full of emotional roller coasters for everyone’s favorite King Godlord. Join me as the fight against this misterious organization, who plans to take our city and make it their own, transitions from somewhat serious to a fight of desperation and personal vengence! Perhaps today is the day that King Godlord learns that – not every problem can be solved with intimidation and loud claps of thunder. And sometimes, even the victories that seem tremendous to us all simply aren’t enough.
Don’t worry. That may have sounded sad, but this episode definitely is not. Even in trying times, our resilient character can find the humor in everything – and this is no exception!