Total Control Podcast Ep. 11: Going Off the Rails

Saturday, November 22nd, 2014

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Welcome to episode 11 of Total Control, oprainfall’s official podcast. Recorded on Nov. 14, join Azario Lopez, Justin Guillou, Karli Winata, Josh Speer, Scott MacDonald for probably the first of many unorganized episodes where the group talks about Mario Kart 8 DLC and Valkyria Chronicles making its way onto Steam. Also discussed are Senran Kagura: Bon Appétit!, Clannad, Rodea: The Sky Soldier and Scott’s overseas shareholders.

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Azario would like to apologize for the tardiness of this episode. He thought he had lost it.

We’d also like to thank listener Danny Parks for donating an intro song for us!

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Don’t forget to subscribe by adding the Total Control RSS feed to your podcast software. Also be sure to check us out on iTunes. If you would like to contact us, email us at totalcontrol@operationrainfall.com.




  • Josh S.

    Here at oprainfall, instead of “like a boss” we say “like a Scott” 😉

    • azariosays

      Pack your bags boys Scott’s takin us to E3!!!

    • Josh S.

      Making it rain, like a Scott 😉

  • Josh S.

    Also, great new intro song!

  • Jeff Neuenschwander

    It should be noted that Sonic Boom was not created by Sonic Team. Sega licensed out the game(s) to Sanzaru Games (3DS) and Big Red Button Entertainment (Wii U).

    • Josh S.

      Perhaps they should have worked on it more closely haha. I have not heard good things thus far.

    • Jeff Neuenschwander

      They probably looked at the whole Sonic Boom stuff and shot it down completely. That’s good news for Sonic Team, but they need to help out Sega by blowing everyone’s minds with the next main Sonic game.