Total Control Ep. 15: See You Next Year

Sunday, December 21st, 2014

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Welcome to episode 15 of Total Control, oprainfall’s official podcast. Recorded on Dec. 18, join Azario Lopez, Josh Speer, Justin Guillou, Steve Baltimore and Chris Stollings as they talk about their favorite visual novels and what you should check out if you wanna try one out for yourself. Also discussed are Hyperdimension Neptunia U, NIS titles being localized, and Telltale’s series of games.


Quick congratulations to Azario Lopez for being promoted to Podcast Manager and also props to Josh Speer for finally getting a PlayStation Vita.

If you’re looking to get acquainted with the visual novel genre, we recommend these titles:

Crowdfunding discussed in this episode:

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  • Josh S.

    Note that I finally got that 50 hour Smash trophy a couple days after this was recorded 😀

  • Kirill Steshin

    God your mics are bad, people… Is that such a bother to buy – at least – Samson’s C01? It’s cheap and useful. Also, stop using skype recorder it’s crap.
    Otherwise – keep it up.

    • azariosays

      haha word, but i mean with so many of us it’s hard for everyone to get decent mics, I am working on better recording tools no worries when we come back things will be different 🙂 thanks

    • Kirill Steshin

      I not trying to knock on you, but i’m sure you can afford 40$ Samson C01 or any decent mic, like snowball’s mid-range mics.

    • azariosays

      Oh no i appreciate criticism. A few of have good mics, but it just takes one person that has a not so good mic to drop the quality. It will get better though, promise.