Total Control Ep 62: Interview With Lumin: Land of Light; We Fight About SFV and Fire Emblem

Thursday, January 28th, 2016

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Welcome to episode 62 of Total Control, oprainfall’s official podcast. Recorded on Jan. 27, join Azario Lopez, Tom Tolios, Steve Baltimore, and Benny Carrillo as they interview Brandon Jones, the lead programmer and creator of Lumin: Land of Light. Brandon talks about the creative process around developing a video game and doing something you love, as well as talking about his new RPG Lumin: Land of Light. The cast also gets to discus their different views on the Street Fighter V butt slap and the Fire Emblem Fates altered scenes. Also talked about, Final Fantasy Explorers, Hyperdimension Neptunia V-II, Summon Night 5 and more!

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The intro to Total Control was made by Anime Chris.

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  • Josh S.

    I fear the FE talk will make me salty… Oh well, let’s take a listen.

    • Steve Baltimore

      I know I’ll make you salty on it 😛

    • Josh S.

      Oh you did haha. That always happens when we have strongly differing opinions.

  • GamePlay Theatre

    Thanks again for the interview guys! You guys are a blast and if you ever need a guest hit me up!

  • Mr0303

    I’m strongly against censorship even if it is self censorship. This means the creator is purposefully limiting himself to pander to an audience – at that point the creation stops being art and becomes a product.

    An analogy to the Nintendo/Capcom situations would be to release a book and the publisher deemed a couple of pages too offensive for the general market. They have been torn out – down the memory hole they go. From a consumer perspective, you know you are not getting a complete product – the content of the missing pages could be bad writing or the greatest lines you could read – you’ll never know.

    We passed the age where we had to censor blood and gore, now we just need to get rid of the PC censor culture. There shouldn’t be any topics that are taboo to gaming, literature and movies.

  • ShinMegamiSensei

    That last discussion was on point. I really want Fates but I can’t stand NoA right now, sucks as a lifelong Nintendo fan, NoJ or someone need to tell NoA to fuck off. Great episode as always.

    • azariosays

      Thank you for listening! we know of a few pubs that also do listen to the cast and they hear us. trust me. nintendo of america needs to learn to listen