The Downpour Podcast Episode 12

Monday, April 15th, 2013

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Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to another Monday, and another episode of The Downpour Podcast! With Randy as our Managing Editor, things are becoming a bit more structured around these parts.

To open, Jonathan discusses his latest obsession (look out, world) intertwined with talk of old school Final Fantasy and new school Final Fantasy. After a brief diversion on Square-Enix, the discussion moves on to encompass Level-5 & Studio Ghibli collaborations, Monster Hunter 3: Ultimate, the Playstation 4, the Vita, the key differences between a chicken and a chocobo, and…much, much more, folks.

The final half-hour of the show is focused on anime. What exciting stuff do Jared and Randy have to talk about this week? Will Jonathan eventually be able to join their discussion? Speaking of: what Studio Ghibli movie did Jonathan choose for his first-ever viewing? All these questions and more are answered.

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Show Notes:

Games of the Past REVIEW: Final Fantasy: The Four Heroes of Light
Bravely Default Original Soundtrack via Youtube
REVIEW: Dokuro
REVIEW: Persona 4 Golden
OPINION: The Playstation Vita is Worth Your Time and Money
First Look at the Mega Man and Sonic Crossover Comic

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