We Pick An Isometric RPG For Nadia To Play w/ Leana Hafer

We Pick An Isometric RPG For Nadia To Play w/ Leana Hafer

Kat, Eric, and special guest Leana Hafer help Nadia pick a good isometric RPG to play. Plus: Our final four Top 25 RPG nominees!

Episode Notes

Tired of the same ol’ RPGs? Why not try changing your perspective?

This week by Patron request, Nadia, Kat, and Eric talk about isometric RPGs with some help from Leana Hafer of Three Moves Ahead. Topics of isometric discussion include “How good is Tunic?” (Very good.) “Does Dragon Age: Origins count as an isometric RPG?” (Yes.) “Which isometric RPG should Nadia play?” (Disco Elysium, CUNO.) And “How is 2022 looking for the sub-genre?” (Pretty neat!)

Other topics of discussion include:

  • Kat’s ensnared by a mobile gatcha RPG. SHAME. SHAME.
  • Nadia hates Crumbling Farum Azula and everyone on it.
  • The how, why, and “huh?” of Square Enix’s IP fire sale.
  • We pick our final four nominees for the rebuild of the Top 25 RPGs of all time list!

On our Post Show (available to our Stars of Destiny Patrons and above), Leana sticks around and discusses Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and the state of the MCU!


RPGs and Fighting Games

They share more than just fireballs! Kat and Eric are joined by special guests Brenden Groom and Mitchell Saltzman to discuss why these are two genres that taste great together! What fighting games would make a great RPG? What RPG would make a great fighting game?...

Paying Tribute to Akira Toriyama, Unicorn Overlord, and More

Akira Toriyama died on March 1, leaving behind a legacy that includes Dragon Ball, Dragon Quest, and an incredible impact on both games and anime. With Eric out, Kat and Nadia are joined by Victor Hunter and Ash Paulsen to break down he changed RPGs, our memories of watch Dragon Ball, and more.