Lunar, Ys, and More: The Earliest RPGs on CD

Lunar, Ys, and More: The Earliest RPGs on CD

This week, Kat and Nadia take on a very special request to talk about the semi-lost "in between" era of CD JRPGs including series like Lunar, Ys, and more.

Episode Notes

Another Patron-requested topic approaches! This week, Kat and Nadia take on a very special request to talk about the semi-lost “in between” era of CD JRPGs. If you’re an old person, you’ll know all about said era: It was an awkward but interesting time when some 16-bit consoles received CD player add-ons. A host of one-of-a-kind RPGs followed from series like Lunar, Ys, and more. It was a time when 16-color anime cutscenes were king, and localization company Working Designs made sure not to skimp on the Bill Clinton jokes. Get your slap bracelets ready. Special thanks to $50 Patron Visa-Valtteri Pimiä for both their generous support and the great idea!

Also in this episode: Monster Hunter Rise gets a Rathalos-sized update, Pokemon Snap seems lovely, Returnal is perfectly spooky, and Shin Megami Tensei 3’s Matador seems really wild about Hanukkah.

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