Octopath Traveler II Deep Dive

Octopath Traveler II Deep Dive

This week, we have an in-depth discussion about Octopath Traveler II, an excellent choice from our $100 Patron and special guest, The Black Stones!

Episode Notes

Howdy, friends! We’ve got a treat that’ll make y’all happier than a fox in a henhouse! This week, we have an in-depth discussion about Octopath Traveler II, an excellent choice from our $100 Patron and special guest, The Black Stones! The talk avoids major story spoilers, but there’s still tons to go over because Octopath Traveler II is a pretty special game. Its battle system is unique and highly engaging, its music is to die for, and its story is masterfully written and seamlessly interwoven into the game’s mechanics. Shucks, I guarantee this episode’ll have you eatin’ better than a sow in an apple field!

Also in this Episode

  • The PlayStation Showcase sure did happen
  • Should we drop numbers from Final Fantasy game titles? No. But let’s grouse about it anyway
  • A new Dragon Quest Monsters game is in development because sometimes the world is OK
  • Our watch of The Legend of Korra reaches the end of Book One
  • Game Genie! It was rad! It was waaaay far out!! And so on

Timestamps

  • 00:00 – Intro
  • 06:21 – Octopath Traveler II
  • 56:48 – Random Encounters
  • 1:02:45 – The Tavern/What We’re Playing
  • 1:25:05 – Summer of Korra
  • 1:41:55 – The Nostalgia Nook/Outro

Music Used in this Episode

  • Do Your Best! [Breath of Fire III]
  • Octopath Traveler Main Theme [Octopath Traveler II]
  • The Legend of Korra Main Theme [The Legend of Korra]
  • A Curious Tale [Secret of Mana]
  • Partitio’s Theme [Octopath Traveler II]

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