The Fall RPG Catch-up and Kat’s Steam Deck Apology

The Fall RPG Catch-up and Kat’s Steam Deck Apology

This week, Kat, Nadia, and Eric are joined by a very special writer friend, Scott White. Scott helps fill in the gang on some of the more important RPGs that have recently landed, including the excellent Trails from Zero, and the reasons why it's a great entry point for the Trails series.

Episode Notes

The weather is truly colorful and crisp — provided you live in the northern hemisphere and aren’t currently in the grip of a climate change-fueled heatwave. Either way, it’s a good time to stay indoors and play the piles of RPGs that are currently available. You could also go outside, but you might, like, see a bug or something. Ew.

This week, Kat, Nadia, and Eric are joined by a very special writer friend, Scott White. Scott helps fill in the gang on some of the more important RPGs that have recently landed, including the excellent Trails from Zero, and the reasons why it’s a great entry point for the Trails series.

Also in this episode:

  • Kat loves the Steam Deck now, we all saw her in the closet, kissing the Steam Deck
  • Final Fantasy XVI is looking pretty dope—and pretty inspired by Final Fantasy VI.
  • How’s the new Mario and Rabbids game? “It’s-a great! Woo hoo!”
  • This week on Autumn of Avatar: Book 2 comes to a close, and the kids are not all right.

In the Post Show

Blood God pal Scott White sticks around for this week’s Axe of the Blood God post-show, which is piled with morsels of great RPG talk. For starters, can anyone out there think of a Christmas-themed RPG? Anyone? Bueller? Also, Eric talks Texas. Yee haw, and etcetera! Available exclusively to members on the Stars of Destiny tier!

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