The History of Quintet

The History of Quintet

Before NieR's depressing side quests, Quintet was giving kids lessons about the uncaring neutrality of the universe back in the 90s!

Episode Notes

Before NieR’s depressing side quests, Quintet was giving kids lessons about the uncaring neutrality of the universe back in the 90s! Journey through the morally-grey, bleak worlds of Quintet and its adorable 16-bit veneer with host Nadia Oxford and special guests Anthony John Agnello and Scott White! Terranigma, Illusion of Gaia, ActRaiser, Soul Blazer and more in this retrospective deep dive!

Also in this Episode:
– Sad goats
– The only podcast that has ever talked about Robotrek
– Mysterious disappearances
– Listen real close and you can hear Victor (your old pal from the edit bay) getting more and more frustrated no one is talking about Quintet’s best game, Planet Laika

Timestamps:

00:48 – Intros
1:03:12 – The Tavern
1:13:28 – Nadia’s Nostalgia Nook

Music Used in this Episode:

A Curious Tale – [Secret of Mana]
Light and Darkness – [Terranigma]

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