Archive for the 'AAT' Category

[EP016] Another Code: R

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Davide and Robert talk about the worst game they played for the show so far, in which a relaxing camping vacation becomes a weirdly nonsensical thriller.

INVENTORY

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[EP015] Aviary Attorney

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Davide and Robert learn some history by playing a surprisingly good game about anthropomorphic animals and the complex politics of toppling a regime.

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Davide and Robert delve into the second most convoluted mansion in videogames. Featuring the cruelty of ghosts.

INVENTORY

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[EP013] Glass Rose - Part 2

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Davide and Robert finish playing Glass Rose. This game... just... this game...

INVENTORY

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[EP012] Glass Rose - Part 1

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Davide and Robert play through the first half of the PS2 adventure game Glass Rose. A game about a timetraveling pop singer (sort of) who goes around highlighting words and solving (or not) Tangram puzzles.

INVENTORY

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[EP011] Flower, Sun and Rain

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Davide and Robert play the Suda51 adventure Flower, Sun & Rain and are pretty divided about it. Will this be the zupple that break the podcast?

INVENTORY

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[EP010] The Silver Case - Part 2

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Davide and Robert join the Jackal Club Club. Also they finish talking about The Silver Case, a game that is apparently bananas. (more...)

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[EP009] The Silver Case - Part 1

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Davide and Robert play a game that's both the newest and the oldest game featured in the podcast yet: The Silver Case. An eerie horror-noir from the early days of noted videogame madman Goichi Suda. (more...)

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Davide and Robert are joined by Garrett and Chris from Tsunderanime to talk about the Ace Attorney Film in an episode more loose and relaxing than usual.

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Davide and Robert try to make sense of the last case of Ace Attorney: Trials And Tribulations, in the episode that temporarely ends their exploration of the Ace Attorney franchise.

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