Retronauts Vol. III Episode 26: RPG Battle Systems

retronauts:

Retronauts 26 cover

Hey folks, it’s Bob again with my second-to-last episode of the season—but don’t worry, there’s still a few to follow after mine. That said, this is a good one, with a topic brought to us by guest backer Cary Hamby, who unfortunately couldn’t make it in to be a guest on the show (but we still love him). Now, the subject of RPG battle systems might at first seem a little too specific for a…

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I put this one together. Listen and enjoy!

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gamespite:

nadiaoxford:

kyarumii:

Sure. Let’s just go down to the Anus Hole and get some ice cream

Their ice cream is shitty and the ambiance stinks.

I hear the only flavor they sell is chocolate.

It’s located just off the Hershey Highway.

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k-eke:

The Legend of Zelda : Feather Time.

Join this new epic adventure introducing pigeon Link !

… Well I wanted to create an epic legend …. with birds ^p^” !

feitclub:

gamespite:

nodamncatnodamncradle:

…….they think iPads can actually assemble the food?

I am always fascinated by cynical political ad campaigns that encourage people to vote against their own best interests, and depressed by how often they succeed.

the url BADIDEACA describes this ad more than the idea it decries
self-checkout exists in many stores, but there are still lines for human cashiers because most of the time, it’s easier to let a professional handle the machine
hell, nine times out of ten when I use self-checkout I need an employee to help me because of some software quirk
and while I’ve seen touch-panel menus here in Japan, it’s always for the most basic shit possible: kaiten sushi, where you just order a little plate of this or that, and the food comes on a conveyor belt
so go ahead, California, I dare you to open an all-iPad restaurant. you’ll still need to pay people to make and deliver the food but you’ll also need to pay people to explain to the customers how iPads work, so your net savings will be negligible.

feitclub:

gamespite:

nodamncatnodamncradle:

…….they think iPads can actually assemble the food?

I am always fascinated by cynical political ad campaigns that encourage people to vote against their own best interests, and depressed by how often they succeed.

the url BADIDEACA describes this ad more than the idea it decries

self-checkout exists in many stores, but there are still lines for human cashiers because most of the time, it’s easier to let a professional handle the machine

hell, nine times out of ten when I use self-checkout I need an employee to help me because of some software quirk

and while I’ve seen touch-panel menus here in Japan, it’s always for the most basic shit possible: kaiten sushi, where you just order a little plate of this or that, and the food comes on a conveyor belt

so go ahead, California, I dare you to open an all-iPad restaurant. you’ll still need to pay people to make and deliver the food but you’ll also need to pay people to explain to the customers how iPads work, so your net savings will be negligible.

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megaloveluck:

Bartkira Couch Gag. I wanted to make a gif representative of the whole pursuit and so I felt this particular scene was most appropriate. For a moment I was planning on having him slide in on the couch but the temptation of drawing the bike was tooo strong.

megaloveluck:

Bartkira Couch Gag. I wanted to make a gif representative of the whole pursuit and so I felt this particular scene was most appropriate. For a moment I was planning on having him slide in on the couch but the temptation of drawing the bike was tooo strong.

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HANGMAN MODE

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idrawnintendo:

Been thinking about Skull Kid and Majora’s Mask. The more I think about it, the more I realize what a wonderful game it really is in context of the series. It’s a game about alienation, loneliness and the importance of friendship, and in its own strange way it just may be the saddest and most personal Zelda game.

idrawnintendo:

Been thinking about Skull Kid and Majora’s Mask. The more I think about it, the more I realize what a wonderful game it really is in context of the series. It’s a game about alienation, loneliness and the importance of friendship, and in its own strange way it just may be the saddest and most personal Zelda game.

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evilbrainfromouterspace:

I’m so angry 

evilbrainfromouterspace:

I’m so angry