After more than a month without a new episode Gamers' Razor is back together for a square table discussion. The first half is marred by a few technical errors but we had a great time nonetheless. We go over an old first person puzzle game with great music called Shivers 2, upcoming 2014 games, the new consoles’ resolution debate, the new Robocop, Almost Human, Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon, Mass Effect (yes, again), The Walking Dead TV series, The Boondock Saints, a little known indie game called TITANFALL!!!! And a lot of other random crap I can’t even remember.
Included in this episode in the beginning and an intermission are two songs by the fictional band Trip Cyclone which was created for the 1997 Sierra PC game Shivers 2. The band’s songs were featured in the game with lyrics that had clues to puzzles. The band included Jason Lindsey, lead guitarist and vocalist for band Posted Oval, who also worked tech support for Sierra Online at the time. If you want to see more from him he has a YouTube page called MetalJesusRocks. Gamers’ Razor gains no profit from these songs’ inclusion.
Intro song: “Was I Even There?” by Trip Cyclone.
Intermission song: “Spell It Out” by Trip Cyclone.
Outro song: “Sting Chameleon Uses Bubble Crab’s Very Essence as a Cheap Bathroom Product” by Theory of N. This is a remix of “Bubble Crab Stage” and “Sting Chameleon Stage,” both originally by Yuki Iwai. Download at http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR02817/.
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