4Player Podcast #680 - The Blue Room Show (Resident Evil Village, The Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap, and More!)

Published by 4Player Podcast on May 17, 2021
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Resident Evil has long been a celebrated franchise here at 4Player in one way or another so this week, we spend a considerable amount of time discussing our thoughts on Resident Evil Village. On top of that, we challenge ourselves to avoid mentioning previous games in the franchise with varying degrees of success. Nolan continued his journey into Zelda's celebrated past by playing The Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap for the first time and in the second segment, we revisit some of our favorite in-store demos from our youth and answer some fun hypotheticals courtesy of our Patreon and Twitch supporter questions.

This Week's Discussion Topics:

Resident Evil Village
The Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap
Questions from Patreon / Twitch Supporters
and more...

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    1 year, 2 months ago

    I respect Brad’s viewpoint about the map and clearing rooms. I frequently did the same thing, and often ended up frustrated in a room for 5 straight minutes, just to finally see a piece of scrap that blended into the dark background it hid in. This ultimately lead to me leaving some small rooms alone late game, as i knew it had been thoroughly checked for anything worthwhile, and I wasn’t going to find any sort of $10,000 treasure just laying around.

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    1 year, 2 months ago

    Hi, a comment on an earlier episode (hope that's allowed), but one of you should play that 5D Chess With Multiverse Time Travel with Krispy. That game is wild. You're losing? Send a piece back in time and create an alternate timeline! Think you found a timeline where you might win? Flood the board with pieces from other multiverses and secure it! Your opponent's good defense doesn't mean anything when the queen from timeline 4 can checkmate their king in timeline 2 across TIME and SPACE. No, I don't understand it either, but it's fun to try and win when you have 3 kings on the same board because of time travel bullshit.

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    1 year, 2 months ago

    Speaking of happenstance kiosk memories, I remember going to Target and playing a game set up there. It was a car combat game and I wasn't really good at it, constantly running into walls, catching on fire, damaging myself with my own weapons until my car's back window shattered. It blow my mind at the time (probably 1999 or 2000?). I could remember it was a Twisted Metal game, but couldn't recall which one.

    Fast-forward a little, I get into my mom's car after middle school one day and she hands me a PS1 game case. It was Twisted Metal 2. Even though it wasn't the game I had played in Target (only after playing 2 and 3 would I eventually play 4 which was indeed the game at Target), it was the very beginning of my love for the Twisted Metal series as a whole.