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We’ve finally convinced Alan to take another swing at Final Fantasy XII, now that it’s out on Nintendo Switch, and he’s enjoying the heck out of it.

We also have a chat about the names that game developers give games… because frankly, a lot of publishers don’t do a good job there. What makes a video game title good, and why do so many developers and publishers get that wrong?

Finally, we also chat about NISA’s latest one, and talk about all kinds of weird stuff besides.

Thanks as always for tuning in, and we’ll see you next week!


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