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Random Encounter 205 – New Year, Same Games

Vibrant neon colours outline a female warrior with a clawed weapon from the video game Final Fantasy Legend and beside her stands a red-coated brown-haired woman with a heart on the chest of her costume holding a clipboard from the game Paradise Killer.

On this episode of Random Encounter, we break into 2021! We’ve got a few panelists chatting about some of their favourite releases of last year. Alana’s been trying to catch up with some popular hits and dove into the bizarre world of Paradies Killer, finding it the ideal murder mystery to listen to while studying. Neal revealed the indie action RPG Luminous Plume and we get into some thoughts on where this one could go. Then there’s the Collection of SaGa: Final Fantasy Legend that Zach’s been plugging away at for the site, which are definitely dated, but it’s a neat package to get into and test your nostalgia with. Finally, we ask this group just what it is they’re most looking forward from the RPG genre in 2021. The usual side-chat and more for your listening pleasure!

Featuring: Greg Delmage, Jono Logan, Neal Chandran, Alana Hagues, Zach Wilkerson; Edited by Brian Ingemanson

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Greg Delmage

Greg Delmage

As a fan of the RPG oeuvre, it seemed only natural that Greg Delmage should join RPGFan on the Random Encounter podcast (and sometimes reviewer)! When not auditioning or doing what he can at RPGFan, Greg enjoys adventuring with his swell partner Annette, helping raise their daughter, and playing many a board and video game! Want to chat all things Nintendo, Final Fantasy or Harvest Moon? Greg is always down.

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