//Subtopics: WAHP has new cover art, reworking the audio for previous episodes, PhyreEngine powering unannounced games, will a Demon’s Souls sequel exist, Kazunori Yamauchi personally beats Forza 3, Hiroshi Yamauchi founds cancer hospital, Nick Rox swears he sees import titles on US Xbox Marketplace, recent announcements of games coming to North America, Twitter Watch, upcoming releases, listener mail, and our super-sizes special on Deadly Premonition, featuring an exclusive interview with the game’s director, SWEARY, with answers read by Franics York Morgan himself (aka voice acting megastar Jeff Kramer).
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Evan and Cameron Pershall discuss Swery65’s B-movie-tastic game Deadly Premonition. In doing so they also address the depictions of homosexual video game characters and the bizarre public decency of John Shaft.
Music (by Ryou Kinugasa, Takuya Kobayashi, and Hiromi Mizutani): Intro: “Life is Beautiful” | Outro: “The Woods and the Goddess”
Deadly Premonition: Shovelware or Game of the Year? We’re pretty enamored with it, and we spend the entire show telling you why. We discuss its critical response, its connection to Twin Peaks, the mystique of Francis York Morgan, and why it may feature the best storytelling in the history of games. A NOTE ABOUT SPOILERS: The first half of the show is spoiler-free; the second half is spoiler-packed. We tell you when to stop listening if you want to experience the ending yourself (which you absolutely should). Featuring Brad Gallaway, Dan Weissenberger, Richard Naik, and Tim “Call Me Tim” Spaeth.
GameCritics.com Podcast: Episode 47 Third Annual Holiday Awards Spectacular
Gather round the fire, friends, as we celebrate the year in games—the good, the bad, the really bad, and everything in between. It’s our 3rd Annual Holiday Awards Spectacular! Plus, Brad’s son stops by to share his best and worst of the year, and we announce the winners of our Game Credit Giveaway! Featuring Brad Gallaway, Mike Bracken, Richard Naik, Dan Weissenberger, and Tim “Counting is Hard” Spaeth. Happy Holidays to all our listeners!!
Matthew Sawrey, Shane Ryan and Richard Murphy discuss Deadly Premonition for episode 18 of the Thundercast. Matt discovers horses, Shane fights a cold to continue his insistent praise of Deadly Premonition as this generation’s best, and Richard is shocked at the price of Twin Peaks on DVD.
“I’ve been through a lot of crazy situations, but that one… that one takes the cake.”
After a four year absence following 2003’s Spy Fiction on the PS2, Director Hidetaka Suehiro unveiled Rainy Woods at Tokyo Game Show 2007. This heavily Twin Peaks inspired psychological thriller-slash-survival horror finally emerged in 2010 under the name Deadly Premonition (Red Seeds Profile in its native Japan), to a wildly mixed reception. Welcome to Greenvale, where the townsfolk are literally bending over backwards to greet you.
Music used in this issue:
Track 1: Life is Beautiful by Riyou Kinugasa/Takuya Kobayashi/Hiromi Mizutani
Track 2: Underground by Riyou Kinugasa/Takuya Kobayashi/Hiromi Mizutani
Track 3: FBI Special Agent by Riyou Kinugasa/Takuya Kobayashi/Hiromi Mizutani
Gary Butterfield, Kole Ross, and Bob Mackey ask Zach whether or not Deadly Premonition is worth playing (it is).
Continuing the WOLF (Watch Out for Lens Flare!) Initiative, we address the quirkiest survival horror game of the past decade. Francis York Morgan is an FBI agent who specializes in investigating the murders of young women. Oh, and red seeds. It gets much weirder from there.
One to one hundred! Wow how have we got this far. We are joined by guest Marcus Reed to discuss all things he liked about Dragon Age. We dare to dream about publishing a game and how scared can a trailer get you.
Indi Publishing, Bioshock Infinite, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Star Wars Battlefront, Abduction, Until Dawn, Deadly Premonition, D4, GTAV, Far Cry 4, Last Of Us.
Paul forces — well, coaxes — Kris into playing Deadly Premonition, a survival horror game he describes as Twin Peaks crossed with Tommy Wiseau’s The Room. And speaking of Wiseau, Paul shares a clip from an interview he did with Wiseau. Plus a message from Deadly Premonition‘s creator, Swery!
Plus plus an exciting announcement regarding PAX Australia!
Beware! A spirit from the ghost of podcast episodes past approaches!. On this week’s episode the gang and some very special guests dive into the first of what will hopefully be many episodes covering the legendary survival horror game, Deadly Premonition. Things get off to a very rocky start but soon settle into a very rocky groove and finish, also rockily. We’ve still got some audio issues but bear with us. Things might get better some day. Happy 2016 listeners and enjoy the first episode of this wonderful new year!
The Crash Test Podcast: Episode 11 – Deadly Premonition Part 2
This week we continue our decent into Twin Peaks tinged madness as we return to Deadly Premonition. We’re joined by two very special guests that were tapped for their expertise in everything Twin Peaks which does not affect the episode in any significant way! The best laid plans, am I right? Stay tuned for a peek back inside the world of puberty based literature and stick around until the end to witness the resurgence of the ages old milk vs no milk debate.
The Crash Test Podcast: Episode 12 – Deadly Premonition Part 3
Very exciting discussions this week like the Super Nintendo’s 25th birthday, Time’s (terrible) top 50 games of all time list, and the new Nintendo Direct. We also discuss games like Deadly Premonition and Hyper Light Drifter.
0.30 Sickness in the Error Machine camp 2.00 Nose hairs 5.15 Tired Dustin is tired 6.25 Our next retrospective 11.35 Luke beat DMC 13.35 Deadly Premonition 19.45 Hyper Light Drifter 28.30 New releases 31.50 SNES turns 25 35.00 Time’s stupid best games list 46.16 Nintendo Direct summary 57.55 Outro/Plugs @TheDustinThomas @BygJuce Facebook.com/errormac Search “Error Machine” on YouTube Don’t forget to rate, comment, and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, or the Google Music Store.
Two Twin Peaks homages enter, and both leave, though one a bit less bloodied than the other — find out what to make of these strange half thrillers, half adaptations, half procedurals in today’s episode!
Intro music is S. Halle and P. Alanko’s “Welcome to Bright Falls” from the Alan Wake OST and outro music the “Whistle Theme” from the Deadly Premonition OST.
We meet again to continue the the FMV triple trilogy. Mattan joins Shawn and Boris to discuss Thimbleweed Park (2017), Deadly Premonition (2010) And Under a Killing Moon (1994).
We dive deep into the weirdness, trying to figure out what was intended and what was a happy mistake, talk about David Lynch as an inspiration and Twin Peaks as a Destination, and drink some coffee (moderately).
*SPOILERS* for Under a Killing Moon
1:50 – Thimbleweed Park
37:50 – Deadly Premonition
1:02:40 – Under a Killing Moon
1:35:50 – Comparison
Ep.11 Deadly Premonition -Life is Beautiful! This week we take a look at the Twin Peaks inspired,Deadly Premonition. Zach…Take a trip on the weird side with us…Questions/Comments? Hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1337fmnerdtalkradio.com!
The adventures of Game Club 199X continue as the crew tackle their greatest challenge yet! HG101’s own Super Fighting Animal Team discuss the games you nominate on Twitter, and then, using a series of complicated algorithms and dark sciences, give them a very official, very final ranking on a rapidly growing list. Stay up to date by following @GC9X on Twitter! Twitter nominations are closed for the foreseeable future, but we’re still taking nominations via five-star reviews on iTunes and Stitcher. Will you be the one to nominate the greatest game of all time?
See what’s been ranked and nominated so far by checking out The Big List.
Join the HG101 Elder Statesmen of ROCK as they talk about hunting skeletons to their imaginary friend in a car. Games: Deadly Premonition, Forbidden Forest