Hey Poor Podcast Episode 87: Kingdom Hearts 1.5 + 2.5 Final Mix Remix: School Idol Festival (& Knuckles)


“Comedy Is Hard, As This Show Demonstrates”

HPPodcast 87

This week, host I “I Don’t Have Any Waifus” Coleman is once again joined by HeyPoorPlayer’s biggest fans of highly questionable anime: Anthony “Two MS Paint Legs Sticking Out Of Each Breast” Spivey and Nathan “The Animal Crossing Murderer” Terencio. This episode manages to be much more reserved (and much more PG) than the last episode with this trio, with plenty of discussion of gaming memories, Nintendo’s continued attempts to sabotage their own products, and the perceived difference between art and entertainment. But it’s not all serious, as we also talk about a bold new design for The Legend of Zelda’s Navi, Nathan’s weird obsession with the possibility of a Nintendo theme part, and the greatest animated television program of all time: Megas XLR.

Also, Anthony was using a new setup this week and wasn’t using it quite right, so audio quality takes a bit of a dip this week. Sorry about that. It’s still more than listenable, we promise.

Games/Films/TV of the Week: Digimon World: Next Order, Fire Emblem Heroes, Psychonauts, Sid Meier’s Pirates, the original Animal Crossing, Konosuba, Nights of Azure, more Pathologic

Audience Questions: Games you wanted to play but couldn’t, funny game experiences, favorite character death in games, games as art vs games as entertainment

The News: The new Samurai Jack trailer, GameSpot’s Circle of Life, Final Fantasy VII remake’s kind-of sort-of delay (and Square Enix’s many recent screw-ups), Nintendo’s rumored 3DS successor, cancelled Switch preorders

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I. Coleman
I Coleman believes that videogames are the most important, most fascinating, and most potentially world-changing entertainment medium today. When not saying dorky, embarrassing crap like that, I is a game designer, science fiction author, and former reviews editor for the now-defunct GamerSyndrome.com with years of experience writing for and about games.

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