The panel reunites in total to cover the death of the Stadia, if it’s ever okay to make a 30 FPS game, and Aqua Teen Hunger Force.

Questions this week:

  1. Find any long lost NES games lately, Frank? (06:18)
  2. What do we have to say about the passing of the Stadia? (13:15)
  3. Which video game franchise took the greatest number of releases to start getting interesting? (19:01)
  4. When can a current game justify a 30 FPS frame rate? (25:03)
  5. Jaffe Guesses the Golden Age of Konami – Round 5 (36:21)
  6. Spencer’s Gifts asks: What is the best non-interactive work of video game media? (41:54)
  7. Is there a video game you think would have been more successful if it was released later? (47:43)
  8. What is the Aqua Teen Hunger Force of video games? (52:16)

LIGHTNING ROUND: GameFAQ&As - Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (59:18)

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Brandon: Reservation Dogs, play Control in German

Tim: Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire, put a “Skip Intro” on Star Trek: The Next Generation if you’re someone who has the ability to make that happen inside Paramount+

Frank: Check out the weird rough draft of the HD restoration that introduces each episode of The Next Generation on Pluto TV’s Star Trek channel

Edited by Esper Quinn. Original Music by Kurt Feldman.