Insert Credit Scottish Correspondent Mathew Kumar joins the panel to answer MoxBagel’s questions on Dragon Quest’s art style, mutants without souls, and Zom Brady.

Questions this week:

  1. When has depriving you of your equipment or weapons felt best in a video game? (05:19)
  2. What video game house would you want to live in? (08:40)
  3. What other Bobble genres should Taito explore? (12:16)
  4. How big of an influence on Dragon Quest is Toriyama's art? (16:02)
  5. What would be the best type of game to release in weekly small installments over 5-6 months like a TV show? (21:33)
  6. What futuristic sports game would make the best transition to real life, assuming an unlimited budget? (28:29)
  7. Has any game captured the elegant action of Yuen Woo Ping's fight choreography? (34:34)
  8. What game is most improved by promoting and powering up the lowliest enemy to be the final boss? (40:18)

LIGHTNING ROUND: Scottish Games Shootout (43:22)

Recommendations and Outro (53:10)

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Hosted by Colin AKA MoxBagel, with Frank Cifaldi, Tim Rogers, and Mathew Kumar. Edited by Esper Quinn. Original Music by Kurt Feldman.