European video game documentarian Kim Justice joins the panel to discuss a broad variety of accents, whether or not Sonic R is a British game, and a revisit of our Best British Games list.

Questions this week:

  1. Has a video game ever captured the qualities of sumo? (10:46)
  2. What are the most essential things we wouldn’t have in games today without the early European games scene? (17:46)
  3. Apart from brand recognition, what are the advantages and disadvantages of working on a licensed game? (25:55)
  4. What is the worst video game the most people have played? (32:52)
  5. Carl/Charles: What would an English version of The Tairyou Jigoku’s multiple dialect options be like? (40:23)

LIGHTNING ROUND: Best British Games revisitation (50:27)

Recommendations and Outro (01:01:25)

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Frank: Kim Justice as a concept

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Hosted by Alex Jaffe, with Frank Cifaldi, Tim Rogers, Brandon Sheffield, and Kim Justice. Edited by Esper Quinn. Original Music by Kurt Feldman.