The Abnormal Mapping Podcast
Abnormal Mapping is a games show for everybody! M, Jackson and sometimes Destiny are here to discuss why they love games, free from the need to be current and plugged in from the often exhausting video game scene.
Every month, we play a game - old or new, big or small, good or bad - and talk about it. We've been doing this for over three years now and all of our episodes are evergreen and welcoming to jump into! We hope you enjoy.
NICE! Welcome to our weed-numbered episode of our ongoing Final Fantasy Adventure as we cover a game not called Final Fantasy Adventure, but instead take a deep dive into Spira and the wonders and horrors within. Please join us as we curse our old man, remember a time when everyone was laughing but only we meant it, and answered the age old question: what if Final Fantasy XIII was good?
Things Discussed: Mario 64, Mario Sunshine, Yono: The Celestial Elephants, Golf Story, The Sonic Forces Discourse, Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy XIII
Next Month's Game Club: Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
In the second episode of Abnormal Mapping, M and Jackson have breaking news about the new console generation, M discovers a beloved franchise maybe isn’t as beloved as they thought it would be, and Jackson hears a question so profound it makes them drop their coffee cup.
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Hello friends! This week we're doing an extra special grab bag of things. Please enjoy this far reaching discussion of five game club games: Ridiculous Fishing, Bernband, Radiator 2, Gravity Bone, and Balloon Fight. Thanks to everyone who suggested these games on our Patreon.
Things Discussed: Ridiculous Fishing, Jetpack Joyride, Bernband, Radiator 2, Hurt Me Plenty, Succulent, Stick Shift, Deathspank (fuck you), Gravity Bone, Balloon Fight, Iwata o7, Iwata Wii U, Iwata Game Centre
Next Month's Game Club: Final Fantasy X
The mappers find themselves in a glitch world, where the insomnia madness encroaches and the very internet begins to disintegrate. Our intrepid heroes carry on, reversing the course of last month’s progress to embrace the numbers and meters of ye olden games, and ride this regression wave directly into the past to confront the satanic baby of Johns Carmack and Romero within its pixelated heavy metal womb. Will a carton of juice and a shotgun be enough to survive this trek?
Games Discussed: Bravely Default, Doom