Podcasts- Lesbian Talk episode46 (3rd Down 2d3 to go)

Me and Omega have ourselves a podcast! And we talk about… Lesbian stuff like.. LGBT stuff.

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  1. First off, I’m glad that nature’s attack on Omega were once again not enough to match her.

    Hearing about how that superbowl went almost makes me wish I’d seen it. Sounds kind of amusing. ‘though re-watching volcano would probably be even more hilarious. (I remember that one being the first time I truly realized that scientific advisors on a movie mean exactly jack. They really were blatant enough to hype the “scientific accuracy” back then.)

    Timelords With The Glasses…. There is potential there.

    I have a theory about Western Horseman Guy – Seeing as he was so insistent on the magazine being in perfect condition, it’s safe to say that he’s an avid collector. I guess that he has every single issue in mint condition, and the collection and upkeep of a 100% flawless, complete collection has become an obsession for him, getting worse and worse the longer he is at it. I think it’s called the “sunk cost effect”.

    Hagan has four 9s?
    That’s as many as 36.
    And that is terrible.

    Did I hear Splatterhouse? Hm, if your experience with it matches mine, you have by now already completed it and unlocked all the achievements. Still worth it, though, if you ask me.

    • Im stuck on the first platforming bit because the jump is so shit.

      • Oh yeah… That was a bit tricky. I forgot how exactly I did that, but it might have involved using the run button awkwardly.

  2. I can’t find anywhere to else to put this, but general warning, the link on this page to Cinfully Wicked Critiques has been redirected to a landing page that could install viruses. It links to a fake Flash update. DO NOT INSTALL IT.

  3. I recommend XCOM: Enemy Unknown. It’s a tactical sim rather than an RPG (commando squad missions against X-Files aliens, basically), but you can customize and rename all your soldiers, so it would lend itself really well to your TGWTG gang thing (in fact lots of people do that sort of thing with it: inserting their friends into the game, or recreating movie/TV character teams, etc).

  4. Shadowrun Returns is absolutely worth a play, especially since you loved the snes shadowrun. Please Diamanda, give it a try.

    http://www.shadowrun.com/shadowrun-returns/

    • I second this opinion. Diamanda, from what you said Shdowrun Returns is EXACTLY the game you want, except with slgihtly more modern (though still 3/4ths view pseudo3D rather than first-person) graphics.

      You can play the campagin that coems with the game, ooooorrr….you can play campaigns made by yourself or by other players, even the storylines of S:R are moddable.

  5. Glad to see that you are alright.

    Also, Hagan do you have tattoos?

  6. What, you mean Hagan DOESN’T break into people’s houses and yell at them for liking New Who? I’m actually more disappointed than relieved.

    On the topic of Bioware games, ever thought of giving the Mass Effect series a try? It’s more sci-fi shooter than sword and sorcery, but it has the same thing going in terms of storytelling and building your party. Also, aliens reacting to human popular culture (and vice versa) is always fun.

    • “Housebreaking with Hagan”, a new crossover special.

  7. A thought occurred to me while listening to this episode, I would pay good money to see Hagan and Omega do a let’s play of Dwarf Fortress. I’m not joking about this. If you guys put this behind a paywall I would pay however much you asked to watch the two of you play all the way through a fortress.

    Or a let’s play in general really, it sounds entertaining.

    As an old school RPG fan, it felt immensely gratifying to have some one actually seem to remember Icewind Dale and the Balur’s Gate series, so thanks for that.

    Finally, Veteran’s are sort of a pet issue of mine (since I am one) and I have to say that Hagan is pretty much spot on in her assessment of America’s simultaneous fetishization and neglect of its soldiers, sadly enough. Honestly even when I was a soldier I found it kind of creepy since in neither of my deployments did I feel like I was defending jack shit, nor did I do anything that different from a normal job aside from people trying to kill me occasionally.

  8. A thought occurred to me while listening to this episode, I would pay good money to see Hagan and Omega do a let’s play of Dwarf Fortress. I’m not joking about this. If you guys put this behind a paywall I would pay however much you asked to watch the two of you play all the way through a fortress.

    Or a let’s play in general really, it sounds entertaining.

    As an old school RPG fan, it felt immensely gratifying to have some one actually seem to remember Icewind Dale and the Balur’s Gate series, so thanks for that.

    Finally, Veteran’s are sort of a pet issue of mine (since I am one) and I have to say that Hagan is pretty much spot on in her assessment of America’s simultaneous fetishization and neglect of its soldiers, sadly enough. Honestly even when I was a soldier I found it kind of creepy since in neither of my deployments did I feel like I was defending jack shit, nor did I do anything that different from a normal job aside from people trying to kill me occasionally.


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