Dinosaurs, spooky cameras and gho... phan... Yo-Kai. I thought Hallowe'en was in October?
Here's the scariest part about this episode: It's nearly an hour before we live up to our name. In New Business, Stephen begins the Nintendo parade with The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes - a tight little game that really believes in the rule of 3. Donald picks up the baton with Yoshi's Woolly World, which might have displaced dancing atop his GOTY list, then the musical SRPG Stella Glow (if you know where the CEO of Imageepoch is, we'd like to hear it) and talks Level 5 Game with Yo-Kai Watch (demo) impressions. The spoooooooky parade continues as Austen hits Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water, before attending a somewhat dead Corpse Party and hitting three Platinum trophies along the way.
For Whatcha Watchin', Stephen opens the bidding at Parasyte, which really got under his skin. Donald attempts to make a philosopher's stone with his own viewing of Fullmetal Alchemist (the good one), before snagging a few episodes of Yo-Kai Watch the TV show - which is more Teen Titans Go than Pokemon. Austen realizes that anime was a mistake, so he catches up on a couple of pilots in Ash v Evil Dead and Supergirl.
The news round hits Paris Games Week (with enough VR to choke a horse), Nintendo's financials and mobile ambitions, and Microsoft wimping out on reporting Xbox numbers. Again. In the Mushrooms, it's morning again in Canada, but Stephen can't see it because of various updates.
Be sure to save Saturday, December 5 on your calendar as we're going to be doing it live one more time (for the kids, y'know). And this year we might be going later than ever. In the meantime, drop us a line below, email or tweet us if there's something you want us to cover on the show!
This episode was recorded on November 1 and edited by Donald Theriault. All music and clips provided for commentary purposes. Pray for Donald, who will be trying to edit the next shows while under November review pressure.