SBFC 096

Everyone Saw His Balls on Stream

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Length 3:23:25
Date Jun 9, 2015
Previous Mefense Of Be Ancients
Next Everybody Rumoured. Nobody Believed. NOW YOU SEE IT’S TRUE.
“Here's my review of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, but it's actually a description of my bowel movement.” — Pat

Everyone Saw His Balls on Stream is the ninety-sixth episode of the Super Best Friendcast.

About Edit

The Pre-E3 leaks have started! I wonder how many awesome stories we’ll miss while recording today!
— Podcast description

Quotes Edit

I talked to our lawyers and Zach told me this was okay to do.
— Woolie
You're looking at a Rubik's cube trapped in a Jenga.
— Matt
Somewhere above Freddy Vs. Jason and below Marble Hornets.
— Liam
Here's my review of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, but it's actually a description of my bowel movement.
— Pat
Band Aids don't cover bullet wounds.
— Matt
And your letter might sound something like catalyst.
— Pat
You can't kick a chihuahua. They'll just fall apart.
— Pat
They're like Legos.
— Liam
Do the Boltons sing that Lonely Island song?
— Pat

Letter Time Edit

Q: What's favorite super free sound effect is in a fighting game? from Twan

Q: Who is the second best boss in all of character action? I say second best to spare us the entirely justified chorus of Virgil 3. from Conor

  • Matt: Generic thing in Enslaved and the gorilla in Asura's Wrath
  • Pat: I'm gonna disqualify all human bosses from this answer because that would be too easy. Devil May Cry Phantom
  • Liam: The Wonderful 101 Jergingha

Q: What constitutes a Shmup and how can one be God-like at them? from Alex

  • Matt: The term was coined for plane games.
  • Pat: Gradius or Robotron or Touhou.
  • Woolie: Plane games like 1942.

Q: Dear shiny and chrome cast, do you think it's better for a development studio to have unlimited resources, i.e. money and staff, in order for them to create a game as big as their imaginations or is it better for them to have limited resources so they have to find creative ways around their limitations? from Babylegs O'Houlihan

  • Matt: Ultimately, it's better to have less.
  • Pat: Great games like The Witcher have come out of limited resources.
  • Woolie: Limitations help some games.
  • Liam: It depends entirely on the idea.

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