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Episode 271:

Eternal Darkness

00:00 / 01:04

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I wanted to sneak this one in last week, but I wasn't able to finish it in time, so consider this your Halloween Hangover episode. One more creepy game to wrap October up - Eternal Darkness for the Nintendo GameCube.

This might be the weirdest fucking game I've ever played. You play as a bunch of different characters from different periods throughout history, all connected by this creepy book made of skin called The Tome of Eternal Darkness. The game revolves around solving puzzles while slowly losing your mind, and some of the "insanity" effects it tosses at you are legit fucked up.

I wasn't able to finish it (I explain why on the episode), but I genuinely thought it was creative as hell. It didn't sell well back when it released and it's a bit of a collector's item now, but I think if Eternal Darkness released today, people would adore it for how far outta the box it thinks.

My pal Daniel (and his dog, Tank zzz) swing by the show this week to talk about the creative excellence that is Eternal Darkness. Did I lose my mind (no pun intended) over the glitch that ruined my chance to beat the game? Have a listen and find out.

And before we go crazy, I deliver another edition of the Infamous Intro!

This week, we get into an idea for GameStop that one listener thinks might help keep the company alive. Where the hell are the Fire Emblem reviews!?!? And what do I think of the new Blink album?

Plus we play another round of 'Play One, Remake One, Erase One', too! This one stars the 3 expensive as fuck GameCube games: Skies of Arcadia, Fire Emblem, and Chibi-Robo!

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