Episode 5 – Media Influences: Video Games

The third and final episode regarding media influences, and if the Furry Fandom influenced the cast’s choices of entertainment. TK, Xavier and Hedgie bring up their video game history, and discuss what they like before and after becoming furry. As before, this is not a deep dive into any topic.

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Topics points include:
Xavier’s introduction into gaming
Batman: Arkham Asylum (and other Batman games through the ages)
The Dizzy series
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger
Taz-Mania
Bubsy
Altered Beast
Dance Dance Revolution / Dancing Stage
Rock Band / Guitar Hero
The Sonic the Hedgehog Series
Garfield: Big Fat Hairy Deal
Fantasy World Dizzy
Bishi Bashi
Gauntlet Legends
Ratchet and Clank
Sam and Max games
Brok: The Investigator
Lovers of Aether
Rivals of Aether
How TK got into gaming
Monster Rancher vs Pokémon
Spyhunter
First game played
Pong
Jet Set Willy
Jetpack
Space Invaders
Captain Comic
Duke Nukem
Commander Keen
Metal Slug
Contra
Silkworm
Repairing old gaming devices
Spyro the Dragon
Croc
Parappa the Rapper
Crash Bandicoot
Gex
What could define a Mascot Platformer
Tanglewood
The Legend of Kay
Fox ‘N’ Forest
Furwind
Claws of Fury
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles trailer from .emu
Spirit of the North
Stories: The Path of Destinies
Kingsley’s Adventure
Armello
The joys of making videos for TigerTails Gaming
More on the Sonic the Hedgehog series
Alien Isolation
Games that make TK vomit
Summation and wrap up

The cast would love to hear from you if you have anything to add to the conversation, so please leave feedback about the show, or share your own experiences and tales, and they may well be talked about in future episodes.

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