Episode 58: Octobraid Time Traveler

Hello, and welcome to another episode of Talk This! It’s Dangerous to Podcast Alone. This week, we’re talking about Braid and Octopath Traveler, which ends up being Madelyn complaining a lot about one and Emma complaining a lot about the other. We’re very critical people.

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Braid screenshot featuring Tim and a dinosaur

Braid is a 2008 indie puzzle-platformer made entirely by Jonathan Blow (with the only exception being the art by David Hellman). In the game, you play as Tim, a businessman trying to save a princess from being captured by a “monster.” The game makes use of different time-based mechanics across its levels, and that’s not the only “twist” to the game.

Octopath Traveler

Octopath Traveler promotional art featuring all eight characters gathered together

Octopath Traveler is a JRPG from Acquire and Square Enix, where you lead eight different adventurers across their eight different story paths in a world that blends 2D sprite work with 3D backgrounds. We’ve talked about it a lot on the podcast before. Finally, we can get Emma’s definitive thoughts on the game, after her blog post and her video. Finally, she can just shut up about Octopath Traveler already.

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If you’ve got some time after that, why don’t you check out our YouTube channel? You can find the Play This! series, Flashback Fridays, Clickbait Boyfriend behind-the-scenes, and other extra content coming soon! If you want to see what we talked about last week, head over to the blog post for Side-Quest 55. We’ll see you for next week’s Side-Quest!

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