MultiTap Podcast: Episode 20 (EXPLICIT)

May 16th, 2015 -


The crew runs solo this week (does that make sense?). Piper, Aaron, Chris, and Irene kill time talking about things like:

  • An empty mailbag!
  • The Top 3 Games we put the eff down after 5 minutes!!
  • The Pitch!!!
  • Why Konami is F%$#ing up!!!!
  • And some of Skeleton Aaron’s patented Who Would Wins!!!!!


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Have a great week!

The MultiTap Cast

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Since 1980’s Rogue appeared, there have been many Roguelike games to grace computers. In recent years, there have been many trying to implement their own ideas in dungeon crawling, but none have captured the attention of fans and non-fans of the genre like the melding of dungeons with rhythm. Read More »

Westerado: Double Barreled Review – There’s a Snake in My Boot

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It’s not too often that games about the Wild West come out, and even if they do, it’s rare they are something spectacular like Red Dead Redemption. Cue the new game from Ostrich Banditos, featuring a tale of vengeance in a world where you choose what is right. While not as grandiose as Rockstar’s adventure, it offers a beautiful world for you to explore – as a law abiding citizen or as death bringing outlaw. Read More »