“The dark, reddish-black pool of blood… The scattered pieces of flesh… Organs strewn across the floor like the blossoming of a grotesque flower…”
It’s a sadistic and mind-bending romp through sci-fi horror as Ryan Hamann, James Carter, and Karl Moon discuss their journeys through the perilous and mysterious 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors. Its intricate story is carefully dissected and gameplay debated by the three morphically-linked hosts. So grab some Ice-9 on a hot summer afternoon and join us as we examine 999, read contributions from the community, and, of course, read a selection of Santa Word Reviews.
Music used in this issue:
1: Extreme Extrication by Shinji Hosoe
2: Recollection by Shinji Hosoe
Cane and Rinse 184 was edited by Ryan Hamann
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