““Just check the guest list. I’m under the section for fellas that ain’t ugly freaks.””
In this issue, Josh, Sean, Michiel and Jacob take a bus to the small town of Innsmouth to investigate the fishy goings-on and casually uncover eldritch horrors not meant for mortal glaze. We discuss the lengthy development time for Headfirst Productions’ second and final release before the company went bankrupt. The panel also asks how effectively it feels that Lovecraft’s vision of cosmic horror can be conveyed in the context of a first person shooter. All that and more in our podcast on 2005’s Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth.
Music used in this issue:
1. Main Menu by Greg Chandler
2. Smile at Me, Baby by Greg Chandler
Cane and Rinse 340 was edited by Sean O’Brien (@Xer0Signal).
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