“We’re here to make you happy!”
Another ‘cult classic’ comes under the Cane and Rinse microscope as we inspect skip Ltd.’s late entry into Nintendo’s GameCube library, Chibi-Robo! Leon is joined by a trio of diminutive automaton helpers, Jeff Cork (@gijeff – Game Informer), Susan Marmito (@susakobunny – Ready Up) and Simon Cole (@thesonicmole – Cool Box Art) to dissect every element of this unusual and quirky third-person adventure. Get your earbuds out and Plug Into Adventure!
Music used in this issue:
1: Midday Majesty by Hirofumi Taniguchi, Alberto Gonzalez
2: Teriyaki Blues by Hirofumi Taniguchi, Alberto Gonzalez
Cane and Rinse 260 was edited by Jay Taylor (@JaySevenZero).
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Our Darren never realised that you could extend your Chibi-Robo days to 10 or 15 minutes apparently!
Emulated on PC via Dolphin:
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