“HARNESSING A GREAT WELLSPRING, A PERFECT IMMORTAL CELL WAS CRAFTED TO BE IMBUED WITHIN ALL SENTIENT LIFE A NOBLE GOAL, THOUGH SUCH A POWER TERRIFIED OTHERS, AND BROUGHT RUIN AS ITS PURPOSE WAS TRANSMOGRIFIED THE ABHORRENT CELL STILL FESTERS DEEP IN THE CHAMBERS OF THIS WORLD”
In this issue, Josh, Tony, Darren and Sean Bell navigate the neon soaked landscape of Heart Machine‘s 2016 release, Hyper Light Drifter. We discuss how the themes and imagery of the game reflect the very real illness lead developer Alex Preston lives with. Also, how the many changes post release impacted our feelings on the game long term.
Music used in this issue:
1. Titan by Disasterpeace
2. Panacea by Disasterpeace
Cane and Rinse 326 was edited by Ryan Hamann (@InsrtCoins)
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