“Across the level, you will meet the Tribals.”
Knee deep in the “golden era” of the Nintendo 64’s lifespan, its most expert second party developer – Rare – was about unleash two brand new games unto its audience in the year 1999. One of which was Jet Force Gemini. Can Juno, Vela, Lupus (and Floyd) defeat Mizar’s insect army? Did Rare live up to their then recent history with another N64 classic? Come and join us as Darren, Michiel and Brian try to not talk about the Tribals for the entire podcast and focus on, you know, the fun stuff too.
Music featured in this issue:
1. Main Theme by Robin Beanland/Graeme Norgate/Alistair Lindsay
2. SS Anubis by Robin Beanland/Graeme Norgate/Alistair Lindsay
Cane and Rinse 440 was edited by Jay Taylor
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