“None of us were there when it happened.”
With some delay, we bring you our podcast about the Hungarian/Japanese developed shoot ’em up, Sine Mora. Originally a 2012 Xbox Live Arcade title, but since ported to multiple formats, this supergroup developer mashup with an Akira Yamaoka soundtrack is a game that pleased mainstream game reviewers more than it pleased the dedicated shmup community. Leon, Michiel, Tony and community correspondents debate the benefits of bullet time and popcorn.
Music featured in this issue:
1. Moneta Point-A by Akira Yamaoka
2. Moneta Point-C by Akira Yamaoka
edited by Jay Taylor
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