A Game Full of Spiders

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Stories on Famicom games filled with spiders, Nier: Automata piracy, Destiny, Deadly Premonition boardgame, and Alan Wake's disappearance.

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Date: May 15, 2017

Written and Performed by: Graham Stark, Kathleen De Vere, Paul Saunders

Story Graphics: Paul Saunders

CheckPoint Graphics: Graham Stark

Music: Bradley Rains

Produced by: Graham Stark, Paul Saunders


Mr. Alan Wake fades back into a darkness so thick even he might not be able to use it as a metaphor.


  • Mexican federal police intercepted a shipment of bootleg Famicom cartridges that turned out to be full of smuggled spiders.
  • Nier: Automata has a mod that improves frame rate--and doesn't work with pirated games.
  • A Destiny raid team has beaten all the raids without guns.
  • There is a Kickstarter for a Deadly Premonition board game.
  • Alan Wake is no longer on sale because its music licenses have expired.

Coming Up

The developers of Parappa and Gitaroo Man are teaming up to Kickstart a new rhythm game called Project Rap Rabbit. Apparently you will be able to defeat your opponents with lyrical jabs and rhyming uppercuts, which I guess is better than using real jabs and uppercuts.

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