Cane and Rinse is a weekly podcast made by passionate videogaming enthusiasts aimed at like-minded listeners. Our ambition is to provide in-depth discussion with help from knowledgeable, articulate guests from the gaming community, the world of games development and beyond.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/The Simpsons – Cane and Rinse No.459
A duo of cartoon capers in this show with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1989) and The Simpsons (1991). Leon, Brian, Michiel and returning guest Ben Cartlidge quarter feed (well, except Ben) their way through Konami's brace of brawlers as well as many happy memories from the ice rinks, chip shops, bowlplexes and "Frosty Putters" of the past from our faithful correspondents.
Music featured in this issue:
1. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Title Theme Japan by Mutsuhiko Izumi / Miki Higashino / Kozo Nakamura
2. The Simpsons Staff Roll by Norio Hanzawa
Cane and Rinse 459 edited by Jay Taylor
Dragon Age II – Cane and Rinse No.458
2011: Crunch time for BioWare as EA's corporate wyvern demands a prompt sequel to the successful Dragon Age: Origins, giving the development team less than a year to make another epic RPG worthy of the studio's celebrated history. Leon, Brian, Josh, Tony and community correspondents pick the bones out of the resulting meal - Dragon Age II.
Music featured in this issue:
1. Main Theme by Inon Zur
2. Tavern Music by Inon Zur
Cane and Rinse 458 edited by Jay Taylor
Stardew Valley – Cane and Rinse No.457
The fecund soil of Stardew Valley is where we plant ourselves for this rustic podcast. Leon, Brian, Leah and Ryan head for the rural idyll of Pelican Town to recollect their many days spent on Eric Barone's farming RPG. We also harvest a bumper crop of community correspondence and Three Word Reviews.
Music featured in this podcast:
1. Stardew Valley Overture by Eric Barone
2. Winter (Ancient) by Eric Barone
Cane and Rinse 457 edited by Ryan Hamann
Pokémon – Cane and Rinse No.456
25 years after the launch of the first games, Pokémon has become a worldwide sensation, and Ryan, Charlotte, Jon, and Rich look back at the first two generations that started it all. Join our panelists and community members as we take a look back at *takes deep breath* Pokémon: Red, Green, Blue, Yellow: Special Pikachu Edition, Gold, Silver, and Crystal.
Resident Evil 3 (2020) – Cane and Rinse No.455
In which we do our best to keep pace with Capcom's ever-expanding Biohazard series by reviewing its most recent instalment, the 2020 remake of 1999's Resident Evil 3. Leo, Jon, Josh, Leah and community correspondents pick up where they left off with the previous Volume's Resident Evil 2 (2019) podcast, getting into the nitty gritty of RE3's modest runtime, the loss of Jill's tube top and the addition of Carlos' special hair.
Interview Extra: David L. Craddock, author of Monsters in the Dark: The Making of X-COM: UFO Defense
In this interview extra podcast, author David L. Craddock returns to talk to Leon about his latest book, Monsters in the Dark: The Making of X-COM: UFO Defense. David enjoyed access to Rebelstar, Chaos and UFO: Enemy Unknown's creator Julian Gollop and brings us tales from the series' development and origins.
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What a great show!
Top notch classic and modern gaming reflective content.
Good podcast, ruined by uptalk
Great panellists usually with insightful and often revealing discussion, but occasionally the uptalk (not in all episodes, but panellist Ryan comes to mind) really grates on the ears.
I hope this can be toned down somewhat? Because it is really annoying? Like, why is everything a question? When it is clearly not?
Is ok. Great concept, nice people. Give it a shot if you need to kill time.