All 286 episodes are now online once more, no longer lost to the virus plague that wiped out everything! I highly recomend this for viewing, as it was a major source of inspiration for me in my work with CTU. While the series never reached its conclusionb ack in the day, it's still well worth watching all the same. Fear not, these 286 episodes are far shorter than the average CTU episode (it was, after all, updated two times a week during its prime). I think I will now have to get reacquainted with an old friend in the near future.
Far sooner than any of you probably ever dared to expect see it release, we now present you with Episode 21 of Chrono Trigger Unglued! In this episode, after being flung into a far distant future, we watch as Crono and Company debate what their next course of action should be. Furthermore, it seems that perhaps Crono's foul-mouthed talking cat might really be more than just an ether fueled figment of his imagination. However, before all that, it seems there's something Gaspar has been meaning to do for quite some time... may God help us all!
In other news, Dungeon Fighter Online - the self styled "Arcade Style MMO Beat'em Up" - is an actually fun game you might want to really consider looking in to.
Episode 20 of Chrono Trigger Unglued is now finally here! Sorry that I didn't have it out sooner, but various sicknesses and work kept getting in the way. Anyways, Crono and Company may finally escaped from Guardia Castle... but that doesn't really help out Fritz, now does it? Perhaps if Jenny can just enlist some serious help, she can save him all by herself! Unfortunately the only people she can find are Taban and Crono's Mom, but beggars can't really be choosers. Will this unlikely trio be able to deal with all those 'highly trained' castle guards? Also, I hope you like the new preloader I am debuting this episode.
Now that I am no longer working on CTU for the moment, expect a new chapter of The Vagrant's Tale to be released in the near future.
The Fifth Episode of the Ultra Publications Revue is finally here! This time, we take a very in depth look at the damn-near complete history of all things Final Fantasy, creating an epic episode that goes over two whole hours. Sorry about the length, we should have realized in advance it'd be extra long and instead did it as two parts. Next time we might be interviewing Andrew Dobson, the creator of comics such as Alex Ze Pirate and Formera, if we can get our schedules to properly align.
In other news, of a more CTU oriented nature, the current progress of Episode 20 currently stands at a whopping 75%! Yes, I know the podcast says it's currently at 45%; there were some technical difficulties encountered in getting it up, and progress continued while we ironed those out. I would like to say that the episode will be out before the end of next week, but time frame estimates that come from me are pratically like hexes almost. So instead, I'll say it'll be done when it's done.
Episode 20 of Chrono Trigger Unglued is now at 40% complete. This is a little slower than I might have liked, and I guess I can blame that in part on some distractions (such as Final Fantasy XIII), but part of it has been that even in the simplest of episodes there can be parts that take a lot of time make everything happen. It never ceases to amaze me how large chunks of the episode can be done in short amounts of time, but parts that last maybe 10 seconds can multiple nights to make. Such is the way of making animation in flash, but I actually knew this particular part was going to be brutal well in advance. I guess once you've worked on flash long enough you begin to get a sixth sense for these sorts of things. If this episode isn't out before the end of next month, I probably deserve to be shot (I hope I don't regret saying that).
Speaking of my love for Final Fantasy XIII, the Fifth Podcast Episode will be out soon and is about the history of Final Fantasy. I just have to edit all together and stuff. I wonder if anyone ever actually listens to these?