Whispers in the Dark Ep. 78: Baby Bird

On this scaly episode of the Whispers’ podcast we talk about the hilarity that is the 90s film Anaconda; Nintendo’s struggles with the Wii U; Resident Evil: Revelations 2 plot’s and how predictable it probably will be; Danganronpa 2‘s perfection; the Resident Evil series’ poor writing and excessive melodrama; Project Scissors, and our concerns for The Evil Within on PC.

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Host: CJ Melendez
Co-Hosts: Kyle Campbell

Duration: 01:18:21
File Size: 44.8 MB
Format: MP3

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  • Cheshire TrollCat

    PC peasants… Console Master Race SON!!!

  • Andy

    Yeah Capcom has run RE into the ground for so many years. I didn’t like RE5 or RE6. I mean who actually like them? lol. But I also grew up with the series on ps1. RE2 is my favorite in the series along with RE3 Nemesis, RE remake, RE0 and RE4. RE is great when it’s story is simple and not so silly and dumb. The series is never going to be the same ever again. If people think we will get a game like RE2, RE remake and RE0 again you are living in fantasy land. I hate to be captain obvious here but Shinji Mikami was the one main reason why it was so good. The people at Capcom now have no clue what there doing sadly.

    But they really need to bring the new Fatal Frame game to the US and pretty much every where. The Wii U needs it badly. But I’m no going to get my hopes up.

    • Carl Johnson

      Tons of people liked RE5. By any other name it would have been a great game. It’s just not Resident Evil. It was really fun to play.

      • Andy

        Well I think people appreciate RE5 now after playing RE6 and yeah RE5 is better than RE6 but that’s not saying much.

  • franky mcdonald

    Back to Africa with the Wild Woman of Wongo. join the campaign to liberate humans from their carnal state of mind.( i’m ready to leave my leg and join up.) It’s also good to see the PC master race has finally decided to head off into their celestial existence, leaving the poor huddled console masses behind. As Billy Crystal said in Princess Bride “have fun storming the castle”($$$$$$) great episode.

    • Cheshire TrollCat

      The hell are you smoking?

      • franky mcdonald

        Listen to all the Anaconda talk,they dream about going to the Congo and the Amazon,(yea i know not same continent) CJ changes his name to J-LO, for his new life in the jungle, Kyle talks about ability coyotes ability to lose a leg and get over it, and i think PC gaming is a vicious cycle of constant up grades(fools storming a castle) I often sit in front of the radio and listen to old radio dramas and imagine myself going along for the ride. i guess no one treats these episodes like Silent Hill.(sights and sounds, up for interpretation.)

        • Cheshire TrollCat

          Go home, your drunk.

  • Shane

    Ever since the birth of survival horror and horror in general from games to movies has had poor writing and predictable twists, but that does not stop icons like Jason or Freddy from being born and remembered.

    For better or worse the characters are what really stays with people and makes a certain movie or game memorable. Memorable characters is something RE has always managed to produce more-so compared with others in genre like Silent Hill, Alone in the Dark or Clock Tower.

    • I prefer memorable characters that are memorable because of depth, actions, and relatability, not oversaturation and fanservice.

      • Levito

        Hell I’d settle for characters that were even stereotypes at this point for RE. *Runs from angry mob*

      • Shane

        Fair enough, but your not going to find a whole lot of that in horror genre.


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