This week in Your Parents Basement, we are using our flute to bash away evil as we visit the world wonders! From 1994, we’re playing Illusion of Gaia by Quintet for the Super Nintendo. We’re joined by special guest Mike Deeney!
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- 0:00 – Intro, which is the roarin’ main title theme from the game.
- 47:30 – Todd Brisket shares why Illusion of Gaia is… The Most Best Game of All-Time.
- 50:00 – Emails! Letters, we get letters, we get sacks and sacks of letters.
- 1:02:00 – As always, we help some folks in… Ask the Sweet Boys.
- 1:08:15 – Snifferoo. Next week’s show will be recorded from the 36 Chambers.
– According to Price Charting, Illusion of Gaia is actually pretty affordable, at least as compared to the usual surcharge for SNES RPGs. It’s $21.50 for the loose cart, and $49.99 for the box and manual – eerily close to retail price when it came out.
– The other games in the series? Not so cheap. Soul Blazer is now $54.81 for the cart, and $137.50 for the box and manual. Terranigma never came out in the U.S., so the ones that’ll work with your SNES are just reproductions. The Japanese copy is trending at about $74.99.
– Terra Earth, a cool site devoted to the Soul Blazer and Gaia games, has a neat message board thread about the translation issues prevalent in this one.