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Episode 206 – Star Wars: TIE Fighter (1994)

Episode 206 – Star Wars: TIE Fighter (1994)

Episode 206 – Star Wars: TIE Fighter (1994)

This week in Your Parents Basement, we are playing AS the baddies for once, in a galaxy far, far away! From 1994, we’re playing Star Wars: TIE Fighter, developed by Totally Games and published by LucasArts, for the PC.

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TIMESTAMPS

  • 0:00 – Intro, which features a side story from the SWARS universe.
  • 33:00 – Todd has reasons why this is… The Most Best Game of All-Time! Followed by some of our usual, fun features.
  • 52:00 – Emails! The hackers are on to YOURPARENTSBASEMENTPODCAST.
  • 58:30 – We help some people with name changes in… Ask the Sweet Boys.
  • 1:06:00 – Snifferoo. Next week, we’re playing a Genny clayyyyysic.

SHOW NOTES

  • Steve misspakes in the beginning, and says the developer of this game is LucasArts. They are actually the publisher! The developer is Totally Games, which was spearheaded by Lawrence Holland. They mostly did combat simulation games in the 1980s and 1990s, before branching out to VR and interactive games in the 2000s. The company is defunct as of 2015, though. Read more on the ole Wikipedias.