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TSM Episode 695: LeakForce Now

Caspius and SiliconNooB dig into the GeForce NOW hack and leak of potential in-development titles, including remasters and releases of Final Fantasy Tactics and Chrono Cross, but also the deeply worrying possibility of a Final Fantasy IX Remake.
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TSM Episode 654: Focused on Japan

Caspius, Imitanis, and SiliconNooB report that Brock has become the second participant to earn a GOLD STAR in Skyward Sword, with Winter, LC11, and SiliconNooB bringing up the rear, whilst Imitanis dreams of a process-simulating, Link-focused, idle game.
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TSM Episode 650: Axiom Surprise

Caspius and SiliconNooB are caught off-guard by the surprise announcement of Axiom Verge 2 but, whilst SiliconNooB works his way through Skyward Sword, Caspius completes the latest game from Tom Happ before the weekend is done--with a bonus outtake!
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TSM Episode 649: Pixel Art Triumphant

With Final Fantasy III under their collective belt, Caspius and SiliconNooB weigh in on the Pixel Art remasters and discover, to their combined amazement, that Square Enix's latest overpriced re-re-remaster might just be worth the cost of admission.
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TSM Episode 648: Perfect Pixel Passion

Following the release of the Final Fantasy I, II, and III Pixel Remasters, Caspius and SiliconNooB first rubbish, then praise, Square Enix's latest re-re-re-release, whilst the site's readers and staff (excluding Imitanis) follow Caspius in Skyward Sword.
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TSM Episode 647: Gabe Gear

Normal service resumes with a backlog of news: the announcement of the Steam Deck, the Youtube-fueled triumph of Final Fantasy XIV, and the beginning of the site's newest playthrough (and recent HD re-release), The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.
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TSM Episode 645: Rufus x Cloud

Caspius, Sebastian, and SiliconNooB laugh at the mere possibility that anyone could have publicly denied the inevitable release of the very descriptively named 'Nintendo Switch 8 October A.D. 2021 7-Inch OLED Model with Ethernet LAN Dock Support'.
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