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The Nitpixels Podcast Episode 8: The Prodigal Son « Nitpixels

The Nitpixels Podcast Episode 8: The Prodigal Son

After a one week break caused by our beloved Matthew Rossi being run over by a speeding train, the Nitpixels Podcast returns — with Michael Sacco, no less! Matt Rossi, Mat McCurley, Mike Sacco and Alex Ziebart are all in attendance this week.

The Nitpixels crew discusses:

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  • http://taufmonster.blogspot.com Henry

    One of my favorite games of all time is Star Fox Command because of how it is broken up. The campaign has several branching paths so it had great replayability.

    The campaign overall take at least a couple hours.

    The campaign is broken up into different planets, which can take 30 minutes or so.

    Each world is broken up into rounds. Each round probably takes around 3 to 7 minutes.

    Each round is broken up into a strategy component and several dogfight segments. Neither of which takes very long at all.

    This design makes the game perfectly suited to whatever amount of play time you have and I loved it.