The Dream(pod)cast Episode 5: SoulCalibur and Voldo's Law Blog

Voldick

HEY. EYES DOWN HERE.

You read Voldo’s mesmerizing codpiece right: the Dream(pod)cast is back! After yet another ridiculously extended hiatus, John Doherty, Scott Morrison, and yours truly have returned to discuss some of the best content that Sega’s greatest console has to offer, including the lauded launch title known as SoulCalibur, several other fantastic fighters that we’re eager to get our hands on, and everyone’s favorite leather-and-blood flavored ice cream snack, Voldobites.

What are you waiting for? Dig into the disturbing goodness here.

But that’s not all! In celebration of the glorious holiday that is the Dreamcast’s 14th birthday, we’re pleased to announce the THIRD ANNUAL DREAMLESS DREAMCAST 24-HOUR MARATHON! Starting at 7AM on September 8th, Scott Morrison will be joining me to broadcast a full day of Dreamcast gameplay, incessant idiocy, and crippling exhaustion. Keep an eye on the Sega Addicts home page for more details in the days to come.

  • ncet

    I’m 100% behind you on Voldo, Attorney at Law. No producer in their right mind would pass on that pitch. I also loved the AD reference 🙂

    I must say that I loved the single player quest mode in Soul Calibur. I probably spent 90% of my time with the game in this mode, since I don’t have many friends interested in fighters. What other Dreamcast fighters had single player modes this engrossing?

  • Josh Newey

    I’m glad you liked the episode! Yeah, I’m convinced that would be one hell of a show.

    I totally agree on Quest Mode. It’s odd that people so rarely mention it when talking about the game. By simply throwing in some contrived story bits and a few handicaps, Namco managed to make SoulCalibur feel epic in ways that no other arcade-borne Dreamcast fighter has achieved or even attempted.

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