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The Indoor Kids #191: Live from Meltdown Comics
Episode 191: The Indoor Kids
Live from Meltdown Comics
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The Indoor Kids #191: Live from Meltdown Comics

Today you’ll join The Indoor Kids at a live event recorded at Meltdown Comics for the release of Ori and the Blind Forest! They interview the creators, Emily eats a burger onstage, and they talk about the hidden emotional backstories in some of the most famous video games!

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Photo Credit: Tyler Ross

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Comments

  1. Fartbooty says:

    Another time I teared up a bit was when I first finished playing Link’s Awakening, dat ending tho

  2. jerzygal says:

    I had to stop listening because of the background crowd chatter. I love the live shows, especially with the game creators, but this was very frustrating. Just me?

  3. jerzygal says:

    I had to stop istening because of the background crowd chatter. Love the live shows, especially with game creators, but this one was very frustrating. Just me?

  4. Wildride says:

    Pacman must have a tragic backstory: Four of the five characters are ghosts. I’d assume they died in a freak eating accident which is why they haunt him while he’s enjoying his meal of dots.

  5. Jobin says:

    Cut your Wrist scenes 

  6. Wildride says:

    Well, at the end of Banzai Run, when the champion is finally defeated and the torch is passed, that’s a real emotiona–Nope, can’t finish that. #pinball