The Waffling Taylors Podcast

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Episode 70 of the podcast has Squidge and Jay discuss the PlayStation Classic, and decide on their dream line up for the little console that couldn't - seriously, the hardware design was obviously phoned in

Show Notes

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Squidge and Jay step into the recording booth at Waffling Taylors HQ to discuss what their version of the PlayStation Classic would have shipped with. It was partially based on a bonus episode of the Arcade Attack podcast called: Bonus Podcast: PlayStation Classic Wrongness.

After Jay set the challenge: "Imagine that you have an unlimited budget (to deal with licensing issues), go through the games on the PlayStation Classic and replace the ones that you'll never play with ones from your dream line up," we also use podcast magic to assume that the games will just boot and run flawlessly - which is something that will only work if you use a SNES Mini.

Which games did we choose? You'll have to listen in order to find out.

All this and more, in episode 70 Waffling Taylors Podcast: Mini Consoles: PlayStation Classic Dream Line Up!

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What is The Waffling Taylors Podcast?

So we’re the Waffling Taylor Boys: Squidgey and Jay.

Waffle (v): to talk or write a lot without giving any useful information or any clear answers

We play video games, we write, we talk, we joke.

We’ve both been playing games for as long as we can remember and thought why not start a podcast where we can talk about the games that we have played and the ones we’re looking forward to playing? And that's what we did.