We chatted with Alex Aniel (aka cvxfreak) about his upcoming book: "Itchy, Tasty: An Unofficial History of Resident Evil", the Resident Evil series as a whole, our favourites, some top tips for learning foreign languages, and THAT dooty doot song from the Dual Shock Director's Cut - you know the one
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We sat with Alex Aniel (aka cvxfreak) to talk about his upcoming book "Itchy, Tasty: An Unofficial History of Resident Evil", the entire Resident Evil series as a whole (from Suite Home all the way to the RE3 remake), his role in translating content for the fans (he lives and works in Japan, you see), and THAT dooty doot song from the Dual Shock Director's Cut - you know the one.
This episode is so chocked full of Resident Evil facts, that I would recommend you listen to it multiple times in order to get them all. I'd also recommend that you check out the full show notes for this episode, as we've added a whole bunch of extra information there. Also definitely take a look at Alex's book, as it looks like it's going to be a really fascinating read.
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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.