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The Cblog Fapcast Episode 9 - My hairy, downstairs Fapcast

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I am disturbed. I mean, seriously disturbed. Some thought it was a hilarious joke. Others thought it was a creepy cry for attention. Still others think it crossed the line. All you need to know is that Jonathan Holmes was the target and he himself felt the ramifications of being a public figure. Personally, I was disturbed. I can't sleep at night. When I close my eyes, I see strange, unidentifiable orifices. Orifices I dare not clarify into what they really are. That series is a spiral staircase into madness.

You should probably read it.

In this episode, Strider gets creeped out by My Enormous Downstairs Kitchen. No, really, that's his name. Fire Emblem Awakening releases this week, Shade talks the genius of Banjo-Kazooie's water levels and MORE HAIRY DOWNSTAIRS KITCHEN. Community questions also return, biznatches!

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Community question!
This past week, Fire Emblem Awakening released. Sort of. There was a shipping bungle of epic proportions. GameStops wouldn't get it until the end of the week. More stores didn't get it on the promised day of Feb 4. Pre-orders were booked full and free copies for normal walk ins seemed doubtful. If you got Fire Emblem, how were you affected? And even if you didn't, how far would you go to get a game that is experiencing difficulties on its street date?

Cblogs in this episode!

*My Greasy Grief
*I gotta get something personal off my chest
*The value of a videogame
*A great loss
*Community chat: racism and stereotypes in games
*Sex: Let's talk about all the good things and the bad things that may be
*Sex: no-no-no-no-nononono
*The write Ztuff
*321Gocast: a retrospective
*I'm a grumpy old douchebag: a rant
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The Adaptation

Some things don't belong in this world and yet they are conjured time and again by humans that wish to pay them tribute. A video game, book, comic or TV show becomes popular and later becomes adapted to another medium entirely or, worse, a mobile phone spin-off.

Sometimes you get Telltale's The Walking Dead and other times you get Super Mario Bros.: The Movie -- one a great tribute to the comics and TV shows and the other had its soul stolen and made a '90s movie executive's slave.

And here comes another classic game series with hopes of becoming a Netflix hit as I brace myself and hope it doesn't turn out to be a miserable pile of secrets.

Castlevania is a beloved series and with Konami it's sort of a surprise they'd do anything with it at all after running out the people that made their games good and running the franchise into the ground soon after. Yet here we are with an anime series debuting this week and I'm kind of excited for it.

History should leave me a bit more cynical, sure. I remember the Street Fighter live-action movie, the Zelda cartoon and much more, but Mortal Kombat was perfect in its camp and The Witcher games are pretty faithful to their source material. We even have games being adapted into other kinds of games by different developers. Borderlands is now a looter-shooter and a point-and-click adeventure and that works really well, actually.

So for this month's "Bloggers wanted," we want you head over to the community blogs and tell us about your favorite adaptations of games to other mediums or even your favorite adaptation of another medium to games. Use "The Adaptation: [Your game/title here]" in the title and place "Bloggers Wanted" in the tags.

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