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June 9th, 2015 | EarthBound, MOTHER 1, MOTHER 3, Videos

Yesterday we held another weekly EarthBound Central Live stream, and it was a lot of fun!

We discussed a lot of the big, recent EarthBound news, then shared a lot of interesting e-mail submissions from readers. Still got almost 900 more to get through eventually!

Then we did some fun Q-and-A with the chat, and after that we took a tour of Japanese MOTHER-style fan games… and even played a little bit of one called “MORNING“!

I hope to check out some more Japanese fan games in the future, but if anyone has ANY fan game suggestions at all for future EBC Live streams, let me know!

If you missed the live stream and would like to participate in the next one, fear not! Here are some handy links that will guide you on your way!

See you next game!


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4 Comments to EarthBound Central Live: June 8, 2015

H.S said on Jun. 9, 2015

Could you post the addresses of the fangame sites you went to during the stream? I’m interested in taking another look at them, even the dead games.

Mato said on Jun. 9, 2015

I don’t have all the links handy anymore but here are a few that I remember:

I finally got that last one to work properly so we’ll probably play that next time, even though I know nothing about Japanese politics or similar inside jokes.

Zenn said on Jun. 9, 2015

Ah! Forgot today was Tuesday…Yay Earthbound Central Live day! I am gonna try to watch the next one live.


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