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PLAY.

STATION.

FORMAT.

DISC.

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There was something off with Jan's mic in the Jump Force QL too, maybe one of the mics in the studio is too low?

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Oh SHIT, Vegeta got norted

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@sweetieashe: Arika is listed as the dev on the eShop.

I'm glad it's not just me having problems with hard drops happening when you don't expect them when using the pro controller. I had to switch to Joy Cons also.

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I know this was recorded on Thursday and all, before it got leaked all over the press, but still got a chuckle over Ben questioning how they managed to keep it a secret.

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"Everything I read said it was one dude. But there's not a lot of writing out there about this game."

But sure, they need to do more research, like play every Chinese MMO so they can recognise stolen assets, or learn Chinese and read the developer's Weibo.

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Jon Shafer's at the gates, and he's mad as hell!

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Couple of notes for @vinny in case you want them (and if not, sorry!):

  • SWIZ has a variety of uses. You pass it a number or register in the first argument, then you pass the pattern that gets applied to the first number/register. The pattern is up to four digits long, and each digit should be 0, 1, 2, 3 or 4. A non-zero digit in the pattern results in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th digit (counting from the right) being placed in the digit's position from the pattern. So if you execute "SWIZ 6789 1111 X" then 9999 gets written to X, for example, and "SWIZ 6789 1234 X" will write 9876 to X. A zero in the pattern will insert 0 in that position.
    • I best understood it after the TEC Redshift task, where you have to enter a three-digit passcode one digit at a time. You can store your guesses in X and increment them by 1 on each attempt, but you can use SWIZ to pass the three digits of the number one-by-one to the #PASS register ("SWIZ X 3 #PASS", "SWIZ X 2 #PASS", "SWIZ X 1 #PASS"),T
  • You can save some lines on a lot of your code quite easily by remembering that EXAs will terminate without further instructions - so a DROP instruction followed by a HALT instruction at the very end of your code can be omitted entirely, because the EXA will just die and drop the file it was holding.
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Great writeup, as always. Thank you for organising the guest lists Alex! <3