The Action Points Podcast! Episode 136 – Put It In And Around My Mouth Hole

In this episode:

We are joined by ol’ pal Ken Lee to chat about something that we all need and love: food. We discuss the representation of food in various media: the mechanical applications in games, the presentation of food in professional vs amateur settings, and the eroticism of food. Also in our roundup: Jackson read Daytripper and Sunstone, went to the first women’s AFL game, and played Simurgh and Roll for the Galaxy; I played Round House; Ken had a great experience getting off a space station in Star Citizen; and Evan has been playing Resident Evil 7, with and without VR, and falling in love with Nioh.

Episode link below or on iTunes, and feel free to send us any feedback at mail@theactionpointspodcast.com. You can also follow us on Twitter as @action_points, and on Facebook and Google+. You can also find us on Twitter as @ehronlime, @adam_holdswater, @MostStrange, @pinkytweets and @melodatron

Episode 136 – Put It In And Around My Mouth Hole

Music: Theme for Harold (var. 2) by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a CC Attribution 3.0.

Links for the things we talked about:

You can find Ken on Twitter as @PixelHunt and @FaceStuffing

Evan has been streaming games on Twitch as MostStranger

Daytripper

Sunstone

First women’s AFL game

Simurgh

Roll for the Galaxy

Round House (based on Hakka round houses)

Star Citizen

Resident Evil 7

Nioh

Please Tell Me! Galko-chan

Why Is There So Much Food in Games?? by PBS Game/Show

Mafia II

EarthBound

Mother 3

Battle Chef Brigade

Shokugeki no Souma (Food Wars)

Why the Food in Final Fantasy XV is So Damn Realistic

Overcooked

The World Ends With You

Dark Cloud 2

Agricola

Le Havre

At The Gates of Loyang

A la carte

Tiny Teddies Go To War

Rocky Road Warriors

Poco’s Udon World

Gourmet Girl Graffiti

Hannibal

Please Like Me

Sweetness and Lightning

Relish: My Life in the Kitchen

What makes Indian food so unique

Books for Cooks

The Language of Food: A Linguist Reads the Menu

Nobunaga no Chef

Ratatouille

The God of Cookery

Gastropod

The Sporkful

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