TSM Episode 592: Moving Parts

All signs point to: Yes!
Curse of the Moon truly delivered, but will the sequel?

Download Link: Released 2020.06.29

With the Xenoblade Chronicles playthrough about to enter its second month, Akademician reaches the fifty-hour mark whilst SiliconNooB reaches the zero-hour mark–and, with a bevy of new games announced to distract the Australian, will he ever begin the game?


  1. CORRECTION: I teased Winter about taking so long to get to chapter 7, but in reviewing my progress I’m actually at fifty, not twenty, hours (I was looking at the in-game clock, not the save file time)!

    The Day Tonight regrets the error.

  2. CORRECTION: In the intro to this podcast, I give the date as 29 July instead of 29 June.

    The Day Tonight regrets the error.

  3. CORRECTION: I mention that by the end of chapter 9 I had completed about 50-100 quests, although the actual figure is 240 quests.

    The Day Tonight regrets the error.

  4. We regret to inform you that Caspius has had his contract terminated for too many errors in 1 podcast. Lusipurr has been contacted to take over until a new host to take over. We are in negotiations with Cait Sith of the Midget Golden Saucer.

  5. We hope you appreciate the new site design. It’s not *quite* done yet, but we’re working on it!

  6. It’s fine now! I mostly view the site on a cellphone, and you might want to look at the relative sizes of things in the mobile view. For one the tags in this post are huge and take up almost 2 screen heights by themselves.

  7. That is as intended: the tags are not actually bigger, but there is no way to remove the boxes around them which makes them seem larger, and causes the height and spacing issue.

    Unfortunately, there is no way to remove that box. The new site is less customisable than the old one, but the trade-off is that it should not break and cause all sorts of problems.

  8. They said “it is not possible to have more purple on your website”.


  9. One ‘known issue’ is that the logo bar contents are misaligned on mobile, but there doesn’t seem to be a way to fix that. :/

  10. Well, I see the site remains “… for cookie, and that’s good enough for me”. So I’m not sure what more improvement is needed.

  11. If it’s good enough for Mel, it’s good enough for THE WORLD.

  12. @Tanzenmatt: the mobile site isn’t actually a mobile theme, it’s reactive–that is, it is based on the size of the screen of the device. So you get the same site on all devices, but the layout reacts to screen size. I don’t believe there is any way to change that without completely redesigning the site to make it nonreactive instead (and we want it to be reactive; that’s the most modern way forward, replacing separately coded per-device-type themes).

    For example, on desktop I get the full-width three-column site. On my iPhone it is one column, but if I turn my phone to landscape it is two columns.

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