Man, the 80s and early 90s sure did have a thing for vigilante justice, didn’t they? Special guests Toby and Goobz of the Secret Levels Podcast enter the battle, so lace up the boots of a few young, hot-headed ex-cops with nothing but righteous vengeance on their minds and take to the streets… OF RAGE.
Widely considered to be Nintendo’s oft-neglected third major IP, we hop into the suit of galactic bounty hunter Samus Aran and discover what awaits in the classic NES platformer Metroid!
We are joined once again with our favorite Nintendhost LPTyger to discuss our… Less than favorite 3D platformer: Bubsy 3D: Furbitten Planet. Why would we want to subject ourselves to this, you may ask? For our wonderful, definitely-not-sadistic Patrons, of course! We do this because we love you.
The City of New York is under siege, and the only hope is… A creature most known for accosting pizza delivery drivers? Sure, why not. Save everyone from your evil doppelgänger with the power of pizza and yo-yos!
Nintendo has gained a bit of a reputation over the years for taking chances on what some might consider to be “gimmicks.” Sometimes these pay off (see: the Wii) and sometimes they do not (see: this episode). Hunch over a table and smash your eyeholes into the viewfinder, ’cause we’re talking about the Virtual Boy!
At this point, we’re convinced our Patrons are colluding to kill us slowly via exposure to terrible games. The quarterly PatronPoll results are in, the people have spoken, and they have chosen pain. Put on your black-rimmed glasses and join us as we recount our time spent “playing” Superman: The New Superman Adventures for the…
Hoo boy, this one’s a doozy. Adam of The Good, The Bad, & The Backlog podcast joins us once again (though it is his debut on the main show, huzzah!), this time to take a deep dive into the emotional rollercoaster that is NieR. Grab a box of tissues and get comfortable with moral ambiguity,…
Kade Call, host of the Gaming Memories podcast, joins us to chat about the game that many consider to be the forefather of all JRPGs: Dragon Quest (or Dragon Warrior for those of us outside Japan). Brush up on Ye Olde English, stock up on torches, and venture forth; the Dragonlord awaits!