Catch ’em, catch ’em, gotta catch ’em all! With the release of Pokémon Sword and Shield, what better time to go back and take a look at the games that started it all: Pokémon Red, Blue, and Yellow for the Nintendo Game Boy!
Frantic vivisection is the name of the game… Well, actually it’s Dead Space, but there sure is a lot of Necromorph dismemberment to be had! Spooptober continues with RHP’s discussion of this sci-fi horror classic.
The time for SEGA is now (again)! Not only is the Genesis celebrating it’s 30th birthday here in North America, the Genesis Mini is releasing in a matter of days with a roster of 42 titles! Join us as we discuss the blast-processing behemoth: The SEGA Genesis / Mega Drive!
How do you kill that which has no life!? Release a bad expansion, probably… But before all that, there was the one and only original release of World of Warcraft! Dustin Gartenbush, owner of Video Game Rescue here in Jacksonville, FL comes on the show to wax nostalgic with the RHP crew (mostly Shane) about…
Amanda: apply directly to the forehead! Amanda: apply DIRECTLY to the forehead! This episode of RHP covers the seminal Game Boy action RPG Final Fantasy Adventure (or Mystic Quest in other parts of the globe). We promise the whole Amanda thing will make sense once you listen. Probably.
Greetings, true believers! This episode, Chris & Shane discuss the pre-MCU beat-’em-up action RPG Marvel: Ultimate Alliance! Excelsior! Important note: we at RHP are dedicated to the betterment of the gaming community. It has recently come to light that G2A, who we have had a brief affiliate relationship with, has been engaging in unsavory business…
A miserable pile of secrets, this is not! Celebrating the big four-oh, and just in time for the release of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, the RHP crew discusses one of gaming’s best: Castlevania: Symphony of the Night!