Nintendhost LPTyger tags in once again, this time to help us conquer King K. Rule and recover all that pilfered potassium in Donkey Kong Country for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System!
Grab your whip and tighten your headband, ’cause we’re going vampire killin’! Nintendhost LPTyger joins us once again to discuss the title that began one of the most enduring game franchises the world has ever known: Castlevania for the Nintendo Entertainment System!
What better way to truly kick off Spooptober than with one of the most influential survival horror games of all time? Shane’s a huge fan of the series, so he’s got a whole lot to say on this one. Dim the lights, turn the radio dial to some soothing static, and wander into the fog…
Wassup, muthaf*ckas!? Guest hosts Ginger and Willie of the Grand Rapidians Play Video Games podcast join us to discuss one of their favorite Wii lightgun games of all time: House of the Dead: Overkill!
The votes are in for the inaugural quarterly PatronPoll, and we have been given this masterpiece… Boy, are we ever excited. Come celebrate the 20th anniversary of Buffy the Vampire Slayer for the Game Boy Color with us; we’ll be at the Bronze, grabbing a drink and talking mad smack about those pesky vamps.
Bats, cougars, and birds… Oh my! Ok, terrible cinema jokes aside, seriously: why is the wildlife just so MAD at Ryu Hayabusa, anyway? Nintendhost LPTyger joins the show once again to chat about Tecmo’s hard-as-nails NES action platformer: Ninja Gaiden!
On a very special episode of RHP, we are joined by our most excellent Patron Ashton Ruby and the one and only Derek Buck of CGR Undertow to discuss their time working at one of the pioneers of gaming YouTube channels: Classic Game Room!
Part 2 of our dive into Phantasy Star for the Sega Master System / Mark III has arrived! Join us for the conclusion of our time with Paul of the Region Free Gamers Podcast. Also: nice.
Paul of the Region Free Gamers podcast joins us once again to discuss his favorite game of all time: Phantasy Star for the Sega Master System / Mark III! We had so much to discuss, we split it into two episodes, so be sure to stay tuned for Part 2 in two weeks!
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