Turns out Nintendo’s marketing campaign for The Legend of Zelda may not be the only thing that has aged poorly. Nintendhost LPTyger jumps in once again to discuss Link’s very first adventure on the NES!
Shane and Chris played through two of the several versions of the video game adaptation of the hit 1990 holiday film Home Alone so they could discuss them just for you. Merry Christmas, ya filthy animals.
Loyal Patrons Lyle and Ashton join us for a very special 50th episode of RHP! Listen in as we celebrate this milestone with two of our biggest supporters by chatting about everything from favorite childhood game consoles to which Dorito flavor reigns supreme.
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!
Happy Father’s Day to all our dad fans stateside! Fittingly, this week we discuss the granddaddy of all modern 3D consoles from the big N: the Nintendo 64! (There may also be a lot of gushing about recent E3 reveals… Sorry, we can’t help ourselves).
This week’s episode takes us into a galaxy far, far away with Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire for the Nintendo 64 and Windows platforms! Is the Battle for Hoth the only good part of the game? Do platforming sections belong in third-person 3D games? Listen in and find out!