Because absolutely no one asked for it…we’re talking about Ballz on this episode of the podcast! That’s right, Ballz — the 1994 fighting game for the Super Nintendo and the Sega Genesis developed by PF Magic. Spoilers: We didn’t like it much! We take breaks from administering smackies long enough to discuss Dead Souls and Yetis, talk about some Netflix shows, and answer some listener voicemail too.
We’re talking about Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters for the Super Nintendo. Don’t worry, we also talk about condoms. We open a very special package from Bloody Handed Otaku Jack of Ziggy Moons Mike; we talk about Teenage Mutant Nazi Turtles; and we bestow a new title to a citizen of TADPOG Nation.
We’re talking about Final Fantasy Mystic Quest, the 1992 Super Nintendo RPG by Square. Well, technically Tyler talks about it; Dave listens and asks questions. We try the new Cheetos Chicken Fries from Burger King. We open an amazing package from Doug. There’s some general Final Fantasy talk liberally mixed in there. We also play some voicemail.
We’ve already talked about Burger Time on a previous episode. What’s left? Have we come to the end of our culinary video game road? Mais non! There is another! This week we’re talking about Out to Lunch for the Super Nintendo. Yep, that’s a real game. In the spirit of this game about fine cuisine, we decide to skip our second MRE; we read another letter from our Fancy Listener in Evansville; we start-up the super-company Burger Tech; we have real talk about dieting, weight-loss and fitness; and we answer some voicemails.
By request of “Steve N” on Patreon, we’re talking about The Lawnmower Man for the SNES. Tyler unboxes his Loot Crate. Dave tells a super cringe-worthy story from his high school days. We answer some voicemails and texts. This is our first episode with an outro story, a tradition that’s sure to continue.
Tyler and Dave are about to murderlize the Malibu Interactive SNES game — wait for it — 3 Ninjas Kick Back (you probably knew that already from the post image). We open Sandwich Pope Phil’s “it’s a good size” but fulfilling package and we foul the sanctity of Jonathan Brandis’s name.
We reach deep down in Imagineering’s big bag of bad games and come up with Home Improvement: Power Tool Pursuit! for the Super Nintendo. We pitch a lot of good Tim Allen movies in this episode. We try some hard soda for the first time. We find out which Home Improvement character we are. And we do some highly anticipated Care Bear Cousins research.
Strap on your cybernetic jet-wings and soar with us on a magical journey through Skyblazer, a hidden gem on the Super Nintendo. Amazingly enough we talk a lot about the game itself but we also explore extremely important tangents. We read a listener letter! We invent the sequel to Sweeney Todd moments after forgetting the name of the Sweeney Todd (for the second time). There’s lots of eFukt talk. We decide what Max Hardcore should be doing instead of wasting away in a jail cell.
The McBoys have all assembled right in the middle of Russellfest. We got Kenny. We got Chester. And of course we got Billie. We discuss Stargate (in all its glory) for the Super Nintendo. We open Blake’s package, enjoy a good shlorp-clack, and Kenny issues a quiz.
We’re talking about the 1994 SNES game, Eek! The Cat. We each drink a Peach Bellini. We talk about how to flirt with men. We have an update on what a Walgreens Code Four is. Tyler explains to us what a pain particle is. Dave was a frog. There are two quizzes.
Ryan (of Saberto’s brother fame) joins to help Saberto and Dave talk about Captain Novolin, the diabetes education game for the Super Nintendo. Two-thirds of us are sick, we all try appletinis, and talk about doctors with neck fat. Also, Sean Connery calls us.
We’re talking about the holiday video game classic, Daze Before Christmas. We also share Christmas stories, chime in on the abstinence debate, try to figure out what happened to Drew Carey, and discuss prosthetic pump-action penises at length. Merry Christmas, everyone!