Well, luck of the Randomizer not be with us – Winter Olympics: Lillehammer ’94 was the draw for this week. Have you heard of this game? Have you seen this game in the wild? Are you familiar with Lillehammer outside of the Netflix show? Nope, not for us either. So we talk Olympics. We talk Cartoon Olympics. We talk, most importantly, about the vast catalog of Ernest movies and shows. So sit awhile and listen.
Nobunaga’s Ambition is…well…ambitious. And it certainly isn’t about revenge despite how many times Tyler tries to say it is. This week the Randomizer dealt TADPOG a card that made them grumble but turned out to be a surprise. So come listen to some chill LoFi game chat with plenty of odd tangents as we talk about this war strategy “dad” game.
Jim Power: The Lost Dimension in 3-D has arrived! I know it’s been a long time coming and everyone has been on the edge of their seat to hear about this game…hey, it sucks. There, now that is out of the way come enjoy us talk about the Genesis, Night Trap, a little Borderlands 3, a touch of Rogue Legacy, and a quiz about the SNES Adventure games. Come hear us talk and huge amount of trash about this game and all the tangents.
Okay, we will be honest. Jim Power on the SNES is pretty bad. We WILL get to it but Phantasmagoria had a bounty on it and Dave had a great time streaming it, SO HERE IT IS. Tyler and Dave talk about books, gaming, and a very British slang quiz with very Americanized British accents and go on in depth about how good Cockney Naruto would be. We do a deep dive into the FMV wonder of it’s time that is Phantasmagoria.
How do you do, fellow kids? Imagine if you will, that this episode is packaged tightly inside a puffy white VHS clamshell case, because just like Disney, we’re opening the vault. The Patreon Vault! We’ll be back next week with Jim Power: The Lost Dimension in 3D for the SNES. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy this episode brought to you by our wonderful Patreon donors.
The Randomizer ran out of MP last week since time after time after time it chose games we had already played — so we went rogue and decided to talk about some Super Scope games that randomly checked out a few months ago – Battle Clash and Metal Combat: Falcon’s Revenge. Let’s cut to the chase, these games are fantastic. So please join us while we talk games, take a quiz, persuade Melissa to briefly join us, and get very very hot.
Battle Clash and Metal Combat: Falcon’s Revenge Shownotes:
In 2020, do you know how to get Tyler and Dave together to beat a game for the show? You have a dark god of chance choose for them to play a Super Scope game. This week, courtesy of the Randomizer, we talk about Yoshi’s Safari. BUT NOT JUST YOSHI’S SAFARI. We also talk lush toys, take an opening AND a closing quiz, try some Pringles, discuss the different kinds of spider and how they play into fetishes. Come check us out!
Have you ever heard of a game and just from the title could picture EXACTLY what it would be like? No big surprises. No big disappointments. 100% exactly what you expected. That is our experience playing the entire Jeopardy series of games for the SNES. WE ARE BACK IN THE STUDIO THOUGH, so just give us a chance – we talk bathroom accidents, cam girls, getting older, a little UO, a little Murk Borg, and a little Jeopardy. We promise it’s worth your time.