HEY! LISTEN! Well, please listen. This episode about Super Star Fox Weekend is a little different that the others you’ve gotten used to because we are talking about competition cartridges. The Randomizer chose Super Star Fox Weekend Challenge for us so we are lumping in the Donkey Kong Country Competition Cartridge, 1990 Nintendo World Championship, Nintendo Campus Challenge 1991, Nintendo Campus Challenge 1992, Powerfest ’94, Blockbuster World Championships, and Blockbuster Game Championship II. Do you like historical gaming goofs? We think you’ll like this one so give it a listen, please.
Oh man, finally! We are everyone’s favorite 1993 time travel based law enforcement show starring a handsome male lead who also has plenty of movies under his belt – TIME COP! What? No? What the hell is Time Trax? THE SAME THING BUT WORSE? AND THEY MADE A GAME ABOUT IT? HOW IS IT? Listen and see! We try to be funny to compensate and Terrified Michelle calls in with the most divisive question since “Wiping: Sitting or Standing?”
OOPS! ALL TANKS! We dun goofed for this one and played too many Battle Tank games. Luckily, Master Cycle Baron Kevin Link was on to even things up. Tyler and Dave played Super Battle Tank 2 and Link played Super Battle Tank. So we covered both – worry not! They are basically the same game. Lots of Tank Talk. Both literal and Girl varieties. We also find out what game Nikki has mastered and of whom Dave is truly jealous.
We prayed to Randomizer while wearing Dr. Seuss hats, wearing alien pendants, wearing JNCOs full of yo-yos. The Randomizer accepted our offering of 90s trends and responded with giving us Beavis and Butt-Head for the SNES to review. We had to bring on our most Wizened Sage, Ian Chandler, to help gird our Mike Judge mindset to properly enjoy the game. We talk movies, try some hot mustard, take a quiz, and get the REAL AND TRUE STORY to Beavis and Butt-Head. Probably.
Salutations, honored TADPOG listener! Have you heard the good word of the Randomizer? In it’s limited and ever shrinking divinity but infinite wisdom it deals out both the greatest of pleasures and the most horrendous of pains! Today, fair listener, we received the the large uncomfortable end of the no-no stick this week with The Terminator. We try to make it good for you with a pretty good Kenna story, a new Back the Future timeline, some robot talk, some Wolverine talk and am amuse-bouche of Belle Delphine talk, oh, and we pitch a totally new direction for the show.
So I think you faithful listeners are sorta into video games like our podcast is sorta a video game podcast – so we change it up and bring you and entirely new podcast called SODA JERKS! where we review different totally common everyday sodas that you can get anywhere! Well, we do that for the first 30 minutes then we bow to whims of our Chaotic Neutral god and talk about Firestriker for the SNES. So between Jack updates, soda talk, Firestriker discussion and a special Billy related stinger- we think you’ll enjoy this one.
With more cloaks and chains than a cultish orgy, we take a bribe and play Todd McFarlane’s Spawn, the 1995 action/beat ’em up for the Super Nintendo. Thanks Mysterious iTunes Donor- Tim I. Tunes who totally didn’t bribe us to produce an episode on this game, we dove full tilt into the 90s fest that is this game. We have plenty of deep religious discussion, sexual merchandise, and well researched John Leguizamo trivia.
Todd McFarlane’s Spawn: The Video Game Podcast Shownotes:
Hey, Jeppy! We’re talking about Smart Ball, the 1992 SNES Action-Adventure game by Game Freak. (They called it Jerry Boy in Japan, you probably know it by that name). Not only do we talk about slime boys, we open a Christmas card in March from The Piggs! We also take a moment to cast TV dads as the Seven Deadly Sins.