Judge Dredd has come to conclude our Stallonesgiving series in style. We have now all seen Judge Dredd and give our very detailed feelings on both the movie and the game. We also talk about the Five Nights at Freddy’s movie, we take a quick dip into “Anime I?” territory, look at Warthunder, Treehouse of Horror, and some other horror hole related things. So, if you love the movie talk along with the game talk, especially if it Sylvester Stallone flavored, well, we have quite the episode for you in Judge Dredd. Come sit awhile and listen!
The Itchy & Scratchy Game is here and concludes our SNES Simpsons Saga! None of us had ever heard of or experienced this game in any way so it was brand new territory for all of us. But before we talk all about Itchy trying to kill Scratchy, we visit the Horror Hole, chat about some “Anime I?”, the new sauces at McDonald’s, and even more. So please, come sit awhile and listen to fight. And bite. And fight, and bite…and fight over the wonderful world of The Itchy & Scratchy Game.
Virtual Bart. That’s right, Bart is back in virtual form! Did you know Bart’s Nightmare had a sequel? We didn’t! So join us for a deep dive into all the little mini games that comprise this game. But before that, we discuss the new Frasier and Ashoka. The we hit of Ian’s Horror Hole and have a little “Anime I?” before we do a very thematic draft and roll into our real feelings about this game as part of our SNES Simpsons Saga. So please sit awhile and listen to some straight white guys take a very deep dive on an early 90s Simpsons game!
Bart’s Nightmare has arrived on TADPOG shores, officially cementing our TADPOG Simpson Series where will cover all the SNES Simpsons games, back to back to back to back. To Tyler’s amusement, we dive into Bart’s Nightmare this week. We update you our Sea of Stars progress. Dave gets back into Phasmophobia. Ian loves The Exorcist. Tyler had stove drama. There is a food related draft. We end up jumping into the homework page of insanity that is this game. So please join us for a conversation on Bart’s Nightmare.
Hey, look! It’s WWF Super Wrestlemania, WWF Royal Rumble, & WWF Raw for the SNES! All courtesy of the dream team that is LJN and the The Randomizer! We bring a real life wrestler in the form of Brooks Arnold (his family is well and we did out show prep all properly and whatnot) so this episode finally happens! Brooks tells stories of his wrestling days, we do an Athletes draft and talk some anime, movies, and TV before doing a deep dive into these 3 games. So please do us a favor, sit awhile and listen!
WWF Super WrestleMania, WWF Royal Rumble, & WWF Raw (SNES) Shownotes:
Incredible Crash Dummies. You read that correctly, not the Incredible Crash TEST Dummies (don’t worry, we explain why you may remember that extra word there). Join us as we journey down the road from PSA, to cartoon, to toys, and finally to video games for the Incredible Crash Dummies. We stop off in order to do an NBA style draft of chocolate based candies. Corey Feldman is discussed at length – some movies, his voice acting, more about Ian’s curiosity if Corey Feldman could have pulled off Indiana Jones, and his wide catalog of music. We swoon over The Kids in the Hall, discuss the estate of Casey Kasem and finally summon the Randomizer for what game we will play next. Come sit awhile and listen!
Double Dragon III: The Sacred Stones had to be done. The final NES Saga featuring Bimmy and Jimmy is now under TADPOG’s belt. We will get back to the Scott Pilgrim Inspired 5e D&D game next week but for now we talk about Thor, JoJo, horror movies, and a deep dive into the not so successful Double Dragon III: The Sacred Stones. Come listen to us open a fan package, take some calls, and much more!
The Randomizer mumbled something at us. “What? Speak, beast.” Dave commanded. “urosmif” the Randomizer grumbled lazily. “TELL US THE GAME!” Tyler shouted. The Randomizer grinned, “Aerosmith.” Tyler and Dave knew that was no game. “REVOLUTION X!” The Randomizer sang in its best Steven Tyler impression. That’s right! Remember that arcade game? They ported it to SNES or at least they tried. But hey, SODA JERKS returns! We talk Super Scope and make some goofs! Check it out!