King of Dragons! The Randomizer won’t let you down, even when COVID and work related events will! We had to postpone the newest episode of The Scott Pilgrim game so we fell back on what the Randomizer chose after Tecmo Super Bowl – King of Dragons. It’s more medieval madness in the vein as Knights of the Round and Golden Axe. We do a deep dive as we all actually played this game together (Thank you, Nintendo Switch Online). But before that we talk about Death Note, how not to run a pizza place, and we take a fun psychological quiz – make sure to grab a pencil and paper so you can play along, it’s fun. Stop rolling your eyes, Dane. It’s fun. You’ll see.
Brawl Brothers! Just look at the art for the game. It’s supposed to two guys down the middle but just looks pretty terrible. Is this art better or worse than the game? Come find out! We talk about suffering from gout, lay heaps of praise upon the Post Papa John’s version of Papa John’s (this time with extra Shaq). We discuss taking care of your house, beef jerky, board games, the outrageous cost of pepperoncini peppers.
Well, it has “been a week”. With absolutely insane work schedules, Mothers Day events, graduations, and much much more, we were not able to get together this week to record something new new, but we didn’t want to skip a week. So…we’re opening The Patreon Vault to bring you an excellent episode that we recorded with one Ross Rachel Green from Across the Pond (you know, from the SNES quizzes on the show). We recorded this bonus episode back when we were doing bounties, and Ross put a bounty on a game that we hadn’t really heard of previously: Mazin Saga Mutant Fighter for the Sega Genesis, a game that tries to mash up a beat ’em up with a fighting game.
Important Facts About This Episode: 1. We originally recorded this back in October 2020. 2. We talk about giant feet a lot. 3. We would be without an episode today if it were not for our lovely Patreon donors. We appreciate the support and we thank you very much.
What is a cyborg? Is it a robot? Are they like androids? All we know is THEY AIN’T LADIES, courtesy of The Combatribes, this week’s SNES game from The Randomizer. We bring back Casey of Piggy Palace fame to talk about his emotional week…and this game. Is The Combatribes a hidden gem? What is Casey’s racy snapchat? What kind of dress-up are we going to be playing? Have a listen and find out!
This episode concludes the Final Fight series on the SNES! We take the power back from the Randomizer and do Final Fight 3 and Final Fight Guy to bring a beloved series to a close. I might say this show is 40% tangents, 50% Final Fight 3, 9% Quizzes, and a whopping 1% Final Fight Guy because that is literally all it deserves. We open an AMAZING package, go over a game that really surprised us, and a go over a game that did not. We think Alex Pena will give this episode a heart on Facebook so come check it out!
Legend. With a name like that, it has to be good, right? Or at least similar to the a plethora of other games that would also fit that sort of name? Yes, the second one. That’s exactly how it is. So the Randomizer dealt Tyler and Dave the side scrolling beat ’em up Legend. We give you a Jack update, how Melissa helped Tyler conquer something that he very much wanted conquered, Dave tells some sweet new Ultima Online stories. So please come check out a pretty okay review of Legend for the Super Nintendo.
Pretty good hand we got dealt by the Randomizer this week with Knights of the Round. It even scooped us up Sandwich Pope Phil Hawkins and J Jonah Jetplane Jonathan Wilson (though being on the other side of the world precluded his attendance). We talk hacked reddit accounts, eating in bed, Cadillacs & Dinosaurs, and a little about a talking mongoose – along with a decent dive in Knights of the Round. Enjoy!
Tyler and Dave loved Nicktoons growing up. Doug, Rugrats, Rocko’s Modern Life — and one more that the Randomizer had to ruin for us, Ren & Stimpy. So the Randomizer dealt us Ren & Stimpy: Fire Dogs for the SNES. But we decided to finish off the whole series and throw in Time Warp, Veediots, and Buckroo$ just to torture ourselves. We hope you enjoy our pain but we also do a deep dive into the good and bad history of Ren & Stimpy (along with it’s creator, John K.) There is plenty of nostalgia to soak in, along with the cringe of how awful John K is.