Hey, look what the Randomizer threw at us! Paladin’s Quest! I see castles in the box art and Paladin is in the title so it must be a classic medieval RPG. No? It’s a futuristic space game that never once contains the word “Paladin”? Well, from that you probably know exactly what you’re in for with this episode. Don’t worry, we bring on TADPOG IT, Captain Gun Nerd Jon and Wizened Sage Ian. You know it will be a very good hang out and chat type episode with some touches of Paladin’s Quest. Come enjoy!
By the prismatic light of the Randomizer, we bring you King Arthur and the Knights of Justice. This show has it all: we take some calls where Patron Saint Zach tells Tyler he’s peaked and then lists snakes, we tell fast food horror stories, we talk about things being launched into large bowls, and there’s just the right amount of King Arthur.
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And on that day, Tyler and Dave began their long journey through the entire remainder of the SNES Library. How many companions would they discover along the way? How many forgotten treasures? How many tangents about their junk would lead them astray? Only time will tell. Join them today on the journey of 714 steps with The 7th Saga. But only if you have the strength of Ron Perlman, the dexterity of Ron Perlman, and the broadness of chin of, well, Ron Perlman.
Original Flavor Wednesday has once again come, TADPOG Nation. On this episode we’ll be talking about IGN’s #41 ranked SNES game Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen. Notable tangents include very shameful family moments, shameful mispronunciations of things both related to video games and the Periodic Table. We also discuss the hidden true history the Illuminati has been trying to hide from you concerning George Washington and The Daughters of the American Revolution.
Wednesday has come again so that means its time for TADPOG Original Flavor Wednesday. This week we’re discussing IGN’s #42 ranked SNES game, E.V.O. Search for Eden. The First Lord of the TADPOG Nation, Dennis Robison stops by to guest host. In this episode we deeply explore the controversial topic of the teaching of creationism vs. evolution in today’s public school system and back up all our points and counterpoints with well-documented sources. Not really but there is a lot of banter and speculation about where this game was coming from and what is was trying to say.