RoboCop Versus The Terminator robotically walks into way onto TADPOG shores. This sorta counts as an Arnold tangential movie, right? The streak continues? We make a strong come back with “Anime I?” since Ian has a very strong recommendation. We talk some about Thanksgiving (it was Thanksgiving Eve when we recorded this, after all), discuss what we’ve been playing then take up a Thanksgiving Foods draft, we honestly can’t recall if we have done that one before or not, before taking a deep dive into RoboCop Versus The Terminator. We have some feelings about this one, so please, sit awhile and listen!
Last Action Hero completes our SNES Schwarzenegger Series and we come full loaded to discuss what we thought not just about the game but also the movie – this is one Ian hadn’t even seen but Tyler has, that’s the very first time that has ever happened. But even better than all things Last Action Hero – Dave has started The Dark Tower series. So there is plenty of Dark Tower talk along with our theme. So if you enjoy any of it, please sit awhile and listen to our episode over Last Action Hero!
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!
In the immortal words of Cliffhanger, “Hang on for your life!”. That’s right, pack your gear because we’re headed on a journey through the icy peaks of Cliffhanger for the Super Nintendo. This notoriously “bad video game”, based on the action film of the same name, was developed by Malibu Interactive and published by Sony Imagesoft in 1993. As we venture into the game and the movie it’s based on, get ready for a rollercoaster of discussions and nostalgia. We promise there’s a draft in this episode.
Demolition Man explodes onto TADPOG in our SNES Stallone Series. We keep our movie game standard and watch the movie so we can discuss it and compare it to the game, so if you love Demolition Man the movie, this is the episode for you. Even more so if you love the reunions of TADPOG I.T. since Jon Turley returns to the show! Dave and Ian are longtime fans of the movie and Tyler watches it for the first time though a modern day lens. There is a very appropriate draft. And plenty of game talk. Lots of movie and game talk, some please come sit awhile and listen to all things Demolition Man!
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.
One Calls! That’s right. We take exactly 1 call. Is it particularly long and cucumbersome (I realize) call? Does it take us deep into our souls and yield the fruit of beautiful revealing conversation? Or do we go really long on a draft we enjoyed and only had time to take a single call? You should listen and find out. We may technically take 2 calls but that first call is something totally different. How is it different? Why is it different? You’ll have to sit awhile and listen to find out. One Calls.