Top Gun flies into TADPOG studios! Does it safely land to proper fanfare? Or does it do a nosedive into the water right before the carrier like 99% of all landing attempts the general population did attempting to play this game? We discuss The Boys, Fargo, Final Fantasy VI, and even do a particular draft of insufferable jerks (we do use different verbiage though). So come here us do a deep dive into Top Gun, the movie, Top Gun: Maverick, and both the NES games – Top Gun and Top Gun: The Second Mission. So come, please sit awhile and listen.
HyperZone! Does that sound like a SNES game, a cheap 3rd party peripheral, or maybe a candy game at Chuck E. Cheese? Well, the one we are talking about is an SNES that is a totally new one on us. There is some Six Flags talk, some multiplayer game talk, and even a draft. There are some strong opinions about this strange, but in some ways not so strange, little game. But what are your favorite cartoons? Anyway, sit awhile and listen to some HyperZone talk, please!
Pop’n TwinBee is a series we didn’t really get here in the states BUT thanks to the Nintendo Switch Online service, we finally get a shot at one of MANY games. You know there is something about the game when we skip over intro stories and roll right into the game talk
The Randomizer ran out of MP last week since time after time after time it chose games we had already played — so we went rogue and decided to talk about some Super Scope games that randomly checked out a few months ago – Battle Clash and Metal Combat: Falcon’s Revenge. Let’s cut to the chase, these games are fantastic. So please join us while we talk games, take a quiz, persuade Melissa to briefly join us, and get very very hot.
Battle Clash and Metal Combat: Falcon’s Revenge Shownotes:
Not since Gradius has there been so much debate on how to properly pronounce the name of a video game here on TADPOG. So RAIDEN TRAD. Is it Rye-den Trad? Ray-den Trad? Who knows? (Probably Dave) So please come on a journey with us where we talk about this shooter with plenty of discussion on Slush Puppies, Icee, Jim Varney, Patty Duke and a little Top Gun. Enjoy!
“Pour the silver!” Dave shouted at Tyler. Tyler quickly poured the molten silver into the pentagram mold while chanting the opera scene from Final Fantasy VI backward. “Light our candles at my signal.” Tyler said, he and Dave, nodding to each other. “Now.” Tyler flatly said, as he and Dave lit their replica of the candles Rita Repulsa used to take away the Green Ranger’s powers. “It is finished, The Randomizer is sealed…for now.” Dave said with an exhausted smile. NOW LET’S TALK ABOUT THE SUPER SCOPE! We were given a great gift by Usurper Grimm with a boxed Super Scope. So we have to talk about the Super Scope and it’s packed-in game Super Scope 6. But we do try a hot sauce, talk about port-a-potty problems and delve into some childhood memories. Enjoy!
Master Cycle Baron Link (back from the Temple of Time) joins us this week to talk about Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf, the 1992 helicopter shoot ’em up by Electronic Arts (specifically the SNES version). We have The Randomizer to thank for this one (all hail The Randomizer). There is a deep dive into the state of Tyler’s balls and a good update on Link’s balls. Did you miss TADPOG Theatre? No? Well, sorry. We present to you the short and sweet saga of podcast promoter Chris.Jarico.9.
We’re talking about M.U.S.H.A., the delightfully weird shoot ’em up for the Sega Genesis, which was sent to us by Bloody Handed Otaku of Ziggy Moons Michael. We get into the ins and outs of this game but more importantly: Tyler started playing Pokémon GO, we eat Zebra Nutty Buddies, and we have a serious conversation about the future of calls on the show. Taryn left a voicemail, she’s pissed and she had a sex dream about one of the cohosts.