With a title like World Heroes, this game has to be good! Right? And when we say World Heroes you know what kind of game it is! No? Good, we didn’t either. So this week, courtesy of the Randomizer, we play the Street Fight clone “World Heroes”. Maybe the only game where Rasputin and a Nazi Robot are “heroes”. Also, we had to bring on our premier fightologist, Wizened Sage Ian to help cover the game. If you need to hear about building a deck AND the light touch in quantum mechanics then this is the episode for you.
By the grace of The Randomizer, welcome to our Art of Fighting episode where we talk about parenting a lot. But not just parenting, we recast Sex and the City with Street Fighter characters (it’s pretty perfect, don’t worry.). A defense is made for Monster energy drink and to better protect our Kyles. Have you wanted to hear an official prayer to The Randomizer? Good, we have one for review. Also, we debate whether or not Tyler should send pictures of his vasectomy, by request, to the sweetest fan from the Isle of Man.
This is a game-heavy episode, which we guess is okay because it’s “technically” a “video game podcast”. Anyway, we’re talking about Samurai Shodown, the second-ranked game on Digital Trends’ list of 25 Best Sega Genesis games. Do not worry, we also talk about tee-ball. Continue reading →
Suit up in your favorite brand-agnostic cap and jacket and join the fight as we go head-to-head about Fatal Fury, Digital Trends’ twelfth-ranked Sega Genesis game. We also take some time to open a package from Shadowrunner Kody Stinson, we talk about D&D a lot, Dave geeks out on the fighting genre (probably exposes some ignorance), we talk about our favorite lady judges from The Voice, also there’s a “Fatal or Fury?” quiz, and of course some bangin’ Whammies.