Incredible Crash Dummies. You read that correctly, not the Incredible Crash TEST Dummies (don’t worry, we explain why you may remember that extra word there). Join us as we journey down the road from PSA, to cartoon, to toys, and finally to video games for the Incredible Crash Dummies. We stop off in order to do an NBA style draft of chocolate based candies. Corey Feldman is discussed at length – some movies, his voice acting, more about Ian’s curiosity if Corey Feldman could have pulled off Indiana Jones, and his wide catalog of music. We swoon over The Kids in the Hall, discuss the estate of Casey Kasem and finally summon the Randomizer for what game we will play next. Come sit awhile and listen!
Final Fantasy VI (World of Ruin) has finally come to pass. Does this episode sound a little different? Well, that may be because we are all wearing masks just to be safe from Ian’s brush with COVID but we still recorded an episode! Courtesy of the Randomizer, we decided to re-record out early episodes where we covered this game for IGN’s Top 100 SNES game. We discussed it over two episodes so we changed it up with our new formula into two again – this time with the World of Balance and the World of Ruin (essentially the front and back halves of the game). So now we get to break down the VERY different half of the game, but just as beloved as the World of Balance. Tyler and Dave break down the game while Ian acts more as an audience surrogate asking some important questions. We have our hearts in this one, so we hope you enjoy.
Final Fantasy VI, yes, you read that correctly. The Randomizer threw Final Fantasy VI at us so we decided to take this opportunity to re-do our original two episodes over this game. We took is down for various reasons we get into knowing we would need to do it again – so here it is! This time we get to not just discuss the original but also the latest Pixel Remaster. Ian also gets to have his first experience with the game! So good things all around. With our new format, it doesn’t lend well to multiple episodes so for this we will be exclusively talking about the first half of Final Fantasy VI, aka, The World of Balance. So please come check out this new/old episode!
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.
Tecmo Super Bowl is finally here, after we annoucned it a few months ago. Why is it finally here? That’s because Covid finally arrived in the Holland household. So we bring back the true Randomizer and knock out all three Tecmo Super Bowl games for the SNES. Due to all the covid, we have to all be remote so just bear with us – we hope to be back in person next week in person with a new episode of the Scott Pilgrim game OR another gem gifted to us by the Randomizer. We talk what games we have been playing, some movies, and then do a deep dive into these games. We also take a jumbo quiz. Are you a fan of the Scott Pilgrim Game D&D sessions? If so, let’s see how you stack up against Ian and Dave when it’s quiz time! Tecmo Super Bowl!
The Randomizer x Wikipedia Ii, our final tribute to the dark lord of chaos, on this – the all hallow’s eve of our devlishly decadent mark of the beast episode – BEHOLD! TADPOG EPISODE 666! Is that enough adjectives for it? We had another unfortunate brush with COVID so we pushed back the Scott Pilgrim game for everyone’s safety. Therefore, BEHOLD! We fall down a Wikipedia rabbit hole and turn it into semi-interview questions. It works in a pinch! Enjoy! The Randomizer x Wikipedia
The Randomizer x Wikipedia is what we have to offer today. With the team still on the mend post COVID, we wanted to mix it up a bit and re-summon the Ol’ Randomizer but put it into something different than an SNES. This time we conjured the dark chaotic god of our own making and funneled it into Wikipedia. The result is a bizarre “Better know a host” quiz that goes all over the board. So we are remote, so things may sound a little different than usual again. We had a little bit of game talk, a lot of quiz, and just general hang-out. We hope you enjoy our little departure before we back to the standard stuff.
Sterling Sharpe: End 2 End is finally here. At the end of the end of End 2 End. Who better to play and discuss a very little known SNES football game than the guys who have brought you a long series of confusing hours where they try to make sense of it all? Honestly, it actually turns out a lot better than expected. Come here some chat about Varsity Blues, Mockbuster movies, Nothing but Trouble, legitimate football, and some real talk about Sterling Sharpe. Sit awhile and listen!