Even time off apart couldn’t stop us from arguing about the smallest things this week. Nothing was safe from us….not even Joe’s red eye and Bill wanting to shoot drops into it. Halfway through the year and we’re only getting stronger and better as we push for back-to-back Podcast of the Year awards. Enjoy!
Welcome to a special MightyQBros podcast celebrating another ‘Rick V. Day’ anniversary! On July 18, 1997, Eric “MightyQDawg” and his brothers received a very special package in the mail containing a huge lot of SMS games. It was a very exciting day for us, and one that stuck with us for the last two decades. In this podcast, Eric and his brother, Gavin, discuss some notable games that were included in the Rick V. Day bundle! Enjoy the podcast!
Vox’s 88 issues, Steam sale and “Papers, Please”, Kevin’s mouse house, The Big Nickel?, Star Wars: The Last Jedi Spoiler talk
In this week’s show, we try to be more open-minded, talk some acoustic guitars and guess who completely forgot someones birthday. Cartridge Club Chicago Con is coming up. We discuss some good (and bad) movies that we have watched. How did Tony Iommi play guitar with missing fingers and one of us visits the Kingston Penitentiary.
Derek (Two Dorks), Chris (cwr2) and Chris (bassguy654) talk about starting out selling on eBay, selling the stuff you have lying around, Furby, NES...
Episode 20 of my top 100 video games of all time! This list is going to cover all kinds of games from many different genres, time periods, and platforms that struck a chord with me. This is the final episode, covering numbers 5 – 1 and it’s an RPG-heavy one.
Over the years I’ve acquired a series of books written by modern day ninjutsu practitioners. Some are informative. Some are practical. But most have trouble balancing the desire to demystify with the need to sell books. Let’s talk about them.
Welcome to our June 2018 pick-up video! Things picked-up a bit in June compared to previous months, including on old wish-list item and the rerelease of the NES Classic Edition. Check out the video to see the stuff we grabbed!
Joe comes back hard with some major finds to fill in his inventory and Bill fires back with berries and tape dispensers! What are these videos turning into??
X-Kaliber 2097 - Morph-shredding moves with cutting-edge grooves X-Kaliber 2097 was one of few SNES games I owned that began with the letter X....
Body Harvest - Sowing the seeds of the sandbox This game slipped well under my radar for the better part of 20 years. In my youth, I was too busy...
Another huge and heartfelt thanks for the great (and fun) feedback you guys have given. I'm having a blast, and already have a few dozen of these...
Got some great reviews on the inaugural blog post. Huge thanks to all of you for the great conversation and support - made this endeavor so much...
Let me start by saying, I'm no Comic Book guru. Far from it actually. Growing up, I hardly remember reading a single issue of anything outside of my...
Scott`s Game Asylum is a weekly game review show where i take a look at retro/modern games and see if they are worth your time. All with a smattering of British sarcasm.
THIS WEEK on Frantic Thoughts, I TRY to talk about snacks, discuss Sorry to Bother You, and Get super hyped over some Spiderman news!
More ways to display Nintendo Switch games in your game collection! The nintendo switch has no end to its display possibilities! Collect what you love and have a great day!
The third part of The Old Ass Retro Gamer’s epic 4-part pick-up extravaganza focuses on the newest Xbox, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, PS Vita, Sony PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii and Xbox One games he’s added to his collection recently.