We can’t record at home because Bill still has no internet service after 7 days. Joe asks him why he felt he needed to buy a new TV. Joe wants a mini robot for his office desk. We talk new game systems and how Bill tried to buy a drone at an auction. Joe loves playing McDonald’s Monopoly. We argue again where our YouTube content should be going and who is the “Taco Bell” of the coffee shop world. Enjoy!
Vox Foot, Jann Arden, Better Call Saul, Quake 2, Forza Horizon 2, Donnie Darko, Mannequin, Stuck in the 80’s, Superman II, The Great Outdoors
Zak McKrakken, and Red Faction: Guerilla
Derek (Two Dorks), Chris (cwr2) and Rich (thesinglebanana) discuss garage sales, finding deals at game stores, best finds ever and collecting toys!...
What does self-lubrication, window-trim painting and hooking up with the internet have to do with each other? Well, in the real world, nothing, but in the world of STCPod it’s all part of another weekly award-winning show. Throw in some pasta with oil, a gaming chair, Resident Evil 2, PS Classic vs V.R., old school flight simulators and kids in sports and you can sit yourself down for another hour of entertainment! Enjoy!
Nintendough and the PS1 Classic, 4 things about Vox, Wonder Woman, Judge Dredd, The Raid, Doom
A look at some of the moments in video games that have frightened me the most. This covers 20+ years of gaming history and includes jump scares, creeping dread, ghosts, monsters, and horrifying sound effects. What are some of your favourite scary moments?
Google’s Project Stream has Plug n’ Play PS4 Controller Support! More Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey Gameplay.
More Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey streamed via Google’s #ProjectStream Beta. After fixing my Ethernet connection, I’m able to play at 600/800Mbps and…it…is…lovely!
Response video to Mike of The Retrollectors of expensive NES games in my collection!
We’re heading to our sixth Portland Retro Gaming Expo on Oct 19, 2018, and we thought it might be fun to share with you the things we do to prepare for this epic retro-gaming extravaganza! We also share our “top 5” wishlist items we hope to find at this year’s expo. Check out the video and let us know in the comments how you prepare for your favorite retro-gaming expo!
Welcome to our September 2018 pick-up video! September was a light month, but we did get one game that Melissa can’t seem to put down. Check out the video to see the stuff we grabbed!
A little too much caffeine today and a little too much N64 last night has me here typing about a game no one cares about before a few meetings at...
Mega Man 11 - The Blue Bomber's Best! Having just come off the high that was the Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 + 2, I was prepped and ready to go...
A few years ago, I set myself up with a Crunchyroll account. This was my chance to return to the land of Anime. To once again enjoy Frieza’s defeat on Namek. To trudge across the deserts of Gunsmoke with Vash the Stampede. To relive the Zaibach Empire’s war on Gaea. But alas, the allure of Netflix and other streaming services thwarted my efforts. Needless to say, when I had the opportunity to play through Gintama Rumble on the PS4, I knew this was my chance.
It was 2013, and to me, the Game Boy never looked so good! A blue freezer bag, filled to the brim of small, grey plastic carts, and a tattered cardboard box of AA batteries. I was ready to conquer whatever I pulled out first. What would my first adventure of the weekend be? Super Mario Land? How about Metroid II? Ooo, maybe I’d pull out Kirby’s Dreamland!? The Nintendo gods had other plans for me. Reaching in I pulled out a game I’d never heard of before; from a genre I rarely played. It was Chase H.Q. Little did I know, 60-seconds behind the wheel of my souped-up Porsche was all it took to get me hooked.
“The biggest omission in my backlog”
5 Quick Display Ideas for a game collection was a video series I started months and months ago and Its taken a while to grab 5 more general Ideas for displaying game collections.
The Gamers had an experience with a wild super nintendo game. We get gourmet with Little Debbie and end the show with some tips on obtaining NSFW Tomb Raider images on the internet in 1997.
I saw a bunch of my friends did a video about their top five NES games and after looking through my collection thought it might be fun!
Slain: Back from Hell. A heavy metal inspired arcade combat with puzzle elements and gore galore. Stunning visuals and true old school gameplay accompanied by the most metal soundtrack you’ve ever heard. (Yeah, on the money)