Indie games have been absolutely exploding all over the Nintendo Switch platform, and we couldn’t be happier! Enjoy these selections from some of our favorite titles, and maybe you’ll discover some new ones!
Our musical theme this week may sound morbid, but we swear we’re coming from a good place! The theme is all things blood related! Characters who drink blood, fighting games that draw blood, and hospitals that need blood. That means everything from smooth, sexy jams, to heavy hitting 16-bit classics, to old-school hip-hop!
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Black Witch – Dragon Star Varmir – PlayStation 4 – Yoh Ohyama, Kaori Tsutsui, Tesisena
Option – Vampire Night – PlayStation 2 – Unknown
The Hall Stage – Mortal Kombat – Genesis – Dan Forden, adapted by Matt Furniss
Rumble – Wu-Tang Clan Shaolin Style – PlayStation – U-God, feat. Inspectah Deck, Leatha Face, Method Man, Produced by True Master
Urge to Freedom – Mary Skelter: Nightmares – PlayStation Vita, Steam – Yoh Ohyama, Teisena
Gentle Breeze – Trauma Center Under The Knife 2 – Nintendo DS – Manabu Namiki
Underground – Bloody Roar – PlayStation – Takayuki Negishi
Blood Moon Masacre/Embrace Death (Samurai Showdown 2019) – Ghostwriter
Drive of Speeding – Mary Skelter Nightmares – PlayStation Vita, Steam – Yoshihiro Kawagoe, Teisena
This week on the show we play music chosen by our listeners and Patreon members! We enjoy the tunes and read their testimonials. Also, this week’s show was recorded over live-stream for our Patreon members, a monthly show just for subscribers 🙂 We chat with the audience between breaks, and get REAL silly listening to tunes and telling stories!
Also on the show, we play “Is this a real Streets of Rage enemy” and Pernell has to guess the fake ones from the real ones! How well can you do?
Surf City – Battletoads – Genesis – David Wise
Somewhere in The Woods – a short hike – Steam – Mark Sparling
Base Point – Racing Lagoon – PlayStation – Noriko Matsueda, Takahito Eguichi
This week’s show is all about playing fast, being fast, and finishing games fast! It was also recorded live at the Indy Hall in Philadelphia as part of the Philly Podcast festival! Sooooo, there may be a few visual jokes that won’t translate well, but it’s all part of the live experience! We hope you enjoy the show, because it was a blast to do!
World 5 Normal and Fast – 1001 Spikes – RushJet1
Swimming While It Rains – Dustforce – Xbox360 – Lifeformed
Savannah Citadel, Day – Sonic Unleashed – PlayStation 2 – Tomoya Ohatani, Fumie Kumatani, Kenichi Tokoi, Hideaki Kobayashi, Takahito Eguchi
Optimistic Way – Half-Minute Hero – Tetsuya Shibata credited as Toru Nakagawa
Area 7 Croog’s Doom Dozer – Drill Dozer – GameBoy Advance – Go Ichinose, Satoshi Nohara
Plains Level – Kirby’s Adventure – NES – Hirokazu Ando
Escape! – La Mulana – PC – Takumi Naramura, Houryu Samejima
Hurry Faster! – Final Fantasy VII – PlayStation – Nobuo Uematsu
This week’s show is all about that fast part of the game. You know, THAT part. Where your heart speeds up and suddenly everything you learned flies right out your brain. There are moments in games that make you PANIC, and sometimes it’s not the game. Sometimes it’s your opponent. (Pernell) And your opponent (Pernell) is somehow better (WAY better) at these puzzle games for some reason! Let’s listen!