The crew explores Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles games spanning from the Nintendo Entertainment System, arcades and up to the systems of the mid-90s.
The Region Free Gamers are proud to announce a single elimination tournament series in which the great games of 1998 battle for supremacy!
All five hosts get together for an episode that serves as a reintroduction of sorts to the crew…brought to you by IHOP (but not really).
The crew explores the interesting failure of the Turbografx-16 and dive into its deep catalog of terrific games.
The crew discusses the psychological horror of Silent Hill 2, one of the best games of all time.
The guys are joined by James Moller as they put on their farming overalls and talk about the most relaxing video game series that is Harvest Moon.
The crew welcomes Anthony Arriaga a/k/a Polybits into the permanent rotation of hosts, making the podcast 20% more Puerto Rican. And what better way to start it off than by chatting about what the crew has been playing lately. The crew first starts chatting about the Long Island Retro Gaming Expo, which Arnie, Anthony and Ozzy recently attended. Arnie then talks about his quest to complete all the mainline Final Fantasy games, starting with the very first one and then…
This is a very different episode from our usual format. For the most part, we tend to focus on a particular game or series and explore it to the best extent possible through research and a recollection of our experiences. That format allows us all to provide insight into a topic we love. This episode tries something new by interviewing Patrick Hickey Jr., a writer and lifelong gamer that has taken it upon himself to dig into the corners of…
Typing up the title of this episode makes us feel old, but talking Sega Dreamcast instantly makes us feel twenty years younger! The guys start off talking about the Sega Saturn’s demise leading up to the Dreamcast launch, and Paul’s perhaps unhealthy obsession with former Sega president Bernie Stolar (4:00). Our first experiences with the Dreamcast are up next as well as a chat about the corporate politics at Sega at the time (8:20). We discuss the memorable launch (31:00)…
The crew takes a look at the 16-bit Castlevania games: Castlevania IV, Rondo of Blood and Castlevania: Bloodlines (and Dracula X, because why not).