Rock N’ Roll Racing Edition

Cover art for episode 78 of the SNEScapades podcast featuring Rock N' Roll Racing. Also Plok and F-1 Redline Racer

We’ve got, not one, but two racing games for you today… kinda. Redline F-1 Racer really isn’t much to write home about, but Rock N’ Roll Racing has become one of our favorite racing games on the system.

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Operation Logic Bomb Edition

Cover for SNEScapades episode 77 featuring Operation Logic Bomb. Also PTO and Mortal Kombat.

It’s time to talk about Koei for the very last time. Yup, we’re calling it a day on covering Koei games (with possibly a few exceptions) as we just can’t wrap our heads around them. We’ll explain more in the episode.

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Cool Spot Edition

Cover for SNEScapades podcast episode 76 featuring Cool Spot. Also Captain America and the Avengers and Mecarobot Golf

Today, Link and Emmy play a port of an arcade brawler from 1991 based on the Avengers. Will this be as good as other licensed arcade brawlers from the same era (like TMNT, The Simpsons, and X-Men)? Well… You’ll just have to listen and find out.

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Yoshi’s Cookie Edition

Cover for SNEScapades episode 70 featuring Yoshi's Cookie, plus WWF Royal Rumble

In this episode, we’re talking about WWF Royal Rumble and Yoshi’s Cookie. Two games that couldn’t be much more different from each other.

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Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego Edition

SNEScapades Podcast #69 featuring Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego and Wolfchild

We break down Wolfchild and Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego and Wolfchild. Discuss the history of Core Design. SteampunkLink SINGS! All this and NO jokes about this being episode 69.

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The Blues Brothers Edition

SNEScapades Podcast Episode 68 Featuring The Blues Brothers. Plus The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends, and The Great Waldo Search

After taking a holiday break, Emmy Zero and SteampunkLink are back. We wish we could tell you that they’ve got some real bangers for the first episode back, but we don’t. We’re talking about three games based on other franchises and those tend to be a bit spotty.

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