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.
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.
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.
It has BEGUN! Emmy and Link welcome Trevor from the Catching up on Cinema podcast to talk (for a very long time) about the 1995 film “Mortal Kombat.” All of your favorite characters are here. Johnny gets a few great lines, Sonya… falls down while trying to throw a kick, and Lu Kang is the most special boy.
Not too long ago, we had an idea of a way we could get through sports games on the SNES. That idea was just to do them all in chunks to help get them over with faster. Unfortunately, we don’t really think we nailed it with that one. So we close the book on “Sports Desk” episodes with all the 1993 football games.
We celebrate another milestone with a bunch of great guests. We talk SNES games, Super Scope games, general 90s nostalgia, our dream 90s-themed podcast convention, music, and more. Also it seems that Link and Emmy REALLY like talking Power Rangers and Link will find any excuse to bring up St. Louis pizza.
Here it is, folks. By the end of this episode, there will be 200 games on our ranked list. Not only that, but two of these games are going to shake up the upper portion of the list. Perhaps even a top ten contender? Two top ten contenders? I’m not saying here. You’re just going to have to listen.
Link couldn’t even be bothered to get far enough into Dungeon Master to get a proper screenshot of an actual character on a repeat playthrough for the cover art of this episode. The theme of today’s episode is “Who thought this was a good idea?”
We have the good, the bad, and the indifferent today, and you might be a little surprised to find out which one is which. The Battletoads may have usurped BOB for the cover of the last Nintendo Power they discussed, but Link and Emmy are making BOB the cover boy he was meant to be in this episode of SNEScapades.
Another month down, another Nintendo Power issue to talk about, and another episode of SNEScapades that goes on longer than an hour. In this episode, Link and Emmy discuss Jurassic Park, interesting controllers, cute teenage robots, iffy Nintendo science, and games you can play with your dad (or maybe your imagined younger self as the mid-life crisis sets in?)