Randy dons his cauldron to delve into the crafty world of Wytchwood. Meanwhile, D.J. once again finds himself stuck on a Raft. Also: Wordle, plus a listener mail solves a decades-old VGH mystery.
Author: Video Game Hangover
Randy reveals his 2022 gaming resolution: To dab harder than anyone has dabbed before in Just Dance. Meanwhile, Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker brings D.J.’s MMO journey to a close… or does it? Also: Proper kadomatsu technique.
We present our favorite games of 2021, while keeping things mostly drama-free.
An alternate soundtrack for any dungeons you may encounter.
Ten years ago we had Bob Hope, Johnny Cash, and Rotating Riker.
We put our heads together to determine the definitive best game soundtracks of 2021. If it’s not here, it wasn’t music!
D.J. gets caught up in repainting the entire world in Chicory: A Colorful Tale. Meanwhile, Randy embraces his inner big blue angry sword guy in Grindstone.
As huge fans of the series, we can’t wait to see what Mr. Halo is up to in his new game, Halo Infinite. Also: Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, and another look at Pikmin Bloom.
Randy gets in touch with all the aspects of his personality (and his tie) in Disco Elysium. Meanwhile, D.J. struggles to adapt to rural English living (plus £30,000,000 of debt) in SWERY’s The Good Life. Also: The hit video game, Grand Theft Auto!
We emerge from Extra Life weekend with a recap of all the games we played, including: It Takes Two, Back 4 Blood, The Artful Escape, Super Metroid, and a look at the big Animal Crossing: New Horizons update.
Randy discovers a wide world of sentient plants just outside his door in Pikmin Bloom. Meanwhile, D.J. enjoys the low-budget thrills of Dungeon Encounters. Also: Throwing metaphorical but also literal baggage into a fire in Bonfire Peaks.
OooOOOOooOooooOoo it’s Halloween and we’ve played a frightening assortment of terrifying games, including Inscryption, Spookware, Back in 1995, and moooOooOOore!
At long last, Randy enters the “Deathloop.” Meanwhile, D.J. tries to forget all about Metroid Dread with some delightful puzzle-platforming in ElecHead. And, at long last, Randy enters the “Deathloop.”
We’ve got a double (or triple?) dose of Metroid discussion with a quick detour through Metroid Fusion before arriving at the long-awaited Metroid Dread. Also: a robotic dog disaster in Battlefield 2042.
D.J. cracks open the Castlevania Advance Collection and sees Castlevania: Circle of the Moon in a whole new light. Also, Dracula X is there. Meanwhile, Randy cracks open some monsters in Beast Breaker.
Despite some disturbing news out of the Nintendo Direct, D.J. miraculously manages to enjoy Actraiser Renaissance. Also, after months of struggle, Randy finally gets his hands on Astro’s Playroom. Hironobu Sakaguchi guest stars.
Randy, a fan of games like A Short Hike and Animal Crossing, attempts to revitalize the campgrounds of Haven Park. D.J. gets into Fantasian, finally. And Angry Birds makes its long-awaited VGH debut.
D.J. travels the galaxy in pinball adventure World Flipper, then tries to make sense of a supernatural London in Last Stop. Meanwhile, after abandoning his Animal Crossing island, Randy returns to Earth for one last tee time in Golf Club: Wasteland.
Randy becomes a super secret psychic soldier in Schafer’s sorely sought sequel, Psychonauts 2. And, D.J. delivers mail in Lake.
This year’s Backlog Attack concludes with Hollow Knight and the much-anticipated Stardew Valley. Will Randy be willing to trade his carefree island life for life on a farm?