We live life ten minutes of a Star Trek episode at a time in The Captain Is Dead, then take a whimsical trip to Norway in Embracelet. Also, our thoughts on the latest Nintendo Direct and the questionable titles therein.
Randy gets deep into kaiju and cat costumes in the Super Mario 3D World spin-off, Bowser’s Fury. Meanwhile, D.J. struggles to adjust to the Bravely Default II demo and wonders if everyone would quiet down if he just paid them lots of money.
We played games that answer two of the Metroidvaniaverse’s biggest questions: Y can’t Metroid throw a harpoon (Olija), and y can’t Metroid be Spider-man (Mable and the Wood)? Also, Final Fantasy XIV heads to the moon in Endwalker.
Randy learns to cope with 1000 deaths in Pikmin 3 Deluxe. Meanwhile, D.J. plays Final Fantasy VII Remake and Bravely Default simultaneously and somehow still has time to see what the cast of Persona 5 is doing in Dragalia Lost.
Randy searches for vacation alternatives and finds himself Down in Bermuda. Meanwhile, D.J. finally plays Final Fantasy VII Remake and has some Thoughts about it.
We’re getting shot down over and over by aliens in Everspace, then trying to escape our spinning nightmare house in Darq. Also: felyng fancy in Immortals.
We’re braving the wild in Immortals Fenyx Rising, grinding through Yakuza: Like a Dragon‘s finale, and discovering just how much hunting is in the new Monster Hunter Rise.
We take a look at the games that made it a little easier to stay home during the last 100 months of 2020.
Randy’s here with a playlist to help usher out 2020 once and for all.
Enjoy this wholesome playlist of some of gaming’s first towns. Just make sure you finish listening to it before the village brat gets back from that mysterious shrine.
This year’s Drunktacular tackles life’s biggest mysteries: death, religion, and when are we getting a Switch Pro?
It’s our biggest music show yet! Take a listen to our favorite tracks from 2020, including Spelunky 2, Paper Mario: The Origami King, 13 Sentinels, and, of course, Animal Crossing.
We get deep into the first few hours of Yakuza: Like a Dragon as Randy tries to make sense of his first Yakuza game ever. Also, D.J. is unqualified to operate heavy machinery in Hardspace: Shipbreaker.
Randy acquires a mysterious artifact that both tells the time and plays Super Mario Bros. Also, getting all London-y in Watch Dogs: Legion, and a deeper take on 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim.
Nobody got a PS5 or Xbox but we’re finally, FINALLY talking ’bout Bugsnax. Also, Sackboy: A Big Adventure, and, as always, Piffle.
We’re recovering from our Extra Life haze and trying to remember the games we played, including Among Us, We Were Here Too, Sea of Thieves, The Walking Fish 2, and Penko Park.
We’re solving problems with the power of maps in Carto, ninja-slicing millions of bokoblins in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, and getting in way over our heads in Minecraft.
[extremely Halloween voice] We played some spooOOoky games this week, like Home, Until Dawn, and the dreaded The Walking Fish. Also Pixel Puzzle Makeout League, which is not spooky at aAAAaaaLLLllllLL oOoOOoOOoooOooooooo
Randy casts spells indiscriminately in Ikenfell, then learns what happens when all the knights are on vacation in Micro RPG. Meanwhile, D.J. balances high school life and a kaiju invasion in 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim. Also, Final Fantasy XIV goes to war.
D.J. finds himself in over his head after playing Super Marios Sunshine, RPG, and 35. Meanwhile, Randy wonders how many wire puzzles it takes to fix a spaceship in Filament, then terrorizes his neighbor.