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?
Randy goes for a Backlog Attack double play with Burly Men at Sea and John Wick Hex. Meanwhile, D.J. winds up with more questions than answers in Again. Also, controllers: Are they OK?
The Backlog Attack continues as D.J. brushes up on his wiimote technique in Dragon Quest Swords. Meanwhile, Randy makes up for lost time with an exhaustive first look at Mass Effect: Andromeda.
The 10th annual Backlog Attack begins, and we’re getting right into it with Ittle Dew 2 and Quake! Also: A preview of the backlog games we’ll be playing for the rest of the month, and find out how you can win a new game!
To celebrate 10 years of Groove Coaster, we’re featuring an hour of our favorite tracks from its first decade. Let’s groove!
Randy absorbs souls to become more powerful in Death’s Door. D.J. ventures into the wai wai world of Groove Coaster Wai Wai Party!!!!, then beats up punks on the Streets of Rage… 4.
Switch OLED vs. Steam Deck vs. Switch Pro (Believe!) — which will be the one hybrid console to reign supreme? Meanwhile, Randy gets lost in Labyrinth City, and D.J. subjects himself to more cruel and unusual punishment via Resident Evil 6.
Randy once again gets into some monster-hunting hubbub in Monster Hunter Stories 2. D.J. hangs out with sad high-schoolers in NEO: The World Ends with You, then laments that they’ll let just anyone into his favorite game these days.
Randy plays a few rounds of Nintendo’s new, full-contact approach to golf in Mario Golf: Super Rush. Meanwhile, D.J. emerges from Resident Evil 5 only to find himself in the warpath of the River City Girls.
Randy and D.J. reminisce over 500 episodes of games that kept them up at night, then finally battle to the death over custody of their favorite video game, Grand Theft Auto V.
On his way to play Alba: A Wildlife Adventure, D.J. gets distracted by the new Taiko no Tatsujin game on Apple Arcade. But then, he plays Alba: A Wildlife Adventure.
It’s the JRPG event of the season: Randy gives his much anticipated impressions of Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne. (And a few impressions on Rise of the Slime.) Meanwhile, D.J. learns how to get away with murder on the fly in Overboard!
Randy comes to terms with the new age of critters in Biomutant. Meanwhile, D.J. appreciates the little things, like not falling off stairs, in Odallus: The Dark Call. Also, you won’t believe what Bear Grylls is eating this week!
Randy and D.J. return to that co-op espionage life in Operation: Tango. Also, the wrong Resident Evil, and Golf that is merely OK.
Randy visits some spooky neighborhood attractions in Little Nightmares II. Meanwhile, D.J. deals with a Sneaky Sasquatch and reports back from his virtual weekend at Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival 2021.
Randy gets all up in people’s unfinished business in Speed Dating for Ghosts. Meanwhile, D.J. explores Miitopia in a post-Mii world. Also, eating hexagonal food at a new time of day.
D.J. has an utterly baffling time with SaGa Frontier Remastered. Meanwhile, Randy gets all semiotic in The Pedestrian, then takes a detour to save the time crystals in Elli.
Randy finds himself on the run from a sketchy mayor and vegetarian snails in Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion. Meanwhile, D.J. is on the run from his own poor decisions in NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139…, the latest video game thing from Yoko Taro.
D.J. gets way into the throwback atmosphere of Blaster Master Zero, but at the same time isn’t quite feeling it. Meanwhile, Randy takes on a big commitment in The Longing, then explains why Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield.