Randy embarks on yet another archipelagic adventure in… wait for it… Tchia!! D.J. wraps up Resident Evil 4 and immediately finds himself embroiled in a mysterious moon conspiracy in Lunark.
Randy embarks on a spooky fishing trip in Dredge. D.J. revisits Persona 3 and finds it surprisingly familiar. Also: Our very specific (and mostly uninformed) predictions about Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
We’re taking it back to the Gamecube this week with a look at Metroid Prime: Remastered, plus the original Resident Evil 4 vs. the new Resident Evil 4 Chainsaw Demo.
Randy goes surfing without a board in Wavetale. Meanwhile, D.J. builds a ridiculous new controller to play Give Me Toilet Paper! Also: Unlimited noodles and chicken racing in Like a Dragon: Ishin!
D.J. takes a trip to Like a Dragon: Ishin!‘s historical Japan to see how karaoke and fishing minigames worked in the 1800s. Meanwhile, Randy dives into Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration to see how karaoke and fishing minigames worked in the 1970s.
D.J. dives into Theatrhythm Final Bar Line‘s bottomless pit of Final Fantasy music (and more!), while Randy tries to puzzle his way out of the Tangle Tower. Also, Super Mario Odyssey: It’s got moons.
While Randy is away on a secret mission, D.J. hijacks the show with a playlist of classic tracks from Live A Live‘s Yoko Shimomura.
List show! We’ve put together a collection of weird and rare 3DS and Wii U games that it’s worth taking another look at before Nintendo closes down parts of the eShop on March 27th.
Randy gets pulled into the ruthless world of bakery management in Lemon Cake. Meanwhile, D.J. tries to remember how to walk in the newly rereleased GoldenEye 007. Also: All the latest drama from the Final Fantasy XIV raid scene!
D.J. runs into some bugs in Grounded. Meanwhile, Randy explores various kitchens in Paper Cut Mansion, then plays some mobile-solitaire-puzzle-poker in Sage Solitaire.
D.J. reveals potentially illegal knowledge from the Street Fighter 6 beta, while Randy goes on a strangely familiar adventure in Lil Gator Game. Also, the 90s: Was there gaming in them?
We’re back with some of our favorite games from 2022, plus God of War Ragnarok.
Please enjoy this full-length mini episode of powerful fighting game music.
[Drunktacular 2022 episode description]
It’s our Best of 2022 music show! Take a listen to some of our favorite game music from throughout the year, including tracks from Kirby, Live A Live, Cult of the Lamb, Ooblets, We Are OFK, and Final Fantasy XIV — plus, a dangerous amount of saxophone.
Randy does some virtual tidying up in A Little to the Left, then gets in touch with his inner serf in Pentiment. Meanwhile, D.J. tries to watch one million video clips in Sam Barlow’s latest FMV mystery, Immortality.
Randy timewarps some cubes in Portal-like The Entropy Centre. Meanwhile, D.J. hopes that The Planet Crafter might be the next Valheim… IN SPAAAAACE.
We survived our biggest Extra Life marathon yet thanks to the support and generosity of you, the listener! Now, hear about all the games we played, including Trombone Champ, Star Trek: Bridge Crew, From Space, and more!