Randy gives contrarianism a try after playing Say No! More. Meanwhile, D.J. returns from the weird world of Anodyne 2 and plays More! Monster Hunter.
Tag: Nintendo Switch
Monster Hunter Rise is here and we’re deep into mochi and wirebugs. Also, Randy experiences the bleak future of Outriders, and D.J. makes more raid progress in Final Fantasy XIV.
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.
This year’s Drunktacular tackles life’s biggest mysteries: death, religion, and when are we getting a Switch Pro?
We’re making mushroomy new friends in Paper Mario: The Origami King and learning to pick ourselves up again… and again… and again, in Fall Guys:…
The end of the Backlog Attack is in sight as we get into Wario Ware Gold, Tomb Raider: Anniversary, and reveal your picks for our…
Do you love playing your Nintendo Switch in handheld mode, but wish you could use your Pro Controller? Do you also love listening to Video…
We grab our cameras and try to piece together all the weird stuff going on in the prototype demo of SWERY’s The Good Life. Also: Tumblestone, several generations of Hidden My Game by Mom, and the latest Nintendo drama.
Paul heads Into the Breach for another chance to save humanity from giant insects, Randy hops aboard the Subsurface Circular, and D.J. takes a part-time job as a UFO. Also, a year later, how much do we love exchanging friend codes on the Switch? So much.
WHAT YEAR IS IT?? We take a deep dive into Star Fox and the recently unearthed Star Fox 2 and see if SuperFX games can hold their own in 2017. Also, more golf and more stories, and Paul finds himself back on the farm.
We venture into Nintendo’s brave new vision of online multiplayer in Splatoon 2 — now with voice chat, sometimes! Also, the summer Backlog Attack begins!
Randy nearly doesn’t reach the 30-hour milestone in Persona 5. D.J. takes baby steps towards spoiling Nier: Automata. And we bid a gruesome farewell to BoxBoy or whatever his name is.
Hey it’s the episode where we talk about the Switch and Zelda.
D.J. finds some misallocated Nintendo hardware. Randy politely declines offers for help in the wilderness. Paul’s mistakes come back to haunt him 300 hours later.
We’re gaming like it’s 2012 (or is that 1996?) by venturing into Diablo III‘s Diablo I tribute dungeon. We’re also gaming like it’s 2014 (Monument Valley), 2015 (The Witcher III), and March 3, 2017* (Nintendo Switch).
*except in certain European countries
Join us as we answer 2017’s most burning questions: What is it like owning a dragon-cat-dog-bird-thing? How not-terrible is Watch Dogs 2? Is Paul stuck in an Animal Crossing time loop? What’s your social security number? Also, D.J. attends a stage play.
Good riddance, 2016! We cap off the year with a mailbag full of your questions and a round or two or three or four of our beverages of choice. Who will get eaten this time??
Paul replaces homes with slightly nicer homes. Randy learns what to do about a soggy toad. D.J. decides to loiter in a vacant virtual house where the Target employees can’t find him. And Nintendo introduces the Slapchop.