Do you like cute lil 8 bit chipmonks flinging each other around at Hunky Birds, angry cats, and highly unsafe machinery? We do too! We’re playing Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers for the NES. A beloved 2 player platforming masterpiece, CNDRR is yet one in a number of charming and brilliant Capcom Licensed titles.
Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers is a platform game featuring single and 2-player cooperative modes, allowing players to choose which levels to access via a map of various locations throughout the city, in a similar format to other Capcom games such as Bionic Commando. Each individual stage is set up as a side-scrolling action game where Chip and Dale can walk, jump, duck, and pick up objects such as acorns, crates, barrels, and balls to throw at enemies and bosses. Each character can withstand only three direct hits before they lose a life, and there are no passwords. In two-player mode, Controller 1 is Chip, Controller 2 is Dale. -wiki
Episode 8 baby! Phew, so many games to slog… err… BLAST thru! In this episode, the Lordz welcome Atticus to the show who has been renowned world over for his expansive knowledge of Simon’s Quest, the controversial sequel to the Konami classic, Castlevania! It’s Action, it’s Adventure, it’s Simon’s effing quest!!
Notes from Wiki:
“Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest is an action-adventure platform game produced by Konami. It was originally released for the Family Computer Disk System in Japan 1987 and for the Nintendo Entertainment System in North America in 1988. It is the second Castlevania title released for the NES, following the original Castlevania. Set sometime after the events of the first installment, the player once again assumes the role of vampire hunter Simon Belmont, who is on a journey to undo a curse placed on him by Dracula at the end of their previous encounter. With Dracula’s body split into five parts after his defeat, Simon must find and bring them to the ruins of his castle to seal and defeat him.” – Wiki
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In episode 104, the Lordz take on a very *special* edition of the much loved beat-em-up #banger, Double Dragon. The Master System version!! You Euros will know what we’re talkin’ bout.
Topics covered in this podcast include: Billy Joel, David Bowie, punk rockers are scum of the earth, and an important strategy that works some of the time for defeating this brief game.
Will teaming up with guest, Andrew Cox (Sacramento’s regional Master System Champion / Historian) be enough to defeat those sinister crust punks who punched your girl in the gut and slung her over their shoulder like total basic bros??
It’s the Lordz we’re talking about here, so probably…
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The Lordz of the Game return to take on what is arguably the most EPIC RPG EVER CREATED (for the Sega Master System, that is). In this episode, Game Master, Adam, is joined by Sacramento’s regional Master System historian / champion to attempt to smash all previous Phantasy Star records and break the game within the span of sixty minutes.
The Sega Master System, for those unfamiliar, was the precursor to the popular Sega Genesis console of the 90s, and Phantasy Star was definitely a high point in the console’s lifespan.
Will the Lordz complete their Mission in under an hour?? Find out…
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Never before in video game history had the experience of a bare knuckles brawl between two petty street thugs been depicted so graphically! The year is 1986 and the game is Urban Champion for the Nintendo Entertainment Machine. Originally a Game N Watch title, Urban Champion got ported to the Famicom in 1984 and made it’s way to the States just in time to be treasured by kids all over America.
Join the Game Master, Adam Healton, and guest, William Oliver, as they slug their way through this truly genre defining moment in fighting game history!
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Are you TUFF ENUFF to listen to the Lordz of the Game take on the world most challenging retro classics?? Join Game Master Adam and guest, Max Weinbach, as they attempt to blast their way through Sunsoft’s classic Castle-voidian adventure game, Blaster Master (1988).