Hey hey hey it’s episode 16 and we play Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island for SNES! On this week’s show we are joined by Andrew, Will and Holly to take on Nintendo’s ambitious follow up to Super Mario World. Dinosaurs, shy guys, and the name a star phenomenon are discussed. It’s a real Mario Party ya’ll!
Holy shit! It’s episode 13! We’ve made it to a new year and a new game. Woo hoo!
This time around we’re tackling 1987’s most beloved NES title of all-time, Milon’s Secret Castle. Listen to Game Master Adam and special friend of the show, Young Will, attempt to make sense of this truly puzzling masterpiece.
Topics also addressed:
– Korn Action Figures!
– The new Death Grips record!
– What will be so swag about 2015!
– That scary clown from Spawn!
plus so much more….
Check out the new Death Grips single, Inanimate Sensation, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5GCn1BKkxg
Also, please submit your retro gaming erotic fan fiction to Lordzofthegame@gmail.com !
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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Intro Music by Death Grips (thirdworlds.net)
Outro Music by Smartbomb!
In the NES black box classic, the players controls Thomas, the titular Kung-Fu Master, as he fights his way through the five levels of the Devil’s Temple in order to rescue his girlfriend Sylvia from the mysterious crime boss Mr. X. The game is credited for laying the foundations of the beat ’em up genre, combining side-scrolling platform and fighting game elements with multiple enemies. (Wikipedia)
Kick, punch, jump! The Lordz of the Game accept the Kung Fu challenge, featuring Young Will of Wolfanimal.com fame!
Kung Fu is an underrated gem and finally receives the acclaim it deserves, alongside other notable cultural touchstones like Lou Reed’s Mok performance, Blue Diamond Gusset Jeans ads, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, and the Buckner and Fuller classic, Ode to a Centipede!
Dr. Chaos, officially known as Dr. Chaos: Hell’s Gate (ドクター・カオス 地獄の扉 Dokutā Kaosu: Jigoku no Tobira?) in Japan, is an action-adventure game originally released in Japan for the Family Computer Disk System in 1987 by Pony Inc. An English localization was produced for the Nintendo Entertainment System that was released in North America by FCI in 1988. (Wikipedia)
The Lordz of the Game are back, featuring Young Will, to take on this truly terrifying FCI classic. It’s a game full of charm, ugly character design, and warp zones! Game Master Adam also gets a special call from his mother to talk about the rapper Stitches.
Also discussed: The Strokes post-This-is-It, #gamergate, and Strong Bad appearing on a Shellac record!
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