In this episode Greg again looks at a port of a classic arcade game onto the SNES, the most popular selling arcade game of all time, Ms. Pac Man! This game was ported to a lot of systems but the SNES version is almost like a sequel, with the options of four difficulty levels, four sets of mazes, speed booster on and off, and either friendly or hostile co-op play. Listen to this episode to find out if it's worth your time as well as the pros and cons. All feedback, comments, suggestions, etc. can be left on the FB Page or send to firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode we discuss one of the more obscure games for the SNES -- Super Valis IV, an action platformer game that came over to the SNES from the Genesis where the earlier titles were published. Be prepared for some sharp splits in how we enjoy this game! What do we think in the end? Listen to find out! Any comments, suggestions, comments, etc. can be sent to email@example.com
In this episode Greg and Alesandro are joined by special guest host Andy as we discuss one of the classic and best Japanese RPG's -- Final Fantasy 4. Some of us have played the game since it first came out, and others are playing it for the first time this show. How does the game hold up and why do we love it so much? Tune in to find out! Any comments, questions, suggestions etc. can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode I am joined by Will from the Intelivionaries Podcast to discuss the great Capcom platformer Demon's Crest, part of the Gargoyle Quest series. This is a classic game that is fun and challenging and worth checking out. Any feedback, questions, comments, etc. can be left on the FB page or sent via e-mail to email@example.com
In this episode I am joined by Aaron from Retro Obscura as we discuss a semi-obscure SNES port of three of the best NES games of all time -- the Ninja Gaiden games. Is this collection worth playing over the original games? Tune in to find out! Any feedback, comments, questions, etc. can be sent to our FB page or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode I am once again joined by Phil, AKA The No Swear Gamer, as we discuss one of his favorite SNES games, the impressive launch game Pilotwings. Really showing off what the SNES could do with Mode 7 and detailed graphics, this is a unique and fun collection of flying events which starts off nice and easy and then gets super challenging! The episode is capped off by a audio submission from Shinto, host of the Jaguar Game by Game Podcast. Stay turned for additional episodes with more guest hosts and any feedback can be submitted to the FB group or e-mailed to me at email@example.com Thanks for your support!
In this episode Greg looks at the 'baby's first RPG' of the SNES, Final Fantasy Mystic Quest. The history, gameplay, music, graphics, and conclusion is covered in this podcast. Is this game worth all the hate that it gets? Listen in and find out!
I am currently seeking a new co-host due to my former host Alessandro needing to leave due to personal reasons. if you are interested in hosting a episode with me, please feel free to contact me on my FB page or send me a e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Greg is joined by his new co-host Alessandro as they discuss the 'killer app' for the Super NES, the wonderful port of Street Fighter II. We also have feedback and audio submissions in this episode. Any questions, commenets, etc. can be directed to email@example.com and thanks for your support.
Join Greg as he discusses one of his favorite Koei games for the SNES, the adventure/action/rpg/others game Uncharted Waters: New Horizons, where you explore the world and seek to make fame and fortune as one of six playable characters. Any comments, feedback, etc. can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
In this special episode of the SNES Podcast, Greg is joined by fellow retrogramer Christian, host of the brand new Atari Lynx Game by Game Podcast, to discuss one of his favorite games for the Super NES -- Smash TV, the over the top arcade action game with over the top violence and humor by famous game designer Eugen Jarvis. We also talk a little bit about the Lynx and his new podcast at the very end of the episode. Many thanks to Christian for joining me and you can send comments, feedback, etc. to our e-mail at email@example.com
In celebration of its 20 year anniversary, Greg and Alessandro discuss the excellent JRPG, Chrono Trigger.
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Part 2 of today's double header is on the underrated and very fun Super Conflict, a sequel to Conflict on the NES and a strategy/sim war game that was ahead of it's time. Feedback, comments, suggestions for games, or desire to appear on the podcast can be sent either to the FB page or to email@example.com
Sorry for the delay with this episode! To make up for it, I'm posting TWO episodes today! In this one I discuss the classic racing game F-Zero, the start of a franchise and a really great game. Any feedback, comments, suggestions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and I am also seeking guest hosts to talk about some of their favorite games and suggestions for games to cover.
Ferg re-joins the SNES Podcast to discuss another of his favorite SNES games, the obscure Taito marble game On the Ball. We also discuss the arcade games that were available on the SNES such as the Atari Collection and Space Invaders. Thanks again to Ferg for being on again! Any comments, suggestions, feedback, can be sent to email@example.com
Join Willie from Arcade USA and the Colecovision Podcast as we discuss one of his all time favorite games, Mr. Do! The SNES port of this game is very well done and worth playing even if you never played the game before. If you enjoy Dig Dug you'll like this game! Any comments, suggestions, feedback, etc. can be posted on the FB page or send a e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this podcast I am joined by long time supporter of the Retro Junkies Philip as we discuss the classic RPG Breath of Fire 2 from Capcom -- a series once popular but has faded into near oblivion. Feedback, comments, suggestions for future games, or if you want to be on the podcast to discuss a game are welcome at: email@example.com or you can find me on FB. Thanks again for your support!
In this special three-for-one episode I am joined by Tim of the Star Wars Nerds Unite Podcast to discuss the three Star Wars games for the SNES, based off the original trilogy. Any questions, comments, suggestions, etc. can be e-mailed to the firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for your support!
In this episode I am again joined by Cameron and his fellow host Mike both from the We're Going to Need a Bigger Podcast to discuss one of our all time favorite SNES beat-em-ups, a great port from the arcade version -- TMNT 4: Turtles in Time. The guys also did a YouTube video showing them playing the game and talking about it, and it's very well done and can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fm.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Ffeature%3Dem-upload_owner%26v%3DyfXDh2BqR4w&h=4AQFWVErT Any comments on this episode please feel free to e-mail me at email@example.com or find me on Facebook.
Aaron from Retro Obscura again graces me with his presence as we discuss one of our all time favorite SNES games -- the classic mixed gene game Actraiser. Part action platform, part sim, this game has an amazing soundtrack, great graphics, and fun gameplay. Come listen to Aaron and myself as we discuss all of this in great detail. Feedback and comments are always welcome on the FB page or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode I am joined by Cameron as the two of us discuss one of our favorite SNES games -- Super Castlevania IV. To this day it's both of our favorite Castlevania games. We discuss the game in some deep detail and why we love it so much. If you have any questions, feedback, etc. please feel free to join our FB group or e-mail me at email@example.com
In this episode I am joined by Michael Kelso, co-host of the 2 Dudes and a NES and Metrovania podcasts to discuss one of his favorite SNES games -- the obscure cyberpunk/western shooter Wild Guns released by Natasume (better known for the Harvest Moon franchise). I had never played this game and I can see why Michael enjoys it so much! Any feedback, etc. please send to firstname.lastname@example.org or post to our Facebook page.
In the last episode before Chad had to step down from his co-host duties, we discuss the arcade port Super Buster Bros from Capcom, an action/puzzle game similar in some ways to Bust a Move. This was our first fan submission, please let me know if you have a game you'd like this podcast to carry! I am currently seeking a permanent co-host, if interested please let me know on Facebook or send me a e-mail at email@example.com
Welcome to Episode 7! In this one Chad and I are joined by Rob to discuss one of our favorite games for the SNES, the great port of the classic PC game Sim City. We also discuss Rob's upcoming NES movie and his successful Kickstarter. As always, thank you for your support and you can e-mail comments and feedback to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello and welcome to Episode 6 of the SNES Podcast where Chad and I discuss the obscure dungeon crawler RPG Arcana. Thanks again to Ed Wilson for his help in cleaning up the one copy we had of the audio of this!
Greetings to all! Special thanks to Aaron from Retro Obscura who helped us out by doing the editing of this podcast. Aaron also joined Chad and myself in this episode to talk about one of our favorite SNES games, the classic Contra III: Alien Wars. Thanks again for being on with us, Aaron!