Edgar Velasco

PODCASTER who runs 2 different shows. Loves 8bit music, retrogaming , comics and Pro wrestling ..... and Platypuses are awesome
PODCASTER who runs 2 different shows. Loves 8bit music, retrogaming , comics and Pro wrestling ..... and Platypuses are awesome
STAGE 60: The King Of Fighters

STAGE 60: The King Of Fighters

Congratulations, you have been invited to participate in the King of Fighters tournament.

One of the longest and most recognizable fighting game series in SNK’s existence, The King of Fighters began the trend of making its most notable characters cross the boundaries of their respective titles to clash in teams of three to help elevate something that, at the time, would be considered Dream Matches.

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Episode 187: Cartoon NETWORK All Stars To The Rescue From Robbie’s Dream Team

Episode 187: Cartoon NETWORK All Stars To The Rescue From Robbie’s Dream Team

In this episode, your amazing hosts return from their little hiatuses (AGAIN) and give tribute and proper kudos to the real life Waluigi of children’s television: ROBBIE ROTTEN, for he has left this mortal coil to be remembered forever in our hearts as the real hero of LazyTown.

Plus, we talk about who would appear in the new version of Cartoon All Stars To The Rescue.

It’s two morons killing a half hour of your life that you will never get back, HOOOOORAY!!!

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STAGE 59: Final Fight Tribute

STAGE 59: Final Fight Tribute

A game that originally began development as a sequel to the original Street Fighter , the first Final Fight game had to switch its genre from the original fighting game idea to a beat ’em up and eventually change its Street Fighter 2 moniker following the success of Double Dragon, more importantly Double Dragon II: The Revenge

With various ports of the first installment in almost every video game platform out there, its sequels and its characters making appearances in other Capcom titles, It’s plain to see why the Final Fight series is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to talking about memorable games in Capcom’s legacy.

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STAGE 58: Ys

STAGE 58: Ys

Ys is a series of action RPGs developed by Nihon Falcom that follows the adventures of the red haired swordman, Adol Christin which began on the PC-88 8-bit computer in 1987 and consists of eight main titles, multiple ports, spin-off titles and remakes.

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Episode 186: Blue Bombing Through The Power of Toxic Fandom AGAIN!!

Episode 186: Blue Bombing Through The Power of Toxic Fandom AGAIN!!

In this episode, your amazing hosts return from their little hiatuses and are here to talk about ….toxic fandom.

…….AGAIN!!!!

Yes, we have nothing else new to talk about even after the small break, so listen to us talk about why people should give the new Netflix She-Ra a chance.

 

Plus we talk about Megaman, because we love Megaman.

 

It’s two morons killing a half hour of your life that you will never get back, HOOOOORAY!!!

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Episode 185: Riding that Hype Train Into The Bottomless Pit Of Disappointment

Episode 185: Riding that Hype Train Into The Bottomless Pit Of Disappointment

In this episode, your amazing hosts talk about how getting excited about something might turn out the be the worst thing in your life. While various people are doing their own E3 coverage and getting excited over fully rendered cut-scenes, we’re here bringing you down to our level and dropping the truth bomb on you.

It’s two morons killing a half hour of your life that you will never get back, HOOOOORAY!!!

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Episode 184: Are We Not Men? We Are Space Cowboys!

Episode 184: Are We Not Men? We Are Space Cowboys!

In this episode, your amazing hosts talk about movies, music and even anime that will out-live all of us! We also talk about dumb stuff, and even Robert gets to cream his pants for joy when he gets to talk about his favorite music groups: Devo and Talking Heads.

It’s two morons killing a half hour of your life that you will never get back, HOOOOORAY!!!

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Episode 183: 30 Year Old Men Argue With 8 Year Old Children About Cat Men Who Play With Swords

Episode 183: 30 Year Old Men Argue With 8 Year Old Children About Cat Men Who Play With Swords

In this episode, Your amazing Hosts Visit the Land of “Raping my Childhood” yet again, and this argument involves some cats…..Thundercats! It’s literally an episode where we scream about being tired of this man-baby garbage and try to understand why some people cannot just let things go and respect others viewpoints.

It’s two morons killing a half hour of your life that you will never get back, HOOOOORAY!!!

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Episode 182: Acknowledging Some Fake Mothers With Blabbering Blatherskites

Episode 182: Acknowledging Some Fake Mothers With Blabbering Blatherskites

In this episode, Your amazing Hosts Discuss the various mothers we had growing up, be it cartoon or sitcom! We also talk about GizmoDuck (more importantly the Duck behind the Armor) and realize that he has the most well rounded story in the entire Ducktales Cannon. Also, we HATE Bubba Duck!!!!!

It’s two morons killing a half hour of your life that you will never get back, HOOOOORAY!!!

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STAGE 57: Silent Hill

STAGE 57: Silent Hill

What was originally intended to be Konami’s foray into dominating the North American sales market thanks to the success of Capcom’s Resident Evil franchise, a small group of developers for Konami, known for under-performing in previous video game projects, literal outcasts within their own company, were put together to focus on this new endeavor. With emphasis on Hollywood-like atmosphere, Konami would essentially place this daunting task on their new christened “Team Silent”, who in all reality did not know to go about creating a Hollywood-like experience, resulting in Konami slowly loosing faith in the project.

As time passed, the personnel and management of Konami lost their faith in the game, eventually leaving Team Silent to do what they wanted resulting in them ignoring the limits of Konami’s initial plan, and making Silent Hill a game that would appeal to the emotions of players instead, giving them more creative freedom and led them to focus their efforts in creating a game focusing on the fear of the unknown.

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