There’s much to be discovered this week: we learn that Castlevania Bloodlines stars a real-life serial killer, go on the hunt for treasure in the super-shiny Uncharted 4, and reveal our plans for the mysterious Jeeves Box (mmm, quite).
Dan made it home from Australia just in time for Jess to go mysteriously missing. In all the confusion, everyone forgot to play a game, but that doesn’t stop us from talking about what else we’re playing, Nintendo NX/Nintendo’s mad plans, this week’s big gaming
Scheduling conflicts aside, Eric and Jess team up to explore the universe of Ratchet & Clank, work on their Dan impressions, join a motorcycle gang, get in a bar fight, and analyze the depths of gaming memories in this ultra soft polyester blend edition of Factory Sealed.
Strap on your flight suit, give your jock buns a squeeze, and prepare your lug holes! We’re taking flight with Star Fox, Star Fox 64, and the cancelled Star Fox 2. We’ve also got more details on our monumental 100th episode and the mysterious Jeeves Box.
Violence is abounding this week as we subject ourselves to the undeniably terrible, but historically important Night Trap. We also weigh in on that Nintendo Zapper themed pistol, fighting games in general, and the most memorable games from each console.
Fully regrouped, the whole crew reunites and is joined by longtime listener/fan/awesome guy Matt Earney to discuss the crazy world of Undertale, the impending arrival of Final Fantasy XV, and the silky smoothness of Tom’s ‘area’.
A lost continent rises from the depths of the sea, Goddess Maira plunges the world into darkness, Narcia struggles to overcome her emotions, and Pietro wonders if he has it in him to save those he loves. Join Eric and Tom as they roll the credits on Story 3 of the exceptional PoPoLoCr
Eric moves to the moon, Dan build’s an island out of children’s tears, and John Wayne’s horse joins to discuss Heart of Darkness, Salt and Sanctuary, and Batman vs Super man, all while failing to avoid using old man voices on this inaugural episode of the Factory Sea
As Eric and Dan unite once more for a two-man show, we learn that Sonic Adventure is a marvelous turd, get put in our place by an Australian, tell way too many immature penis jokes, point out more segues, and debate the future of Playstation VR.