Random Retro Bonus Round: We review old-school classic games, like Xena Warrior Princess, Rising Zan & Bignose the caveman. Wait, what? Oh right, it's totally random. Whether it be Mario, Ty, or Bigfoot, each week we grab a handful of retro games at random and start playing. The results? Hilarity and frustration; an excellent mix.
Today on Random Retro we pop in two completely different PS2 games but end up having slightly similar themes. Both are pretty "fluffed up" and wind up being hilarious failures. Or maybe I'm just bad at games....or both. www.RetroGamesForever.com
We're back! With some random arcade games by the not-so-legendary-anymore arcade company Taito. We bust aliens, jump dinosaurs, shoot ceiling lights, dance witch doctors and more! www.RetroGamesForever.com
This week on Random Retro, we oil up the old Scumm engine and take Day of the Tentacle for a spin around the mansion.
This week on Random Retro, we dig up 1980s sci-fi thriller about called Android that's about...an android. At least it supposed to be...
Ruh-roh Raggy! This week's Random Retro game is a real thriller, Scooby-Doo: Night of 100 Frights. Is it spooky? Is it faithful to its source material? Does it really have have Don Knotts, Tim Conway AND Tim Curry? Join us and find out!
Can you alter Destiny? Can you change Fate? Can you turn back Time itself? Well in this week's Random Retro we sure try. Join us as we play Shadow of Destiny, an obscure little time-traveling adventure for the PS2, PC & PSP.
This episode of Random Retro can do anything a spider can! Cause we're watching the Spider-Man '67s cartoon! That's right, Random Retro now encompasses movies and TV shows, so we;ve got something for everyone!
This week's totally bizarre game centers around one of the most innocent, harmless and benine creatures on earht; the mosquito. That's right, Mister Mosquito puts you in the...wings of a mosquito trying to survive in a Japanese famiy's home, by doing what mosquitos do best. Feeling itchy yet?
This week's Random Retro starts out with Palamedes for the NES; an interesting puzzle game with a very disturbing box art. After that, we pull out a Japanese clone of Yoshi's Cookie and the unfinished prototype of Xybots for the NES.