It's Friday the 13th and there is a full moon. Horror is in the air and Frank couldn't be happier.
After a week of peace and quiet, Frank and Eric are forced to put up with the return of Break Man and his cowbell! But Frank gets the last laugh as he forces Break to read the news and butcher Japanese names.
It's a short news week, so the Grinders have plenty of time to spend on Bug Fables, Yo Kai Watch 4, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, Ring Fit Adventure, Nioh 2, Romancing Saga 3, Star OCean, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles, and Umihara Kawase BaZooka.
A Dynamic Duo Highscapade keeps the mood upbeat. Even Stinkoes about Joe Biden, Funimation, and Nicalis can't ruin the show. In fact, Frank is in such a good mood that the Grinders talk about one of his favorite subjects: horror movies.
Big Money, Big Prizes, I Love It!
If only.... But in this episode of RPGrinders, Break is on assignment, so it's left to Frank and Eric to do the show this time. While it is much shorter than other episodes, there is plenty of news to share, and Frank and Eric have reviews of It part II and Nioh. Then we get into the usual stinkos and sweetos. Finally, the Free for All is about talking about the idea of a Universal Basic Income.
This episode has a healthy slate of rpg news, Eric gets better working conditions and a raise (yay!), Break Man break down the latest in Trump's trade war nonsense, and Frank gets a new car and someone promptly crashes it. All this and more from you role playing grinders! Follow us on Twitter @RPGrinders and don't forget to send Break Man your #DearBreakMan questions and we will answer them on the show! Thanks for listening and don't forget to tell your friends about the show, its the only way we will grow!
In this episode of RPGrinders, the guys finally answer the most important question in the history of existence: Which Superhero would they want to be in DC and in the MCU?!
The show starts out with a long JRPG news segment that includes the releases dates of Kingdom Under Fire 2, Final Fantasy 8 Remastered, Dragon Star Varnir, Cat Quest 2, and more.
Eric reviews the action movie Hobbs and Shaw as well as the horror movie Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.
Predictably, the Stinkos are dominated by the Crook and Chief. Frank and Break each have different complaints about the failures of the Oval Office.
With only one week of unofficial summer left, Frank wants to know what everyone thinks about the end of summer? Are they looking forward to the chill or already missing the burn?
Shit bursts or bursts of shit?
In this entry to the much smaller Contra Retrospective, Eric and FanboyMaster talk about the two Hard Corps games, as well as the dreaded PS1 entries. Prepare for a world of hurt, as we dive in the dark ages of the Contra franchise, as the PS1 era heralded in the downward spiral for the franchise. Next time, come back for the remaining entries to date, where some light of hope manages to shine through the darkness.
We know who is really in charge! In this fun episode of RPGrinders, the crew gets through some news, which consists of dated and long-awaited sequela to popular franchises, and port dates. Afterwards, Eric has reviews for Millennium Actress And Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling. There is more of the usual stinkos leaking from this administration, and Frank gets a new computer!. Please send poor Breakman some questions for Dear Breakman! Be sure to listen live on Fridays at 7PM EST on Twitch or Youtube!
This episode the guys talk RPG release dates in the news, Frank is breaking controllers playing Bloodborne, Break talks mass shootings in his stinko, Eric talks about a manchild who threatened square enix, and finally the Grinders have a nuanced discussion about how to stop mass shootings. Lots of common sense ideas and maybe a couple of new ideas you haven't heard yet. Join the discussion here: @RPGrinders and send us your thoughts on anything discussed! Join us live every Friday 7EST on Twitch.tv/rpgrinders and also Youtube.com/rpgrinders. Also, please support Eric's written reviews here: please click this, its Erics patreon! Thanks for listening!
EricRPG is back with another retrospective series, and this time it's Contra! In the light of the release of blazing Chrome and the upcoming Rogue Corps, EricRPG and FanboyMaster101 go over the series of games that are leading to this moment. In this episode, the original arcade game, it's ports, the MSX release, Operation C, and Contra III: The Alien Wars are covered. But so is Contra Force, the least favored one among the first releases. Next time, be sure to tune in for coverage of the Hard Corp games, as well as the maligned PS1 games from Appaloosa, Legacy of War and C: The Contra Adventure!
In this episode of RPGrinders, the guys discuss everything from Pirates to Presidents. They even spend some time talking about the Titty Dungeons.
Sony will soon stop repairing PSP-3000's, Outer Worlds is coming to the Switch, and Minoria getting a release date are just some of the many news articles.
Eric gets the honor of doing this episode's only review, the hurricane horror movie Crawl. While Break would prefer they reviewed the fantasy classic, Krull.
There are some Stinkos outside the world of politics but the Racist and Chief is the primary focus. It's hard to not focus on a man that incites so much violence and hate. How many more videos do we have to see of his supporters attacking non-violent protesters? Between the fear mongering and the death penalty, when will the hatred end?
Returning to happier subjects, Frank gets an awesome Sweeto. The ultimate metal head scored himself tickets to Knotfest 2019.
Frank's Sweeto leads into the discussion of favorite music genres. The Grinders spend a lot of time talking about some of their favorites, like Jazz, Metal and Classic Rock. The Rolling Stones and Metallica are just a couple of the many bands mentioned.
Let us know what bands and music genres you like. Just send a tweet to @RPGrinders and let us know what great music we skipped. As well as your #DearBreakMan questions. No question goes unanswered because we will not fail humanity!
Morals? Where we're going, we don't need morals.
In this episode of RPGrinders, the crew talks some new despite the relative slowness of the season setting in before the storm in a month from now. Afterwards, the usual Dear Breakman column gets more questions answered from the Sagely one themselves. Then there is talk of politicians and the looming return of capital punishment. Eric also reviews Is it Wrong to try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?, and the spinoff series and film. Frank reviews B-movie Lavalantula. All in all, a solid episode of nonsense. Be sure to check out the show live on Fridays at 7PM EST on Twitch and Youtube!