In this episode of the ongoing Castlevania retrospective, Eric and Fanboymaster dive into the 3D generation of Castlevania with Castle 64, Legacy of Darkness, Lament of Innocence, and Curse of Darkness. About half of these are decent, and the other half is pure awful. Also, there is a lot of Fake Dracula going on. And a time traveling sub plot? Be sure to tune in next week for the GBA and DS generation!
This weeks episode doesn't have a lot of news stories but it has enough to leave Break tongue tied, much to Frank's amusement.
Break surprises everyone when he reveals he has played AND beat more than one game! Three games, in one week, maybe his new record!
Super Bomberman R, Knight Squad, Batman: the Tell Tale Series, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2, and the Order 1886 are just some of the games the Grinders played.
A bunch of Stinkos can't bring down the Grinders, no matter how helpless some of them make us feel. The horrible terrorist acts against mosques, PMURT, and the Sonic the Hedgehog movie, to name a few.
Before ending the show Frank wants to know what television shows the Grinders really hate. Shows like M.A.S.H. and The Walking Dead are prominently featuring. Not everyone agrees. Especially when it comes to The Walking Dead.
In this episode of the ongoing Castlevania retrospctive, Eric and Fanboy Master spend much more time talking about the most influential of Castlevania games, Symphony of the Night, and the game that inspired it, and it's many ports. That would be Rondo of Blood and Dracula X. There was a Symphony Tiger game? Find out this and more in this juicy episode, and be sure to stay tuned next time for the 3D Castlevania games!
This episode is packed with RPG news, Eric reviews Lego Movie 2, Full Metal Alchemist live action, and Captain Marvel, Break's stinko involves daylight savings time and why it should be abolished, our favorite small details in video games, and finally Frank rails on Comcast and Paul Manafort's sentence. Join us every Friday 7EST live on Twitch and Youtube, just search RPGrinders! Support the show by subscribing on Twitch and Youtube. Thanks for listening
In this much shorter episode of the ongoing Castlevania Retrospective series, Eric is once joined by Fanboymaster, as we dicuss the earlier portable Castlevania entries, along with Castlevania: The Adventure Rebirth. The quality of these games are about half and half, and there's not much to say about them, making for a tidy episode. Be sure to tune in next time for discussion on the Dracula X Games and their various ports.
In this episode of RPGrinders, the crew gets through a short news cycle before having a slew of reviews with the XXX films, along with Alita: Battle Angel and How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World. Afterwards there are a few stinkos and sweetos, and then there's talk of Flat Earthers. Of course, Eric doesn't waste time promoting thier new side project for a Castlevania retrospective. Be sure to stay tuned for even more!
In this new retrospective series, Eric is joined by FanboyMaster to talk up the Castlevania series. And in the first episode, the Simon Belmont games are talked about, as well as the supposed 'Origin' story game, Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse. Even the weirder aspects of the first game are talked about, like infinite flea-men and grass. Be sure to stay tuned next time for the Gameboy titles!
Frank and Eric are forced to do the news because Breakman can't manage to show up on time! There were enough news stories to go around but Break used his "traffic" excuse to weasel out. He missed stories about Reggie Fils-Aime and games like Death Mark and Fate Extella.
Break is finally able to show up to read Twitter. Unfortunately, he didn't seem very pleased with this weeks comments.
As usual, there are plenty of Stinkos and Sweetos. Lightsaber dueling, Bernie Sanders, and more.
For the first time, in a long time, every host has at least one review! Mass Effect: Andromeda, Bullet Storm, Mobile Suit Gundam NT, and Zoolander 2.
For the final segment, Frank dives deep into the problems with corporate tax rates and loop holes. Frank, Eric, and Break disagree about different aspects but only because they all want what they believe will be best for the American people!
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In this somber edition of RPGrinders the guys talk Nintendo's latest direct, Frank reviews Uncharted Lost Legacy, Break brings up Trump (or as he likes to call him 'PMURT') pissing on the constitution, Eric has an interesting article on gaslighting, and finally Bernies mom is in serious need of funds as she is in critical condition. You can donate here, and ANYTHING helps: https://tinyurl.com/y4jhb7ng follow us on twitter @RPGrinders. Get better Mom2!
In this bizarrely titles episode, the crew gets through the news swiftly, and afterwards, dives right into the stinkos and sweetos. Highlights of this are the dicussion of Liam Neeson's latest blunder, the mining of horror movie nostalgia, and taxes. Frank also has reviews for Tacoma, Virginia, and NetherBeast Inc., while Eric has a review for the anime film adaptation of I Want to Eat Your Pancreas. The free for all topic is religion trying to force it's way into schools via Christianity, since they will never be satisfied with just walk ins. And we also have quite the Highscapade for you. Be sure to tune in live on Fridays at 7PM EST on Twitch and Youtube!