Baconsale Episode 17: Your Podcast is in Another Castle

We decided to take a break from our usual topics of movies and television to discuss something truly important: politics. Ha! Just kidding! We’re going to talk about video games — specifically, the pre-PlayStation era. This episode is dedicated to the games we love, the games we hate and the games our parents wouldn’t let us buy, so we’d have to go over to our friend’s house to play them. Be sure to listen because you’ll hear a strange revelation about Joel’s secret past!

Oh, and if you press up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A, B, A on your keyboard at the start of this episode, you’ll unlock the ability to listen to it 30 times!

13 thoughts on “Baconsale Episode 17: Your Podcast is in Another Castle

  1. Screw you Kenny! Zelda is awesome despite the redundancy!
    Also, turn based play sucks. 🙂
    Great episode! Your movie based podcasts are fantastic but this new venture was equally as delightful. I think I would like more of these spin offs in the future.

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  2. Joel, I’m a little sad that you hate Final Fantasy, especially as the big movie guy that you are. RPG’s were all about the story, like movies. To me, they always felt like the bridge between books and movies that you got to be immersed into and actually affect the outcome. They’re amazing! My favorite genre of games honestly.

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  3. Good podcast, but I haven’t heard of many of the games and I was never a huge gamer. I think that as soon as my little brother got better than me, I just gave up and let video games be his thing.

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