Welcome to PlayerPandemonium, a video game audio blog well... about video games! Some episodes are quick reviews over a video game, video game series, or video game topic. Some episodes might be a round table discussion about a video game topic.
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Paper Mario is known to be one of the best RPG series of all time. However, it has not see the best days in recent years. It is to the point that people are split with excitement and fear with the release of Paper Mario and the Origami King. In this episode, I talk about the Paper Mario series and talk about how the fanbase is very divide and how this is gaming prime example between the innovation of trying something new VS the tradition of finding what works and sticking to it.
Music games have become a juggernaut of a gaming genre. From newer hits such as Beat Saber, to classics like DDR and Guitar Hero. However ever genre has their first. Today I talk about a 1997 music game that was the first of its kind in "PaRappa The Rapper". I GOTTA BELIEVE!
Sadly, 2020 and baseball have not had a great year due to a worldwide pandemic. But don't worry, SNK is here to give you your 2020 baseball fix, with their futuristic themed arcade baseball hit, Super Baseball 2020... or is it 2020 Super Baseball? Anyway I give a quick review about the game.
Let's face the facts, most people hate water levels in video games, so the idea of a game that's all water levels can't help but sound like a living nightmare. However, there's more to Ecco The Dolphin's story than just that. I spend 10 minutes talking about Ecco's adventure from it's humble beginning, to it's sudden end.
Remakes are everywhere now, not just in video games, but media as a whole. When a video game remake is done well, it can be a love letter to its older fans while giving it a breath of fresh air. In this episode, Me and some friends give our top 3 video game remakes of all time!
In a time where re-releases were few and far between, Nintendo made the choice in 1993 to pack a collection of the Super Mario Bros games into one cart and bundle it with the Super Nintendo. How does each game in the All-Stars hold up? Me and my friend Trey discuss memories, each game, and how they hold up today.
Welcome to the very first episode of PlayerPandemonium. Starting out is sometimes the hardest step, and I feel what better to start out than a video game for new players? In this episode I give my review over the NES classic, "Kirby's Adventure".