As an Easter gift to you our fans, we present our third Director's Cut episodes originally released on Place to be Nation POP for you to enjoy. This time we bring to you the Director's Cut of The Video Game Show, Part 2.
We've added fifteen minutes of additional material in this episode as we go in-depth on some of the questionable choices for helmets in ABC Monday Night Football on Super NES along with looking at YouTube playthroughs of The Price is Right for DOS and Thunder in Paradise on CD-i.
Happy Mario Day this Wednesday! (Get it, MAR10?) We pay our respects to this non-holiday by looking at the unforgettable Super Mario Bros. Super Show! One of us never watched this on Fridays for reasons.
Just a note there were some audio issues during the recording of this and the next episode with hot mics, they've mostly been fixed in post, but they'll show up at a few points here and there.
It was to be Paul Reubens' bounce back role after Pee Wee's Playhouse was cancelled. You Don't Know Jack is but a blip in TV history, a deviation from what TV audiences were used to seeing. Mike used his Money in the Bank on this and by the end of this episode, he regrets selecting this show.
Who didn't love cartoons and video games in the early 80s? Pac Man was successful. But the anthology with cartoons of Pitfall, Space Ace, and Kangaroo? Not as much. We talk about the cartoon cavalcade called Saturday Supercade in this installment.
Earlier this year, we looked at 9 bad video games based on television shows. We found 9 more and felt it appropriate to cover them before the Christmas holiday. With any luck, we'll find 9 more and do a 3rd installment in 2021.
Video Power--is it a video game cartoon or a video game game show? ¿Porque no los dos? This might be the only show we will cover which can be classified as a show in two different genres, while keeping the general premise intact.
Video Power contestant interview: https://lakupo.com/grblitz/video%20power.htm
The three of us have played video games for decades. We decided to dedicate an episode to bad video games based on television programs. If you like this, fret not; a second video game show will be coming later this year.
We look at an infomercial for the CD-i entertainment system from the mid-90s, while spending a significant amount of time talking about the system's titles, versatility, and technological downfalls.