It’s WRESTLEMANIA WEEKEND, folks, and you know what that means. It means a man in pink takes over this show.
20 years ago today was the originally planned launch day for the N64 in North America, so Roger has five exclusive titles for it! Did your favorite make the cut? Watch to find out!
Did you know that the N64 launched in the US 20 years ago this week? It’s true. So it seemed like a perfect time to cover an N64 game for the first time on SNDG. How does the port stack up to the arcade? Watch and find out!
The original Resident Evil was the very first Playstation game I ever owned. We’ll get into that a bit more later this month, but suffice to say, I loved it. That being the case, I was really hype about Resident Evil 2. I followed the coverage leading up to the release, including all the changes and the info about what is now referred to as Resident Evil 1.5. When Resident Evil: Director’s Cut was released, I ran out and picked it up, partially to play the arrange mode of the original game, but almost moreso to play the included demo of RE2. I played that demo who knows how many times, and when the finished product dropped in January of 1998, I was first in line.
Fear. It doesn’t have to be something jumping out at you, or something chasing you, or even something like a snake (fuck snakes). Fear can also be something as ridiculous as speaking in public, or being alone, or being afraid of pickles like that one girl from that YouTube video that’s been going around for a few years now. Everybody has something they’re afraid of, and if you say you aren’t afraid of anything, then you’re lying to yourself, because everybody has that thing that raises their anxiety level through the goddamn roof that they will do whatever they can to avoid it.
My fear? Water.