Wolverine is the best he is at what he does, but these games were made by people who may have been the worst at what they did.
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Hey! It’s a big double-dose of NBA Jam! First it’s me guest starring in an episode of Game vs. Game on NBA Jam!
Then it’s Eric from GvG guest starring in a new Same Name, Different Game on NBA Jam Tournament Edition!
Merry Christmas and happy holidays! For the second year in a row, I’m looking at games based on the most Christmas-y action movie out there: Die Hard. How does SEGA’s early 3D brawler hold up? Watch to find out!
It’s a shorter-than-usual episode as I take on Crude Buster!
A follow-up to an episode several years ago, I’m looking at the last entry in the original Ghouls ‘n Ghosts trilogy.
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 Super Summer continues with Super Double Dragon! Did you know the Super Famicom version has a bunch of refinements? You will now!
Couldn’t make it to TooManyGames for the panel I was on? Well, you’re in luck! It’s right here for the viewing!
Spider-Man returns to the big screen! So do the X-Men! How do I do a tie-in episode? With Spider-Man and the X-Men!
Five years after posting the original Mortal Kombat episode, we’re talking MKII! Join me as I take a look at the arcade, SNES, Genesis and 32x versions!
In part two of the 1,000 subscriber special (long overdue), I give commentary on the only episode of SNDG to come out in 2013. Enjoy!
Wrestlemania is less than two weeks away, so Joey Pink comes by to talk about WWF Raw on the 32x, Game Gear and original XBox!
Let’s get Super! But not really, because most of these games kinda suck. But find out why they kinda suck!
We’re starting 2016 with a Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice two-parter! To begin, I’m looking at four games based on The Adventures of Batman and Robin. Next month, I’ll be back with some Superman titles!
Merry Christmas, and yippee-ki-yay, motherfuckers! It’s the first real SNDG Xmas episode! I figure after doing this for a few years, maybe I should do something to celebrate more than just Halloween.
Star Wars! NES and Famicom! We end the Nintendo Entertainment Celebration!
I’m on the stairs from The Exorcist to tell you all about the differences between the Famicom and NES versions of this Konami masterpiece.
The Nintendo Entertainment Celebration continues as we finish the story of Tengen.
Were you at TooManyGames this past June? No? Then you missed me on a panel talking about game ports and version, like I do on Same Name, Different Game! But fear not! It’s available for you here now. Listen to Adam from Gunstar Reviews, Eric from Game vs. Game and yours truly yammer for almost an hour about different games with same names!
The Nintendo Entertainment Celebration continues on as we look at Ms. Pac-Man from Tengen and Namco in this episode with a heaping helping of extra history!
Since we got 1,000 subscribers on YouTube, I did a commentary track on the very first Same Name, Different Game from four and a half years ago. Enjoy!
The Nintendo Entertainment Celebration continues as we look at how Tecmo ratcheted up the difficulty of Ninja Gaiden III from the Famicom to the NES!
The Nintendo Entertainment Celebration kicks off as I compare the Japanese version of Super Mario Bros. 2 (a.k.a. The Lost Levels) with the US version.
Age of Ultron opens this weekend, so I looked back at the classic Data East brawler!
Joey Pink returns for our FIFTH Wrestlemania Special. The LJN Defender guest stars as we take on WWF Superstars in the arcade and on the Game Boy.
LJN Defender SNES WWF Games: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sx4ImEECdOs
LJN Defender NES WWF Games: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2duH8YcwcM
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Hey! It’s new Same Name, Different Game! One of the longest ever and featuring Eric Grider of Game vs. Game! I’m really proud of this episode, so I hope you all dig it!
Hit the jump for part two from Eric’s channel!
Merry nothing to do with Christmas! After all that SEGA, it was time to do something… not SEGA. So c’mon Jackie Chan, whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh!
And remember, you can help support the video portion of this site by going here.
The Halloween of SEGA! I look at two Ghostbusters games developed by Compile and published by SEGA.
And don’t forget, I have a Patreon page for the videos now, so if you want to help me out, you can go here.
On the last day of summer, the last episode in the Summer of SEGA arrives! Sonic the Hedgehog 2 on the Genesis and the Master System (and kind of the Game Gear)!
Today is the 25th anniversary of the North American launch of the Sega Genesis. As such, the Summer of Sega moves on to discuss the Genesis launch and Streets of Rage.
The Summer of SEGA begins! Shinobi in the arcade, on the NES and the Master System.
Yes, I know it’s June now, but we’re going to consider this the May episode of SNDG, and you’ll have another episode by the end of the month. I’m looking at Image Fight for the PC Engine and NES this time!
BAM! Another new episode! Joey Pink returns for another Wrestlemania Special!
We premiered it on the stream last night, but now it’s here for you to watch over and over again. Yes, Same Name, Different Game is BACK. And back for good. In fact, there’ll be another new one next week (but don’t expect them weekly in general). So, check it out as I talk Gradius for the NES and PC Engine!
This went up on YouTube last night, but I didn’t get a chance to post here until now. So, apologies for that, but enjoy it as Joey Pink takes on Capcom’s classic 16-bit grappler!
It’s the second SNDG Halloween Special! This year, I’m taking on the SEGA developed versions of Capcom’s classic, Ghouls ‘n’ Ghosts!
In honor of the 25th anniversary of Metal Gear, I’m looking at the NES and MSX2 versions of the original game in the series!
Joe takes on FIVE Batman games, in honor of the release of The Dark Knight Rises!
Hey, my move put me behind schedule, but I’m back with a new episode on Double Dragon II for the PC Engine Super CD and NES!
The final entry for our Wrestlemania Week here On the Stick! Joey Pink is taking on WWF Royal Rumble for the Genesis and the Dreamcast!
This time, I’m taking on a double dose of Double Dragon!
In honor of MTV bringing “Beavis and Butt-Head” back to the air, I’m taking on the 16-bit games that came out during their original run!
For today’s entry in our 31 Day History of Horror Games, I’m looking at Resident Evil on the Playstation and the Wii for the inaugural Halloween Special!
This time out, I’m looking at Super Dodge Ball for the NES and Nekketsu Koukou Dodge Ball Bu: PC Bangai Hen for the PC Engine!
This month, Joe takes on the 16-bit classics inspired by Disney’s Aladdin!
The game for May is Strider! Check back every month for new episodes!
This month, I look at Mortal Kombat for the SNES and Genesis/Mega Drive!
Wrestlemania Week continues as my pro wrestling alter-ego takes a look at two Wrestlemania games in this month’s Same Name, Different Game!