Episode 044 – The Simpsons (1991 and 1992)

Episode 044 – The Simpsons (1991 and 1992)

Episode 044 – The Simpsons (1991 and 1992)

This week in Your Parents Basement, it’s the 25th anniversary of the sole early good game in a video game series based on a TV series! From 1991, it’s The Simpsons arcade game by Konami! We also play some of the low lights of the video games – Bart vs. The Space Mutants, Bart’s House of Weirdness and Bart’s Nightmare.

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  • 0:00 – Intro, which features one of the best TV theme songs in vidya game music glory.
  • 43:30 – Emails! We talk Christmas gifts and other important things.
  • 1:04:00 – Snifferoo. We’re covering TWO games for next week’s show! One involves the Zapper. Pew pew pew!


– According to Price Charting, pretty much all of the games based on The Simpsons are between $5 and $20 for just the carts or discs. As we say on the show, most of them aren’t worth owning, except for Hit and Run, Road Rage and The Simpsons Game.

– The list of video games based on The Simpsons is really long. As is the list of video games on The Simpsons.

– Do you like luxury? What about a Jaguar?

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