This week in Your Parents Basement, we are participating in the origin story for Uber and Lyft as part of Sega’s The Dreamtember! From 1999 and 2000, we’re playing Crazy Taxi by Hitmaker, a division of Sega, for the Dreamcast and Arcade.
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- 0:00 – Intro, which features the traditional Sega’s the Dreamtember theme.
- 24:00 – Todd has reasons why this is… The Most Best Game of All-Time! Followed by our regular, fun features, like grading manuals and DuckTales.
- 44:30 – Hey guys, we got a voicemail!
- 52:00 – Emails! We do not help anyone this week, though.
- 59:90 – Snifferoo. A DOUBLE snifferoo, actually!
The 1992 X-Men arcade beat ’em up is the second game tackled by Steve Greenwell, Huell and Todd Brisket on Your Parents Basement Podcast, even if it required us leaving the cozy confines of the basement back in the day. Click here to listen!
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Supplemental material for today’s show:
- The piano tease from last week can be found on YouTube here.
- A gameplay video of the final stage.
- A short, December 2013 article from Polygon on the expiration of X-Men from the various online stores.
- Hey, isn’t the timeline of the Marvel movie universe confusing? It sure is! But if you want to deep dive, go here.
- The TV Tropes article on Wolverine Publicity, a.k.a., “Wolverine does not appear in this issue.”
- The lead graphic on this post comes from this blog.