Tag Archives: Capcom

Episode 163 – Cadillacs and Dinosaurs (1992)

Episode 163 – Cadillacs and Dinosaurs (1992)

Episode 163 – Cadillacs and Dinosaurs (1992)

This week in Your Parents Basement, we are beating the helllll out of poachers and trying to avoid the wrath of dinosaurs! From 1992, we’re playing Cadillacs and Dinosaurs by Capcom for the Arcade.

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TIMESTAMPS

  • 0:00 – Intro, which features one of the ultra-cool 1990s commercials for the toy line.
  • 25:30 – Emails!
  • 34:30 – This week, we REALLY help some people with… Ask the Sweet Boys.
  • 39:00 – Snifferoo. A friend of the show comes on to talk about a notoriously tricky game! Whoever could it be???

Episode 145 – Yo! Noid (1990)

Episode 145 – Yo! Noid (1990)

Episode 145 – Yo! Noid (1990)

This week in Your Parents Basement, in honor of National Pizza Day we are playing as a pizza-stealer in order to save New York City, for some reason! From 1990, we’re playing Yo! Noid, developed by Now Production and published by Capcom, for the NES.

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TIMESTAMPS

  • 0:00 – Intro, which features one of them funny Domino’s commercials from back in the day. Avoid the Noid! (Even though you’re oddly playing as him in this game.)
  • 33:45 – We hear from one of our favorite reviewers again, as Todd has a segment explaining why Yo! Noid is… The Most Best Game of All-Time.
  • 44:00 – Emails! We move right along to the email portion…of the show.
  • 51:00 – New News! Now with theme music!
  • 56:15 – We help some people, in… Ask the Sweet Boys.
  • 59:00 – Snifferoo. Next week, we’re getting spooked! But, in a cute way!

SHOW NOTES

– According to Price Charting, Yo! Noid is pretty reasonably priced. The cart costs about $10, with the box and manual upping the price to $42. (And by the way – The site is now updated, and offers more information!)

– The shockingly good sequel to the game is available here.

Episode 143 – Resident Evil 2 (1998)

Episode 143 – Resident Evil 2 (1998)

Episode 143 – Resident Evil 2 (1998)

This week in Your Parents Basement, we are enjoying fine acting and running away from zombies in order to conserve ammo! From 1998, we’re playing Resident Evil 2 by Capcom for the Playstation (and every other system now, too).

You can manually download this week’s totally spooky podcast here or subscribe to the show via the iTunes store. To manually subscribe, use this link in the device / podcast player of choice. You can also follow us on Twitter, or ‘like’ us on Facebook.

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TIMESTAMPS

  • 0:00 – Intro, which features an incredible commercial for the game. You can check it out on YouTube here!
  • 45:30 – Todd has some good, legitimate reasons why Resident Evil 2 is… The Most Best Game of All-Time.
  • 51:00 – Emails! Followed by New News on Secret of Mana and other games we’ve already played.
  • 1:09:00 – Snifferoo. Next week, our show is going to be the most tactical its ever been!

SHOW NOTES

– According to Price Charting, Resident Evil 2 is pretty affordable. There are more than 10 different versions available at this point, and they’re all between the $5 and $20 range.

Here is the Kotaku article by Stacie Ponder, mentioned by Steve on the show, about the ungodly number of Resident Evil ports out there. Achievement Oriented also did a segment on it, but Steve can’t remember which episode it was on, so just check them out in general.

Episode 142 – The Little Mermaid (1991) and Ariel the Little Mermaid (1992)

Episode 142 – The Little Mermaid (1991) and Ariel the Little Mermaid (1992)

Episode 142 – The Little Mermaid (1991) and Ariel the Little Mermaid (1992)

This week in Your Parents Basement, we are dealing with a mer-person showdown! From 1991, we’re playing The Little Mermaid by Capcom for the NES, and from 1992, we’re playing Ariel the Little Mermaid by Blue Sky Software for the Genesis!

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And now, there is a Discord channel for all the sweet baby boy and girl fans of YPB! Check it out here, and rub elbows with your favorite co-hosts.

As always, if you like the show, support us by buying from Amazon! You can use this link to go to Amazon, and any purchase you make will kick a couple bucks to the show, with no extra cost to you. It’s a win-win!

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TIMESTAMPS

  • 0:00 – Intro, which features the surprisingly good NES midi theme!
  • 36:00 – Todd has some reasons why the NES version is… The Most Best Game of All-Time.
  • 41:30 – Emails! Followed by Steve’s New News.
  • 56:45 – We get back to helpin’ some people in… Ask the Sweet Boys.
  • 1:01:30 – Snifferoo! It’s not even October but we’re getting SPOOPED next week!

Episode 131 – Gargoyle’s Quest 2 (1992)

Episode 131 – Gargoyle's Quest 2 (1992)

Episode 131 – Gargoyle’s Quest 2 (1992)

This week in Your Parents Basement, we are clinging to walls and thinking about moving to the Human World! From 1992, we’re playing Gargoyle’s Quest 2 by Capcom for the NES. We’re joined by special guest and dear, dear friend of the show, Hawk!

You can manually download this week’s fireballin’ podcast here or subscribe to the show via the iTunes store. To manually subscribe, use this link in the device / podcast player of choice. You can also follow us on Twitter, or ‘like’ us on Facebook.

And now, there is a Discord channel for all the sweet baby boy and girl fans of YPB! Check it out here, and rub elbows with your favorite co-hosts.

As always, if you like the show, support us by buying from Amazon! You can use this link to go to Amazon, and any purchase you make will kick a couple bucks to the show, with no extra cost to you. It’s a win-win!

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TIMESTAMPS

  • 0:00 – Intro! No time for funnies this week, we go straight to the spook-trance.
  • 36:00 – Emails! A lot of spooky topics this week, so we get into the mails quicker than normal.
  • 53:00 – As always, we help at least one folk in… Ask the Sweet Boys.
  • 1:00:00 – Snifferoo! Getting off the spooky games, finally, and into more stuff from our childhoods.

SHOW NOTES

– According to Price Charting, and as mentioned on the show, Gargoyle’s Quest 2 came out toward the end of the NES’ lifespan. As a result, it’s expensive – about $80 for the cart, and $172 if you want the box and manual as well. The Game Boy version is pricey too, at $23 for the cart, and $80 for the box and manual.

Episode 125 – Darkwing Duck (1992)

Episode 125 – Darkwing Duck (1992)

Episode 125 – Darkwing Duck (1992)

This week in Your Parents Basement, we are the terror that quacks in the night! From 1992, we’re playing Darkwing Duck by Capcom for the NES.

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And now, there is a Discord channel for all the sweet baby boy and girl fans of YPB! Check it out here, and rub elbows with your favorite co-hosts.

As always, if you like the show, support us by buying from Amazon! You can use this link to go to Amazon, and any purchase you make will kick a couple bucks to the show, with no extra cost to you. It’s a win-win!

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TIMESTAMPS

  • 0:00 – Intro, which features the ultra cool, 1990s commercial for the VHS tapes.
  • 28:00 – Voicemails! A friend of the show, an incredible patriot, calls in.
  • 35:00 – Emails! They’re all good games, Bront.
  • 46:00 – We help some people in… Ask the Sweet Boys.
  • 49:00 – Snifferoo. We are playing with a giant bazooka next week. And using a SNES light gun!

SHOW NOTES

– According to Price Charting, Darkwing Duck is actually kind of pricey! The NES version is $46.50 for just the cart, and the box and manual ups the price to $125. The Game Boy version is cheaper, but the TurboGrafx-16 game is a whopping $149 and $400.

– Darkwing is supposed to be in the new DuckTales show, per Oh My Disney.

– Confusingly, Darkwing Duck is in an alternate universe from DuckTales.

Episode 111 – Street Fighter II (1991 + 1992)

Episode 111 – Street Fighter II (1991 + 1992)

Episode 111 – Street Fighter II (1991 + 1992)

This week in Your Parents Basement, we are fighting our way through the wooorrrlllddd! From 1991 and 1992, we’re playing Street Fighter II by Capcom for the Arcade and Super Nintendo. We’re joined by special guest Mike Smith!

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TIMESTAMPS

  • 0:00 – Intro, which features the title theme from the game. And in the first five minutes, Mike tells a story of devotion to the game, the best we’ve had so far.
  • 41:00 – Emails! We talk dames.
  • 54:00 – Snifferoo. Next week, we’re playing burger-focused games!

SHOW NOTES

– According to Price Charting, Street Fighter II is quite reasonably priced. The loose cart is $11, and the box and manual are $23.75. It’s a few bucks more if you want the Turbo or Super editions.

Episode 107 – Knights of the Round (1991, 1994)

Episode 107 – Knights of the Round (1991, 1994)

This week in Your Parents Basement, we are swingin’ our swords in the air willy-nilly! From 1991 and 1994, we’re playing Knights of the Round by Capcom for the Arcade and SNES. (And also, we’re chatting King of the Dragons and other Capcom brawlers, by the way.)

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TIMESTAMPS

  • 0:00 – Intro, which features the incredibly non-period music of the game mentioned on the show!
  • 34:30 – We receive another voicemail from a Hollywood power player! A number one box office star!
  • 39:00 – We move right along to the regular ole emails.
  • 50:30 – Once again, we help some people with… Ask the Sweet Boys.
  • 56:00 – Snifferoo. Next week, we play an INCREDIBLY faithful video game rendition of a classic movie series!

SHOW NOTES

– As mentioned on the show, and packed up by Price Charting, Knights of the Round is hella expensive and not worth the purchase price now. And the same for King of the Dragons, per Price Charting.

-As expected, the new King Arthur movie was a flop in its first weekend, per Box Office Mojo.

Episode 097 – Willow (1989)

Episode 097 – Willow (1989)

Episode 097 – Willow (1989)

This week in Your Parents Basement, we are questing and earning XP as a humble little person! From 1989, we’re playing Willow by Capcom for the arcade and NES.

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TIMESTAMPS

  • 0:00 – Intro, which features the well-done but incredibly repetitive main theme from the NES edition of Willow.
  • 25:00 – It’s the segment for shout-outs! Comments, Concerns and Questions.
  • 32:00 – Emails! The alternative relationships of some co-hosts are none of our business.
  • 43:00 – We help some more people this week in… Ask the Sweet Boys.
  • 48:00 – It’s the segment we didn’t even know existed! It’s so unexpected we don’t have bumper music for it! We get a Voicemail from a friend.
  • 55:30 – Snifferoo. Beauties and/or beasts next week!

SHOW NOTES

– According to Price Charting, Willow is a pretty affordable game. It’s about $10 for the loose cart, and $25 if you want the cart, box and manual. However, it’s not popular enough to be on the various re-release carts or emulator packages Capcom has done.

Episode 094 – Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers (1990)

Episode 094 – Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers (1990)

Episode 094 – Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers (1990)

This week in Your Parents Basement, we are lifting huge apples and boxes to save our scantily clad mouse friend! From 1990, we’re playing Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers by Capcom for the NES.

You can manually download this week’s chiptastic podcast here or subscribe to the show via the iTunes store. To manually subscribe, use this link in the device / podcast player of choice. You can also follow us on Twitter, or ‘like’ us on Facebook.

As always, if you like the show, support us by buying from Amazon! You can use this link to go to Amazon, and any purchase you make will kick a couple bucks to the show, with no extra cost to you. It’s a win-win!

Want to have an email or comment read on the air? Send us a message on the ole Twitter or Facebook, or, shoot that mail to parentsbasementpodcast@gmail.com.

TIMESTAMPS

  • 0:00 – Intro, which features the excellent title theme from the game.
  • 29:00 – Emails! How ARE your wife and kids?
  • 44:30 – We can’t end the episode without helping some people, in… Ask The Sweet Boys.
  • 50:00 – Snifferoo. Can we save Professor Einstein in next week’s game?

SHOW NOTES

– According to Price Charting, and mentioned on the show, the first Rescue Rangers game is affordable, at $17 for the loose cart, although it’s $55 for the box, manual and cart. But the sequel? Much like DuckTales 2, it was another Capcom-Disney collaboration that came out toward the end of the NES’ lifespan. So, it’s $217 for the loose cart of Rescue Rangers 2, and $593 for the box, manual and cart.

– You can read more about Rescue Rangers here. As mentioned on the show, the title themes are done by the same guy, and they’re both fantastic.

– As the often do, Uproxx’s Lindsay Kimble has five facts about Rescue Rangers here.

– Also, from Disney’s Twitter account, Rescue Rangers with real chipmunks.