This week in Your Parents Basement, we are carrying babies and animals and other crap to safety! From 1991, we’re playing Bible Adventures by Wisdom Tree for the NES. We’re joined by special guest HAWK, the sweetest baby boy of 2016, who nominated this game for coverage!
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- 0:00 – Intro, which features the incredibly repetitive background music from the games.
- 25:30 – Voicemails! We’re joined by an Australian friend.
- 32:00 – Emails! We learn about when we learned things.
- 53:45 – This week, we help someone in… Ask the Sweet Boys.
- 59:30 – Snifferoo. Jesus was with us after playing Bible Adventures, because we’re actually playing a decent game next week!
– According to Price Charting, Bible Adventures is pretty affordable, at $9.99 for the loose cart and $16.65 for the box, cart and manual. There is also a Genesis version that’s pricier – $17.95 for the game, $56 for the box, manual and cart.
– The awesome commercial mentioned and played on the show can be viewed on Youtube, courtesy of Pat the NES Punk.
– Gizmodo has an awesome write-up of the find of a Seattle man: The incredibly rare Nintendo 64 disk drive.
– Of all places, Playboy has a long read on how the really good 2009 Ghostbusters game came together. You can read it here, although your work’s spam filter might block. And hey, listen to our show on the NES Ghostbusters here!
– Engadget has a good summary article of Ben Heck ripping into the “newly” discovered Nintendo-Sony CD unit.
– There is now a Kickstarter for the old NES Wisdom Tree games, which were pretty horrible games based on Bible stories. But still, if you want to support it, go here.
– Gizmodo’s Adam Clark Estes has a review of the Analogue NT, a souped-up clone of the NES. It’s basically like a great version of the NES Classic going on sale this November. And, oh, it costs $500.
– From Mashable and Reddit, Matt Damon might be interested in doing some video game stuff.
– Posted on a bunch of sites, including the developer site: Obduction, a spiritual successor to Myst, has been delayed from July 26 to the week of Aug. 22.
ON THIS DAY IN VIDEO GAME HISTORY…
– On July 22, 2008, a remake of Final Fantasy IV came out for the DS. It was… really bizarre. Developed by Matrix Software, it was in 3D and had an augment system that allowed you to power up characters after they left your party. The difficulty was also ramped up, and some story segments were added back in.