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Resident Evil Village - Shadows of Rose (2022)

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 81:44


Time for a DLC spoilercast! This time we talk about the new story chapter released for Resident Evil Village as part of the Winters Expansion, Shadows of Rose. Join us as we discuss teenage fan fiction, creepy mannequins, fungal sweat, and whoever the hell "K" is.Support the showFollow Dead Cell Media and its members on Twitter at:-Dead Cell Media: https://twitter.com/deadcellmedia-Mark Sullivan: https://twitter.com/nibelheimian-Delaila Lugo: https://twitter.com/assassina_san

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Resident Evil (2002)

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 127:20


Fear can't kill you. But...neither can a new episode of Reap the Spoils! This time, we celebrate October by visiting the acclaimed remake of Resident Evil. Join us as we discuss cheesy dialogue, tons of loading screen doors, meager direct storytelling, and just how damn good of a remake this game is. Enter the survival horror...Note: The music track at the start of the episode is “Save Theme”, composed for the Resident Evil (2002) Original Soundtrack. We in no way have or claim ownership of this music.Support the showFollow Dead Cell Media and its members on Twitter at:-Dead Cell Media: https://twitter.com/deadcellmedia-Mark Sullivan: https://twitter.com/nibelheimian-Delaila Lugo: https://twitter.com/assassina_san

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Sometimes Third Time's Not the Charm: A Dead Space 3 Review | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022


Hey there everyone! This episode of Attack the Backlog is all about Dead Space 3, the followup to Dead Space 2 and...that’s all I got. A lot has been said about Dead Space 3 since its original release, most of it negative; however, when you go back and look at the reviews, you’ll see a wide range of opinions, from those who thought it was amazing--a handful of reviews were very close to giving it a 10/10--to those who thought it was disappointing on all fronts. I can’t say I was disappointed since I went in with no expectations, but I do think it’s an aggressively average and forgettable game and, in some ways, that's worse than being bad-bad.

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Very Pretty and Occasionally Shitty: A Destroy All Humans! Remake Review | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022


Hey there everyone! This episode of Attack the Backlog is all about Destroy All Humans!, the 2020 remake of the game of the same name that originally came out back in 2005. Despite doing a lot right and, in many ways, being what I want from most PS2-era remakes, Destroy All Humans! makes a few things worse and, not just a little worse, but a lot worse, leading to incredibly frustrating moments that made me start hating a game I was overall enjoying, but I'll let the episode do the talking for me; after all, that's what it's there for...

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Max Payne Still Fills Me With Max Yays, Even to This Day | Second Runs

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022


Hello everyone. This is Second Runs, the series where I, Marc Kusnierz, revisits games I played and loved in the past to see if I still love them today. Will I learn something new, confirm something old, or quickly realize this was all a mistake as I slowly destroy what little bit of nostalgia I have left in this world. No matter the outcome, I’ve accepted the risks and will continue my journey through the opposite of a backlog until I’ve destroyed my soul all in the pursuit of content creation. And on that note, the content created right here and right now is for none other than Max Payne, the game Marky Mark probably never played before taking on the role of the titular character in what is still one of the worst video game adaptations to date. Now, some 21 years later, I’ve finally revisited the game for the first time, playing through the whole thing in one sitting (with a break for food, mind you, since I’m an adult and won’t let a game be the boss of me) and I’m happy to report, despite some remembered (and not-so-remembered) knocks, Max Payne is still as great today as I remember it being the first time I played it.

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It's Good, Man, But Not Great, Babe: A Rage Review | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022


Hey there everyone! This episode of Attack the Backlog is all about Rage, a first-person shooter where you wake up after spending over a century sleeping in a freezer just so you can do everyone’s dirty work for them, Norm MacDonald not included. P.S. Props to anyone who gets the entirety of this episode's title.

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Elden Ring (2022)

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 193:59


Rise, tarnished listeners - in this episode, we discuss one of the most anticipated, best selling, and largely spoken-about games of this year. Does it deserve the praise? Join us as we discuss complicated lore, try-hard players, and how tired Mark is. Now go touch some grace.Note: The music track at the start of the episode is “Roundtable Hold”, composed by Tsukasa Saitoh for the Elden Ring Original Soundtrack. We in no way have or claim ownership of this music.Follow Dead Cell Media and its members on Twitter at:-Dead Cell Media: @DeadCellMedia-Mark Sullivan: @nibelheimian-Delaila Lugo: @ASSASSINA_SAN-Jason Kwasnicki: @SolidKwasSupport the show

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I Made a Terrible, Terrible Mistake: A Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot (Kind Of) Review | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022


Hey there everyone! This episode of Attack the Backlog is all about Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, an open-world action-adventure game set in the world of Dragon Ball that retells the story of Dragon Ball Z in its entirety. If you want to experience Dragon Ball Z a second (or third/etc) time and don’t want to slog through the original series (or even the truncated Kai version), Kakarot is perfect for that. That said, if you did what I did in preparation, you may find yourself disappointed and wishing you had your own set of dragon balls to wish your stupidity away.

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While Not Quite a Zero, It's Far From a Hero: A Resident Evil 0 Review | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022


Hey there everyone! This episode of Attack the Backlog is all about Resident Evil 0, the prequel to Resident Evil starring Rebecca Chambers--aka, not Claire Redfield or Jill Valentine--and cool dude Billy Coen, with his super sweet tribal tattoo that apparently spells out “Motherlove” making me hate it (and him) even more than I already do. Billy hatred aside, 0 is a disappointing experiment that adds nothing of value to the series and, in some ways, takes a little away. At least it still looks great, eh...

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Mass Effect 3 (2012)

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 170:56


Red, blue, or green - what's your favorite color? In this episode, we close out Shepard's epic saga of war, love, and awkward dancing. Join us as we discuss complicated endings, more galactic sexcapades, and one awesome party at the end of the world.Subscribe to Mark's weekly newsletter here: https://fromgamers.net/newsletter/Follow Dead Cell Media and its members on Twitter at:-Dead Cell Media: @DeadCellMedia-Mark Sullivan: @nibelheimian-Delaila Lugo: @ASSASSINA_SAN-Jason Kwasnicki: @SolidKwasSupport the show

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The Mean Greens Is What You Get When You Don't Eat Your Vegetables | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022


Hey there everyone! This episode of Attack the Backlog is all about The Mean Greens - Plastic Warfare--random, I know--a third-person competitive shooter where you play as toy army men and battle across familiar environments like backyards, kitchen tables, and fish tanks. If that sounds interesting to you, check out the episode to find out just how mean these greens be.

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The Mafia Remake Is a Fresh Coat of Paint on a Car in Need of Heavy Tuning | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022


This episode of Attack the Backlog is all about Mafia, specifically the Definitive Edition, which is a remake of the original game from 2002. Technically, this is a bit of a cheat episode since I did play the original when it came out, but since this is a full-blown remake, I said, "Fuck it, this is my show, and I can do whatever the heck I want," and whatever the heck I did. Regardless of hecks given or taken, the real question is, is Mafia as good today as it was back in the day and, to answer that...

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Mass Effect 2 (2010)

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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 163:41


Do you fear the Reapers? Don't worry - we've got Collectors to deal with instead! Join us as we further explore the Milky Way galaxy in the next entry of BioWare's space opera epic, discuss Jason's interstellar sex-capades, frustrating cover systems, and dance around spoilers for the next game.Subscribe to Mark's weekly newsletter here: https://fromgamers.net/newsletter/Follow Dead Cell Media and its members on Twitter at:-Dead Cell Media: @DeadCellMedia-Mark Sullivan: @nibelheimian-Delaila Lugo: @ASSASSINA_SAN-Jason Kwasnicki: @SolidKwasSupport the show

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Crash Bandicoot Is Anything but a Bandihoot! Amirite, Amiright, or Amiawriter? | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, I crash all the bands in the remake of Crash Bandicoot, a game that's anything but a hoot and more resembling of poo. As bright and colorful as the game may be, it sure made me miserable as you will see. As someone new to the series, it's rather disappointing, 'cause now when it comes to checking out the sequels, I'm more than a little weary. But like with Going Commando, I'm not giving up for good; however, I can't say I'm a fan, yo, with no chubby for Crash, or what some refer to as wood.

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A Tale of Two Games: An Anguish-Filled Vanquish Review | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, I slide my way through an average game before discovering the game I played is completely different from the game others have played, except the only way to know it's different is by being told it's different. Why? Because the game itself tells you nothing. Confused? Welcome to the club--the, "I played Vanquish, but I didn't really play Vanquish" club--it's quite crowded in here and y'all know how I feel about crowds, so hopefully this episode helps you realize what Vanquish really is before you start playing it yourself, lest you end up like me and annoyed that what you played in a far cry from what others have played.

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Just 'Cause 3's My Favorite Number Doesn't Mean Just Cause 3's My Favorite Game | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, I blow up everything but dolls in Just Cause 3, a game where you cause mayhem and destruction...just 'cause. This marks a first for Attack the Backlog. This is the first time I've ever gone back into my backlog to finish an old save, instead of restarting a game from the beginning (if it's something I've played before, but never finished). I won't go into further detail here--I have to leave some reason for you to check out the episode (in case my sultry voice isn't enough on its own)--but I will say I 100% made the right decision in choosing to continue my old save instead of starting a new one (and no, not just 'cause).

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Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin (2022)

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Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 119:49


Are you ready for some CHAOS? Join us as we discuss the incredibly fun and infinitely meme-able latest entry in the Final Fantasy franchise. We dig into its slow-burn story, disappointing side characters, engaging job system, and how Jason only ever wants to be a samurai. Where there's crystals...Subscribe to Mark's weekly newsletter here: https://fromgamers.net/newsletter/Follow Dead Cell Media and its members on Twitter at: -Dead Cell Media: @DeadCellMedia -Mark Sullivan: @nibelheimian -Delaila Lugo: @ASSASSINA_SAN-Jason Kwasnicki: @SolidKwasSupport the show

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How Returnal Went From an All-Time Great to a Game I'd Only Casually Date | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, I go on a roller coaster of love to like with Returnal, a third-person roguelite shooter that takes a lot inspiration from shmups and successfully translates it to a 3D environment. The gameplay is sublime, but because of the way it's structured, the game doesn't respect your time. What could have been one of my favorite games of all-time is, instead, just a game I liked and, well, that's fine.

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I Thought Going Commando Was Supposed to Be One of the Good Ones | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2022


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, I return to the world of Ratchet & Clank with Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando. I went in with the highest of expectations and left with the saddest of realizations: I, maybe, don't like Ratchet & Clank. I loved the original game when I played it so many years ago and loved the reboot/remake, but, until now, those were the only Ratchet & Clank games I've played. Going Commando was my return to a series I thought I'd continue loving; however, what I found was a game more interested in quantity over quality. This hasn't killed my interest in playing other Ratchet & Clank games, mind you, but it has stunted the growth of any potential excitement in playing more games in the series. At least for the time being.

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Ghost of Tsushima is Delicious Like Ma's Sushi, Man | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2022


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, watch as I duel and reviewel my way through the beautiful forests and valleys of Ghost of Tsushima, a game where you play as a samurai fighting against tradition in order to bring freedom and peace to Japan. If that sounds like your jam, I can't recommend it highly enough. I may sound negative at times in the review, but my experience was unique as outside influences affected me more than usual. Despite all that, I still had a great time, adding yet another win for Sony's secret best studio. Ghost of Tsushima originally came out on July 17, 2020 for PlayStation 4 and has since been released on PlayStation 5.

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Call of Juarez: The What the Hell Were They Thinking One | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2022


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc puts on their best Obama mask and gets high as a kite while burning fields of dreams in Call of Juarez: The Cartel, the kind of dreams that only weed can make true, especially when playing a game that's worst that poo. The Cartel is a bad game in so many ways and the kind of game that leaves you constantly asking why as you play. Call of Juarez: The Cartel originally came out on July 19, 2011, for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, with a PC release a few months after that. Marc played the Xbox 360 version of the game on an Xbox Series X via backward compatibility and highly recommends not doing the same.

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Tentacles May Suck, But Octodad Most Certainly Does Not | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc stays sweet and wholesome instead of tying hens while tentacling some holes, son, in Octodad: Dadliest Catch, a game where you play as an octopus who marries a human woman with two human children (who are never explained) and has a penchant for making a mess wherever he goes, delightfully so. Octodad originally came out on January 30, 2014, for PC and later made his way to everything else, from PS4 and Xbox One, to iOS and Android, and even the Vita and Wii U, before retiring to spend the rest of his days with his family on the Switch.

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Night Trap? More Like Night Mirror If You Know What I Mean... | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2022


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc spies on teenage girls while trapping vampire ninjas in Night Trap, an FMV game that's pretty stupid and infamous for its help in creating the ESRB thanks to having scenes that were considered, "sexually suggestive and exploitive." Night Trap originally came out on October 15, 1992, for Sega CD and has since been released on a handful of other platforms, including, most recently, the Switch, PS4, and Vita (yep, even the Vita). Anyway, something-something, I think it might be a trap, but I'm still going to fap fap, cheers and enjoy the...wait for it...show. Anyway, that's it and that's all folks. You can get an even more in-depth discussion by listening to the podcast and, if you're feeling extra generous, you can become a patron, donate a little something, or subscribe to show your support for the site, the podcasts, the streaming, the videos, the art, and everything in between. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to consume any of the content I make and thank you for being a fan. I can't begin to express how much I appreciate each and every one of you. Cheers.

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Is Super Mario 3D World My New Favorite Mario Game?! | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2022


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc furries it up with their best cat suit as the run, jump, and butt stomp their way through the worlds of Super Mario 3D World, a Mario game no one played when it originally came out that found a second life on the Switch (like every Wii U game) and is probably the closest we'll ever get to a proper Super Mario Bros. 2 sequel, which, if you know me, is a very good thing. Super Mario 3D World originally came out on November 22, 2013, for Wii U, but no one cared, so Nintendo released it again on February 12, 2021, for Switch, along with a brand new expansion titled Bowser’s Fury (which I have yet to play) and now people do care! Anyway, something-something, cat Toad is adorable and has me thinking things that make me feel deplorable, cheers and enjoy the...wait for it...show. Anyway, that's it and that's all folks. You can get an even more in-depth discussion by listening to the podcast and, if you're feeling extra generous, you can become a patron, donate a little something, or subscribe to show your support for the site, the podcasts, the streaming, the videos, the art, and everything in between. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to consume any of the content I make and thank you for being a fan. I can't begin to express how much I appreciate each and every one of you. Cheers.

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When Max Payne Became Max on Fire | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc falls down left and right and struggles to regain their footing in Max Payne 3, a game that is technically a Max Payne game, but feels more like a Man of Fire game than a Max Payne game, sans the Walken, but not the walking. Anyway, something-something, cleaning the Jersey shore with my fists and nothing more, cheers and enjoy the...wait for it...show. Anyway, that's it and that's all folks. You can get an even more in-depth discussion by listening to the podcast and, if you're feeling extra generous, you can become a patron, donate a little something, or subscribe to show your support for the site, the podcasts, the streaming, the videos, the art, and everything in between. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to consume any of the content I make and thank you for being a fan. I can't begin to express how much I appreciate each and every one of you. Cheers.

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Yakuza Kiwami Is a Yet Another Majimezingly Good Time | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Majima is everywhere in town and Marc is nowhere to be found in Yakuza Kiwami, a a remake of the first game in the Yakuza series that adds more than just a fresh coat of paint and the original Japanese voice acting, making it worth playing for both new fans and olds fans alike. Anyway, something-something, that's not a deer, that's just Majima in costume, no cap, he literally is everywhere, cheers and enjoy the...wait for it...show. Anyway, that's it and that's all folks. You can get an even more in-depth discussion by listening to the podcast and, if you're feeling extra generous, you can become a patron, donate a little something, or subscribe to show your support for the site, the podcasts, the streaming, the videos, the art, and everything in between. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to consume any of the content I make and thank you for being a fan. I can't begin to express how much I appreciate each and every one of you. Cheers.

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PUBG? More like POO POO PEE PEE, Am I Right?! | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc throws apples at anything and everything while waiting to die so they can throw even more apples in PUBG, a game people like to say started the whole battle royale thing even though it didn't. But whatever. It's an okay game, I guess, but it's no Apex Legends, so who cares, eh. Am I right or am I right? Spoilers: I am so very, very right. Anyway, something-something, people be camping and I can't stand it, cheers and enjoy the...wait for it...show. Anyway, that's it and that's all folks. You can get an even more in-depth discussion by listening to the podcast and, if you're feeling extra generous, you can become a patron, donate a little something, or subscribe to show your support for the site, the podcasts, the streaming, the videos, the art, and everything in between. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to consume any of the content I make and thank you for being a fan. I can't begin to express how much I appreciate each and every one of you. Cheers.

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Nights into Dreams Was No Dream, But a Nightmare for Me | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc spins, twirls, and stumbles their way through the skies and waters of Nights into Dreams, a game that's more nightmarish than dreamy with only a fantastic soundtrack making up for what is otherwise a terrible game. Anyway, something-something, feels like a good night for a curse, but I guess things could be worse, cheers and enjoy the...wait for it...show. Anyway, that's it and that's all folks. You can get an even more in-depth discussion by listening to the podcast and, if you're feeling extra generous, you can become a patron, donate a little something, or subscribe to show your support for the site, the podcasts, the streaming, the videos, the art, and everything in between. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to consume any of the content I make and thank you for being a fan. I can't begin to express how much I appreciate each and every one of you. Cheers.

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It Won't Be Alien for You to Rage While Playing Alien Rage | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc rages through these corridors, those corridors, and morridors in Alien Rage, a game about raging as you try and kill every alien before they kill you first! It's a fitting title for a shitty title in this episode with the witty title; by the way, when I was a kid, I performed in a piano recital. Anyway, something-something, pretty cheap and awfully weak, cheers and enjoy the...wait for it...show! Anyway, that's it and that's all folks. You can get an even more in-depth discussion by listening to the podcast and, if you're feeling extra generous, you can become a patron, donate a little something, or subscribe to show your support for the site, the podcasts, the streaming, the videos, the art, and everything in between. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to consume any of the content I make and thank you for being a fan. I can't begin to express how much I appreciate each and every one of you. Cheers.

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Five Dates at Freddy's This Is Not, but a Good Time It Surprisingly Is | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc goes on a handful of online dates in Five Dates, a game about, well, online dating that is, surprisingly, nowhere near as cringey as it could have been. Your buddy may be a bit of a weirdo creep, but the dates you go on are far from weird and creepy, so if you want that online dating action without actually online dating, Five Dates is the game for you! Anyway, something-something, Shaina is the best, don't settle for anyone less, cheers and enjoy the...wait for it...show! Anyway, that's it and that's all folks. You can get an even more in-depth discussion by listening to the podcast and, if you're feeling extra generous, you can become a patron, donate a little something, or subscribe to show your support for the site, the podcasts, the streaming, the videos, the art, and everything in between. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to consume any of the content I make and thank you for being a fan. I can't begin to express how much I appreciate each and every one of you. Cheers.

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Five Nights Since Freddy Got Fingered for Being a Scaredy-bear | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc shows just how much they're willing to do for a Patron, shitting their pants, making no kind of sanse, all while spying on murderous furry robots in Five Nights at Freddy's, a game that takes Chuck E. Cheese and changes it to Fuck U. Please! Anyway, something-something, it was a self-induced hell, but only lasted a spell, cheers and enjoy the...wait for it...show! Anyway, that's it and that's all folks. You can get an even more in-depth discussion by listening to the podcast and, if you're feeling extra generous, you can become a patron, donate a little something, or subscribe to show your support for the site, the podcasts, the streaming, the videos, the art, and everything in between. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to consume any of the content I make and thank you for being a fan. I can't begin to express how much I appreciate each and every one of you. Cheers.

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Descending Down Hills Without a Water Bottle in Sight | Attack the Backlog

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021


On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc descends down hills while dehydrated in Descenders, a game all about dominating mountains one course at a time, lest you fail and have to start over from the beginning. It's basically a downhill mountain biking roguelike and it's super rad. Anyway, something-something, I just want a new Downhill Domination, come on world, it's never too late son, cheers and enjoy the...wait for it...show! Anyway, that's it and that's all folks. You can get an even more in-depth discussion by listening to the podcast and, if you're feeling extra generous, you can become a patron, donate a little something, or subscribe to show your support for the site, the podcasts, the streaming, the videos, the art, and everything in between. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to consume any of the content I make and thank you for being a fan. I can't begin to express how much I appreciate each and every one of you. Cheers.

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This One Time, At Mind Camp, I Psychonaut Finished The Game | Attack the Backlog

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