Half casual retrogaming, half review show, half speedrunning, half math illiteracy. Join us every week as we talk about some of your favorite video games and some you've never heard of. Learn the history of the games and their speedruns, often featuring members of the community to provide their unique insights and expertise.
Episode 89½ - Punch-Out!! (AGDQ 2019 Panel)
This episode was recorded live from AGDQ 2019, as part of GamesDoneQuick's panel series. Join us as we talk with the man with the golden gloves, sinister1, about Punch-Out!! speedrunning, the history of the speedrun, and it's storied history of blindfolded appearances at marathons.
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Great show, can’t wait for the new episode!
Great retro game show
I don’t speedrun or even watch speedrunning but I love this show, the hosts do a great job of breaking down the history of retro video games and the explanation of how they are speedrun is fascinating
I feel very conflicted; while I value that both of the hosts have their opinions and are human beings, it was hard to really enjoy the LoZ: OoT episode featuring ZFG. @johncarls kept interrupting ZFG, who already did not say much in comparison (at least in the first half of the podcast). I was expecting/hoping to hear more from ZFG which the hosts could have done a better job of directing the discussion to allow for more of ZFG’s participation. It wasn’t really until the end of the episode where he was an active participant. ZFG is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to OoT, while @johncarls kept alluding to his limited knowledge (calling Lon Lon Ranch “Lou Lou”). I don’t know... While this podcast had plenty of speed running content (which the world needs more of), I would hope that future episodes will see the hosts including their guests more as active participants and less criticizing a game - especially retro games.