Attack the Backlog is a biweekly podcast where Marc Kusnierz of Pixelated Sausage goes into their massive backlog to finally play (and hopefully finish) all the games they've been meaning to get to.
Attack the Backlog: Resident Evil 3 (2020)
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc shoots and shambles their way through the streets and labs of Resident Evil 3, specifically the reimagining that’s not really a remake that came out for PC, PS4, and Xbox One on April 3rd, 2020. If you don’t know what Resident Evil 3 is, it’s the sequel to Resident Evil 2, which was the sequel to Resident Evil 1, which was just called Resident Evil sans the one when it originally came out. Anyway, something-something shoot 'em the head so you'll know for sure they're dead, cheers and enjoy the show.
Attack the Backlog: A Way Out
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc sneaks, shoots, and races through the rapids of A Way Out, a cooperative game about a couple of guys who break out of prison in order to get revenge against a Tony Montana wannabe. The game is unique in that it’s almost always in split-screen, whether playing locally or online. A Way Out originally came out on March 23rd, 2018 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One and is the follow-up to Josef Fares and Hazelight Studios’ first game, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, which is also a cooperative game, but a single-player cooperative game. That may not make sense, but if your interest is piqued, I highly recommend checking out Brothers. It has one of the most powerful endings in gaming history. Anyway, something-something it's basically Bad Boys but not Bad Boys, cheers and enjoy the show.
Attack the Backlog: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc celebrated fifty episodes of Attack the Backlog with one of the games that inspired the show: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, a game that needs no introduction, but if you've somehow never heard of A Link to the Past, it's an action-adventure game where you must save seven maidens in order to stop the evil Ganon (after stopping the evil Agahnim...twice) from taking over the world of Hyrule. A Link to the Past originally came out for Super Nintendo on April 13the, 1992 (in the States), before making its way to many other platforms over the years that have followed. Anyway, something-something blow that flute and make it a hoot, cheers and enjoy the show.
Attack the Backlog: Moonlighter
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc buys, sells, haggles their way through the town and dungeons of Moonlighter, a game where you collect loot in various dungeons and then sell said loot in your very own shop, aptly called, "The Moonlighter." Moonlighter originally came out on PC, PS4, and Xbox One in May of 2018 and later made its way to Switch in November of that same year. Anyway, something-something let's make a deal, please listen to me spiel, cheers and enjoy the show.
Attack the Backlog: SteamWorld Dig
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc picks, drills, and punches their way through the mines and caves of SteamWorld Dig, a game all about digging, digging, and just a little bit more digging. In the words of Cyrus, "Can you dig it? Can. You. Dig it!!!" SteamWorld Dig originally came out for Nintendo 3DS on August 8th, 2013, and eventually made its way to many other platforms, including PC, PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One, Switch, and Wii U. Anyway, something-something all about collecting, what else were you expecting, cheers and enjoy the show.
Attack the Backlog: Mini Ninjas
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc sneaks and slashes their way through the forests, fields, mountains, and castles of Mini Ninjas, a simple little action-adventure game where you play as a ninja (go figure) who must save the world from an evil warlord who is turning animals into evil samurai warriors. Mini Ninjas originally came out for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, and PC on September 8th, 2009. Anyway, something-something kid-friendly like for kids who go to schools called elementary, cheers and enjoy the show.