150 episodes

A weekly podcast that focuses on classic games and gaming - NES, SNES, Genesis, N64, Saturn, PSX and arcade.

Your Parents Basement Podcast Stephen Greenwell, Huell Howser and Todd Brisket

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A weekly podcast that focuses on classic games and gaming - NES, SNES, Genesis, N64, Saturn, PSX and arcade.

    Episode 251 – Power Stone (1999)

    Episode 251 – Power Stone (1999)

    This week in Your Parents Basement, we are throwing barrels and benches at our fightin’ enemies. From 1999, we’re playing Power Stone, by Capcom, for the Arcade and Dreamcast! We’re joined by Friend of the Show Mattyboy! You can manually download this week’s podcast here or subscribe to the show via the iTunes store. To […]

    Episode 250 – Surf Ninjas (1993)

    Episode 250 – Surf Ninjas (1993)

    This week in Your Parents Basement, we are watching a true STAR VEHICLE for the Sega Game Gear in honor of Hollywood’s The Oscars. From 1993, we’re watching “Surf Ninjas,” directed by Neal Israel. You can manually download this week’s podcast here or subscribe to the show via the iTunes store. To manually subscribe, use […]

    Episode 249 – Lemmings (1991)

    Episode 249 – Lemmings (1991)

    This week in Your Parents Basement, we are guiding little creatures to safety, sometimes. From 1991, we’re playing Lemmings, developed by DMA Design and published by Psygnosis, for the PC and every other platform imaginable. We’re joined by Friend of the Show, Ceej! You can manually download this week’s podcast here or subscribe to the […]

    Episode 248 – The Sims (2000)

    Episode 248 – The Sims (2000)

    This week in Your Parents Basement, we are experiencing a deep, story-driven SIMULATION of life! From 2000, we’re playing The Sims, developed by Maxis and published by Electronic Arts, for the PC. We’re joined by Amanda, a Friend of the Show and someone who has sunk her 10,000 hours into the franchise for expertise. You […]

    Episode 247 – Pokemon Gold and Pokemon Silver (2000)

    Episode 247 – Pokemon Gold and Pokemon Silver (2000)

    This week in Your Parents Basement, we are AGAIN catching them all. From 2000, we’re playing Pokemon Gold and Pokemon Silver, developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy and Game Boy Color! Huell isn’t here, but we’re joined by Steve’s old reporting buddy Jake! You can manually download this week’s […]

    Episode 246 – Pocky & Rocky (1993)

    Episode 246 – Pocky & Rocky (1993)

    This week in Your Parents Basement, we are honoring a revered Japanese animal, as we learn all about tanukis! From 1993, we’re playing Pocky & Rocky by Natsume, based on IP from Taito, for the SNES. You can manually download this week’s podcast here or subscribe to the show via the iTunes store. To manually […]

Customer Reviews

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MadDog1981 ,

One of the best Retro Podcasts

I think what I like the most about this show is they're willing to go off the beaten path with the games they play every week. Nothing is too obscure or terrible for the hosts to try out. Great listen every week.

Lermpy ,

Weak

Disclaimer: my reference is an episode from 2015 (Episode 018 - Myst)- maybe things have improved since then.

Just hoping the ride the nostalgia train a bit for a game I played as a kid, but the hosts didn't seem interested in doing much but trashing the game they were discussing while simultaneously admitting they didn't understand it or progress very far at all. I get it - Myst isn't for everyone. But the "critique" devolved into basically a string of snide comments about the existence of spinoff novels and annual Myst conventions. Personally, I'm not that interested in Myst outside of the first game, but I found this part of the discussion to be very nerd-shamey, and ironic coming from a podcast titled Your Parents' Basement. "[The people that go to the conventions] are the worst kind of nerds," was probably the cringeist line from the show. And it was all met with giggling. *eyeroll*

Again, this isn't about strangers hurting my feeling by taking a dump on my favorite game. It's cool, but Myst isn't in my top 5 or anything. It's about a general lack of quality discussion, not to mention respect for fellow game fans. Hopefully that's something that has improved in the last two years.

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