Welcome to the very first episode of the Space Suplex podcast. I am your co-host along with 24bitAJE. As debuts go we talk briefly about our history of watching pro wrestling with many a tangent. Our main topic is on WrestleMania XXX.
Enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe to the show (iTunes compatible)!
* Our history with the product.
* ECW relaunch
* Wrestlers torn down and built back up.
* Other wrestling podcasts we listen to.
* WrestleMania XXX
24bitAJE and I will talk pro wrestling for 60 minutes at most. Episode frequency will be a week apart at the soonest. If you already subscribe to the Hart & Usagi Podcast (and why aren’t you if your not?) then you don’t have to do anything. Both podcasts are going to be on the same RSS feed.
Our debut episode will be this Friday, April 18th. Make sure to subscribe now to be ready for the Space Suplex Podcast!
Welcome back to another episode of the Hart and Usagi Podcast. We spend a lengthy amount of time off the top talking about my recent gaming roots sabbatical and then we dive into the news talking about our radical arms dealer and dear, close friend Leland Yee.
Over the course of any year I listen to quite a few podcasts. In fact, my subscription list in Podkicker is over ten. One of them being the excellent comeback of the forever fantastic Retronauts. Always talking about the oldest of old school gaming classics!
However, my pick for winner of 2013 is Live Audio Wrestling’s Review-A-Wai. Just think of it as the Retronauts for pro wrestling. It really is that simple. John Pollock and Wai Ting always make for an interesting listen as they talk about past WWE (and WCW, etc.) events and compare how they felt then as opposed to today after rewatching these shows.
Of course I can’t end this 2013 awards article without selecting the best episode of my own creation, the Hart & Usagi Podcast.
Those were all great, but the winner for the episode I had the most fun on was definitely our discussion with first-time guest stripesonfire. I don’t need to mention why episode 29 was the best we did in 2013. Listen to it and find out for yourself!
The Hart and Usagi Podcast is back for the first episode of the new year to talk about the beat-’em-up genre of gaming. To do so we welcome back Anthony from the ++Good Games podcast.
Join us as we take a trip down memory lane and also talk about today’s evolution of the beat-’em-up genre!
List of games talked about (a portion of):
* Streets of Rage
* Final Fight
* Double Dragon
* Riot Zone
* Rushing Beat
* The Punisher
* Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
* Knights of the Round
* Magic Sword
* Devil May Cry
* Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks
* Ninja Gaiden
* God Hand
* Target: Renegade
* Sword of Sodan
* Guardian Heroes
* Golden Axe
* Dungeons & Dragons
* Ikari III: The Rescue
* Rise to Honor
* The Bouncer
* The Combatribes
Did the PlayStation 4 really sell one million units on launch day? What’s that VCR looking thing? What are your favorite games of the seventh gaming console generation? All of these questions and more are answered in this edition of the Hart & Usagi Podcast.
The Hart & Usagi Podcast episode 39 brings you a lively discussion on the issue of a distributor blacklisting Indian gaming website Illgaming, story vs. gameplay, progress in Dark Souls, among other topics. Please join HartKnight (me), usagi704, and our guest lightnarcissus as we get to the bottom of Ludo Discobiscuits.
With lightnarcissus unable to join us this time due to Internet connection difficulties, you might expect to be bored, but don’t worry because we’re joined by daBlueWolfy to help fill the guest spot and we talk about our time playing Dark Souls for the Halloween season. Also on this episode you might be spooked by the new GameSpot site or the Steam controller. Don’t be afraid, though, because usagi704 and I will keep you company for the duration of episode 38 of the Hart & Usagi Podcast!