In this episode, Madelyn and Emma discuss The Sims and Celeste and compare the difficulty of mountain climbing to taking care of people's basic needs. It's pretty much the same. Also featuring flying strawberries, Maslow's hierarchy of BS, and the 100 Baby Challenge and god that last one needs to be expunged from my mind.
In this not-episode, Madelyn and Emma realize that they would not be particularly good at escaping from prison. Also featuring some dumb, stupid bats, the dreaded Sir Micro Transaction, and HEY BUY TWEWY FINAL REMIX PLS, MAMA WANTS HER SEQUEL.
In this episode, Madelyn and Emma discuss The Secret of Monkey Island and Iconoclasts, but somebody probably should have told Madelyn that beforehand. Also featuring poking a Wild Emma with a stick, revolutions in gaming, and pampered modern gamers.
In this not-episode, Madelyn and Emma continue to destroy the innocence of the Mario universe, just like the rest of the internet. Also featuring spoiled gamer Emma, the rise and fall of Telltale, and lots of bad timing.
In this episode, Madelyn and Emma discuss Doom and Life is Strange. Oh, sorry, I meant DOOOOOOMMMMMM. Also featuring hella amounts of the word "hella," some devastating truth bombs, and our confusion and admiration of mods.
In this not-episode, Madelyn and Emma start surreptitiously saving money to buy all the games. All of them. Every single one. Also featuring waiting impatiently for death, the failure of a mash-up, and a total lack of D&D knowledge.
In this episode, Madelyn and Emma discuss Resident Evil and Fortnite: Battle Royale and, uh, I don't know if this is news, but we suck at shooting. Also featuring shiny lips, sound wave zombie virus, and Emma's lack of faith in her real-world survival skills.
In this not-episode...well, at this point, it's pretty much an episode...Madelyn and Emma clearly are slightly delirious. Also featuring intense package disputes, peer pressure towards a PlayStation 4, and all segments becoming Off-Topic Corner
In this episode, Madelyn and Emma discuss Assassin's Creed and Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, and we apologize for the crap audio quality. It's DEFINITELY Madelyn's fault, I swear. Also featuring assassins on Twitter, the Ubisoft man in our computer, and Emma trying to describe things.
In this not-episode, Madelyn and Emma get packing for two different reasons (both of them good though). Also featuring plagiarism taking more energy, Octo-rant Frustrater, and Kingdom Hearts Winnie the Pooh conspiracy theories.
In this episode, Madelyn and Emma discuss the Nancy Drew Adventure Series and Sea of Thieves and fangirl a little. Also featuring the rules of parlay, when an adventure game turns into an FPS, and the Schmardy Schmoys.
In this not-episode, Madelyn and Emma have some complaints because when do they not. Also featuring underwhelming birthdays, dogs snoring in the background, and making each other hungry.
In this episode, Madelyn and Emma discuss Fallout and Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy and ponder the possibility that they may take place within the same universe. Also featuring Madelyn's worrying compulsions, real cities in games, and a plan to end the world.
In this not-episode, Madelyn and Emma come up with possibly the greatest cosplay idea of all time. Also featuring the perils of sarcasm, reboots v. remakes v. revivals, and trouble with the name Nathan.
In this episode, Madelyn and Emma discuss Portal and Abzû and the many philosophical inspirations that went into- ha, just kidding. We make jokes about abs. Also featuring Madelyn's irrational hatred for beloved things, epic stories from the past, and what even gameplay means.
In this not-episode, Madelyn and Emma are joined again by special guests Milena and Aurora (age 4 & 8). Also featuring Emma shifting around, all the Games for Change highlights, and a tragic gaming not-so-accident.
In this episode, Madelyn and Emma discuss EarthBound and Pyre, so turn up the volume! No, seriously, the track ended up quieter than usual somehow. Also featuring subtitles vs numbers, the hidden potential of sports, and weirdo parents.
In this not-episode, Madelyn and Emma officially switch the topic of the podcast to their true passion: the weather. Also featuring the genetics of a thief, a distaste for pirates, and a concentrated ball of sugar.
In this episode, Madelyn and Emma discuss Prince of Persia and What Remains of Edith Finch and talk about two different things at the same time. Also featuring tears for Waluigi, Emma using the word "stupid" too much, and the same set of spikes over and over and over.
In this not-episode, Madelyn and Emma make a bold declaration about rhyming titles. Luckily, descriptions are okay even if they don't rhyme. Also featuring eight different games from Madelyn, a storm front of Kingdom Hearts 3, and hey, remember when these were short?
In this episode, Madelyn and Emma discuss Metal Gear Solid and Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom and wish the real president was as freaking cool as Mr. Roland. Also featuring looking from the outside in, some particularly good puns, and what the future has already looked like.
In this not-episode, Madelyn and Emma record from the same room into the same microphone! It's a once in a year kind of moment, people. Also featuring the minute differences between grunts, embarrassing procrastinating habits, and The Last of Us Cart Racing.
In this episode, Madelyn and Emma discuss Crash Team Racing and Danganronpa V3 and confuse everybody by saying ARUGALA back and forth a lot. Also featuring the word "interesting," what makes up a racing game, and whether or not the "u" is necessary.
In this not-episode, Madelyn and Emma get a little bit carried away and almost make this side-quest into a full episode. Good for you listeners. Not great for editor Emma. Also featuring frustrating boss battles, the best name for a group of Phantom Thieves, and the intense pressure of farming.
In this episode, Madelyn and Emma discuss Silent Hill and Yakuza and wonder about a time when DualShocks were not the only PlayStation controllers. Also featuring a guy with some serious drive, some guys trying to play games without their pinkies, and the faint sound of lawnmowers.