There’s a wonderful and exciting world out there when we discover that we don’t need TV to entertain us: we have the Pie Factory Podcast. Join McSean and Jim as they help Junior rescue his papa and warp to Uranus with Gyruss. Oh…and did somebody say “contest”?
Part 1 of a series of Jimmy G and Sean discussing the home consoles they’ve known and, quite possibly, loved! Oh…and did someone say CONTEST? Listen to this episode for the two arcade games Jim and Sean will be discussing for episode 13 for your chance to win a lovely prize package related to this episode’s Atari 2600 theme!
Due to the absence of both their producer and booth announcer, Jim and Sean deal with audio difficulties as they wax philosophical about these space shooters. Oh…and did somebody say “contest”?
Jim and Sean celebrate the summer with two of the most remembered classic games ever…and some exciting news related to the previous episode. Oh…and did somebody say “contest”?
Complete with live gameplay commentary, Jimmy G and Sean (aka Shell Creeper) discuss two gems — one common and another, uhh…lost — as they visit Underground Retrocade. Won’t you come out to play?
WAIT – your Independence Day celebration is NOT over…you can continue celebrating your independence from NOT having a new Pie Factory Podcast episode! To not listen would turn you into buzzard bait or make a Sidestepper VERY angry.
Jimmy G and
Nuance Oyster Sean wax philosophical about the Pac-Man platformer and the Data East movie-to-cartoon-to-video game zap-’em-up. Rumors of a contest coming up!
As you can tell, Jim and Sean were hungry. Hear them wax nostalgic about BurgerTime and Ms. Pac-Man and why Sean still holds a grudge against the latter after over thirty years.
Jim and Sean discuss their experiences with two shooters — can you predict the theme before they announce it? Also, Sean still struggles with his identity crisis and keeps you informed about an exciting arcade event that already happened.
In a welcome change of pace after the previous episode, Jim and Sean return with two fun, colorful games from Atari, while Sean has an identity crisis. And is that really Billy Mitchell in the lobby of the Royal Sonesta New Orleans?