GHX Ep. 18: Technical Disaster

• October 19th, 2017

This week Fred and Trees return with a new format, but the same great content.  Main topics include games that we return to and Fred's lack of loot box thrills, followed by 5 of the community's "lightening round" topics, and then getting to know your hosts.  Don't think we forgot "Just Stop" because it's there too.  


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Psycho Break

• October 10th, 2017

This week Fred and Jam finally reunite to get back to what they do best: talk old games.  There's a brief intro, a new schedule for podcasts, and a slightly new format (don't worry, topics are still the first section), but otherwise it's back to basics.  In preparation for this week's sequel, they are discussing The Evil Within, or Psycho Break as it's known in Japan.  The incredible art design, sordid plot, and hodgepodge gameplay are all put under a microscope, as is the game's origins.  After that it's some discussions on community feedback and what the boys have been up to over the last month.

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Top Scores, Volume 5

• October 4th, 2017

Another year come and gone, a hiatus on the outs, and a co-host is now a husband.  Man, a lot has happened this year.  Oh, and we got a whole bunch of great video game tunes to share with you.  Come, relax, and enjoy over 2 and a half hours of our community's favorite cuts.

Track List (in order of appearance):

  1. Bloody Tears - Castlevania II: Simon's Quest (NES)
  2. Fragfest - Jak X: Combat Racing (PS2)
  3. Normal Battle/Normal Battle (Town) - Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne (PS2)
  4. Relight My Fire - Outrun 2019 (Genesis)
  5. The Opened Way - Shadow of the Colossus (PS2)
  6. Main Title - Banjo Kazooie (N64)
  7. Crossing3084 - Phantasy Star Online (Gamecube)
  8. Peaceful Sleep - Nier: Automata (PS4)
  9. Astral Observatory - Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (N64)
  10. Bison's Dream - Street Fighter II Vocal Album
  11. Dream of the Shore Bordering Another World - Chrono Cross (PS1)
  12. Moonlight Museum Ver. 1 - Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil (PS2)
  13. L07 - Energy S., Eng., Flight Deck - System Shock (PC)
  14. Disco Descent (1-1 with Shopkeeper) - Crypt of the Necrodancer (PC)
  15. Hypnotic House - Mortal Kombat: The Album
  16. Calling - The World Ends With You (DS)
  17. Gangsta Theme - Killer Instinct (Arcade)
  18. Simon's Theme - River City Ransom (NES)
  19. The Almighty - Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 (PS2)
  20. Boss Room - Sonic Spinball (Genesis)
  21. Magus Battle Theme - Chrono Trigger (SNES)
  22. One-Winged Angel Acapella - Smooth McGroove
  23. Soldier's Chant - Rome Total War (PC)
  24. Ending Theme - Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (SNES)
  25. Terran Theme 1 - Starcraft (PC)
  26. More Than His Share - Halo 3: ODST (360)
  27. Suicide Mission - Mass Effect 2 (360)
  28. Baba Yetu (Main Theme) - Civilization IV (PC)
  29. Itory, The Hidden Village - Illusion of Gaia (SNES)
  30. Act 2-1 (Prison) Music - Arcus Odyssey (Genesis)
  31. Vamo'alla Flamenco - Final Fantasy IX (PS2)
  32. Haretree - Legend of Kay (PS2)
  33. We All Become - Transistor (PC)
  34. (Closing Song) - Birth of a Wish - Nier: Automata (PS4)
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GHX Ep. 17: Social Issues

• September 26th, 2017

GHX has returned (and GH101 is close behind).  Fred opens the show with a statement about a certain YouTube streamer, Trees is enchanted by both Disney and a certain portable game, and Fred asks if gameplay mechanics should be protected by copyright.  

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It’s Always Better With A Partner

• August 30th, 2017

This week Fred and Jam bid the show a brief goodbye with the beginning of their hiatus.  Discussions are a-plenty with talks on what they've been playing, the SNES Classic Edition, Raspberry Pi, and many more before eventually delving into the topic of Co-Operative (Co-Op) gaming.  

Songs (in order of appearence):

  • Main Theme - Twisted Metal (PS1)
  • Funkotronic Beat - Toe Jam & Earl (Genesis/Mega Drive)
  • Rock On It - Jet Grind Radio/Jet Set Radio (Dreamcast)
  • Gourmet Race - Kirby Super Star (Super NES/Super Famicom)
  • Level 1 - Silver Surfer (NES)
  • Mountain Area - Project Justice/Rival Schools 2 (Dreamcast)
  • BCP HQ - Policenauts (PS1)
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GHX Ep. 16: Crying Over a Brontosaurus

• August 29th, 2017

This week Fred and Trees are joined by Chase of the Scarcasm podcast and the conversation starts with a bunch of random ramblings for 45 minutes.  Topics discussed include today's focus on graphics, how many amazing games are about to release, and Jurassic World Evolution.  

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Back to the Future (Backward Compatibility Part 2)

• August 16th, 2017

This week Jam and Fred are joined by Austin to discuss the more recent implementations of backward compatibility.  From the software-based 360 to the pure hardware based Wii and of course the Playstation 3 falling somewhere in between.  Then the group move on to this generation and the myriad of adapters that attempted to force back compat on consoles that were never designed for it.

Song List:

Break 1: Big Blue from F-Zero (SNES)

Break 2: The Boy's Got Wings from Ys III: Wanderers From Ys (TG-CD)

Break 3: Splash Wave from Outrun (Arcade)

Closing: Main Theme from Odin Sphere (PS2)

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GHX Ep. 15: Actual Culture

• August 15th, 2017

This week Fred is joined by Future Monkeys co-host Beardy McWhiskey while Trees and Jam have the day off.  Discussions vary from what gaming does to your brain, the culture of marketing to gamers, and even this new loot box phenomenon.

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Eternal Darkness Game Club

• August 9th, 2017

Fred and Jam sit down and dissect Silicon Knights' 2002 Gamecube title Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem.  After discussing the lineage of Silicon Knights and it's history, the two delve into the campaign of a game that literally messes with you.  

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GHX Ep. 14: Full House

• August 2nd, 2017

This episode is a packed house with Wolfy and guest Chase joining Fred and Trees, but the discussion is worth the crowded conditions. Tangents begin immediately but eventually they get back to discussing modern console wars, vacations, the current Switch library, and Sonic's sordid legacy.  The venting continues with a lenthy "Just Stop" section resulting in the longest (but one of the strongest) episodes yet.

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