Shalom, and welcome to the very late/very very very very early for 2019, Let’s Place Hanukkah Special! We have Alex and Maxie on as guests and Crystal has brought a guest of her own as well! We talk about the Tom and Jerry cartoonaverse, we have our very first ad break, and get sad about the lack of Jewish representation in games and game writing. YOUR GAMES THIS WEEK ARE: El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron, for Playstation 3 and Xbox 360; Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, for PC, Playstation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch; The Shivah, for PC; South Park: The Stick of Truth, for Playstations 3 and 4, Xboxes 360 and One, Nintendo Switch and PC; and Wolfenstein: The New Order, for Playstations 3 and 4, Xboxes 360 and One and PC. You can find the current list of ranked games at bit.ly/letsplace.
Hey look, another episode! Woooooooo!!! This time, we get out the big scissors and make some cuts; we reveal unknown facts about questionable cartoonists; and we find the best gaming rig of all time! YOUR GAMES THIS WEEK ARE: Persona 5, for Playstaion 3 and Playstation 4; Sail Simulator 4, for PC; Megamind: The Blue Defender, for Nintendo DS and PSP; Nicktoons Unite!, for Gamecube and Playstation 2; and Find The Invisible Cow, for PC and Mobile platforms. You can find the complete list of ranked games at bit.ly/letsplace.
Hey there all you cats 'n kitties out there in podcast land, welcome to the smoothest, chillest, gentlest episode in Let's Place history! Ooh, that exclamation point was a little too boisterous for this one. Luke starts a very stupid bit at the top of the show and is too stubborn to give it up the entire time is the basic idea that I'm trying to convey here. YOUR GAMES THIS WEEK ARE: G-Man, for PC; Tommy's Airshark, for PC; Game and Watch Widescreen: Parachute, for... itself; HITMAN (2016), for PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One; and The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin, for Sega CD. You can view the complete list of ranked games at bit.ly/letsplace.
The eyes have it in this first 5-person episode of Let's Place. Luke is joined by returning champions Tal and Ty, along with new guests Jason and Ashley, to discuss World War I, the incredible world of 90s PC interactive rock operas, schlocky '80s B-movie tie-in games, and one of the single most distasteful video games ever produced. YOUR GAMES THIS WEEK ARE: Blue Baron, for PC; Queen: The eYe, for PC; The Nightmare of Druaga: Fushigi no Dungeon, for Playstation 2; Gremlins 2: The New Batch, for NES; and Custer's Revenge, for Atari 2600. You can view the full list of ranked games at bit.ly/letsplace and you can find the greatest webpage on the internet at http://ppanks76.cbm8bit.com/loom.txt
Tal and Ty are back, and they join Luke to talk about the early days of electronic hentai, the architecture of the Netherlands circa 1942, and all the wonderful computer viruses this podcast is giving all of us. YOUR GAMES THIS WEEK ARE: SKAPON, for PC; Online Tennis Manager, for PC; Arnhem: The 'Market Garden' Operation, for PC; Thing Bounces Back, for PC; and Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People, for PC and Nintendo Wii. You can find the current list of rankings at bit.ly/letsplace
In our first episode ever, Luke sits down with Graham, Christopher (?) and a Skype Ghost (!) to establish the beginning of our RANKED LIST OF ALL VIDEO GAMES. To start off, we've randomly selected five games from some dumb pastebin page we found. YOUR GAMES THIS WEEK ARE: Aruberea no Otome, for PC and PSX; Gods and Heroes: Rome Rising, for PC; California Speed, for Arcade and N64; Desert Speedtrap Starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote, for Sega Master System and Game Gear; and Wild Wheels, for PC. We also learn a lot of irrelevant but interesting details about Road Runner cartoons, and also that Graham is a real piece of trash. You can view the list to date at the following link: http://bit.ly/letsplace