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Episode 288:

Castlevania Bloodlines

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Growing up, I hardly touched Castlevania, or the Sega Genesis. But these days, I'm a fan of both. And they go together like peanut butter and chocolate with Castlevania Bloodlines, which is now one of my favourite Genesis games!

I've really grown to appreciate the Castlevania series, and for my money, these games are at their peak on 16-bit hardware. It's safe to say that Super Castlevania IV and Bloodlines are now my favourite Vania games. This one looks great, plays great, and of course, it's tough; just the way I like my retro titles.

Ye olde Bradley McCue returns to the show this week, both to talk about how much he loves this game, and to try to explain the story to me, because I'm absolutely fucking lost. Great game, killer guest, mediocre podcast. Why WOULDN'T you listen?!

And before we hunt vampires or something, I put together another edition of the Infamous Intro!

This week, someone asks for advice with some rare items in their game collection. Will we ever cover PS4/XBox One games on RTG? And with all these layoffs, is the video game market crashing??

Plus we play another round of 'Play One, Remake One, Erase One', too! This one features 3 Konami Genesis titles: Rocket Knight Adventures, Contra: Hard Corps, and Sunset Riders.

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