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Welcome to the Millennial Gamers Podcast, this podcast is where we discuss the Gaming industry including Esports and streamers. Myself (Da Wolf Bandit) and others talk about games we like and also don't. We discuss what we are excited about in the future of gaming. We are not gaming snobs or people that worked in the industry so our debates are raw and real from a objective point of view. Not only that, we are Sports fans so a lot of sports and gaming discussions, we try to be as diverse and ...
 
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Hey there everyone! This episode of Attack the Backlog is all about Destroy All Humans!, the 2020 remake of the game of the same name that originally came out back in 2005. Despite doing a lot right and, in many ways, being what I want from most PS2-era remakes, Destroy All Humans! makes a few things worse and, not just a little worse, but a lot wo…
 
Hello everyone. This is Second Runs, the series where I, Marc Kusnierz, revisits games I played and loved in the past to see if I still love them today. Will I learn something new, confirm something old, or quickly realize this was all a mistake as I slowly destroy what little bit of nostalgia I have left in this world. No matter the outcome, I’ve …
 
Hey there everyone! This episode of Attack the Backlog is all about Rage, a first-person shooter where you wake up after spending over a century sleeping in a freezer just so you can do everyone’s dirty work for them, Norm MacDonald not included. P.S. Props to anyone who gets the entirety of this episode's title.…
 
Hey there everyone! This episode of Attack the Backlog is all about Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, an open-world action-adventure game set in the world of Dragon Ball that retells the story of Dragon Ball Z in its entirety. If you want to experience Dragon Ball Z a second (or third/etc) time and don’t want to slog through the original series (or even the …
 
Hey there everyone! This episode of Attack the Backlog is all about Resident Evil 0, the prequel to Resident Evil starring Rebecca Chambers--aka, not Claire Redfield or Jill Valentine--and cool dude Billy Coen, with his super sweet tribal tattoo that apparently spells out “Motherlove” making me hate it (and him) even more than I already do. Billy h…
 
Hey there everyone! This episode of Attack the Backlog is all about The Mean Greens - Plastic Warfare--random, I know--a third-person competitive shooter where you play as toy army men and battle across familiar environments like backyards, kitchen tables, and fish tanks. If that sounds interesting to you, check out the episode to find out just how…
 
This episode of Attack the Backlog is all about Mafia, specifically the Definitive Edition, which is a remake of the original game from 2002. Technically, this is a bit of a cheat episode since I did play the original when it came out, but since this is a full-blown remake, I said, "Fuck it, this is my show, and I can do whatever the heck I want," …
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, I crash all the bands in the remake of Crash Bandicoot, a game that's anything but a hoot and more resembling of poo. As bright and colorful as the game may be, it sure made me miserable as you will see. As someone new to the series, it's rather disappointing, 'cause now when it comes to checking out the seque…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, I slide my way through an average game before discovering the game I played is completely different from the game others have played, except the only way to know it's different is by being told it's different. Why? Because the game itself tells you nothing. Confused? Welcome to the club--the, "I played Vanquis…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, I blow up everything but dolls in Just Cause 3, a game where you cause mayhem and destruction...just 'cause. This marks a first for Attack the Backlog. This is the first time I've ever gone back into my backlog to finish an old save, instead of restarting a game from the beginning (if it's something I've playe…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, I go on a roller coaster of love to like with Returnal, a third-person roguelite shooter that takes a lot inspiration from shmups and successfully translates it to a 3D environment. The gameplay is sublime, but because of the way it's structured, the game doesn't respect your time. What could have been one of …
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, I return to the world of Ratchet & Clank with Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando. I went in with the highest of expectations and left with the saddest of realizations: I, maybe, don't like Ratchet & Clank. I loved the original game when I played it so many years ago and loved the reboot/remake, but, until now, th…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, watch as I duel and reviewel my way through the beautiful forests and valleys of Ghost of Tsushima, a game where you play as a samurai fighting against tradition in order to bring freedom and peace to Japan. If that sounds like your jam, I can't recommend it highly enough. I may sound negative at times in the …
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc puts on their best Obama mask and gets high as a kite while burning fields of dreams in Call of Juarez: The Cartel, the kind of dreams that only weed can make true, especially when playing a game that's worst that poo. The Cartel is a bad game in so many ways and the kind of game that leaves you constantl…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc stays sweet and wholesome instead of tying hens while tentacling some holes, son, in Octodad: Dadliest Catch, a game where you play as an octopus who marries a human woman with two human children (who are never explained) and has a penchant for making a mess wherever he goes, delightfully so. Octodad orig…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc spies on teenage girls while trapping vampire ninjas in Night Trap, an FMV game that's pretty stupid and infamous for its help in creating the ESRB thanks to having scenes that were considered, "sexually suggestive and exploitive." Night Trap originally came out on October 15, 1992, for Sega CD and has si…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc furries it up with their best cat suit as the run, jump, and butt stomp their way through the worlds of Super Mario 3D World, a Mario game no one played when it originally came out that found a second life on the Switch (like every Wii U game) and is probably the closest we'll ever get to a proper Super M…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc falls down left and right and struggles to regain their footing in Max Payne 3, a game that is technically a Max Payne game, but feels more like a Man of Fire game than a Max Payne game, sans the Walken, but not the walking. Anyway, something-something, cleaning the Jersey shore with my fists and nothing …
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Majima is everywhere in town and Marc is nowhere to be found in Yakuza Kiwami, a a remake of the first game in the Yakuza series that adds more than just a fresh coat of paint and the original Japanese voice acting, making it worth playing for both new fans and olds fans alike. Anyway, something-something, tha…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc throws apples at anything and everything while waiting to die so they can throw even more apples in PUBG, a game people like to say started the whole battle royale thing even though it didn't. But whatever. It's an okay game, I guess, but it's no Apex Legends, so who cares, eh. Am I right or am I right? S…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc spins, twirls, and stumbles their way through the skies and waters of Nights into Dreams, a game that's more nightmarish than dreamy with only a fantastic soundtrack making up for what is otherwise a terrible game. Anyway, something-something, feels like a good night for a curse, but I guess things could …
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc rages through these corridors, those corridors, and morridors in Alien Rage, a game about raging as you try and kill every alien before they kill you first! It's a fitting title for a shitty title in this episode with the witty title; by the way, when I was a kid, I performed in a piano recital. Anyway, s…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc goes on a handful of online dates in Five Dates, a game about, well, online dating that is, surprisingly, nowhere near as cringey as it could have been. Your buddy may be a bit of a weirdo creep, but the dates you go on are far from weird and creepy, so if you want that online dating action without actual…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc shows just how much they're willing to do for a Patron, shitting their pants, making no kind of sanse, all while spying on murderous furry robots in Five Nights at Freddy's, a game that takes Chuck E. Cheese and changes it to Fuck U. Please! Anyway, something-something, it was a self-induced hell, but onl…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc descends down hills while dehydrated in Descenders, a game all about dominating mountains one course at a time, lest you fail and have to start over from the beginning. It's basically a downhill mountain biking roguelike and it's super rad. Anyway, something-something, I just want a new Downhill Dominatio…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc rides pains, brains, and automofeels--even I think this is terrible--in Psychonauts...1, naut 2, a game where you enter the minds of NPCs and see what happens when you pee ‘nside...or something like that--doubling down on the terribleness, eh. Psychonauts originally came out on April 19th, 2005 for PC and…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc shoots their way through the forests, villages, caves, and ruins of Jumanji: The Video Game, the video game all about Jumanji: The Movie. Not the original movie starring Robin Williams, but the new (good) ones, starring The Rock, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, that one Jonas brother, the guy who’s …
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc hacks and slashes their way through the forests and deserts of Cat Quest II, the sequel to Cat Quest, which adds a playable dog companion and doubles down on the cat puns with dog puns to go along with ‘em. It’s still as cute as it ever was and brings the series to Xbox for the first time. Cat Quest II or…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc jumps, falls, and shoots their way through the streets of Call of Duty: Warzone, Activision's free-to-play, second (and successful) attempt at making a battle royale game set in the Call of Duty universe. Call of Duty: Warzone originally came out on March 10th, 2020 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Anyway, some…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc reads, reads, and reads some more as they make their way through the story of Doki Doki Literature Club, a visual novel about a literature club and that's it, except that's not it, but to say any more would do a disservice to any potential new players. Just know that Doki Doki Literature Club is 100% wort…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc punches and kicks their way through the fields, forests, and villages of 9 Monkeys of Shaolin, a beat ‘em up full of over-the-top physics, slow-motion deaths, and more tea than you could ever hope to drink. 9 Monkeys of Shaolin originally came out on October 16th, 2020 for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch. A…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc swallows and occasionally spits in streets and backyards of Donut County, a game where you control a hole and make it bigger by filling it with shit; think Katamari Damacy, only in reverse. Donut County originally came out for iOS, PC, and PS4 on August 28th, 2018, before making its way to Switch and Xbox…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc gets fast and furious as they run, swing, and climb their way through the jungles and ruins of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, the standalone follow-up to Uncharted 4 where you play as Chloe Frazer instead of Nathan Drake and team up with Nadine Ross instead of Sully for some good ol' fashioned adventuring. U…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc gets sad and somber as they wander the forests of The First Tree, a game of two stories, one following a mother fox searching for her children and the other of a man, talking to his partner, remembering his father and the relationship he had with him. The First Tree originally came out on September 14th, …
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc transforms into planes, trains, and automobiles in Kirby's Epic Yarn, a game where you play as everyone’s favorite little marshmallow, only this time everything, including yourself, is made out of yarn. Kirby’s Epic Yarn originally came out on October 17th, 2010 for the Nintendo Wii and was later ported t…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc flies through the skies and jumps really high in jungles and canyons of Dark Void, a third-person cover-based shooter where you get a jetpack and a fancy helmet so you can do you best Rocketeer impression. Dark Void originally came out on January 19th, 2010 for PC, PS3, and Xbox 360. Anyway, something-som…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc walks, jumps, and climbs their way through the beautiful environments of Rime, an adventure puzzle game with an impactful story accompanied by some of the best music Marc's ever heard in a video game. Rime originally came out for PC, PS4, and Xbox One on May 26th, 2017, and made its way to Switch six mont…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc zooms in and out and put and in and in and out of the pictures of Gorogoa, a simple puzzle game about moving and manipulating pictures on a 2x2 grid. Gorogoa originally came out on December 14th, 2017 for PC, iOS, and Switch, and later made its way to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 the following year on May 2…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc dies, dies, and dies some more (but never hardly) in Minit, the game where you only have a minute to live before (almost) everything resets. Minit originally came out on April 3rd, 2018 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, followed by a Switch release on August 9th of that same year and a mobile release--both Andro…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc jumps, wall runs, and falls to their death--wait, that's not how it happened--in Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, a game about shooting zombies, wait, that’s not what it’s about; a game about driving fast cars, wait, that’s not what it’s about; a game about farming and falling in love, wait, that’s no…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc hears nothing, wishes they could see nothing, and hates everything that has to do with The Quiet Man, a game about some emo boy who can't hear that answers yes to the question, "Is it really that bad?" The Quiet Man originally came out on November 1st, 2018 for PC and PS4 and one-hundred percent shouldn't…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc makes with the punches, eats demon's lunches, shoots fools in bunches, and stomps 'em until they hear crunches as they make their way through hell and back in Doom (2016), the soft reboot of the first-person shooter series all about shooting demons in the face while kick-ass metal music plays in the backg…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc shoots, slashes, and friendly fires their way through space and more in Halo 2, a game they played from start to finish with their father, a father who constantly berated them while playing, making sure it was known just how much he hated the entire experience. Halo 2 originally came out on November 4th, …
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc honks, honks, honks, and HONKS some more through the streets and backyards of Untitled Goose Game, a game where you play as a goose and annoy the shit out of everyone, yourself included. Untitled Goose Game originally came out for PC and Switch on September 20th, 2019, and later made its way to Xbox One a…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc swims, swims, and swims some more through the seas and oceans of Undertow, a game about undersea adventures that may sound very familiar, where your main concern is capturing points and whittling down your opponents reserves before your own reserves reach zero. Undertow originally came out for Xbox 360 on…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc shoots and stabs their way through the abandoned mall of The Last of Us: Left Behind, the standalone DLC that takes place both before and during the events of The Last of Us, as Ellie tries to find supplies in order to save Joel while also remembering a time before the events of the first game when she sp…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc sneaks and creeps through the yards and homes of Hitman Go, a board game-like take on the video game series of the same name, bringing the puzzle-solving aspect to the forefront. Hitman Go originally came out for iOS on April 17th, 2014, and then made its way to Android a few months later, followed by eve…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc runs through the forests and flies through the skies of Anthem, a third-person action game where you can fly like Iron Man and...you can fly like Iron Man. Anthem originally came out on February 22nd, 2019 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and is, in no way, related to the song, "The Anthem," by Good Charlotte; …
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc walks, runs, swims, and hides in the cabins, lakes, and woods of Friday the 13th: The Game, the asymmetrical multiplayer game from Illfonic and not the NES game from Atlus; yes, that Atlus. Friday the 13th: The Game originally came out on Friday the 26th of May, 2017 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and later m…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc walks, runs, and bikes through the fields, caves, and seas of Pokemon Sword and Shield, a game/series that needs no introduction because, if you don't know what Pokemon is, I...I don't know what to say to you except run away before it's too late!. Pokemon Sword and Shield originally came out on August 15t…
 
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