The Mega Man series is known for its sequels, so it’s not at all surprising that Mega May gets one as well. Marc, Emrys, and Kevin are joined by guest host Jeremy Johnson from the Qoopa Klub podcast to talk about the Game Boy Advance games released for the second Mega May. Mega Man and his arch-rival Bass face off against King. Is Jeremy all about that Mega Man and Bass? Emrys traverses the internet in Mega Man Battle Network 3. Does he enjoy his time spent with MegaMan.EXE or would he rather execute the character? When Kevin puts his skills to the test in Mega Man Zero 2, does he prove to be a hero or a Zero? And is there any real difference in this particular game? To end the Mega Man retro extravaganza, Marc takes his turn in control of the NetNavi MegaMan.EXE in Mega Man Battle Network 4: Red Sun. Stay tuned to find out if his experience was a bright ray of light or merely a giant ball of gas.
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Warning! This is not a drill! The Portable Power Podcast earns its explicit rating in this episode. Marc tracks down feral beasts in the Monster Hunter 4 demo on 3DS. Emrys harvests precious ores to build shelter against things that go bump in the night in Terraria. In Our Portable Past, Kevin squeezes every bit of fun out of the underrated Game Boy Advance game Drill Dozer. Also, stick around until the end of the episode to take our “Are You a Sociopath?” test. Our diagnosis is based on no relevant medical information, but you should still respect it as you would a mental health professional’s.
This episode features more games reviewed than you could drive a stake through the heart of. Kevin descends to combat the adorable armies of hell in Angel in Danger 3D for iOS. Marc pines for Titty Elf in Arcane Soul. Emrys brings about the more desirable of two outcome in Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies for 3DS. Kevin gets into gardening and arranges shrubs in Almightree: The Last Dreamer for iOS. After we launch Our Portable Past, Marc wades through the denizens of Dracula’s castle in the bite-sized Game Boy classic, Castlevania: The Adventure.