The 54th episode of the show is here! Some sizable movements in the backlog are announced, including some hardware! The discussion turns back the clock to the 80's and 90's when brawlers and beat'em ups were all the (Streets of) rage.
The fifty-third episode of the podcast is all about the classic sitcom Chico and the Man! Just kidding, the topic is sports games, and Jake and Trav try to explain why they no longer play them, and what it would take to play them again. Updates to the backlog are here as usual, and Jake finally nails down his long play.
It's that time of year when all the skeletons in the closet are now yard decorations. Jake and Trav are back, and this time with all sorts of spooky tales from listeners and their own personal experiences. Ghosts? Maybe. Vampires? Who can say. Sit down and strap in for this special Halloween episode!
Episode 52 is here, and Jake and Trav bring you up to speed on their backlogs, completed games, and pickups. Jake discusses the EA's closing of Visceral, and the new Switch software update. The discussion takes a turn into classic gaming cinema, as the guys discuss the 90's classic Street Fighter.
In the final episode of Collect Call's second season, Travis interviews Alex, the voice behind the hit retro review YouTube channel SNESDrunk. Alex describes his channel and how it's taken shape over the years. Games he'll review soon and some he might revisit are all unveiled in the episode! If you have shelves of video games or are looking for some new-old stuff to play, SNESDrunk has you covered.
Do you like managing virtual worlds, or driving a truck across Europe? How about growing crops, or keeping dangerous inmates behind bars? Episode 51 discusses all the genre of simulation games, with Jake and Trav praising their favorites and what makes sim games just so darn fun. More games are knocked off and onto the backlog as Jake keeps buying games for the Switch.
The tenth episode of the off-topic series from PolyKill is here! This time around, Jake and Travis share stories about their run-ins with nature, including bears, spiders, snakes, and more! Listener submissions are also shared, so be sure to check it out!
The podcast has reached a milestone episode and to celebrate, Jake and Trav streamed the episode live! All the normal segments are here, and a big shakeup in Jake's console lineup gets announced. Trav reveals a smorgasbord of games that left his pile of shame, and listener questions are the topic of discuush!
Trav recaps the first three episodes of this season as well as mention his few pickups over the last few weeks. He's then joined by Rick, the founder and creator of the useful video game pricing tool GameValueNow.Com. Rick sheds some light on how the site operates and what to look forward to.
Jake and Trav are back with more updates on the games that they have completed, added, and keeping tabs on. The discussion focuses on adventure games, from text adventures through The Walking Dead by TellTale, they cover a wide array of styles. A special announcement about episode 50 is included!
It's time for a new off-topic podcast from the hosts of Polykill. This time around, Jake and Trav relate tales of employment, and relate a few from listeners as well! Fast food, retail, QA and more!
For the second anniversary of the podcast, Jake and Travis reminisce about the past year of the podcast. Favorite moments, personal stories and more. Of course, the usual segments are still in tact, with a very special rendition of "The Long Play."
In this episode, Trav recaps his interviews with Beni and Randy from season one and describes his great manual pickup. The Collect Call features Dean, aka Round2Gaming, of the Cartridge Club. Dean collects video games as well as a "few" other gaming related items and shines light on a gaming related hobby not many know about.