Life may be busy but that hasn’t stopped us here at DoFuss, so here for your entertainment is the latest show. If you have been counting (and I don’t know why you would have been) you may have noticed this is the thirtieth show since we rebooted last year, which makes it as old as us, kind of. Continue reading The DoFuss Show – Some thoughts on E3 and Pierce Brosnan.
It has been a long week, in no way helped by the fact that we had to record this show twice thanks to technical problems. Fortunately the dry run meant that even with my general exhaustion we were able to keep the show mostly on track, and when we didn’t it was at least funny. Continue reading The DoFuss Show – 29 out of 100.
More information on Home Improvement for the Super Nintendo (from Wikipedia)… The player guides Tim “The Toolman” Taylor in a quest to find some Binford power tools that have gone missing from the set of Tool Time. The game is broken down into 4 worlds of 4 levels, each world containing a boss level. It is also worth noting that the game had no manual; its splash screen explained, “Real men don’t need instructions.” Ultimately, the game has received quite negative reviews despite the show’s popularity. This is most likely because of the strange aspect of Tim Taylor trying to … Continue reading The DoFuss Show – “Real men don’t need instructions.”
We are late, but contrary to my usual apologetic fashion there will be no ‘sorry’ (apart from for my musical interlude). It is packed front to back with gaming fun and discussion. This episode is longer that usually to accommodate … Continue reading The DoFuss Show – Yes, that really is Jon Hare, not Darren