This week in Your Parents Basement, we are the looniest tunes in the bunch! From 1996, we’re playing Space Jam by Sculptured Software, and published by Acclaim, for the Playstation, Saturn and PC.
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- 0:00 – Intro, which features a funny little snifferoo from Space Jam the movie.
- 32:30 – It’s the return of a favorite segment! While we didn’t like Space Jam, for others, it was… The Most Best Game of All-Time.
- 36:45 – This week, the boys actually get some Comments, Concerns and Questions.
- 39:45 – Emails! We learn about Teebs, but unfortunately, you can’t save scrum through life.
- 55:30 – We can’t help but help, in Ask the Sweet Boys.
- 1:00:45 – We’re playing another documentary game next week! This one is about space battles a long, long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away.
- According to Price Charting, Space Jam is really cheap, in the $7 to $13 range, depending on whether you want a case and manual as well. This is almost certainly because it sucks. In contrast, Looney Tunes B-Ball is the better game, despite being for the SNES, and costs $26 to $70.
- The Ringer’s Shea Serrano has an oral history on Space Jam here. By the way, it’s satire and completely made up.
- From Rolling Stone, the Space Jam website was one of the first for a movie on the Interwebs, and it’s STILL around. Read their piece here, and check out the website here.
- The 30 for 30 on the Space Jam game is incredible.