Nintendo doubles down on it’s message of no new Switch model, Google responds to fan criticism of lack of updates, Konami is working on two new Silent Hill games and Atari licenses its brand for a chain of hotels. All that and more on episode 204 of the Rated G for Gamers podcast.
The end of the year is almost here we’re still getting some juicy news. Both Sony and Nintendo dropped their own directs with a bunch of new announcements. In the second half of the show returning guest Matthew Adler joins the show to discuss the Game Awards, the winners and losers, the trailers and surprises. Also, we get into a discussion about remakes and if they deserve nominations for year end awards. All that and more on episode 197 Rated G for Gamers.
We got some hot Thanksgiving vacation talk at the top of show. In the news, Phil Spencer declares that no one is asking for VR in a controversial statement made at XO19, a new PS5 patent hints at possible sharing tech with their next generation content, Facebook buys Beat Saber devs and Nintendo is rumored to have no less than 3 Metroid games in the works. All this and more on episode 195 of Rated G for Gamers.
Black Panther, Avengers, Power Rangers and Toys R’ Us. We got it all on this episode of Rated G. End of the month is here so you know what that means… we highlight the new releases for April. In the news, Nintendo has their annual Nindies, we get some a little more info on the Atari Box, now Atari VCS, but no games announcement, Modern Ware 2 slated for a remake but no multiplayer and Phil Spencer wouldn’t mind seeing Banjo in Smash 5. And finally in our convo of the week, we get it our Smash character wish list. So check out episode 111 of Rated G for Gamers.
We were off for a week due to some technical difficulties but we’re back and bigger than ever. So much news these two weeks, we eschew a convo of the week. Nintendo announces a 2DS XL, new details on Call of Duty WWII get released, Atlus apologizes for the Persona 5 restrictions, Scorpio dev kits pictured with frame rate counter on the front, Darksiders 3 announced, the NES Classic shipped over 2.3 million units, and Phil Spencer has some words about story driven gameplay. All that and Dave finally gets a copy of the Order 1886 in his collection on episode 72 or Rated G for Gamers.