Oh it’s been spicy on the internet this week as LeBron James weighs in on the Nintendo 64 vs GameCube debate. Some PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium games confirmed, Square Enix to make a big announcement about Final Fantasy VII at the 25th anniversary presentation and Death Stranding may be getting a sequel. All that and Dan and Dave’s vacation plans on episode 317.
At the top of the show, Dan fill us in on his thoughts on the Uncharted Movie, Dave talks Moon Knight and Dr. Strange. In the news, Starfield and Redfall are delayed, Limited Run opens their first physical store and EA loses it’s FIFA license in 2023. All that and Dave gushes over Elden Ring’s Ranni the Witch.
Back on the podcast this week, Retro Wolf 88 to talk about his wild ride with his complete Gamecube collection. In the news, more about the Embracer Group deal with Square-Enix, AEW and Yuke’s butt heads over the new wrestling game, Mafia 4 in development using Unreal Engine 5 and Stone Cold Steve Austin is a big fan of Zelda games. All that and more on episode 315 of Rated G.
On this month’s episode of Saturday Morning Retro, it’s a fighting game showdown. Dan and Dave talk about Mortal Kombat – Armageddon for the PS2 and Fighters Megamix for the Saturn. Also, in our “Our Top 3” segment, the top 3 consoles of all time.
Sonic creator Yuji Naka goes off on Square-Enix, right before they sell off the studios behind Tomb Raider, Deus Ex and Thief. Embracer is in the process of buying them for 300 million. Also in the news, Xbox and Bethesda Games showcase announced for June, Sega will delist old Sonic games from digital stores and it’s leaked that Sony is working on a game preservation initiative. All that and more in episode 314.
Megacat Studios is certainly know for some innovative games such as Coffee Crisis and Bite the Bullet. Their newest game may just be one of the most unique gaming titles in a long while. Wrestlequest is a traditional RPG with a wrestling motif, combining all the basics and crucial details of professional wrestling and the critical components of JRPGs.Continue reading “Wrestlequest Preview”
At the top of the show, Dave returns from PAX East with a whole lot to talk about; the games, the devs, the crowds, all of it. And Dan is donning his hard hat for some home repairs. In the news, Amy Hennig is back penning another Star Wars game and the purchase options for the new Sonic Origins confuses the internet. All that and more on episode 313.
Tribute Games, the creator of such games as Scott Pilgrim vs. the World – The Game and Panzer Paladin, are back again with Shredder’s Revenge. This is an homage to the TMNT arcade beat ’em ups of the late 80s and early 90s. Me and my friend Anthony got some hands on time with the game and were able to ask the devs some questions regarding game and DLC plans.Continue reading “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Shredder’s Revenge Preview”
A big win for consumers this week as PS Plus and Nintendo Switch Online are making subscription changes that will prevent auto renewing and zombie accounts. Also in the news, Lego and Sony pump 2 million in investments into Epic Games, Hideo Kojima says Kojima Productions will remain independent and Square-Enix officially announces Kingdom Hearts IV. All that and more on episode 312 of Rated G.
Epic launches Unreal Engine 5 for developers, the Wii U is getting a new game, WrestleMania 38 included an Ocarina of Time reference and Max Payne 1 and 2 remakes are on the way. All that and an Xbox One console gets infested with bugs on episode 311 of Rated G.