We’re back with your monthly Saturday Morning Retro show. This month Dan and Dave discuss Twisted Metal for the PS1, Tetris Battle Gaiden for the Super Famicom, Little Big Planet for the PS3 and Enslaved – Odyssey to the West for the Xbox 360. Also this month in history, arguably the most influential console of all time got release in 1983 and Dan and Dave realize another famous console got released in the same year, same month and even the same day! So check out episode 3 of the Saturday Morning Retro Podcast.
We got a special one today folks. Beau and Kelly from the Precisely Podcast join us to on the mics to talk about their podcast, next gen consoles and retro gaming in the pandemic. In the news, the Uncharted movie kicks off filming, Sony commits to 10 million PS5s available at launch and Microsoft cancels the 12 month Xbox Live subscription option.
Ubisoft has their first of two E3 content presentations, Ubisoft Forward. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Farcry 6, Watch Dogs Legion and more were on display. Dan and Dave discuss their thoughts. Also in the news, Xbox Reportedly interested in Acquiring WB Interactive, Sony Considers bid for SNK and PS5 and Series X get box art reveals all on episode 226 of Rated G for Gamers.
Happy 4th of Jul everyone! We get whiff of a price hike for next games from a NBA 2K21 listing, EVO Online cancelled due to scandal with CEO, IGN’s Summer of Games brings over 60 game demos to Xbox One this month and Sony pushes their indie games initiative. Dan shares his 4th of July plans and Dave laments the heat on episode 225 of Rated G for Gamers.
Dan and Dave kick off the show talking about their unique weekends. They get into IGN’s 5th Day of the Summer of Gaming, Smash Bros gets a new fighter at the time of this recording and Microsoft shuts down Mixer and partners with Facebook Gaming. All and more on episode 224 of Rated G for Gamers.
In our second Saturday Morning Retro podcast, we have returning guest Matt Adler on the show. Dan, Dave and Matt talk about how they’re all coping during the pandemic and what they’ve been playing. Also on this month in history, Sonic the Hedgehog launched in North America.
Our games on the block – Amazing Spider-Man 2 (WiiU), Theatrythym Final Fantasy: Curtain Call (3DS), Jet Set Radio (DC), Super Ghouls and Ghosts (SNES) and Golden Sun (GBA).
Valve stays silent amidst the protests and calls to action throughout the world. Some indie developers are taking a stand and removing their games. The PS5 could be, physically, the biggest console ever, Retro gaming pariah Billy Mitchell has Guinness records reinstated and Cyberpunk 2077 delayed again to November all on episode 223 of Rated G for Gamers.
Sony finally unveils the PS5… with two models no less! Disc and discless. Dan and Dave take a deep dive on the whole presentation. Also in the news, Sega debuts some very very very small Sega Game Gear portables for their 60th anniversary, Fog Gaming ™ comes to arcades and Riot Games executive gets into some hot water over a critical statement made of the BLM movement.
In the wake of current incidents in the past few weeks, Dan and Dave are taking a detour from gaming to talk about race, the police, our life experiences and our general feelings on the current American climate. Links to support below:
As of this recording, Sony is set for a big presentation on June 4th? Will they show the console? What games will be on display? Will Dan get a Vita 2? Only time will tell. Also in the news, Sonic gets the greenlight for a movie sequel, Sony declares that all PS4 games need to be PS5 compatible and Sega is doing something “big” for its 60th anniversary. All that and more on episode of Rated G for Gamers.