Despite two new consoles on the horizon, the biggest news this week is Sakurai’s announcement of Minecraft Steve for Smash Bros. Billy Mitchell drops in on AEW Wrestling, Spider-Man Remastered gets a new Peter Parker, Google’s new Chromecast with Google TV won’t officially support Stadia at launch and the Tokyo Game Show gives Animal Crossing: New Horizons game of the year. All that and more on episode 238 of Rated G.
Episode 141 – Yet Another Game Award Show
Rated G is back from vacation and feeling good. Lots of Thanksgiving leftovers, quality game time and Black Friday pickups. In the news the duo talk about yet another game award show that popped up seemingly out of nowhere, Billy Mitchell and his new Donkey Kong record and Cliffy B swears off game development. All this and more on episode 141 of Rated G for Gamers.
Episode 113 – The PAX 2018 Post Show
We’re back from the Penny Arcade Expo 2018. It was a massive 4 extravaganza of gaming, console, pc, tabletop, card. You name it, it was there. We played a ton of good games, talked to a bunch of wonderful game devs and hung with alot of good friends. We run down the highlights of the show in our convo of the week. Also, we had some news these past two weeks. Billy Mitchell gets his Donkey Kong world records stripped from Twin Galaxy, Shenmue 1 and 2 were announced for current gen consoles and PC, the worst kept secret of the last two months the, Spyro trilogy remaster gets announced, Spiderman for PS4 gets a release date this fall and more. So join us for another episode of Rated G for Gamers.
Episode 105 – You Can’t Take it with You
On this week’s show of Rated G, from a recently released video by the Last Gamer on YouTube, we got introspective. We discuss what will happen to our collections when we meet our untimely death. Also, it’s National CIB day as we record this episode. We celebrate the pickups that mean something to us. In the News, we learn that Namco/Bandai is developing Metroid 4, new Crash Bandicoot rumored for 2019, Mario Kart is coming to mobile phones, a new horror roguelike game Persistence lands on PSVR this summer and Billy Mitchell breaks his silence over the Donkey Kong controversy.