We finally get the Mario celebration we were all waiting for. The Mario 35th Anniversary Nintendo Direct came out last week and it was a big one. Dan and Dave go over all the exclusive and limited content. Also in the news, AT&T is no longer looking to sell their WB Gaming division and Hello Games is working on a huge, ambitious’ new game. All that and pilots reported a mysterious jetpack man in commercial airspace on episode 234 of Rated G for Gamers.
SPOILER ALERT: If you haven’t seen Endgame yet, you may want to skip this episode. The end of an era is upon us. The close of the 3rd phase of the MCU comes to us by way of Avengers: Endgame. A 3 hour epic journey that nicely ties up all 20 some odd movies. Dan and Dave break down the movie and give their thoughts and impressions. They may even shed a tear or two.
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.
Did you see the new Avengers trailer? We sure did! We talk Thor, Black Panther and the rest of the Marvel superheroes at the top of the show. We discuss our pickups of week and a very particular eBay listing. In the news, Nintendo rules the Black Friday sales, Mario getting back in the cereal game, Sony will send you a PSVR headset and Skryim VR to try out for free and Capcom teases Mega Man 30th Anniversary stream. Our convo of the week, is the $60 game disappearing? Will rising game development costs cause publishers to unanimously raise prices across the board. Will there be more indie priced and sub $60. We discuss on episode 96 of Rated G for Gamers.