It’s an momentous occasion, Bethesda joins the Microsoft family. They discuss future plans in new roundtable livestream. Also in the news, Capcom requires it’s employees in office amidst cyberattack, Perfect Dark reboot team adds God of War producer to it’s team and YouTube personality and modder Bob Wulff turns Christopher Nolan’s Tenet into a Game Boy Advance movie and a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles beat ’em up from the creators of Scott Pilgrim and Streets of Rage 4 gets a new trailer and it looks awesome.
As everyone is winding down from the holiday festivities and enjoying the break, Dan and Dave are here to entertain you with our retro games. Final Fantasy IX, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, Maximo and Law of the West are all featured on this episode. So get comfy, grab a pair of headphones and enjoy this months episode of Saturday Morning Retro.
We got a big show this week. At the top of the show, they discuss all the games they’ve been playing including Cold War and Cyberpunk 2077. Dan and Dave break down the Game Awards. All the winners, losers, trailers and performances and appearances. And Dan goes a bit ham on all the new Marvel announcements on episode 248 of Rated G.
In our last episode before Thanksgiving, Dan and Dave waste no time getting into it and compare dinner at the Rottino and Robinson households. Talk guaranteed to make you hungry. In the gaming news, the Game Awards nominees get released, Sony hints at competitor to Xbox Game Pass and Capcom is victim of an internal leak. All that and Dave puts up his Christmas tree early and critics be damned on episode 245 of Rated G!
One half of Rated G is over the moon this week. Telltale Games is being revived… in name only though. Dan and Dave speculate on what they will develop next. Ninja gets a line of Adidas street wear, Capcom teases retro remakes and the Lion King and Aladdin come to modern consoles in a mega retro collection. All that and more on episode 182 of Rated G for Gamers.
On this week’s episode, Microsoft announces heir saddest console ever, Capcom announces a logo shaped fight stick, Philip Miucin finally releases his apology video and Wired sits down with Mark Cerny for some hot PS5 talk. 8K, 3D spacial sound and ray tracing! Also, Mark Hamill dons the voice of Chucky in the new Child’s Play and Dave and Dan review Katana Zero on episode 161 of Rated G for Gamers.
Nintendo drops a surprise Direct and it was pretty port heavy. A few new games like Mario Tennis Aces and a Smash Bros. teaser at the end!!! The internet is blowing up over it as they do. We go over all the details in our convo of the week. In the news, Xbox kicks of it’s Inside Xbox monthly video show, Capcom visits Microsoft offices, Days Gone delayed till 2019 and we get confirmation on the Division 2 being developed. So checkout episode 109 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.
We’re back after a week off and we have lots to talk about, Dave gets a year older, Danny does some Gamestop hopping, and we both have some good retro hauls. In the news. SNES Classic preorders coming this month… for real, Walmart apologizes for the preorder debacle with the SNES Classic, the new Sega Flashback console gets panned by critics, and a first for Mario, he starts in an E10+ rated game. All that and moire on episodie 81 of Rated G for Gamers.
On the block this week, Danny loves Uncharted 4 and Dave loves the new Doom. In the news: Nintendo may jump into the movie industry, Activision delivers a subpar Modern Warfare trilogy for last gen systems, PS4 tops the hardware sales charts again, and Capcom puts out a statement in the wake of lackluster Street Fighter V sales on not releasing games until their completed. All that and Homefront Revolution in our review round up on Rated G for Gamers.