At the top of the show, we get a little lesson on pronunciation and Loch Ness monsters. In the news, Starfield finally gets a concrete release date, Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi is making a comeback, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League delayed again and an Xbox Series S toaster? All that and more on episode 350 of Rated G.
Wild news this week as Hellena Taylor, voice actress for Bayonetta calling for boycott of new game over allegations of lack of proper compensation. Platinum Games provides a different story and the drama hasn’t stopped. Also in the news, Konami has a Silent Hill showcase, Capcom has a Resident Evil showcase and since November is coming up soon, all the upcoming game releases. All that and more on episode 334.
E3 may have been cancelled this year but we still got all the presentations and showcases that we could ask for. Xbox and Bethesda, Limited Run, Capcom, Devolver Digital and Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest. We go over all the news and announcements. All that and Dan gets a little salty over Microsoft’s mediocre showing.
At the top of the show, Dan and Dave discuss Peacemaker, the Cuphead cartoon and Dave’s new statue. In the news, the Steam Deck reviews are here and scores are mixed, Capcom is making waves for it’s divisive Street Fighter 6 logo and Elon Musk wants to bring Steam to Tesla cars. All that and more on episode 305 of Rated G for Gamers.
On today’s show, Dan runs down the games coming out next month, Dave talks about the game he made and his upgrades to his outdoor deck. In the news, Netflix is making a Bioshock movie, Capcom’s countdown timer and EA blames Halo Infinite for Battlefield 2042’s poor reception all on episode 304 of Rated G.
Capcom reveals all the new Resident Evil content coming out soon and boy is the demo release schedule unnecessarily complex. Also in the news, the PS4 clock battery could cause issues for users, Sony allegedly passed On Hideo Kojima’s next game and Bioshock goes open world. All that and revelations that aliens are real on episode 266 of Rated G for Gamers.
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!