On this month’s episode of Saturday Morning Retro, Dan and Dave talk about Tron Evolution for the PS3 and Donkey Kong ’94 for the Gameboy and in our Triple R segment, Syndicate for the PC and Voodoo Vince for the original Xbox.
Episode 270 – The Propellerhead Controversy
Capcom gets in some hot water when movie director says Resident Evil Village copied his monster designs, God of War Ragnarok release date reportedly delayed and PS5 has more than 25 exclusive games in active development. Dan and Dave wax poetic over It Takes Two and Dan has a gamer grief with Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade. All that and more on episode 270 of Rated G for Gamers.
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 117 – I’m Like a Canadian Walmart!
Episode 117 coming at ya hot and fresh. They got pickups, they got rants, they even got hot zombie talk. In the news, Microsoft hires new devs to focus on AAA properties, Nintendo finally releases details for it’s online service, Pokémon Go Fest returns to Chicago and Walmart Canada leaks major game releases accidentally ahead of E3. And in the convo of the week, Dan and Dave discuss their top Donkey Kong games.
Episode 112 – The IGN Top 100
This will be our last episode before we ship off to PAX East. We news this week about Guacamelee, Red Faction: Guerilla, PSVR and No Man’s Sky. And we got juicy convo of the week: the IGN Top 100 games, So you know we’re gonna dive into their selections. Jump into episode 112 of Rated G for Gamers to listen to all this goodness and an amazing pickup story from Dave.
Episode 108 – Nintendo Switch Turns One Year Old
We got a jam packed episode this week. We go over what we know about Nintendo’s online service and speculate on the unknown, Metal Gear Survive gets egregious with We kickoff our show with Dan’s issues with eBay sellers, Nintendo drops a Japan exclusive Breath of the Wild soundtrack, and Chrono Trigger’s bad PC port. In the news, the ESRB unveils it’s proposal to add warnings to games that have in-game purchases, Sega paid a visit to Microsoft and everyone is speculating on what it means, PlayStation Plus to get rid of free PS3 and Vita games and a long lost Donkey Kong port resurfaces. In our convo of the week, the Switch turns one year old, we discuss all the wins and losses. All that and more on episode 108 of Rated G for Gamers.
Episode 107 – Donkey Kong, the D.I.C.E. Awards and Dan’s Pickups
We got a jam packed episode this week. We go over what we know about Nintendo’s online service and speculate on the unknown, Metal Gear Survive gets egregious with mictotransactions, Burnout Paradise gets a remaster this year and Atari gets in on the cryptocurrency game. In our convo of the week, we talk all about the D.I.C.E. awards. So sit back, get comfy and take a listen to episode 107 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.
Episode 102 – Sweet Caroline
We’re back after the plague hit us both hard. A ton of news happened during our recoveries. Nintendo drops a mini direct as well as a new S.T.E.M. style product line, Labo launching in a few months, Microsoft is bringing back the “Duke” controller to Xbox One and Fable is coming back with a new developer since Lionhead Studios has closed and Sony plans on 130 new VR titles for 2018, all in our news segment. All of that and our massive pickups from the last two weeks.