April Fool’s just passed as of this recording and we’ve got all your pranks right here! In the news, Sony’s has it’s sights on Crunchyroll for $1.1 Billion, Bungie has a new IP Looking to Launch in 2025 and scalpers list Super Mario 3D All-Stars for insane prices. All that and Dan and Dave commiserate the cancellation of a live PAX East on this episode of Rated G for Gamers.
On this episode of Rated G, Sony is rumored to launch the new PSVR headset alongside the PS5, a Mortal Kombat collection is speculated to come out soon, we get a possible shot of the back of an Xbox Series X system and Uncle Joe Biden calls game developers little creeps. Dan does a nostalgia trip with G.I. Joe and Transformers and Dave gets tangled up in another escape room on episode 203 of Rated G for Gamers.
Rated G is back again with another episode for your listening pleasure. 2018 is off and running and we get right into it. First off, we have a new website! Everyone should go check it out… right now. Okay, all set? We got some good pickups this week. Clearance items, last generation goodwill dropoffs, ebay bids won. We get into the games were playing this week. The Order 1886, Pokken Tournament and a little ol’ gem from the amazing Tim Shafer. Also, in the news, Twitter is getting antsy for Nintendo to drop a new Direct, the Switch sets sales records, SNK is rumored to be developing a new Switch game, MadCatz comes back from the dead and Microsoft buries the Kinect adapter. All that and in our convo of the week, we commiserate with bad gaming memories. So sit back, grab a pair of headphones and join us for episode 101 of Rated G for Gamers.
We got a good one today! You may of heard of the eBay sale of John Romero’s personal copy of Doom II, well that went to our good friend Anthony Micari. We talk Doom, FPSes, and which game is better, SMB3 or SMW. In the news, Amazon amends their Prime 20% game discount. a soceer player sues League of Legends developer Riot Games and wins, and Crackdown 3 gets delayed till Spring 2018. Also, Dave hits the Nintendo Summer of Play event in Brooklyn, Danny sees the Mets win, and more.
It’s day 3 of E3 and we’re covering the Betheseda and Sony conferences. Join us as we break down on the shows and comment on all the highs and lows.
It’s our annual end of the year holiday special! We each pick 5 games to nominate for Game of the Year. We break down why we picked ’em and in our next episode in the new year we’ll reveal the winner. So check us out and have a happy new year. Here’s to 2017 and all the excellent gaming to come.
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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.
PAX East 2016 has come and gone and we’re here to recap it all! VR, MOBAs, indie games, panels and more. Also, Nintendo’s got a new mobile game rumored to star one of their iconic characters and John Romero (Doom, Quake) kickstarts a new FPS. All that and Starfox in our Review Round-up on the Rated G for Gamers podcast.
We took a week off but we’re back! This week, we talk Gears 4, PS4 update 3.5, Doom 4, and a very strange car ad starring Solid Snake and Colonel Cambpell. Also, Quantum Break is up for our review of the week and our topic of discussion is Batman v. Superman – Dawn of Justice
It’s a big week at Rated G! David Hayter has no love for former Konami developer Hideo Kojima. Rob Gronkowski, some elaborate fake NX material has surfaced online, iJustine and other serve up a cringe worthy Doom event trailer, and Lego Dimensions almost had a Mortal Kombat minigame. On our topic of week, we discuss retro game collecting on this week’s topic of discussion. All this and we bid farewell to a comedic legend.