On this month’s episode of Saturday Morning Retro, Dan and Dave talk about Little Nightmares for the Xbox One and Friday the 13th for the Commodore 64 and in our Triple R segment, the Splatterhouse series and Halloween for the Atari 2600.
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.
While we we’re at PAX East, the gaming world didn’t stop. Who’d of thunk? Upon return, we get into all sorts of news. PS5 leaks, Apple’s foray into a gaming, EA’s massive layoffs and Sega finally wises up and decides to make their own Genesis console. That and we get some more news about Avengers: Endgame on episode 157 of Rated G for Gamers.
It’s sad day for gamers around the world. This week Reggie Fils-Amie, president of Nintendo of America, announced his retirement this past week. We discuss his legacy and his replacement, Doug Bowser. Also in the news, Google is slated to unveil their entrance into gaming at this years GDC, Microsoft is rumored to announce multiple new consoles at E3 as well as Halo Infinite possibly being a launch title and Deadmau5 gets himself into hot water playing PubG on Twitch for saying some derogatory comments to an opponent. All this and more on Episode 152 of Rated G for Gamers.
On this special episode of Rated G, the boys go in depth on each of the 8 gaming generations, the highlights, notable games and system. And to cap it all off they pick their top 3 favorite generations. Regular episodes resume next week.
It’s finally here, the battle of the gaming century, we debate which system is better; Genesis or Super Nintendo. Also, we discuss the lacking omission of single player content in Street Fighter V, the D.I.C.E. awards winners, and more.