Big news this week as Valve reveals switch-like handheld gaming PC the Steam Deck, Netflix and PlayStation could be teaming up for a game streaming service and Nickelodeon squares off against Nintendo with their own Super Smash Bros. style game. All that and Super Mario 64 breaks records as the most expensive game sale of all time on episode 280 of Rated G for Gamers.
Bethesda gets into some hot water with their anti-cheat update to Doom, the New Game+ Expo debuts with a showcase of 40 games from Sega, Atlus, and more, and Pac-Man celebrates his 40th birthday. All that and Dan surprises Dave with a with a Legend of Zelda trivia test on episode 220 of Rated G for Gamers.
Our giveaway for September, one copy of the Legend of Zelda – Link’s Awakening remake for the Switch is still kicking. You have until September 30th to enter our contest. Entry details are as follows:
Listen to our episodes all month long for secret codes. We’ll be dropping one unique code each episode and each unique code gets you one entry. DM or private message on social media @ratedgforgamers or email us at email@example.com your answers.
We got a special one today folks. Dan’s on vacation right now so we decided to do a episode about our most anticipated holiday games. Join us as we break down our favorites for the 2019 holiday season.
We got hot movie/tv/marvel universe talk at the top of the show. Our Birdbox thoughts, a new Ghostbusters 3 teaser drops, Dan’s got thoughts on Punisher season 2 and they both discuss the new Spiderman – Far From Home trailer. In the news, diligent hackers find SNES games listed in the Switch online code, Sony finally caves on Rocket League cross play and UbiSoft cancels game that was teased in Watch Dogs 2 and EA cancel the open world Star Wars game. So tune in for all of that and see Dan flub a ton of games and names in episode 148 of Rated G for Gamers.
E3 has come and gone and we’re here to dish up all the good coverage you want. Heavy hitters like the Legend of Zelda, God of War, Dead Rising, Resident Evil and more all make an appearance. Also, in Epic fashion, Sony bring out Kojima in his first post Konami breakup appearance to show us Death Stranding. So buckle up for an extra long episode as we go E3 crazy.