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.
On this month’s episode of Saturday Morning Retro, Dan and Dave talk about the Fantastic Four for the PS2, Fez for the Xbox 360, X-Men Mutant Academy for the PS1 and Flipnic for the PS2.
At the top of the show, Dan and Dave discuss the future of the MCU and the new round of Arcade 1Up machines. In the news, Lucasfilm Games has big plans for the Star Wars franchise, a new Indiana Jones teaser gets released and Bungie finally shuts down their Halo online stat servers on episode 253 of Rated G for Gamers.
On episode 5 or Saturday Morning Retro, Dave talks about Kid Icarus for the NES, Dan finally plays the original Legend of Zelda and Archon and Super Mario Sunshine are up for discussion in the Remake, Remaster, Recycle segment.
We finally get the Mario celebration we were all waiting for. The Mario 35th Anniversary Nintendo Direct came out last week and it was a big one. Dan and Dave go over all the exclusive and limited content. Also in the news, AT&T is no longer looking to sell their WB Gaming division and Hello Games is working on a huge, ambitious’ new game. All that and pilots reported a mysterious jetpack man in commercial airspace on episode 234 of Rated G for Gamers.
After a polarizing gameplay demo during the Xbox Games Showcase, 343 Studios addresses the graphics in Halo Infinite and clarifies it’s take on multiplayer and microtransactions. Also in the news, a big Nintendo leak reveals Luigi was going to be in Super Mario 64 and 2K’s upcoming football game will have actual player names and likenesses. And at the end of the show, Dan quizzes Dave on his Mario knowledge.
Microsoft drops a new Inside Xbox, PS5 drops it’s new controller complete with features, E3 2020 is officially cancelled and in our review round up, Final Fantasy VII Remake. All that and more on episode 214 of Rated G for Gamers.
In the wake of the current pandemic, Dan and Dave tell stories of how they are learning to cope when staying indoors. Dave’s got some grief toward Doom Eternal and Dan recovers from being under the weather. In the News, we get a new Nintendo Direct, some Mario remakes get teased upon the 35th anniversary of the iconic plumber, and Gamestop finally shutters it’s locations.
Did you see the new Avengers trailer? We sure did! We talk Thor, Black Panther and the rest of the Marvel superheroes at the top of the show. We discuss our pickups of week and a very particular eBay listing. In the news, Nintendo rules the Black Friday sales, Mario getting back in the cereal game, Sony will send you a PSVR headset and Skryim VR to try out for free and Capcom teases Mega Man 30th Anniversary stream. Our convo of the week, is the $60 game disappearing? Will rising game development costs cause publishers to unanimously raise prices across the board. Will there be more indie priced and sub $60. We discuss on episode 96 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.