Megacat Studios is certainly know for some innovative games such as Coffee Crisis and Bite the Bullet. Their newest game may just be one of the most unique gaming titles in a long while. Wrestlequest is a traditional RPG with a wrestling motif, combining all the basics and crucial details of professional wrestling and the critical components of JRPGs.Continue reading “Wrestlequest Preview”
At the top of the show, Dave returns from PAX East with a whole lot to talk about; the games, the devs, the crowds, all of it. And Dan is donning his hard hat for some home repairs. In the news, Amy Hennig is back penning another Star Wars game and the purchase options for the new Sonic Origins confuses the internet. All that and more on episode 313.Continue reading “Episode 313 – The PAX East 2022 Recap”
Tribute Games, the creator of such games as Scott Pilgrim vs. the World – The Game and Panzer Paladin, are back again with Shredder’s Revenge. This is an homage to the TMNT arcade beat ’em ups of the late 80s and early 90s. Me and my friend Anthony got some hands on time with the game and were able to ask the devs some questions regarding game and DLC plans.Continue reading “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Shredder’s Revenge Preview”
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, No More Heroes 1 & 2 physical releases get announced for the Switch, a new actiony Aliens game gets announced, Nintendo is reportedly announcing a new Switch model later this year and the Wii U Receives Its First System Firmware Update Since 2018. All that and Dan and Dave reminisce about PAX East.
This is it folks! The PAX East 2020 recap episode. We break down our favorites with special guest Matthew Adler. It’s Matt’s first show and he discusses his overall experience. We get into all that, our top picks of the show and why we all need an extra two days in Boston.
Our Superbowl of video games, PAX East 2020, has come and gone. It’s always a wild ride and this year even more so. Me and Dan are back home and back to the old routine. We’re working through all the games we are, preparing preview articles and gearing up for a PAX East recap megashow.
Possibly the best PAX we’ve ever been to overall. Look forward to all our coverage soon and our new episode soon.
It’s day 3 and boy is it a cold one. We’re still in here though. Saturday is always the most hectic but it’s the most fun in our opinion. Everything has settled in, the cosplayers are in full force, and the fans are hungry to play the new games on display. Some notable mentioned this far are Cloudpunk, where a narrative adventure unfolds and you taxi people around a dystopian cyberpunk city, Rising Hell, where crunching metal riffs and pixelated hellscapes are the backdrop for your ascent into a gauntlet of enemies, and Retromania Wrestling, a spiritual successor to the arcade classic Wrestlefest. All in all, lots of great games on display. Day 3 down and one more to go.
PAX Day 2 has ended and we have survived the day. We’ve surveyed the floor and found some hidden gems between all the booths. The crowds are bigger today. The devs are even more energized and the fans are hungry for all the gaming goodness. We scoped out some indie booths and got some really great demos and we can’t wait to talk about it on the show. Here’s to the next two days.
Amid fears of infection from the coronavirus, Sony backs out of PAX East and GDC and Square-Enix backs out their Japanese staff from PAX. It’s gonna be weird not seeing Sony at the show. Also in the news, more patents from Sony and Atlus says if fans want Persona on Switch, keep asking and ye shall receive. So check out all our pre-pax talk and on more on episode 207 of Rated G for Gamers.