On this month’s episode of Saturday Morning Retro, Dan and Dave talk about Shinobi for the 3DS and Jet Set Radio Future for the Xbox. Also, in our “Our Top 3” segment, our top 3 videogame Christmas gifts.Continue reading “Saturday Morning Episode 27 – Shinobi (3DS), Jet Set Radio Future (Xbox), Our Top 3 Videogame Christmas Gifts”
On this month’s episode of Saturday Morning Retro, Dan and Dave talk about Jak and Daxter for the PS2 and most excellent Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Eye of the Beholder trilogy and in our Triple R segment, the seventh generation reboot of Prince of Persia for the Xbox 360 and RC Pro-AM for the NES.Continue reading “Saturday Morning Retro Episode 25 – Prince of Persia (X360), RC Pro-AM (NES), Jak and Daxter (PS2), Eye of the Beholder Trilogy (PC)”
On this month’s episode of Saturday Morning Retro, Dan and Dave talk about Infamous for the PS3 and Halo – Combat Evolved for the original Xbox and in our Triple R segment, Fallout 2 and Mortal Kombat Mythologies – Sub Zero.
On this month’s episode of Saturday Morning Retro, Dan and Dave talk about Wipeout for the PS1 and Call of Duty Black Ops II for the WiiU and in our Triple R segment, Advance Wars and SSX Tricky.
It’s a very special episode for Rated G. Dan and Dave hit their 200th episode. They look ahead to a very exciting year for gaming and reveal their pick for game of the year 2019. Could the Order 1886 sneak in as a surprise late entry and win? Tune in to find out.
The end of the year is almost here we’re still getting some juicy news. Both Sony and Nintendo dropped their own directs with a bunch of new announcements. In the second half of the show returning guest Matthew Adler joins the show to discuss the Game Awards, the winners and losers, the trailers and surprises. Also, we get into a discussion about remakes and if they deserve nominations for year end awards. All that and more on episode 197 Rated G for Gamers.
We know the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett are coming next year and this week we get someone who’s seen the systems in action and is quoted as saying they’ve seen nothing like it before. Better than Red Dead 2. Better than the Last of Us 2. Rated G is even more excited than ever. Next holiday season is going to be a good one. Also in the news, there ‘s a super fly Tetris and Puma crossover shoe that Dave wants badly, Analogue announces their Pocket console and Fortnite gets sucked into a black hole. All that and more on episode 189 of Rated G for Gamers.
It’s the first episode since E3 has ended so it’s time for Dan and Dave to look back at all the conferences, all the announcements and give our thoughts on what they loved and what they hated. Also, the votes are in and we have a prediction winner. It was a close one just like every year but only one can take home the championship belt. Listen in to see who takes it. In the news, we get pricing and specs on the Atari VCS, Konami throws it’s hat in the ring of the mini console game and Nintendo explains why they chose to delay the new Animal Crossing. All that and Dan and Dave wax philosophical on game cart preservation.
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.
In the news, a new Star Wars game, the Fallen Order is announced from Star Wars Celebration in Chicago, Dragon Age 4, a wholly single player game is reported to have microtransactions, PubG gets banned in Nepal and finally, finally you can change your PSN username… but we wouldn’t recommend it. Also, we’ve get a Star Wars Episode IX trailer, Jim Carrey comments on the Sonic movie and we get news of the Disney Plus streaming network. All this and more on episode 160 of Rated G for Gamers.