This week Xearrik fills in for Dustin and we get deep into why we don't like Super Mario 2 (The Lost Levels). In news we cover the NES Classic Mini production ending, SNES Classic Mini rumors, WeGame, Diablo 2 pacifist run, AMD 580 GPUs, Star War Battlefront 2 story writers and trailer, and Starcraft 1 & Brood War available for free. Xearrik has been playing the Fallout series while Scott has been into Rocket League, Super Mario 2, Soul Calibur II, and Zelda Breath of the Wild.
This week Dustin and Scott talk about the gaming benefits of the Windows 10 Creators update, Microsoft's Xbox Academy, CD Project Red clarifies Cyberpunk Trademark, the new Pinball World Champion is 13 years old, G2A's response to TotalBiscuit and Gearbox, Polygon looks to be doing some PewDiePie clickbait over his Twitch channel, Bayonetta 1 on Steam, and Bioware's new DRM sticks the Mass Effect Pirates with all of the old bugs and animations. Games we've been playing include Ghost in the Shell for PS1, Dark Souls, Zelda Breath of the Wild and Blaster Master Zero. Enjoy!
This week Dustin and Scott realized they bought novelty planes from the UK. We talk about the Mega Man cartoon coming to Cartoon Network, CD Project Red trying to trademark the work Cyberpunk, Overcooked coming to Switch, Mad Catz closing, Switches bending, Blizzard wins lawsuit against cheat maker, Valve talks to TotalBiscuit and Jim Sterling about Steam curation, and using your PC as a PS2. We've been playing Flashback on the SNES, Ghouls N' Ghosts, Zelda Breath of the Wild, and Blaster Master Zero.
This week podcast topics include Paprium from Watermelon Games, Twitch's game selling service starting, Ocarina of Time world record, Starcraft Remastered, Lego City Undercover requires huge download on the Switch, Alicia Vikander looking the part of Lara Croft, and real NBA Jam EPROM with Michael Jordan. Dustin has been playing Castlevania: Encore of the night while Scott played Batman on the NES, Super Mario Run on the Android/Pixel and more Zelda Breath of the Wild. Enjoy!
This week is heavy on Nintendo Switch news, including the left Joycon issue being fixed by Nintendo, approaching Cyanogen CEO Kirt McMaster for OS help, Bloodstained being cancelled for Wii U, and Swith production being doubled over the next year. We also give an update on Colin Moriarty and his instant success on Patreon, Zelda Home Automation, and Nerf John Wick. Dustin has been playing Flashback for the SNES and Castlevania Symphony of the Night on PSP. Scott has been playing Batman on the NES, Trick Towers on PC and Zelda Breath of the Wild. Scott also was able to purchase an Open Source Scan Converter (OSSC) in hopes of doing high-quality Genesis and SNES content.
Dust and Scott have both have been having good weeks. We get into our thoughts on Colin Moriarty leaving Kinda Funny, the Disney Afternoon Collection, Drew Scanlon's new venture after Giant Bomb called Cloth Map, what 3D blue rays are like in PSVR with the PS4 Firmware 4.5 , why games ported to Switch are more expensive than the the other systems, and Trappist-1. Dustin finished Deux Ex and explains why Max Payne is one of his favorite games. Scott talks about Super Mario 3, The Little Mermaid and Zelda Breath of the Wild. Enjoy!
This week we feature a great interview with Tyler Miner! He's the composer of the recently release JRPG Shadows of Adam (Interview starts at 19:30). Some of the topics we cover are Horizon Zero Dawn vs Zelda sales in the UK, a comment from Yacht Club Games about developing for the Nintendo Switch, Switch failure complications, and VRScout's Contra demo. Dustin is getting closer to completion of Deus Ex and ramping up the difficulty in Sky Force Reloaded. Scott is loving Zelda Breadth of the Wild. Enjoy!
This week Dustin and Scott are both mostly recovered from being under the weather. This week's news topics cover are a good update on the SNES Preservation Project, Shadow of War announcement leaked by Target, River City Ransom Kickstarter issues, Master Blaster Zero, the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller on PC, and YouTube TV. Enjoy!
Dustin is back to healthy and Scott was impressed by the movie Arrival. In the news this week we talk about lost SNES that were intended for a preservation project, the Rampage movie begins filming, Horizon Zero Dawn is getting good reviews, The Mexican Runner has one game left to have beaten the entire US-Released NES collection, a Nintendo Switch stolen, a Twitch streamer dies on air, and Digital Homicide's lawsuit against Jim Sterling is thrown out in court.
This week Dustin was out sick but luckily Lex & Dan from the Don't Copy That Floppy saved the day by being awesome guests! Some of our news topics include Steam account vulnerability, Steam Greenlight program ending, Rocket League gets Hot Wheels, PewDiePie and the Wall Street Journal, and Zelda Breath of the Wild having DLC. The games we discuss are Odin Sphere, Nioh, Overwatch, Darkest Dungeon, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Steam, Lee Travino's Fighting Golf, and Captain Skyhawk. Enjoy!