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.
Don't listen to us, we don't know how to count. Despite what we say it's episode 2015. This week we take a few minutes to talk about our favorite games played in 2016. The news was heavy on Nintendo Swith but we also talked about Awesome Games Done Quick raising $2.2 million to help fight cancer, Steam's Beta allowing users to move games to new folders seamlessly, Gabe Newell being extremely wealthy and a nice article from Evan Narcisse about his daughter and Super Heroes. Dustin completely forgot about a game and continues to play both Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Ratchet & Clank. Scott started Hitman, overclocked his PC again and is still loving Picross. Enjoy!
This week Dustin ventures back to Road Rash and Scott resists the temptation to return a game on Steam. Some of the news item discussed are Nintendo's Switch trailer, Link's Awakening remade in the Ocarina of Time engine, the Voice Actor's strike, Bethesda's new Review policy, Bo Jackson playing Techmo Bowl and more. Enjoy!