Rated G for Gamers Podcast
This episode is spicy like a habanero pepper as Strauss Zelnick doubles down on the Red Dead Redemption port pricing, the Video Game History Foundation puts out a troubling report on classic video gam
With the launch of Wrestlequest, we have returning to the show Patrick Hickey Jr. to talk about his involvement with the game, voice acting, and his favorite wrestlers and matches of all time. In the
2023 is certainly shaping up to be a big year. Since it's a new month, we've got the new releases for August and boy is this month stacked. In the news,Microsoft brings down the hammer on gamers usin
On this month's episode of Saturday Morning Retro, Dan and Dave talk about Pro Wrestling for the NES and Fable for the original Xbox and in Our Top 3 segment, our top 3 Marvel games.
We may be close to the end of the Microsoft court battle asActivision Blizzard extends deadline to Microsoft in acquisition as to work out streaming rights in Europe and Sony signs 10-year agreement
Microsoft in a stunning victory has hopped all hurdles standing in it's way to acquire Activision Blizzard. It's all but complete with the exception of some streaming rights in Europe. Also in the new
On this week's episode, a rare 272 page PDF gets leaked from Sega detailing their confidence in the Sega Saturn, composer Grant Kirkhope thinks there's not enough fandom for a Banjo Kazooie sequel, Yu
We may be finally coming to the end of the Activision Blizzard acquisition court case! At the end of this month, a court ruling will decide whether or not Microsoft can move forward with the acquisiti
Seriously! We thought E3 summer showcase time was over but Nintendo comes out of the left field and surprises us wth a summer direct. And boy did they deliver. New games, new remakes and so much more.
Saturday Morning Retro Episode 33 - Mortal Kombat Special Forces (PS1) Twisted Metal 2 (PS1), NCIS 3D (3DS), WCW Mayhem (PS1)
On this month's episode of Saturday Morning Retro, Dan and Dave talk about NCIS 3D for the 3DS and WCW Mayhem for the PS1and in our Triple R segment, Mortal Kombat Special Forces for the PS1, and Twi