Tonight Josh, Wes, Dave and Matt discuss XBONE vs PS4 and a bevy of side-topics. VS. Enjoy.
Posts Tagged ‘retro gaming’
It’s been far too long, but Dave and Wes finally catch up and discuss their recent Game of the Month failures as well as some other things. Appropriate reactions to this podcast include, but are not limited to:
Half way through the first month of our official Game(s) of the Month Club, Dave and I have each completed our selected games. The swap has happened, now it is time for Dave to tackle Stranger’s Wrath and me to dive into Metroid Other M. But, before we do that, here are our thoughts […]
It’s true. We really do. Enjoy.
New retro games is a booming enterprise. Slapping on HD filters, (sometimes) adding network play and other small additions and reselling games you’ve already made money on is a no-brainer. It’s also much easier for today’s consumer to pay $5, $10, $15 for a digital copy of the old games we used to (and still […]
It should be quite apparent by now that both Dave and I are very much into old-school or retro gaming. I started cutting my gaming teeth on the Apple II with games like Aztec before moving on to the Commodore 64. My dad was a college professor and traded copies of games with students so […]
Gamers of Louisville and its surrounding areas will soon be treated to the second Louisville Arcade Expo. We were there last year enjoying room after room filled with retro gaming goodness, arcade cabinets, pinball machines, gaming tournaments, vendors, artists and more. The first expo, in our opinion was a huge success and we have been […]
Welcome to the New Year! Enjoy an hour and a half of Wes and Dave discussing bullshit and their year in video games.
Picked up a Sega CD over the weekend and I am psyched. I had my Genesis before my SNES and have always had a soft spot for Sega’s consoles. The only game I have at the moment is Mortal Kombat which is rated MA-17 on the Sega CD which means it does not need to […]
There are rare occasions when sitting down to play games feels like such a burden. On these occasions, I dread how much time it is going to suck out of my day. I never used to feel this way about games, and I think I have finally realized why this feeling has slowly been growing […]
The idea that it is bad to have an abundance of choices seems counter-intuitive. The more things you have to choose from, the more likely you are to get exactly what you want, right? Or can having too many options overwhelm you, driving you into indecision or simply cause you to ultimately question the value […]
Developer: Rare Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios Release Date: June 21, 2005 Genre: Adventure / Platformer Rating: M
Matt, Dave and Wes discuss the pros and cons of the Sega Master System II and… some other things…