Watch your back, there's a killer on the loose! That or it's just some nerdy guys chatting about retro gaming, one being Friday the 13th: The Game producer Randy Greenback. He goes in-depth about this highly anticipated title's recently announced single player mode, and more!
Before diving into Friday the 13th, David has a couple of awesome conversations to share! Twinfinite.net founder Yamilia (AKA Yami AKA Niero Jr.) chats about her website's 5 year anniversary and the journey to get here so far. Also, in light of the recent voice actors strike, Dave Fennoy and Erik Braa share their insights and answer questions. #PerformanceMatters
We also celebrate the 16th anniversary of the PlayStation 2 talking about our favorite titles from the console's robust library. What are some of your favorite games? Let us know!
The Stage of History this week has some real hard-hitting classics. This includes the multiplayer dungeon crawler Gauntlet, "combo-tastic" fighter Killer Instinct, and the first entry of a franchise that took the gaming world by storm Grand Theft Auto. We also have game giveaways from not only David and Robert, but also Randy for Saturday Morning RPG! Grab 'em while they're hot, ARGonauts!
Join us and SWDTech Games producer Tim Robinson as we give our impressions and thoughts on the Nintendo Switch, Red Dead Redemption 2, the return of Destroy All Humans!, a fan-made arcade machine for The Legend of Zelda, and his current project Pixel Noir.
Our main topic dives deep into Tim's Kickstarter-funded callback to classic RPGs Pixel Noir. What are some of its main influences? How much of an influence are games like Chrono Trigger and Earthbound to it? Is there anything to learn from the recently released I am Setsuna? Let us know your thoughts!
In celebration of the 600th episode of The Simpsons, we also get into the history of video games based on the popular show! There were a lot of clunkers out there, but which one was our clear favorite? Chime in with your favorite also!
The Stage of History this week also gets into some great classics such as a double header of "Mario madness" with Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins, GTA precursor Body Harvest, and more retro gaming! Plus we have some game giveaways you gotta "hop on" with Gravity Island and Pirate Pop Plus. ARG, indeed!
Doom modder turned game publisher Dave Vogt joins us this week to discuss his project BOSS, a brand new game for the Atari 2600!
Dave goes into how he and developer Jason Santuci came up with their Atari 2600 shmup BOSS. If you've been dying to see a new game for this console, you gotta check it out! We also dive into the arcade urban legend that is Polybius. Did it really cause people to go ill and even die? Did it even exist at all? What's the deal with the new PSVR game of the same name? Join in on the conversation!
The Stage of History this week welcomes a trio of NES classics, including the knockout hit Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! Also included are the early racing classic Night Driver, and controversial FMV romp Night Trap. Watch out behind you!
You also don't want to miss out on our game giveaways that includes obscure tapping game Toadled and puzzle platformer Max: The Curse of Brotherhood. Grab 'em before they're gone!
Mario 64 Reinvented in New Hack
Lost SNES Game Socks The Cat Hits Kickstarter
BOSS- A Brand-New Atari 2600 Game
Polybius: The story behind the world's most mysterious arcade cabinet
Video Game Urban Legend Polybius Coming Soon to PlayStation VR
Indie developer Danny Silvers comes on the show to chat about his game studio Lantana Games, artsy block-breaker Mondrian, and how he created the Boston Festival of Indie Games. That and lots of DOS gaming and Doom talk!
Have fond memories of playing DOS games? So do we! Join us as we share stories about some of our favorite old school games on the platform such as Doom, Jazz Jackrabbit, Commander Keen, Star Wars: Dark Forces, and more. Danny even shares a fun story where he met Gears of War developer Cliff Bleszinski! Let us know YOUR favorite DOS games too at email@example.com.
We also have the Stage of History this week which celebrates LucasArts' point-and-click breakout hit Maniac Mansion, fluid platformer Prince of Persia (no Jake Gyllenhaal here), and the reason for the ESRB's existence Mortal Kombat! There are also game giveaways from all three of us for Solar Shifter EX, Star Vikings, and Danny's own game Mondrian. Grab 'em while they're hot!