Feel those knuckles burning, ARGonauts? It's time for our Streets of Rage episode in anticipation of the fourth entry in this beloved beat 'em up series! The Throwdown Show's Tony Polanco and Chris Sealy join David to call for cop cars, take down Mr. X, and celebrate a staple in the Genesis library.
The news this week gets into a couple of upcoming retro gaming remasters with Crysis and Star Wars Episode 1: Racer. That's followed by the original Leon Kennedy voice actor passing away, and Seinfeld getting the point-and-click adventure game treatment. The Stage of History completes the trifecta with the inclusion of Streets of Rage 3. Don't forget to nab the game code giveaway for Pawarumi, and then stay with us for another round of Random Select! Who could David be this time?
Watch out for parasites, ARGonauts! Chris Souza of Pixel River PR and Candice Shane swing on by to chat about Capcom classic Resident Evil 4. We discuss everything from the transition away from tank controls, whether or not it's a "zombie game", the one-liners, and more!
The news this week touches upon rumors of a Resident Evil 4 Remake that's in the works followed by a hospital using the Umbrella Corporation logo for tracking coronavirus cases. The Stage of History welcomes the limb-slicing, Resident Evil 4 inspired Dead Space, and don't forget to grab our game code giveaway for The Pit: Infinity. Then stick around for a one-man version of Random Select! Can Chris guess who David is this week?
We gotta save the planet, ARGonauts! Join in for a chat about the PlayStation classic Final Fantasy VII, including its beginnings on a Nintendo console, its impact on Western love for RPGs, and reminiscings of Chocobo racing. David's guests include music artist Grimecraft, Raw Fury's Garnett Lee, and Candice Shane who all share their love for this beloved title.
The episode kicks off with console news both good (Intellivision Amico) and bad (Atari VCS), followed by some retro love in Streets of Rage 4, and the Pong RPG that's definitely no April Fools' joke. The Stage of History puts the spotlight on the broody Vincent Valentine in Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII. Don't forget to grab the Nintendo Switch game code giveaway, and stick around for a white knuckle round of Random Select! Who could David be this time?
Time to get bloody, ARGonauts! Hunter Bond of Berzerk Studio joins the show, along with friend Jeremy Roughan, to discuss the NES influenced title Infernax. We get into its old school influences, and also what it's doing differently to separate itself from other retro-inspired indie titles.
Our news this week covers the coronavirus encouraging people across the country to play video games as well as the WHO recommending to do just that. We also discuss the rumors of Mario remasters coming to Nintendo Switch, and which pack-in titles we're expecting to see with the Intellivision Amico. The Stage of History has us set towards side-scrolling adventure in Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. And rejoice for the return of our retro gaming character game show segment Random Select!