With the recent release of Miitomo in the US, Tim and Dave take a look back at Nintendo’s surprisingly lengthy history of games that keep you coming back for a little more every day.
Back at MAGFest Tim picked up a couple of Famicom Kunio-kun games. Tim and Dave talk a bit about the installments in the series that saw an American release and then explore a few of the awesome games we never got!
It’s our second annual Backlog of the Year awards! Why should the current releases have all the end-of-the-year fun when we’ve also spent the whole year plumbing the depths of our substantial backlogs for hidden gems.
In a Games of Future Past holiday tradition, we look back 20 years in the past to see what the best games of the year were back then. As it turns out, 1995 was a pretty dope year.
A while back there was an article going around about a man who forcibly guided his son through the history of video games from past to present. This us to ask ourselves what games we would use to present the medium to someone totally new. In this episode of GofP Dave presents his list of games in the form of
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Nintendo Entertainment System, Dave and Tim did a mini “Blank of” awards in an attempt to tread a bit of ground regarding their favorite system that hasn’t been quite so well worn. Just in case anyone would like to check out our classic TripleRaidio Top 5 NES podcast
In this episode the boys breeze over Rare’s vast history of games to coincide with the release of the excellent Rare Replay compilation!
So…this podcast is a bit dated…more than usual. We recorded this back in July but it didn’t make it up as some other more timely topics came up. Anyway, Juese joins Tim and Dave to talk about the lengthy and awesome history of classic game compilations.
A few months ago, a new Toejam and Earl game was kickstarted so Tim and Dave decided to look back at the somewhat uneven history of the series.
At the behest of good friend Robert V Aldrich, Dave and Tim checked out a forgotten NES classic – Vice: Project Doom!