With the SNES Classic out and about, Tim and Dave decided to hit up the good ol’ awards show format for a 16 bit lover affair: The Blank of the SNES Awards!
With the launch of the SNES Classic looming, Tim and Dave compare notes on their favorite gaming consoles and handhelds of all time!
Okay, we recorded this back in August and I forgot to post it! But it’s a retro podcast so nothing goes out of relevance. In fact, this particular topic is even MORE relevant because Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite is almost upon us. In this episode Tim and Dave look back at the crazy beginnings of the Capcom VS series back in the 90s.
Roving reporter Dave Autovino went to the induction ceremony for the 2017 Video Game Hall of Fame class at the Strong Museum of Play in Rochester, NY and grabbed a quick interview with Jon-Paul Dyson, Director of the International Center for the History of Electronic Games.
Who has a bunch of old games in their house? Do you? Do you have any idea what they’re worth? Well Tim and Dave decided to find out how much some of their stuff was worth and share some of the more surprising revelations that they found along the way.
Last year the UK-based RetroGamer magazine hit issue 150 and celebrated that milestone with a top 150 games list as voted by their readership. Tim and Dave decided to look over the list and take a peek into what games mattered more to our European gamer brothers and sisters.
Tim and Dave (with a bit of help from Juese) dish out some awards to the best OLD games they played this year in the 3rd annual Backlog of the Year Awards!
Dave and Tim have finally played the excellent, long-awaited Metroid 2 remake from this past summer!
Dragon Quest Builders? But that just came out! It did but this recent release to celebrate 30 years of Dragon Quest holds a secret – it’s actually a direct sequel to the original NES Dragon Warrior! Tim and Dave talk about the link between the two games, wax nostalgic about the original Dragon Quest and give their impressions on DQ Builders.
Hot off our speculation regarding Nintendo’s recently announced mini-NES, Tim and Dave decided to take a crack at what we might see if they decide to move forward with a mini-SNES or N64.