Episode 10 is here! We talk about two Game Boy titles getting a re-release 30 years later and Microsoft’s acquisition of Zenimax is complete.
In episode 11 we talk about Octopath Traveller‘s surprise appearance on Xbox Game Pass, more Switch Pro rumours and could Persona 5 be coming to Xbox?
For episode 12 we have a bumper show. Can you play movies on your GBA? Resident Evil heading to Stadia and is Sony shutting their PS stores?
In lucky episode 13 we talk about our thoughts on Nintendo’s classic SNES role-playing title; The Legend of Zelda: a Link to the Past.
In episode 14: A PlayStation Studios produced title coming to Xbox Game Pass with MLB and Earthworm Jim returns on the Intellivision Amico.
Episode 15 brings more bad news for PlayStation owners. Microsoft rumours make the rounds with Nintendo, Konami and even Kojima in tow.
In episode 16, we talk about Sony's decision not to close their online stores. The Pie Packer hits KickStarter and Soulja Boy is at it again!
In episode 17 we come to the end of our fourth Retro Game Club title, DOOM. We discuss our experience playing through the grand-daddy of FPS.
Welcome to episode 18 we will be talking about the Evercade Vs and we discuss our experiences with the Piepacker beta.
Episode 19 - As restrictions on meeting up start to ease, we discuss the local multiplayer titles we’re most looking forward to playing.
In this episode we talk about the potential Pokémon Diamond and Pearl remake, the interesting origins of FROM SOFTWARE and a new Mega Drive title being released in 2021?
Episode 20 - It's been 20 years since the launch of the very first Xbox, and we're bringing you 20 memorable titles from the original Xbox console.
Episode 21 is here, and the conclusion of our top 20 original Xbox games! From soaring on the back of a dragon to saving the human race.
In episode 22 Free Radical reform for a new Time Splitters, Virtua Fighter 5 stages a comeback and the Sonic Central event sheds some light on Sonic's 30th anniversary celebrations.
In Episode 3 we talk about what’s going on with GameStop stocks. Also Scott Pilgrim vs the World is finally getting a physical release over 6 years after being de-listed from digital stores. Mentioned...
In our first monthly ‘Retro Gaming Club’ we all play through the PlayStation classic; Symphony of the Night. We discuss our thoughts on this retro masterpiece and how it holds up over two decades late...