Pierce Courchaine joins Bobby and Chase as we talk about Sega and M2’s announcement of Sega Ages, a number of classic Sega titles being ported over to the Switch this summer.
This week’s show consists of Chase Koeneke, Johnny Amizich, Hoagie the pug and Sylvia the cat as we talk about the best of the best(or at least our personal favorites) in the realm of video game adaptations.
Save Your Coins’ Zach Fleeman returns to the show as we talk about some deep cuts from our lists of favorite(but not necessarily good) licensed games.
Bobby and Chase are still deep into Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Also, Chase caved and purchased not one, but two different sports games (NBA2K18 and MLB The Show 18) while Bobby continues to punish himself with Far Cry 5.
We look ahead to the low quantity but high quality games of April and also look back on the biggest successes and busts of March.
Bobby’s gone, so Chase and Johnny are dialing up the sports talk with some of our favorite sports video games. But before that we have to dive into the recent Nintendo Nindies Direct!
Bobby and Chase break down last week’s Nintendo Direct. Despite Chase’s despondency over a lack of Fire Emblem details, we rave about the new and refreshed games coming to 3DS and Switch in the coming year and beyond.
We wish the Nintendo Switch a happy birthday and go over our thoughts and feelings on the one-year-old console (and looking at every other gaming site, we weren’t the only ones with that idea.)
We look forward to near-future game releases in our March preview (and we reflect on February’s crop of titles, some more fondly than others.)
Bobby’s back this week and we have a lot to catch up on. Chase has wrapped up Shadow of the Colossus, Bobby’s “finished” Monster Hunter World and both guys went on the emotional rollercoaster of Florence.