Lost Sphear – NYC Comic Con 2017 Preview

Comic Con 2017 brought a few gaming companies out to showcase their up and coming games. I wrote about Monster Hunter World, which you can read here, but that wasn’t the only game i was able to try out.  I also got a chance to demo Lost Sphear on the Nintendo Switch.. Lost Sphear is…

Game Stuff 14 – Halloween Fun!!!

On this weeks episode of Game Stuff, join Kalai, Joe, and Kory as they tell scary Halloween stories that will give any gamer a fright. Listen at your own risk!!! Special thanks to the shows contributors, you can find the band of our intro music, Take Away The Ugly here and find Isaac Sagoeii (the shows artist)…

Trophy Whores 322 – Sony Music Switches it Up

The Trophy Whores have a business discussion, and Troy is nowhere to be found.  Someone get him on the phone — NOW!  He would put everyone to shame with his financial acumen!  We need someone who can shed some light, and make sense, of Sony Music jumping into the video game arena. Sony Music’s game…

Game Stuff 13 – WTF Developers??

On this episode join Kalai, Kory, Joe, and Tricky as they discuss the craziness that happened this week. Sony making Nintendo games? Activision patented what? Find out on this episode of Game Stuff Special thanks to the shows contributors, you can find the band of our intro music, Take Away The Ugly here and find Isaac Sagoeii…

Nintendo Duel Screens 20 – Sony and Nintendo UNTIE!

Steve and Andy are reunited and it feels so good. But they are not the only two massive egos to do so. Sony and Nintendo UNITE! I mean….Untie? No wait…So it looks like Sony Music is going to publish games on the Nintendo Switch (among other platforms). What does this mean for Nintendo?  We have…

Game Stuff 12 – What A Year!

While Kalai is away at Comic Con the boys get to run the show. Ut Oh.. Shit gets real. Join Kory and Joe as they talk about what a year it has been for gaming. Special thanks to the shows contributors, you can find the band of our intro music, Take Away The Ugly here and find…

Nintendo Duel Screens 19 – Steve’s Nintendo Memories

October is a very busy month for Andy and Steve, so we have curated a special couple of episodes to sprinkle in throughout the next few weeks while things get back to normal. Instead of your regular news show (which is coming later this week) you will be getting a one on one with Steve…

Pepcom Holiday Spectacular 2017 Highlights

On an unseasonably warm night in the fall, I walked through the front doors of the Metropolitan Pavilion to be transported to a winter wonderland full of the hottest new tech. Pepcom’s Holiday showcase was in full swing, and gamers have a ton to look forward to this Holiday Season. While Pepcom is no E3…

Nintendo Duel Screens 17 – Cease and Desist

Well this was a big old mess of a show. TrickyMic joins us to talk about Nintendo putting an end to streamers using YouTube, Steve get’s hyped as all hell, and Tricky even has a game to play…but you won’t hear that because his audio crapped out in the middle of it! But here are…

Nintendo Duel Screens 16 – Frame Rate Debate

Steve can’t figure out what week it is (its the week of September 25th regardless of what he tries telling you during the show). The boys go over some of the big news of the week,  share some intimate memories of the Final Fantasy VI/III, and they discuss whether or not 30 frames per second…

Game Stuff 9 – Switching it up 6 months later

On this weeks episode Kalai, Kory, And Tricky discuss the success or lack of success of the Switch 6 months into its launch. Is Nintendo finally showing signs of a successful console; Or was the Nintendo direct a disappointment to fans. Special thanks to the shows contributors, you can find the band of our intro…

Game Stuff 7 – Gaming Essentials

On this week’s episode of Game Stuff join Kalai, Kory, and Joe as they delve into the gaming essentials. How does Kalai fit all those portable gaming systems into her pocketbook? What should you eat while you play? Spoiler: NOT pineapple pizza.  How do we balance our work/gaming life? Special thanks to the shows contributors,…

Nintendo Duel Screens 13 – Super Tangential Mario

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle is out! Buuuuuttt…the boys won’t be talking about that. Instead, Andy and Steve rank the top ten OTHER Mario games that are not Mario games, they get all pissy about the SNES classic nonsense, return to the Retro Game Club, and the HYPE ZONE IS LIT AS EF! We appreciate…

Nintendo Duel Screens 12 – Sonic Maniacs & Old School Dreams

Sonic Mania has driven Andy to madness, Steve duels Andy in the Hype Zone, and some Final Fantasy XVI talk? All this and more! We appreciate your support (and your ears)! Please subscribe to the Nintendo Duel Screens feed in iTunes, Google Play Music or RSS and please leave a review. We won’t give you cookies, but it will help…

Nintendo Duel Screens 9 – N64 Musings

Join Andy and Steve as Steve tries to podcast while his son takes a nap. They talk Splatoon 2, The Ataribox, the Voice Chat clusterf*ck, and the rumored N64 Classic. We appreciate your support (and your ears)! Please subscribe to the Nintendo Duel Screens feed in iTunes, Google Play Music or RSS and please leave a review. We won’t give…

Nintendo Duel Screens 8 – The Listener Mail Extravaganza!

Steve and Andy are here to fill those holes in the sides of your heads with a triplet of Pokemon news, The Hype Zone gets angry, and the boys answer your questions! All this and…like…some more. Not a lot..but enough. Don’t get greedy. We appreciate your support (and your ears)! Please subscribe to the Nintendo…

Death Squared Review

Straddling the line between terrible and O.K. is never somewhere anyone wants to be, but that’s exactly the space Death Squared occupies. It has some decent voice-over work and introduces some interesting concepts throughout, but never manages to capture that Co-op magic that’s been all-but absent from this generation of gaming. SMG Studios has created…

Nintendo Announces SNES Classic

After the release of the NES Classic, many in the gaming world were hoping, and expecting that Nintendo would follow things up by going into the 16-bit era. Today, Nintendo confirmed that the SNES Classic Edition will launch on September 29 for $80. The console will come with two wired controllers that will have cords…