The Gamecast – A Retro Gaming Podcast – EP6 – Diddy Kong Racing In episode 6, Mark and Greg talk about Diddy Kong Racing, a gem like kart racer from the days of the N64. Come and discuss this incredible game with us in the comments.… Read More
In Episode 2, Mark and Greg talk about Resident Evil 2, the original version, not the new remake. However, the remake is mentioned 🙂
Some history is told and a few stories from the ’90s. Fun times! Join us and tell us what were some of your memories from the original game. When was your first time to play it and on what system? Read More
Hey there gamer’s, Greg has a new video up on the channel, showing the unboxing and the initial setup process of the Switch. He also shows you the size difference of the Wii U gamepad.… Read More
Hey there gamer’s, Mark here with an overview of the recent open beta of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands. You can check that video out right here!
Indie games are my bread and butter for the most part. They remind me of the old days of gaming where ‘fun’ took precedence over things like graphics and story. This game design philosophy began making a comeback when Bizarre Creations, the makers of the Project Gotham Racing series, developed a small title on the side known as Geometry Wars. And Geometry Wars was a clear inspiration for this indie title: Frequent Flyer.
Hey Gamers, Mark here with episode 9 of All Things Video Games. In this episode, we have guest host Mike talk about his experience and research for the best possible HDR 4K TV he could get for his money, plus the brand new PS4 Pro.… Read More
I was always a Nintendo kid growing up and I wasn’t big on Sega. Due to the whole “console wars” thing. Of course, this changed over time and I began to explore Sega’s catalog. And this is when I discovered Ristar.… Read More
Two of my all time favorite game franchises are The Legend of Zelda and Final Fantasy. A Link to the Past and Final Fantasy VII are true gems of days gone by. Going back to those titles today is a nostalgic trip with some harsh realizations: these games don’t always play as well as I remember. Final Fantasy VII, in particular, feels distinctly old school in its’ design. Still, both series have seen great advancement over the years and are,… Read More