After Nintendo’s announcement two weeks ago on the retro NES Classic console, people woke up to the idea of classic gaming in the modern age on reproduction consoles. This week, stories started circulating that Sega is now firing back at Nintendo by not only releasing a retro Genesis console, but also a handheld. They make
Hey folks, E. Zachary Knight here. Andrew was caught using Twitter this past week and is now on the run from the Podunk Witch Hunters. While he is in hiding, Jeremy Powers of Zens Path joined me for the latest Molehill Mountain podcast. We took part in more Pokemon Go chatter, Nintendo’s return to its
Nintendo will be launching a new console this holiday season. However, it won’t be the NX or anything resembling a modern day console. Instead, Nintendo will be returning to its roots and following in the footsteps of Atari and Sega. Today, Nintendo announced the launch of the NES Classic Edition. Much like the retro throwback
Hey folks, E. Zachary Knight here. Andrew is off in the middle of nowhere where the internet is considered black magic and you can be burned as a witch for using it. So tonight is actually my first solo show ever. This should be interesting. I will be talking about the looming Indiepocalypse, buying cool
Last Friday, Mitsuru Hirata, chief director of Tokyo Mirage Sessions hit up Twitter to ask western gamers to buy the game despite various localization changes. “Come to think of it, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE release date is this week on 24th isn’t it! For various reasons we had to change some outfits, contents of events and
Let me regale you with the story of a 9-year-old boy and his recent interaction with a Cleveland police officer. (No, no one gets shot.) Young Bryce was walking to his friend’s house with a binder full of Pokemon cards tucked under his arm when some loathsome bully snatched it from him and ran off.
On April 15, publisher XSEED hit up its tumblr to announce the forthcoming PC and 3DS releases of Corpse Party, a localization of the original Japanese horror adventure. The lengthy post mostly concerns itself with assuring readers that the game is arriving in the west completely uncensored.
In the very final episode of Super Podcast Action Committee (episode 186) hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight are joined by GamePolitics managing editor James Fudge for a free-form conversation about Lollipop Chainsaw’s platinum coins (3:53), Square Enix’s penchant for giving Kingdom Hearts games weird names (13:32), adventures covering E3 over the years (16:25),