Episode 368 – Storming A Grind Is Both Costly And Difficult

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This week we’re getting sentimental when a good game comes to an end, and we try to figure out what Mario is doing on smartphones. We have a whole bunch of crowdfunding projects that could use your help, but we still found a couple to point and laugh at. Capcom and Nintendo disagree about NES platform games being worth money, and our listeners have some great casting suggestions for live action versions of Sega games.

This Week in Gaming History

December 19, 1986 – Kid Icarus is released for the Family Computer Disk System

Hot Topics

End game sadness

Virtually Retro

Super Mario Run (iOS)

Crash Course (Atari 2600)

In the Walls of Eryx (ZX Spectrum)

Retro City Rampage DX (Android)


Kickstarter – In The Line Of Fire – 3D FPS for the Sega Dreamcast

Kickstarter – Unknown Realm: An 8-bit RPG for PC and Commodore 64

Kickstarter – Dreamworld Pogie – A ‘new’ old game by The Oliver Twins

Kickstarter – Goofy Foot – An Alternative NES Controller

Capcom is Bringing the Entire 8-Bit ‘Mega Man’ Series to Mobile Next Year

Nintendo Won’t Release ‘Super Mario Bros.’ on Mobile Because People Would Complain About Having to Pay For It

Caveat Gamer

legend of dragoon buyout and reboot

Man of Steel

Retro-Bit Generations – HDMI game system HILARIOUS GAG GIFT WORST CONSOLE EVER

Random Links

Super Game Boy – Gaming Historian

Games of The Week

Grind Stormer (Genesis)

Super Mario Bros. 2 Christmas Edition

Freeloader Game of the Month

Vantage Master Online




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