This week we went without breaks, which were just usually fart sounds. In place, instead of using skype for our primary recording, we have a make shift studio which should improve sound quality. We talk a little bit of everying, some GTA V, the arcade games we’ve been working on, retro games in general. As an added bonus we have a sound board, this week…you guessed it…was primarily farts.
After a couple week break we are back. This week we barely touch on yet another Microsoft reversal. The rest of the show is all retro. I picked up a few retro games, Mitch lands another arcade, we find a super cool game value website, and also discuss the need for system sellers.
We are back for podcast number 7. I will go over my top 10, Mitch gives us an update on his Daytona USA project, and I rip on Sony, say waaaa?
In this weeks episode Mitch will details his top 10 NES games evAR! We discuss more news out of the microsoft camp, and we have some ideas for a new NES game.
This week on the podcast we talk about NES games we want remade, walking dead the show and game, oculus rift, make some questionable jokes about what we want to do in GTA 5, the list goes on and on.Â Nothing to talk about video game wise, We have your covered. We made fun of almost everything, talked about strip clubs, the GTA version of pulling out, and duck tales
This is quite the coincidence. Last week we were talking Leisure Suit Larry reloaded, which the original series skipped release number 4. Well, we didn’t intentionally skip podcast 004 but unfortunately when we went back to edit the podcast the audio<!–more–>was completely blank.
In a nutshell we were tackling the retro game market as whole. We will get back to it tomorrow or Friday with Podcast 005. This will forever be known as the lost episode.
This week Mitch lands a Daytona twin for $150. Mike finished Last of Us. Another fanboy of the week. A few to many adult beverages.
This week on RetroGameFix.com we talk Xbox One reversing their used game policy(beginning), Mitch scores big at Daytona(15:25), story telling in video games(32:20), and our internet fanboy comment of the week(45:50).
Thank you for checking out RetroGameFix.com. This week, our first podcast covers the Microsoft and Sony E3 conferences in the first half, and some retro game talk in the second half.