32:00 – Sega Master System – SMS – The best and worst of the system
1:12:00 – TURTLE Power
This week in gaming, Kotaku.com reveals they have ben blacklisted by Ubisoft and Bethesda, the Patch Podcast goes after Jeff Gerstmann of Giant Bomb, and both of these conversations speak to a larger discussion about how websites and consumers comprehend scores and in most cases argue about them.
As huge fans of Nintendo we decided to have a serious talk about the Nintendo NX and Nintendo’s future in general. As passionate gamers who grew up with Nintendo games we have some pretty strong opinions on what Nintendo, could, should and can do to win gamers over.
This week is a bit of a shorter episode, but we do get in some good discussion around Mitch’s more in-depth SupaBoy impressions, Sega Nomad, and the cases Sega games came in and the cardboard Nintendo alternative.
This entire episode is all Nintendo, and Mike’s opinions on how Nintendo found itself in it’s current state, and what it will do next.
On this episode of Cereal at Night MIke discusses his opinion on Physical v. Digital media and the pros and cons of each. In the second segment he goes into some details on his new racing sim setup and how it compares to his old hardware.
Start – Physical v. Digital media distribution
18:00 – Sim Racing, Playseat v. Obutto Ozone, Thrustmaster TX, TH8A Shifter, T3PA Pro pedals, Logitech G27
Start – Extra Life Fundraiser http://www.extra-life.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.participant&participantID=140589
2:50 – Hyperkin SupaBoy, Sega Nomad
23:00 – Mike basement kurfuffle
31:50 – Virtual Reality, Oculus, Playstation VR
52:30 – Tour of retro gaming store
55:00 – Dragons Lair
This is an initial look at my new SupaBoy by Hyperkin – adding in some pros and cons – overall super cool and inexpensive way to play portable SNES games. Overall this system is well worth the money, it might feel a bit budget but the value for the money is well worth the cost of entry. If you are looking for a way to play your SNES games on the go look no further than the SupaBoy.