Microsoft, Scorpio, Console Future, Gaming Headsets – Cereal at Night E.45

On this episode of Cereal at Night I discuss Microsoft’s cancellation of ScaleBound, what 2017 looks like for the company, and some thoughts on Scorpio.  I also discuss gaming audio headsets and clarify a youtube comparison video I made after receiving some good feedback.

Nintendo Switch, RetroPie, Funhouse, Steamlink – Retro Jonez E.102

We are back and this wek we discuss the steamlink, funhouse pinball, retropie, and the Nintendo Switch reveal.

Topics:

RetroPie
Funhouse Pinball
SteamLink
Nintendo Switch
JoyCons
1-2-Switch
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Super Bomberman R
Sonic Mania
Lego City Undercover
Arms
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Splatoon 2
Super Mario Odyssey
Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap
Xenoblade Chronicles 2
Project Sonic 2017

Super Mario Run, Video Games as Art – Retro Jonez E.99

This week we discuss the offensiveness of video games, or the un-offensiveness as far as we are concerned.  Everyone is talking Super Mario Run without actually talking about the game. What we’ve been up to.

Start – Pinball Restores, Pinbot, General Awesomeness

17:40 – Video Games as Art, Everyone is Offended

40:00 – Super Mario Run, Pricing, Internet Connectivity, Is it a good game?

Then a bunch of randomness if you’re still listening.

WE MAD!!!

RJ97 – A New Rendition of a Classic Podcast

This week we cover the NES Classic first impressions, how we gave into our man sized predicaments by buying a new TV and a new Pinbot playfield, Nintendo Switch Pricing, and the digital vagina found in Watch Dogs 2.

Where to find us

YouTube
itunes
RSS Podcast Feed
Twitter
Questions@RetroGamefix.com

RJ96 – Manufacturing Demand via NES Classic

This episode we give updates on what we have been up to, some man sized predicaments (big one’s), and the NES Classic.

Start – Updates for pinball, Ghostbusters, PS4 Pro HDR, Xbox One S

26:00 – NES Classic

Somewhere around the end a best buy story.

Where to find us

YouTube
itunes
RSS Podcast Feed
Twitter
Questions@RetroGamefix.com