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Generation Wii-visited Part 5: Wii-rd and Wonderful

Generation Wii-visited Part 5: Wii-rd and Wonderful

Posted by Kris Randazzo on Jan 15th 2020

Beautifully bizarreButtons and analog sticks became the standard in video games for a reason. It’s the most intuitive way to play. Nintendo, however, loves to shake things up. They’ve always been pion … read more
SAG Episode 288: 1st Annual Golden Caveman Awards

SAG Episode 288: 1st Annual Golden Caveman Awards

Posted by Kris Randazzo on Jan 10th 2020

New decade, new award showShow NotesDan and Kris are back from break and ready to kick off the New Year with a brand new Game of the Year award show: The Golden Caveman Awards. (Because the JGLD jok … read more
Generation Wii-visited Part 4: World of Adventure

Generation Wii-visited Part 4: World of Adventure

Posted by Kris Randazzo on Jan 8th 2020

PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 were absolutely wonderful platforms. They were the birthplace of some of the best games ever made, and they helped usher in the new HD era, making standard definition CRT te … read more
SAG Episode 287: 2019 in Review - Part 3

SAG Episode 287: 2019 in Review - Part 3

Posted by Kris Randazzo on Jan 3rd 2020

And that brings you up to speedShow NotesHappy New Year! Dan and Kris will be back for their proper first new episode of 2020 next week, but in the meantime, here’s part 3 of their 2019 year in revi … read more
Generation Wii-visited Part 3: All Grown Up

Generation Wii-visited Part 3: All Grown Up

Posted by Kris Randazzo on Jan 2nd 2020

Nintendo has had a “grown up” problem for decades. It wasn’t much of an issue when the NES was king, and the Super NES may have faltered around Mortal Kombat, but they got back on board the blood trai … read more