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So Close yet So Far...

So Close yet So Far...

Posted by Kris Randazzo on Jul 24th 2019

When you’ve been collecting video games for most of your life, there can come a point where you basically have everything you’ve ever wanted. I’m sort of at that point now, having collected games sinc … read more
SAG Episode 263: Alabama Meth Gators

SAG Episode 263: Alabama Meth Gators

Posted by Kris Randazzo on Jul 19th 2019

Show NotesDan and Kris continue their Summer Series with Little Nemo: The Dream Master for NES. Plus, Dr. Mario world impressions, the Turbo-Grafx 16 mini game list gets discussed, The Messenger DLC … read more
Revisionist History

Revisionist History

Posted by Kris Randazzo on Jul 17th 2019

The Switch Lite is real! Sure, it was a pretty poorly kept secret, and its reveal was basically a giant disclaimer about what the system can’t do, but at the end of the day it looks like a slick littl … read more
SAG Episode 262: Grassketball

SAG Episode 262: Grassketball

Posted by Kris Randazzo on Jul 12th 2019

Show NotesDan and Kris finally kick off the Summer Series with Master of Darkness for Sega Master System. Plus, Cuphead gets a cartoon, Tetris meets Splatoon, a complete NES set hits the SAG store, … read more
Secretive Sequels

Secretive Sequels

Posted by Kris Randazzo on Jul 10th 2019

Video games and sequels go hand in hand. 99 times out of 100, if a game is successful, it will get a sequel. Heck, even if it’s not so successful a follow up may arise. What's fun though, is discoveri … read more