Before the release of the Wonderful 101, Hideki Kamiya hosted a special Nintendo Direct to further market the game to Nintendo fans and those who enjoy Platinum Games' products! You bet that the 4DS guys have their share of thoughts on this beautiful title, and they also discuss the recent news about John Carmack; the creator of the Doom franchise, joining the development team behind Oculus Rift in hopes to bring in new immersion for his famous IPs. Along with the big release of Pikmin 3, Tales of Xillia, and Dr...
In light of Fez II getting canned by its creator, Masahiro Sakurai has come out with a shocking news bit about the next Super Smash Bros. game for the Wii U and 3DS. With no big release this week, we delve into Sly Cooper for Retro Gems and tear up Sonic Labyrinth for the Execution! Even though Jeff is not here in the episode, you can count on us to make sure we still deliver a great show! Enjoy Episode 72 of our show, GotGamers!
Joining us back from the Ikaricast on Reviewtopia is none other than Jerry (FighterXaos) from the Game Riffers! He joins us as we discuss some of the games that were announced at San Diego Comic-Con 2013, and all we can say that the new game announcements were pretty lackluster as there wasn't a whole lot that was announced. After that, we discuss the possible rumor of Atlus ending up being purchased by Nintendo in the light of Index Corporation's recent bankruptcy, discuss EarthBound in Retro Gems, as well as t...
This time on the 4DS Podcast, with Omegamario17 being AWOL for this week, RRPG and his co-hosts talk about the petition where people actually want Microsoft to restore the DRM policies it once had on the system before they removed them due to the E3 backlash they received. Could it be from fans, or are they from people who want to see Microsoft go under as a hardware manufacturer? Other things discussed are the new Ratchet & Clank game for the PlayStation 3, Viewtiful Joe in Retro Gems, Dragon Ball Z Kinect ...
For the third time on the 4DS Podcast, we bring in a special guest for the show! This time, we welcome the creator of Playeressence.com; Furious Francis! As an avid Nintendo fan he is, we talk about many things Nintendo related such as Iwata's recent investor's Q&A, Star Fox 64 in retrospect, Project X Zone being released with great praise for a core 3DS title, and placing EA in our pit for The Execution (not literally). Anyway, enjoy this lovely and fun time here as Furious Francis; with a little appearance...
Instead of talking about the big games coming from all the major third-party publishers, we decide to take some time to discuss each of our most and least favorite games that came out of the fiesta of the third-party domain! Was there a favorite that came from Capcom, Square-Enix, Activision, Namco Bandai, or even Ubisoft? Tune in for Episode 68 to find out! Oh yeah. Welcome to Girlwood.
Nintendo has taken a different approach with how they presented their material at E3 which could be for better or for worst. However, the guys at the 4DS Podcast, excluding Jeff this time around, give you their insight on how well the Big N performed at the LA Convention Center. Let me tell you one thing; they came flying with content that we can expect between August and this Christmas leading up to big releases in 2014!
Microsoft may have had an atrocious showing with their E3 Media Briefing, but can Sony gain momentum since the PlayStation 4 appeared in full force? From new games like The Order: 1886 to Square-Enix's new Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts III, Sony managed to unleash a bright future to where Nintendo can go neck-and-neck with the corporate giant for this new generation. Listen to our thoughts to find out!
Prior to Microsoft changing their strict policies for their next-generation console, we at the 4DS Podcast would like to share our own thoughts on how Microsoft performed for this year's E3. Did they manage to redeem themselves after their May Press Event, or has things only gotten worse? Tune in to find out!
With E3 being only one week away from happening, RRPG and his crew on the 4DS Podcast take the time to do one more prediction show! This time around, we are uncovering some of the games that are already making an appearance and ones we hope to hear more from third-party companies! From Watch Dogs to Call of Duty: Ghosts and from Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain to Tales of Xillia, do the third-party divisions hold great promise as much as the first parties from our knowledge? Stay tuned to find out!
[starrater tpl=10] Since the creation of the Crash Bandicoot franchise on the PlayStation One all the way up to the completion of the Uncharted Trilogy on the PlayStation 3, Naughty Dog Software has an impressive track record where each of their games released to widespread acclaim. Now, those guys from the first-party developer are currently […]