Mike just tracked down a personal score he's been looking for a long time! Brando talks a little about microtransactions. And just how many episodes did the Goku vs Frieza fight last?
Its episode 50! Thank you all for joining us for 50 episodes of gaming talk, we look forward to many more! This week Brando and Mike sit down to talk about the Gameboy family. From the original DMG model, all the way to the Gameboy Micro!
Brando and Mike are back for the first new episode in 3 weeks to catch up on the Nintendo Direct from September 2017, some Switch rumors, gaming pickups, gushing over Final Fantasy IX and Metroid II, and Brando is getting a Nintendo Switch...eventually.
This week Brando reflects on his gaming pickup videos featured on the Journey Into Comics Youtube Channel. Included in this episode are the first three episodes of pickup videos and a look back at what would become the Game Addicts Podcast.
Brando and Mike are back this week to talk about the upcoming game releases for Fall 2017, their recent gaming pickups, L.A. Noire Remaster headed to Nintendo Switch, and the their path to live streaming hits a roadblock.
Brando and Mike discuss the rumor and innuendo of Playstation's next big announcement. A new possible Playstation handheld? Also Brando's Limited Run Games edition of Night Trap came in, Secret of Mana is getting remade, and Street Fighter II gets a 30th Anniversary limited re-release on SNES?!
Brando and Mike are back this week to talk their favorite physical copies of DLC in their collection. Also that SNES Classic fiasco, as well as some Gamescom news.
This week Brando and Mike are back to discuss the new 5.00 PS4 update that went live to beta testers, Mike's PSP score, and Sonic Mania released and its...good?!
This week Brando and Mike talk Fallout 4 Game of the Year Edition, Xbox making changes to the achievements system, World of Final Fantasy, how to get Metal Gear Solid on your PS Vita, and the new N64 Retro Fighters controller Kickstarter.
This week Brando breaks down the follies of the new Sega Genesis Flashback system and where you can play almost all of the games included on last gen hardware at 720p. And Mike details an awesome Xbox 360 bundle he added to his collection with 19 games, all for $50!