Altered beast is as old as the Sega Genesis and we are here to tell you everything about it. Brittany plays it for the first time and Adam has been playing it since it’s release. Has the game held up over time or should this game be welcomed to its doom? There are some good arguments in this episode.
Is there really a new Firefly and Lemony Snickets headed to Netflix? Does the old movie The Warriors still stand the test of time? And what does Tron have to do with Windows 10? All these questions and more are answered in another action packed episode of Press Continue Podcast. Can you dig it?
Brittany did some traveling the last few weeks and visited The Galloping Ghost Arcade in Chicago. What games did she play at the biggest arcade in the US? Tune in and find out.
Gamestop ruins retro game collecting, hearthstone is on your cell phone, and sega is bringing some of your favorite genesis games to 3DS. We discover a website called alpha beta gamer where we try a bunch of tiny games in development.
Press Continue Podcast is starting the year out with a bang! We pick our favorite and worst games we played of 2014 and talk new years resolutions.
Donkey kong arcade and the unique Donkey Kong gameboy are covered as well as a hardware review of the Super Gameboy adapter for SNES. There is a lot of history behind this game so be ready to learn all about it.
Brittany watches some korean horror movies and gets scared to death while Adam stays with the silly 1000 Ways to Die in the West and Guardians of the Galaxy.
News brings a Pacman restaurant to Illinois and Star Wars to Bluray.
This is the first of our #video#enhanced podcast episodes. We will be taking our old episodes and adding video to them so you can enjoy them even more! Please check out the first of them with #GoldenAxe
This week we discuss retro gaming vs current generation gaming. Which do we prefer and why. Learn about the hosts as we take you down memory lane and share our gaming history. Get up to date with some Star Wars movie news too!
This episode we discuss the arcade and Sega Genesis versions of Golden Axe. We compare the two and talk about our gaming memories as well as how we felt about playing it today. Does the game hold up after all these years? Play it again and let us know your thoughts.