Ghouls n’ Ghosts puts you in the armor of the fearless Arthur as he fights through 5 levels of hard as hell levels to save the princess from the devil. We discuss this classic Sega Genesis and arcade title from Capcom from the viewpoint of a veteran player and a newcomer to the series. Has this game stood the test of time?
True Detective and Orange is the New Black finales happened and the Ninja Turtles new season starts up. New amiibo and Zelda Triforce Heroes are on the way soon from Nintendo. Star Wars Battlefront and Starfox Zero shows off some new footage. Are all these new games living up to thte hype? We sure hope so!
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.
Come on a journey with Press Continue Podcast as we tour some of the local arcades in North Carolina and part of South Carolina. We discuss what they are doing right, what they are doing wrong, and if arcades can survive in the modern world.
Walking Dead’s season finale brings more death, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates go to war in The Pirates of Silicone Valley, and dig in the desert with Atari: Game Over in our TV coverage. An old game on Kickstarter gets funded and Hyperkin’s april fools joke may come true.
Bruce Lee for the Commodore 64 has been a long requested game for the Press Continue Podcast to review. Punching, kicking, and jumping our way through the evil wizard’s castle. Does this game still hold up after all these years?
We discuss some of the new and upcoming movies such as Pixels, Chappy, Frozen 2, and What We Do in the Shadows. Some news of remakes of old games like Clay Fighter and Sword Coast Legends brings D&D to online play.
We go way back into gaming history and visit the Texas Instruments Computer. Learn all about the old computer system and one of the top rated games for the system, Hunt the Wumpus.
Fashion tips,random singing, and Adam watches an episode of Walking Dead. Things are really getting strange around here when Adam is watching zombies. A bunch of 80’s movies are thrown in for good measure like Revenge of the Nerds and Better Off Dead. Is the new show on Netflix called Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt worth watching?
Nintendo has some big announcements about their future plans with a partnership with DeNA and announces the Nintendo NX project. We speculate what we think they are planning for this new system. And Five Nights at Freddys 2 freaks us out.
Press Continue Podcast discusses the Neo Geo system from SNK and their hit games Metal Slug 1, 2, and X. There is a lot to learn about this system and this series that is an iconic game from the 90’s. Come save the POWs and the world with us!
Some strange movies are found on Netflix this week and the triumphant return of Bebop and Rocksteady to Ninja Turtles top the list of TV news. Gaming news brings word of some prizes for long time fans of World of Warcraft and arcades may have some new surprises in the near future from Sega. Mcdonalds does some secret saucing on eBay.
Its an action packed show with a lo of laughs. We had a lot of fun with this show!
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The Streets of Rage series for Sega Genesis has long been considered one of the best beat ’em ups ever made. We play part 1 and 2 and compare the Streets of Rage series to it’s rival game for the SNES, Final Fight. This episode is loaded with music from the series so put your headphones on for these kickin‘ beats!
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