One of my favorite things from the 90’s just got resurrected in the best way possible. Sega just announced their “Sega Forever” program, which allows gamers access to the Sega library on mobile. The best part about this though, is that Sega is making every game free. That’s right, you can play games from every Sega console ever, free on mobile.
The Sega Forever collection will launch with five titles to begin with, and more titles will launch every month. The games are free to play, but will support ads. If you want to play the ad-free versions of the titles, you’ll have to fork over $2. The first five games will be available to [...]
This week, Rob and Maria discuss the recent purchase of Whole Foods by Amazon, and what it means for the future of the company. The recent emergence of the “Lone Star” tick has Rob worried about never being able to eat steaks and burgers. Listen as Rob and Maria break down exactly why. Finally, Atari is rumored to be getting back into the video game console industry. Rob and Maria explore whether or not they can truly compete with the likes of Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo. They also share what [...]
Nintendo revealed new gameplay footage and mechanics for Super Mario Odyssey during their E3 conference today. Super Mario Odyssey looks to return the franchise to their wildly inventive roots not seen since Super Mario 64. There’s several new abilities, enemies, and worlds for Mario to explore, and this new trailer gives us brief glimpses at them all.
For starters, the trailer showcases a ton of action featuring Mario’s hat. It seems that his hat, or ‘Cappy’ as it’s so lovingly called now, actually gives Mario a really cool ability. Whipping Cappy onto an enemies head, allows Mario to sort of possess them, gaining their abilities in the process. [...]
Nintendo apparently has grand plans for portable gaming this year. After releasing its latest console the Nintendo Switch back in March, they’re back at again with a new twist on an old favorite. Nintendo just revealed the Nintendo 2DS XL, an offshoot of a favorite among portable gamers. The original 2DS became insanely popular due to it’s small stature and affordable price. The 2DS XL will deliver both of those still, but in a larger package.
The 2DS XL packs the same size screens as the 3DS XL, but will only cost $149.99. That’s a pretty insane deal when you consider the already massive library of games it’ll have available at launch. Speaking of [...]