We start with the show with a Buy, Rent, Burn of GBA games that on surface level is a surprise difference to how it landed. We sit down with Cassidy of Replay Games in Fargo and talk how the economics of gaming might be best spent per hour. Finally we finish the show with maybe the oddest contest winnings out there.
This episode has been two years in the making and to celebrate, Justin has joined us to rip through some NES games in Buy, Rent, Burn. We catch up a bit and discuss some E3 Happenings. Then to end the show, we reminisce over some of our favorite memories of the podcast so far.
The Gamers master some Master System games this week, forecast the nearly absent future of GameStop, and check in on Apple's corporate Tetris scores in the Failbag.
Atari 2600 is the console of the day and we pick 3 games for a system with little to no nostalgia for the group. We discover dogs and VR do not mix. Finally we discuss the physical merits of Waluigi in the Failbag
Atari 2600 is the console of the day and we pick 3 games for the group. We discover dogs and VR do not mix. Finally we discuss the physical merits of Waluigi in the Failbag.
A special 5-person roundtable of tired and fed gamers discuss the best sights, games, and meats of MGC 2019.
With 3 good Game Boy games to start the show, it's hard to not have a great Buy, Rent, Burn discussion. Then the aftermath of the Fargo Game Exchange and our streaming future. Plus some Nintendo Nightmares.
It's D-Day with Buy, Rent, Burn and a group of Sega games. The Wizard Gamers meet up to tell us about their content, Extra Life efforts and amiibo addictions. We end with the show with quality advice and reasoning on why classic games will be rereleased forever.
A great selection of GBA games kicks off the show in Buy, Rent, Burn. Then we welcome our new overlord Bowser followed by more disturbing game ideas in the Failbag.
It's Famicom week and we found a couple gems and a Garfield game. A new Battle Royale hits the streets, and lastly, what substances are on a cartridge?