We get our hands bloody talking about the good, bad, and good again of the Mortal Kombat franchise with friends of the show David Craddock and Andre Tipton.
Get over here, ARGonauts! We talk about all things Mortal Kombat in this episode commemorating the bloody fighting game franchise. Friends of the show David Craddock and Andre Tipton join us for a trip down memory lane full of fatalities and trips to the printer for monetary gain.
Our news this week kicks us off with game reveals for Sega Genesis Mini and Castlevania Anniversary Collection. There’s also Nintendo at it again shutting down a fanmade project and Retro-Bit showing some N64 love. There’s also the release of Virtua Racing for Switch and the fanciest game emulator you will ever see.
The Stage of History has us screaming to the high heavens with Mortal Kombat Trilogy and Deadly Alliance. Robert goes covert with Mortal Kombat: Special Forces in Obscura. Don’t forget to grab our game code giveaways, then stick around for another Random Select. Who could Robert be this time?
- EARTHWORM JIM AND STREETS OF RAGE 2 ARE COMING TO THE SEGA GENESIS MINI
- Nintendo issues DMCA takedown for Super Mario Bros. Commodore 64 port
- Full 8-Game Lineup Revealed for the Castlevania Anniversary Collection
- N64 controller returns to Switch with the Retro-Bit Tribute64
- Sega Ages Virtua Racing Speeds Onto The Japanese eShop Next Week
- This $2,799 emulator is the fanciest retro game console around
- Katana Zero review for Nintendo Switch | Feeling that Hotline swing
- ARGcast Mini #14: Making Mortal Kombat with John Tobias
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