Super patron MegaDaffy comes on the show to discuss with us good licensed games in history, including ones you may not have heard of!
Pick a license, any license, ARGonauts! We are joined by one of our patrons MegaDaffy for this special episode where he decided the topic – good licensed video games. There are the obvious and not so obvious ones covered here, plus plenty of responses from listeners like YOU! Also, be sure to check out our Patreon to see how you too can come on the show as a special guest.
This week’s news covers the Sega Genesis 30th anniversary and SNES controllers possibly coming to Switch. That’s followed by an NES cartridge selling for big money and hope for a new Power Stone from one of the game’s designers.
The Stage of History preps us with quality licensed games Chip n’ Dale Rescue Rangers and The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay. Robert makes bustin’ feel good with the 2009 Ghostbusters game during Obscura. Be sure to grab our game code giveaways, then stick with us for another round of Random Select! Who could Robert be this time?
- Sega Genesis Mini proves Sega is ready to take its legacy seriously
- New SNES Controllers Hint That Nintendo Switch Online Could Get Way Better
- Rare NES cartridge worth $13,000 traded in to Seattle game shop
- Power Stone Producer Says He’d Love to Make New Installment, Would Be Great Fit for Nintendo Switch
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Another Retro Gaming Podcast, or ARGcast for short, is a celebration of the video games we grew up with. Your host, David Giltinan, delivers the latest in retro gaming related news, an onslaught of amazing guests, loads of game code giveaways, and more. Subscribe and become an ARGonaut today!