Polygon and Kotaku founder Brian Crecente joins us to passionately share his love for portable gaming with a look through handheld consoles in history!
Take us on the go, ARGonauts! We’re joined by Polygon and Kotaku founder Brian Crecente in this heavily informative episode on the history of handheld gaming. We talk about Nintendo (of course), but also shine a spotlight on the lesser-known consoles. Gizmondo? N-Gage? Cybiko? We cover them all!
This week’s news is jam-packed starting with PlayStation skipping E3 (again) and new details on the Super Nintendo World theme park. That’s followed by Awesome Games Done Quick shattering records, Limited Run releasing Streets of Rage 4, Super Mario Bros. running on an Intellivision II, and Rogue One writer Gary Whitta eyeing Star Fox.
The Stage of History shows some Neo Geo Pocket Color love with Sonic the Hedgehog Pocket Adventure. Robert then takes to the skies with After Burner: Black Falcon for PSP during Obscura. And if you’re a PlayStation Vita fan, don’t forget to grab our game codes for NightCry and Collar X Malice.
- PlayStation is skipping E3 2020
- Japan’s Super Nintendo World theme park will feature smart Mario-themed wristbands
- Awesome Games Done Quick Shatters Fundraising Record at Its 10th Anniversary Event
- Limited Run Games announces Streets of Rage 4 physical release (TWITTER)
- Super Mario Bros on Intellivision (YOUTUBE)
- Rogue One’s writer wants to make a Star Fox film
- The Evolution of Handheld Video Gaming in 17 Consoles
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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!