Ever since Sony revealed plans to release its own mini version of the original Playstation we knew there would be 20 games included, but they only told us about five up front: Final Fantasy VII, Wild Arms, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3 and Jumping Flash. Retro lovers, the BitGeeks, invite Martin Reimer over to argue their case for which other 15 titles you can expect to see on the Playstation Classic when it’s released on December 3rd.
Mommy's Best Games is know for its bright colorful graphics, imaginative gameplay and outlandish sense of humor. The BitGeeks were privileged to welcome Nathan Fouts into the studio for an interview to promote the release of its latest game, Pig Eat Ball, available September 27th on Steam (also coming soon to PS4 and Xbox One) and we quickly discovered he was very much the linchpin of the company.
History of Mommy's Best Games 1:12
Pig Eat Ball Trailer and "Elevator Pitch"...
For the first time Nick and Ron are taking requests! After our Top 10 Ranked Game Boy Games episode a viewer said, hey, why not try these 10 games? Neither BitGeek members had ever played them so we thought it would be fun to get together and play all 10 and then talk about them. Did any of them hold up as potential gems?
#GameBoy #BitGeekPodcast #Podcast
In the conclusion of our two-part countdown of the Top 10 movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Ron, Nick and Jason reveal they each have a different #1 movie. Also what do we think the future holds in the MCU, particularly Avengers 4? Please join us to find out! #MCU #Marvel Cinematic Universe #BitGeekPodcast
There are 20 movies in the MCU and there isn't a bad one in the bunch, but the geeks welcome "4KJ" onto the show to try and rank the 10 best in this first of two shows ranking the best of the best (of the best).
No no no! I don't ant it to end, but all good things come to an end. Mark Baker-Wright from Blackrock's Toybox returns in part 2 of our tribute to Toys R Us. We do some more reminiscing look back at some history on the house Geoffrey built. Oh, and what the heck, some thoughts on other toys stores that Toys R Us had a hand in shuttering (KayBee, Child World/Children's Palace and Thornbury's).
Saying goodbye to one of our childhood mainstays is hard. Really, really hard. So the BitGeeks invited over Blackrock's Toybox's Mark Baker-Wright (a former Toys R Us employee) to talk about the good times we had at the iconic toy store and pour and pour one out (Ecto Cooler of course) to our fallen comrade, Geoffrey. #ToysRUs #BitGeekPodcast #ToysRUsKid
Check out Mark's blog: http://blackrockstoybox.blogspot.com/
It's the Gamecube's turn to be ranked with special guest, Martin Reimer. The 4th Nintendo console is one of the worst selling of its illustrious existence, but that doesn't stop the little purple cube from getting TONS of love on the Internet. In part 1 of this 2 part series we discuss what it was that made it so popular and get started with honorable mentions as well as a few from the official list.
In last week's episode of the BitGeek Podcast, special guest Kirstie (The White Machete) stopped by to talk five movies that scared us. Join us for part 2 and five more movies that scared us! We highly recommend you watch in "the lord's light"!
Scary movies are a lot of fun, but some movies really pushed our buttons and kept us up late at night. In part 1 of "movies that scared us" we welcome first-time guest, Kirstie (the White Machete), to talk about the first 5 of those movies.
Today if someone were to ask if you wanted to go to the mall, you'd probably say "What for?". Nick and Ron, a couple of OG "mallrats", walk you through what a typical trip to the mall when it was *the* place to go: The 90's.
In the conclusion of "15 of our favorite game shows" we pick where we left off at number eight. If you haven't seen part 1 be sure to check out last week's show, because professor Mark may pop a quiz on us.
Transformers guru Mark Baker-Wright (G.B. Blackrock) returns to the BitGeek Podcast to talk about another topic near and dear to his, and our, hearts. We picked 15 of our favorite classic TV game shows in part 1 of our 2-part episode.
In this week's episode the greatest gaming properties of all-time duke it out for BitGeek supremacy with special guest, Martin Reimer. Where does your favorite series appear (or will it even at all, keep in mind we're some retro loving gamers) in our rankings?