Nerd Cave Retro is a podcast dedicated to those who grew up in the '80s and '90s with classic Nintendo games. Hosts Derek Diamond and Jason Robbins discuss their memories of NES and SNES games, and offer advice to those who want to get into collecting the classics. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nerdcaveretro/support
This week we celebrate 250 episodes! We talk about more bad news from Blizzard/Activision, Zelda Game & Watch hides a cool little secret, KOTOR gets multiple Limited Run releases, & Jason reviews Twisted Metal: Black for the PS2.
This week, LoZ Game & Watch lets you play Japanese and Western versions, Netflix Games begins its worldwide rollout, Metal Gear Solid games removed over Historical footage, & Derek reviews Sonic R for the Sega Saturn.
This week, Nintendo's "Expansion Pack" video is it's most disliked YouTube video ever, Sega joins forces with Microsoft, Nintendo shutters two offices, and Jason reviews Ghostbusters 1 & 2 for the NES.
This week, GBA's unreleased DUNE game getting revived, Sonic Mania 2 may be scrapped, Grand Theft Auto Trilogy on Switch requires a huge download, and Derek reviews Castlevania: Circle of the Moon for the GameBoy Advance.
This week, Nintendo launches a new Switch Online 'Expansion Pack", the PS5 has outsold the Switch in 2021, the Analog Pocket launches with its own OS, & Jason reviews Savage Halloween for the Nintendo Switch.
Happy Halloween! We are joined by Joey Image (@JoeyImageTV) & the official NCR Fact Checker Wally Phelps (@TheRealBigWall) to talk about the newest installment in the Halloween franchise, Halloween Kills. **Spoilers Ahead**
This week, Super Mario fans catapult the original 1993 movie to number one on Amazon sales charts, Konami competition tasking indie devs with reviving the classics, X-Box celebrates it's 20th anniversary, and Derek reviews Metroid Prime for the Nintendo GameCube.