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Pat, Dan and Stoy answer the age ol' question of why even bother issuing a release date for a video game if nine times out of ten it's going to be delayed anyway. Should we wait to showcase and announce games, and even delay issuing a release date only when it's almost ready? Good conversation is had, maybe developers and publishers will listen? Or…
 
The early 2000s were the golden age of rhythm and music games and the GameCube couldn't escape their grasp on pop culture. Before Guitar Hero and Rock Band though there was Donkey Konga! The amazingly fun rhythm game played by hitting some awesome bongo peripherals and throwing some claps in there too! Join Mike, Neil and friend of the show Kyra to…
 
Recording remotely with Dan today, Pat and Stoy hang out to talk about why Milwaukee ain't so bad to be in...right? Right? For news, we talk about the Bethesda delays of Starfield and Redfall, the Nintendo Indie Showcase, the Deadspace remake release date, and Master Chief having sex. Yes. Dan has covid adventures with cleaning controllers with hyd…
 
In this era of gaming there were shooters aplenty and of course Turok, the great dinosaur hunter game is celebrating 25 years as a franchise. Unfortunately this was not the best entry into the series and ended up being it's death blow. The boys also talk with friend of the show Dan about a few other shooters such as Red Faction II and Serious Sam, …
 
Dan, Pat and Stoy are back after a couple weeks to catch up for quite a while. We share news stories like Square Enix selling off a few of their studios, Summer Games Fest dates, the Prince of Persia remake updates, and Unreal Engine 5 potential. Dan tries to explain what's going on in the Marvel Sonyverse, and plays more Elden Ring, while Pat play…
 
May the Fourth be with you! It's Star Wars Day and Neil and Mike are celebrating by taking you through six galactic games on the GameCube as well as talking at length about their memories of the franchise that has been a huge part of their lives. The boys are joined by guests Jedi Geek Girl and GameCube Galaxy to go through games such as the Lego S…
 
The GameCube was home to a wide variety of Zelda releases like Windwaker, Twilight Princess, Ocarina of Time Master Quest and more. But few remember the "other" Zelda game that came out, a multiplayer experience that blended the old with the new, a link to the past meets windwaker. This was Four Swords Adventures, a curious title on the cube that d…
 
Dan, Pat and Stoy catch the Sonic The Hedgehog 2 movie on opening weekend, and there's so much to say about it that we had to make it a podcast episode! Enjoy the deep dive into everything about the movie, and discussing the future possibilities of the next title. We are part of the Boss Rush Network, a network of like minded podcasts and content c…
 
What if you played a video game and said to yourself "hey, maybe I'd like to do that!" No, I don't mean grabbing old ladies out of cars and going for a joyride. The four of us talk about how we picked up interest in what we see in video games, like Dan picking up skateboarding from Tony Haw Pro Skater, Josh picking up guitar from Guitar Hero, Stoy …
 
WHAT ARE YOU DOING IN MY SWAMP!? To celebrate 21 years of Shrek Mike & Neil take a look back on the green ogre and keep his memory alive by talking about 4 Shrek Games on the GameCube. That includes the nearly unplayable Shrek Extra Large, Shrek Smash & Crash kart racer, Shrek Super Slam, a smash bros clone that has developed quite the community, a…
 
The gang is back together to share cautious optimism for the upcoming Streets of Rage movie, and a Battletoads and Double Dragon announcement? And who else thinks the TMNT Cowabunga Collection Collector's Edition is too damn much for not enough stuff?? Josh and Dan play Elden Ring of course, and Pat shares his hope for Light Fairytale Episode 1, an…
 
Pat, Dan and Stoy shoot the breeze about some of our favorite Sonic the Hedgehog games throughout the 30 years Sonic has been a video game icon. From his start in the Sega Genesis days, to the dark side of Sonic 06, Sonic Boom, Colors, and even his best like Adventure 1 & 2, Sonic Mania, and many many more! We can all agree that he is one of video …
 
It's almost easter which means the boys are taking a break and going on their own easter egg hunt, but never fear, Side Mission 9 is here! Mike and Neil discuss the history of easter eggs, what the differences are between easter eggs and references, and talk about some of their earliest memories of discovering some of these secrets in games and oth…
 
Just Pat, Dan and Stoy on this one as they compare the mutton chops of former U.S. Presidents at the start of the episode. After that we talk about the Kingdom Hearts 4 announcement, Activision bringing on their QA testers as full time employees, and playing games like Elden Ring, Kirby, Chrono Cross, House of the Dead, and Lego Star Wars The Skywa…
 
We answer the age old question if we ever go back to a video game and play the post game DLC that gets launched, whether it be story driven, extra campaign and game modes, and of course actual ending DLC that people make you pay for. That's not cool. Enjoy the episode! We are part of the Boss Rush Network, a network of like minded podcasts and cont…
 
Sonic Heroooooes!! A great theme song for a polarizing game. This week to celebrate the release of Sonic The Hedgehog 2, Mike & Neil look back on Sonic, Tails, Knuckles and even Big the Cat in this fun edition of the GameCube Was Cool. The boys are joined by enemy of the pod Ramon who briefly fills in for Neil after a meltdown, and Marcelo of GameC…
 
We record remotely again because Stoy keeps getting sick. We discuss Zelda Breath of the Wild 2 getting delayed, Undead Labs getting into some trouble, Sony's answer to Xbox's Game Pass, E3 getting canceled and...who knows!? Besides that we got a lot of games to talk about, like Kirby and the Forgotten Land, Elden Ring again, Ghostwire Tokyo, Tiny …
 
It's a strange time out there folks. The sands of time seem to have taken hold on this week's episode of the GameCube Was Cool. Listen to Mike & Neil chat about Pitfall, Tomb Raider Legend, and the Prince of Persia trilogy on the GameCube. Ranging from the dark Warrior Within (which you could play on Blackberry?!?) to Two Thrones, to the classic an…
 
We start things off with a "state of the podcast" announcement at 17:47 where we thank our Patreon subscribers, and update our upload scheduling for the foreseeable future, so stay focused with us at that point! Besides that, Stoy shares all the controversy surrounding Gran Turismo 7 and why it's getting review bombed, GTA Online subscription servi…
 
Part 2 of The GameCube Was Cool's Paper Mario celebration has Mike & Neil discussing the game and the franchise with friend of the show Jason as well as Kate Gray, an amazing video game journalist who's written for Nintendo Life, Kotaku, and even did a review of Paper Mario Color Splash for Rolling Stone! There's so much to cover about this wonderf…
 
The crew records remotely and invites Stephanie from the Boss Rush Network Podcast to talk about tons of news and games. We talk about Sony now in the crosshairs of sexual misconduct lawsuits, Starfield reveals, Hogwarts Legacy showcase, FOLDERS ON THE NINTENDO SWITCH (wow), and Witcher 4 updates. We also talk about games like Elden Ring, Tunic, St…
 
One of the greatest GameCube games, RPGs, or any game for that matter gets the two-parter treatment here on the GameCube Was Cool. Neil & Mike dive into the world of Paper Mario, from the series' beginnings in Super Mario RPG to the latest entry on Switch. However, none can compare to the beautiful, quirky, original, dark, charming edition that is …
 
Josh and Stoy meet up for another episode of showing off their recent pick ups, after a jaunt up to Appleton and Oshkosh for a Sega Dreamcast, some in-box SNES games, Grandia II, Simpsons Hit and Run, Tenchu again, and so much more! Enjoy the episode, and don't forget to pour one out for your WII U and 3DS storefronts. We are part of the Boss Rush …
 
Dan comes up with an idea about mind and body takeovers in video games, and we start out in deep territory, only to delve into imagining Andy Serkis as a hot dog. Weird stuff. We talk about Nier Automata, Bioshock, Mario Odyssey, Mass Effect, Psi Ops, and many more games and series that tackle this concept. Enjoy the episode! We are part of the Bos…
 
Hit the links with The GameCube Was Cool in today's episode all about golf games to celebrate the spring and St. Patrick's day of course! Join Mike, Neil and friends of the show Marty and Harrison to talk about the Tiger Woods PGA Tour series from 2003 to 2006 and how these games have stood the test of time and provided inspiration to the newest 2K…
 
How do you start a successful business? We at the EXPCast show you how! In this episode we go through everything announced at the Sony State of Play, and share our gameplay experiences with the new Kirby demo, Elden Ring, RPG Time: Legend of Wright, Triangle Strategty, and a five year old game called Battle Chasers Nightwar. Enjoy the episode. We a…
 
For some reason we need to pull off a major heist, and we need a team of the best of the best video game characters. We need a heavy weapons expert, a point person, a wild card, and many more roles filled. We pick our own individual ones, and come together at the end to form a super team! Enjoy the episode! We'll see if Master Chief, Dante, and eve…
 
Start your engines!!! It's the Need For Speed episode here at The GameCube Was Cool podcast and Mike & Neil are diving into five NFS games on the cube. Friends of the show Marty, Victor, and Brian are here to celebrate the franchise's long run with Hot Pursuit 2, Most Wanted, Underground 1 and 2, and Carbon. Victor even lets the boys know that they…
 
The four of us are back to complain about Capcom's tournament rules, Nintendo pulling Smash Bros from Evo, Resident Evil current gen upgrades, and playing games like Elden Ring, Gran Turismo 7, Pokemon Arceus, Triangle Strategy, Horizon Forbidden West, and more! Enjoy the episode! We are part of the Boss Rush Network, a network of like minded podca…
 
While Batman makes his long awaited return to the big screen, Neil and Mike cover the Dark Knight's games for the GameCube as well as reminiscing about their memories of the caped crusader throughout the years. The early 2000s were an interesting time for Batman and we got two very serviceable games based on the animated series in Batman: Vengeance…
 
Just Pat and Stoy on this episode, where we kick things off talking about the Pokemon Direct, PSVR2 impressions, and playing games like Horizon Forbidden West, Martha Is Dead, Youtubers Life 2 (yes seriously...) and of course, Elden Ring, which we deep dive into and talk about our thoughts on our playing experiences with it (one experienced, one no…
 
Pat has to moderate this one because Stoy yells a lot on this one bro. Eddie takes up the mantle to defend former COO of Nintendo of America Reggie Fils Aime, and Stoy takes arms to defend current CEO of Microsoft Gaming in a battle of the ages; who's the more influential person in the video game ecosphere? Find out when Pat declares a winner at th…
 
A name synonymous with tactical and stealth shooters on the sixth generation of consoles, there were nine Tom Clancy Games released on the GameCube between 2002 and 2006. Three Rainbow Six games including Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield, four Splinter Cell games including Mike's personal favourite, Splinter Cell: Chaos theory, which he believes may be …
 
Pat and Stoy are joined by Eddie from the Nintendo Pow Block podcast. We talk about what grinds our gears, Nintendo shutting down the Wii U and 3DS shops, Ubisoft "open" to a buyout, and playing games like Horizon Forbidden West, Tales of Luminaria, Cyberpunk 2077 upgrade, Infernax, Dying Light II, and more! Enjoy the episode. We are part of the Bo…
 
The only real online game for the GameCube, the Phantasy Star Online series came over from Sega's failed Dreamcast console to become a mainstay in the cube's library for the past 20 years. Mike & Neil interview guests and PSO enthusiasts Luigi (of Chat of the Wild and Need For Speedrunning podcasts) and Kayak (who runs the GC side of development fo…
 
The crew reminds you to always tip your server or bartender, it's rough out there man. 00:18 - News Stories (Nintendo Direct, Wolf Among Us 2) 01:02 - This week’s releases 01:12 - Dan plays Pokemon Arceus 01:18 - Josh and Stoy play Sifu 01:32 - Pat plays Rise of the Third Power 01:38 - Stoy and Pat play Edge of Eternity We are part of the Boss Rush…
 
Josh and Stoy, both avid video game collectors, kick off a new series called Retro Pick Ups, a timed Patreon-exclusive series where they share their recent retro pick ups that they come across! Josh picked up Fear Effect 2 SEALED, Billy Hatcher, Power Rangers for the SNES, and others while Stoy picked up Tales of the Abyss, Hunter The Reckoning, an…
 
This week the boys cover a hodgepodge of games on the GameCube starting with the Power Rangers series: Power Rangers: Dino Thunder where the player controlled dinosaur mechs. They continue to Dinotopia The Sunstone Odysssey (clearly a Dino theme in this episode) as well as the classic arcade game turned to 3D cel shaded gem Dragon's Lair 3D with ar…
 
The crew are releasing one episode this week, but it's jam packed with content! We talk about GTA VI, Sony buying Bungie for some reason, and playing games like Dying Light 2, Bloodborne DeMake, Pokemon Arceus, Uncharted 4, and Dragon Age Inqusition. Enjoy the episode! We are part of the Boss Rush Network, a network of like minded podcasts and cont…
 
Pat, Dan and Stoy sit down to discuss what game franchises need a refresh in gameplay or mechanics, but still retain their original charm? Imagine World of Warcraft but as an action RPG, Mega Man as an open world game, or The Legend of Zelda as an MMO? We can only dream... We are part of the Boss Rush Network, a network of like minded podcasts and …
 
The GameCube era was a time where Nintendo put their name behind a multitude of games that resulted in some great titles, and others that have been lost to time. In this episode Neil and Mike look back on two Nintendo published, GameCube exclusive "robo" games: Custom Robo; a Gundam style mech game where the robots are very small, and Chibi-Robo; a…
 
Pat, Dan and Stoy talk about frozen jimmies to start this episode. It's weird. And also trying to explain Ubisoft's attempt at NFTs with their "Digits" program, Call of Duty having a murky future, and playing games like Monster Hunter, Turing Test, Pokemon Legends Arceus, Nobody Saves The World, and Uncharted 4 for the PS5. We are part of the Boss …
 
The four of us get together to share what our video game industry predictions for 2021 were, and if they panned out. We will also double down on a few of our predictions for 2022, like if Sony will create a Game Pass competitor, and if Mario Kart 9 is coming out this year. Keep track for us! We are part of the Boss Rush Network, a network of like m…
 
Gotta catch 'em all! Mike & Neil dive into two Pokemon games for the GameCube that have achieved near legendary status over the past few years. Colosseum and XD: Gale of Darkness are two games that were polarizing on release but have since found a following as two of many great pokemon spin off series games. The boys are joined by enemy of the pod …
 
The foursome is here to talk about shitty pizza parties, and everything new that came out with the Activision/Microsoft buyout since last week! After that we talk about games we've played like Rainbow Six Extraction, Haunted Hell's Reach, The Gunk, Alan Wake Remastered, Disco Elysium, Legend of Dragoon, Pupperazzi, and MORE! We are part of the Boss…
 
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