Looking back at Nintendo handhelds - ARGcast (PODCAST)

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Now we’re playing with portable power as Andre Tipton of Real Otaku Gamer joins us to talk about Nintendo handhelds in history!

Take us on the go, ARGonauts! Friend of the show Andre Tipton of Real Otaku Gamer comes back on to discuss Nintendo handhelds. That includes everything from the Game & Watch to the now 8-year-old Nintendo 3DS.

This week has us catching up with the news about the new Pokémon games, Sword and Shield. That’s followed by new announcements for fighting games Samurai Shodown and Mortal Kombat 11. Then we discuss the resurrection of a canceled Genesis game and the return of a Star Wars classic for Xbox.

The Stage of History has us celebrate portable fan favorites Pokémon Yellow and the first WarioWare. Robert then puts up his dukes with Super Street Fighter IV for 3DS in Obscura. Don’t forget to grab our game code giveaways, and then stick around for another round of Random Select. Who could David be this time?

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David Giltinan
David has been involved in games media since 2012 running his own blog, YouTube channel, being a founding member of RETRO Magazine, and now as host/producer of ARGcast - Another Retro Gaming Podcast. He also dabbles in voiceover and is occasionally a stunt double for Jude Law.


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