We previously spoke on an episode of Outpost Show last year in May, and since then he’s seen his daughter come into the world, move house, revamp his ‘Tired Old Hack‘ site, and complete his first book, the ‘NES Encyclopedia‘ guide which comes outon the 30th March.
We go into his process with the book, alongside our thoughts on Google Stadia, how likely a release of ‘Rare Replay‘ could be on Switch and using Twitter to share your content, alongside much, much more.
This week a Nintendo Direct was announced and shown, and it wasn’t until the end that a remake of Link’s Awakening was announced for the Nintendo Switch. With that, Matt joins me to also gush over the original on the Game Boy, alongside discussing remakes and nostalgia in general. We also manage to talk about Matt’s two choices, alongside what could have been for certain games.
We also talk briefly about a certain Shadow Moses game, where Matt gives an opinion that leaves me surprised!
Andy is someone I met through Twitter last June, where he was asking me about a keyboard. Since then, I’ve seen him launch ‘The Dent‘, and the podcast alongside the site of the same name. There, he focuses on topics that involve Apple, and his workflow with his iPad.
Of course, after his appearance in the iPad Special episode in October, it was only a matter of time before he appeared in his own episode.
We talk all about his workflow and history of the iPad, alongside that now-famous question: Who does he want to see in Smash Bros Ultimate?
A new year calls for a guest who has been an affiliate for the iPad-Only lifestyle, and who better than Federico Viticci.
The Editor-in-Chief of MacStories, a podcaster of Connected, Remaster and a whole lot more on RelayFM, we talk about his challenges with USB-C, where the iPad can go, and of course, Super Smash Bros Ultimate.