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Sometimes, there are stories big enough you need to dedicate an entire episode to them. That happened this week, as Microsoft purchased publishing giant Activision Blizzard in a landmark $68.7 billion deal. We break down all the angles on this acquisition, such as the impact Activision Blizzard's recent legal trouble may have had on this deal, the …
 
Sometimes you have weeks when nothing really happens. Then you have weeks like this, when a ton of news both from the homebrew communities and mainstream gaming media is revealed. In this episode, we start off with the biggest controversy so far in 2022 - Microsoft seemingly out of the blue removing dev access for people who paid for it on the Xbox…
 
In this week's episode we dive into the vast homebrew scene of the Wii U, discussing the new Tiramisu environment developed by Maschell. We also talk about how the Wii U is arguably one of the best emulation consoles especially if you have a Tesla. With android phones becoming more powerful by the month, it's no surprise Switch emulators have start…
 
In this week's episode we discuss the PS4 9.00 jailbreak that has made most PS4 consoles out in the wild completely hackable, with the slight possibility that an exploit on the PS5 could be possible in the near future. Speaking of Sony products, apparently one of Death Stranding's unique gameplay features is one of them now. Finally, we briefly tal…
 
Listen to this week's episode of the Tempcast if you didn't get a chance to view The Game Awards 2021, it's basically the same thing only you miss out on 75% of the announcements (admittedly, we only talked about the ones that matter) and 100% less Imagine Dragons. We also talk about how a Sony VP got caught trying to do some bad stuff, the Sonic 2…
 
In this week's episode we have RyRyIV chime in to discuss his love for Resident Evil 4 and why it's practically the best game ever made, even better than his personal favorite Resident Evil 5. While dedicated modders bring the game back to life in HD with an upcoming mod pack, Take Two is issuing trademark violations to seemingly everyone who uses …
 
In this week's low energy, last minute episode, relauby and Chary talk about the General Public License, two cool Ocarina of Time homebrew projects, Kojima Productions opening up a new L.A. division, D.C. Douglas possibly leaking a Resident Evil 4 remake, the turnaround on fan reception to Cyberpunk 2077 and Sony's new patent for a mobile controlle…
 
In this week's episode two buffoons and RyRyIV have a somewhat coherent discussion about Rockstar games releasing an apology for the disastrous GTA Trilogy "definitive" edition, which is something we have been discussing every week for the past year or so it seems. There's also possible legal trouble for the CEO of Activision/Blizzard Bobby Kotick …
 
Just like the Nintendo console, Tempcast 64 although ambitious proves to be underwhelming in terms of the content it provides. Sure, we have some cool scene news like Pokemon BDSP leaking, as well as the PS2 emulator PCSX2 hitting an important milestone. The PS5 also got "hacked", twice, and we explain in quite poor technical detail why this isn't …
 
In this week's clickbait-titled episode we unsurprisingly cling on the news about famous SX OS developer Gary Bowser pleading guilty in the recent lawsuit against him which shook the Nintendo Switch hacking scene. Leading expert and certified lawyer Ericzander chimes in with his superficial, yet at the same time meaningful knowledge about the case …
 
In this week's terrifying episode, we dwell into a cauldron of topics. Starting off, we revisit the Sega Saturn emulator found in the release of Cotton Guardian Force on the Switch, which was discovered by GBAtemp user lisreal2401. We also discuss RPCS3 hitting an incredible milestone of being able to boot every single PS3 game, as well as the Unch…
 
In this week's mediocre but thankfully short episode, we discuss the few things that happened this week in regards to the Switch. Specifically, the price reveal for the Switch Online "expansion pack" being as disappointing as this podcast. If you have a Switch OLED and want to play N64 games at a reasonable price - you might just be in luck, for it…
 
On this week's disorganized episode, the crew talks about the major Twitch hack that happened this week, and touches on the Facebook outage while discussing a new program that allows you to disconnect your Quest 2 headset from your Facebook and Oculus accounts. Also, resident Metroid fan AlanJohn gives his thoughts on Metroid Dread and resident Kin…
 
Low energy, little effort - you can use these words to describe a lot of things. For example, the rumors spread by certain websites this week, or this episode of the Tempcast. Hey, even the description is meh. Join us on this episode as we discuss the latest leaks from Konami and Nintendo, whether or not they're real or if anyone really cares, as w…
 
In this week's episode we are in shock and awe as everybody else from the Nintendo Direct which happened on September 23rd. From the Super Mario movie cast reveal to N64 games finally coming to the switch, albeit not in a way many of us hoped, we discuss these topics in excruciating detail. Furthermore, we talk about the new and revamped GBAtemp V8…
 
In this week's episode we discuss the many announcements made during the PlayStation Showcase, including the GoW Ragnarok trailer and Spider-man 2 teaser, which confused our comic book experts and hosts into thinking Venom is Mexican. Seriously, how do they NOT know about Kraven the Hunter? AlanJohn would've known, he cringes alongside all the othe…
 
In this week's episode of the Tempcast, our crew of four discuss some of the latest topics in the gaming world. As always, our resident legal expert, Ericzander, gives his lawyerly take, this time, on the Take Two lawsuit regarding re3 and reVC. We also venture into other tangents about Pokemon, Jordan's very in-depth take on the latest screenshots…
 
In this week's mediocre at best episode we discuss a myriad of topics such as Martin Luther King Jr. appearing in Fortnite as some kind of avant-garde historical gaming lecture, the second Metroid Dread trailer which contains spoilers, and also the Saints Row reboot reveal. Finally, we discuss Nintendo's further attempts at shutting down any fan pr…
 
Join the Tempcast crew as they round down the biggest news items of the week! First up, we discuss the recent Pokémon presentation that gave new updates on the upcoming Diamond & Pearl remakes, as well as the new spin-off title, Pokémon Legends: Arceus. Next, we discuss the suspicious activity surrounding Fortnite's latest update. Then, we discuss …
 
In this week's anniversary episode of Tempcast, we celebrate by giving you a rundown of the week's gaming news! First up is the rumoured GTA Trilogy remaster collection, followed by some updates on stories we've covered in the past. We get an update on what's happening at Activision Blizzard, talk about the latest part of the Blue Box Studios saga,…
 
In this week's episode we discuss the Retro Engine editing tool soon to be released by Taxman, something that will definitely encourage the creation of new Sonic fan games. More troubling news from Activision/Blizzard, with the president leaving the company after daily controversies. We are also joined by Jordan "RyRyIV", who kindly reached out to …
 
In this week's episode, we start off by detailing a cool new homebrew project that demakes Rocket League for the Nintendo Gamecube. Then, we speculate on what the rumoured Netflix Pokemon live-action show will look like, before speculating on the reasons behind Horizon Forbidden West's rumoured delay. Finally, we close out the show with an update o…
 
In this week's episode we discuss the announcements from EA's Live presentation, specifically just one - Dead Space getting a remake. None of us ever played Dead Space 1, 2 or 3 so choosing this topic to discuss was a silly idea, but there really wasn't much else going on this week. We also talked about how the Dolphin emulator now has mGBA integra…
 
In this week's episode we talk about YouTuber VK, who has seemingly found a way to permanently fix the drifting issues plaguing the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con for years. Though we cannot confirm whether or not this resolves the issue 100% completely, people have reported positive results. We also discuss the newly announced Switch Pro - I mean, Steam …
 
In this week's episode we finally discuss the new Switch model being announced and the disappointment it brewed in the community, as well as some Assassin's Creed/Ubisoft stuff nobody really cares about. After that, we briefly talk about the new GBAtemp raffle happening soon. Finally, for the most controversial topic by far, Eric "Ericzander" Zande…
 
In this week's brief episode we discuss the announced partnership between Konami and "The Medium" developer Bloober, Kojima productions allegedly signing a letter of intent alongside Microsoft, and Sony acquiring PC port studio Nixxes. We also give an update on the ongoing Blue Box / Kojima situation, which is seemingly getting more convoluted as t…
 
This week, Stephen and Chary sit down to give some quick updates related to E3 announcements that have trickled out in the week following the show on games like Legend of Mana, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and Back 4 Blood. They also give two Kojima-related updates; one on a fan revival of Metal Gear Online that's now playable on PS3, and one about …
 
In this week's episode we start off with a recap of E3 2021, discussing our favorite announcements and cringiest moments. This segment includes a brief discussion about Metroid Dread and some Zelda theories. Afterwards, we briefly discuss Elden Ring's new gameplay trailer. Finally, we tackle the hottest conspiracy in the gaming world right now - th…
 
In this bite-sized episode, we bring you the news of the week that's happening outside of E3. Namely, Geoff Keighley's competitor to E3, the Summer Games Fest, ran earlier in the week and had a few interesting announcements, including a director's cut of Death Stranding. We also detail the recent EA ransomware attack that saw the source code for th…
 
In this extra late edition, we take a look at a recent lawsuit against Capcom filed by a photographer who alleges they stole her work without licensing it. Continuing with that theme, we discuss a lawsuit filed against the proprietor of a ROM site. Finally, in preparation for E3 starting tomorrow, we give our predictions on what we'll see at the sh…
 
In this week's episode we start off with a roundup of the recent Sonic Central stream, detailing all the announcements made as well as speculating about the 2022 Sonic game, joined by GBAtemp Sonic fan and chief editor Chary. Sony's controversial State of Play for Horizon Forbidden West has triggered outrage in the community for some reason, which …
 
In this week's episode we discuss a myriad of semi-important topics, starting off with Bethesda doing a joint presentation alongside Microsoft at this years E3. Furthermore, we give our opinions about the Timesplitters franchise finally being revived by Deep Silver, Gears of War 3 on the PS3, as well as the new SX OS hack by GBAtemp member Reacher1…
 
This week, Stephen and Eric are joined by resident Resident Evil expert Jordan to break down the newest release in the franchise: Resident Evil Village. We give our broad opinions on it before diving into spoilers, going into our favourite characters, boss battles and where we think the franchise might be headed after this. Also, Eric doesn't have …
 
This week, we're running a skeleton crew with only Ericzander and Stephen on hand to discuss this week's topics such as the appearance of possible SX OS clone chips, Sony's partnership with Discord, and the possibility of a lawsuit targeting Sony's control of its digital marketplace. We also discuss several big revelations that have come out of the…
 
Look, I'll be honest with you: not a lot happened this week. We tried to talk about the new connectivity between the Dolphin emulator and mGBA, but we ended up talking about GameBoy Advance Video cartridges. We tried to talk about Konami ditching E3, and just talked about how weird Yu-Gi-Oh! is nowadays. The real death knell this week was the Among…
 
This week, GBAtemp's resident lawyer Eric Zander breaks down the extreme legal complexities of Nintendo's recent injunction against the manufacturer of RCM loader devices. Then, we get an informed legal opinion from Eric Zander on the long-awaited ports of The Great Ace Attorney games. We're also joined by newly-minted legal practitioner Eric Zande…
 
This week, we are again joined by Resident Evil & Castlevania expert RyRyIV, to discuss Capcom's big Resident Evil showcase and the end of Netflix's Castlevania anime! We also touch on a new, unreleased mod for Half-Life Alyx that removes the requirement for VR. Finally, resident legal expert Ericzander gives his take on the lawsuit filed by Ninten…
 
This week, we're joined by resident Mass Effect & Castlevania expert Jordan to fill us in on the changes coming to the Mass Effect Legendary Trilogy and the recently discovered prototype for the cancelled Castlevania title, Castlevania: Resurrection. We also dissect two popular rumours that have been circulating this week: the possibility of Micros…
 
This week, we follow up on the woes plaguing the Super Seducer series and it’s difficulty getting released. We also go over CD Projekt Red’s latest apology for Cyberpunk, discuss the ESA’s announcement that this year’s E3 will be all-digital, and rail against unnecessary always online requirements in single player games. Finally, we shout out the K…
 
In this week's episode we discuss the Ghost of Tsushima movie announcement, Qualcomm working on a switch-like system, a new Pikmin AR game by Niantic and the newly found Nintendo 64 Disk Drive devkit. We also briefly discuss the (now confirmed) rumour that Sony is closing the PS3, PSP and PS Vita stores.…
 
In this week's episode, we start off by discussing the recent controversy around Super Seducer 3 being denied on Steam, the implications this has for Steam's policy against "adult" content as well as speculation as to why it was removed. Meanwhile, in the hacking community, good news concerning the Grand Theft Auto franchise - Rockstar has implemen…
 
In this week's episode we discuss Tonyhax, the new PS1 softmod backup loader, as well as the DSi's arm7 bootrom finally being dumped, two major events in the homebrew and hacking community. Also, this episode we're joined by special guest RyRyIV, who, being a longtime Game Pass user gives us his thoughts about twenty Bethesda games coming to the Mi…
 
In this week's short episode we discuss the leaked Elden Ring trailer which has been circulating the web recently, and give our thoughts about the brief glimpses of gameplay seen. We also talk about the reports of Google paying supposedly up to tens of millions of dollars for AAA games to be on their streaming service, Stadia, and whether or not th…
 
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