Multiplayer Showcase is the review show where you get to see me and some friends of mine play multiplayer games that have been long forgotten and give it a proper analysis by sharing our opinions on the game in a roundtable discussion to see how things have held up for gaming’s past brightest stars and lowest points.
This episode compares the boxing gloves to the green shells with the Mario Kart-inspired Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing. I never got to play this game much with friends locally. I’ve certainly played it online some time ago, but as you might recall, there are limitations added when playing online, so playing with a group of people with everything unlocked lets everyone dig in for some four player action coupled with SEGA nostalgia.
This here is a pilot episode featuring me with my friends Mike, Josh, Chelsea and Randy in a round table discussion with gameplay spliced in between. Suggestions are more than welcome for what you’d like to see in the future, and I certainly have plans for the show for years to come. Some are more realistic goals like gathering ten people for Saturn Bomberman. We’ll eventually get to play Steel Battalion: Line of Contact in a LAN setup. Anybody got a spare set of those control sticks?