We looked at the friction that the appointment of Brandon Justice caused among magazine staff earlier, but he would also try and influence events outside of the magazine too.
Mike was under pressure and reacting badly to criticism of his console project, deleting social media comments and lashing at at his detractors.
We mentioned a couple of weeks ago that Retro Magazine was the first sign of trouble, and it wasn’t long after its inception that Mike was confronted by his co-hosts.
The success of the console project was in the balance and followers just wanted to know what was in it.
The first iteration of Retro Magazine (then named GameGavel Monthly) was little more than a pamphlet created in Microsoft Word and made available for download but Mike was enthusiastic about it.
As the promotional campaign and system development rolled on, many doubted Mike’s ability to produce such and ambitious product.
It wasn’t always a rocky road for Scott, UKMike and Mike Kennedy, in the early days they had a great time recording their podcast and throwing each other under the bus.