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Retro Game Club is a podcast about retro gaming with a focus on programming, emulation, and projects you can do at home. Each episode, we will have two games you can play with us and give us feedback before the next episode. We will also have a topic or project of the week that will be the focus of the conversation.
 
Love of the worlds created by video game designers and personalities drives Alex Smith & Jeffrey Daum (history, law, CS degrees) to provide a scholarly yet light-hearted discussion of how arcade, home console, and PC games merged into a Video Game Industry. Emphasis is on the combination of business and creative elements needed for financial success. Interviews of Atari, EA, Activision, & other execs with detailed source evaluations produce the insights you hear in these 140+ hours!
 
Gamers can get their fix from a gang of radio personalities who’ve spent their entire lives gaming, from the Atari to the latest and greatest consoles. GAME FIX also broadcasts the show LIVE every Monday nights @9PM est. Play with us by adding us on XBL-UNPWN and PSN-SixStringer57.
 
The original classic gaming podcasts continues its endless quest to explore the history of video games, one game at a time. Join hosts Jeremy Parish and Bob Mackey each week as they team up with a host of expert guests to chronicle the creations that have paved the way for today's hits. From forgotten black-and-white arcade machines to modern-day remakes, Retronauts spans more than four decades of vintage gaming greatness!
 
Remember those classic Atari 2600 games? They were sure fun to play, but didn't you ever wonder why they sent a plumber to take out Donkey Kong? What Yar was seeking revenge against? What made those robots go berserk? Me too? ATARI BYTES is more than a game review podcast. It's an exploration of the games to divine what exactly the story within the game is. And if we can't find those answers, we'll make 'em up.
 
Uncle (Musketshot) and Nephew (Mr. K) decided a couple of months ago to start up a podcast based solely on playing and reviewing Indie created video games. Musketshot is a casual gamer, since the early 80's. Starting with Pong, Odyssey, Atari 2600, etc. and now playing on Xbox One and Steam. Musketshot isn't an expert gamer, in fact quite lousy in some games, but loves experiencing different games all the time.Mr. K is an avid gamer since the mid 2000's. He has had all kinds of gaming system ...
 
The Atari XE Gaming System was a version of their XE 8-bit line of computers but attempting to compete against the successful Nintendo Entertainment System. At the same time offering the computer option. Our podcast will focus on the cartridge games made for this system but, because this is essentially an atari 8-bit computer, we'll also review games that will play on this system.
 
Remember those arcade games you played as a kid? They are still out there. Come with us and we will tell you all about what it is like to find, restore, maintain and play these old games. Interested in acquiring games and starting a collection or just hearing some stories and reminiscing about the arcades and games of the past? This is the podcast you've been looking for.
 
Can a Ms. Pac-Man arcade cabinet from the 1980s be haunted? How did a virtual plague nearly wipeout the massive digital realm in the World of Warcraft? Did the music in Pokemon drive people insane? The Cabinet Podcast is a bi-weekly podcast that explores the creepypastas, urban legends, and ghost stories throughout the history of video games from the rise of the arcade to the modern console generation. The stories feature familiar names like Xbox, Playstation, Nintendo, Atari, and Sega. Ever ...
 
A Podcast about growing up In the 70s and 80s, at the dawn of video games, navigating family strife, punk rock, Star Wars obsessions, and trying to understand to the world while developing an inexplicable love for everything “Atari”. -- We are twin brothers who grew up "Atari" or as we call it, in The Vertical Blank. The Vertical Blank is space between the lines. It's the the second half of Generation X. It's the where work occurs you never see on screen. It's the nuances that makes nostalgi ...
 
Tim, Andy, Rod, and Dougie... They're the Super Podcast Brothers! Each monstrous podcast comes packed with hours of lovingly crafted retro gaming content. From obscure Atari 2600 games to Japanese import coin-op, Super Podcast Bros. aims to be an all-encompassing retro gaming audio feast that engages the curiosities of hardcore retro enthusiasts while remaining accessible to younger generations and community newcomers. Stay classic!
 
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Hi everyone, today we are looking at an unfinished prototype by Apollo called Kyphus. It's not really playable, but there is some interesting stuff to go into. And I apologize for posting the wrong date for feedback on Facebook and Twitter, if you didn't get your feedback in for Kyphus because of that I'm sorry. Please do send it next time if you c…
 
Every year in September or October, the Sears Wish Book would arrive in the mail, and our job was to circle the things we wanted for Christmas. In this episode we dive into the top-50 weird and wonderful products from the 1977 Sears Wishbook (plus some extras) You can follow along in the links below: Wishbook Pages To Follow-along: 60-http://www.wi…
 
Our second look at the Atari 7800's release chronology takes us through the initial launch lineup and to its first post-launch title. On the whole, though, this set of games shares a lot in common with the previous episodes: Very good renditions of pre-crash arcade classics, dropped upon the world a little after their sell-by date. Don't let the un…
 
To order your ARG Lanyard, please email argpresents@mail.com. If we get enough interest, we will e-mail everyone prior to ordering with additional details. The cost will be $10 USD plus shipping. Thanks for supporting ARG Presents! It's Déjà vu all over again this week on ARG Presents as THE BRENT and Amigo Aaron fire up our lost show Atari 1200XL!…
 
In Episode 14, we serve up a bit of surf and turf. First we put everything at “steak” by entering the BattleZone. Then find out if the submarine simulator GATO is a fresh catch? News #FujiNet: Atari 8-bit Network Adapter Irata.online: A PLATO based online system NovaWolf Portland Retro Gaming Convention Old School Gamer electroic magazine BattleZon…
 
ANTIC Episode 71 - Goodbye, Curt Vendel In this episode of ANTIC The Atari 8-bit Computer Podcast...we say goodbye to good friend and Atari legend Curt Vendel and bring you lots of other Atari news. READY! Recurring Links Floppy Days Podcast AtariArchives.org AtariMagazines.com Kevin’s Book “Terrible Nerd” New Atari books scans at archive.org ANTIC…
 
Just a regular ol’ episode talking about magazines, learning typing during the pandemic, and if we’ve finally seen the end of creepy William Shatner ads for the VIC-20. Magazines Atari 8-bit magazines iCompute! Compute #26 Fred D’Ignazio interview on the ANTIC Podcast Inverse ATASCII review of LJK’s Data Perfect Creative Computing Creative Computin…
 
This episode we find ourselves as a contractor called to a home with a possible large project. Unbeknownst to our main character, there is more sinister intent afoot. You get knocked out and have to try and make your way out of a house in only the beginning stages of remodeling inside. Sometimes there are lights, sometimes not. Solely developed and…
 
We start off our horror game month with a demo. Loveland takes place at a trailer park in Loveland, Ohio. It's a first person game, where you play as a detective investigating cult like activity at this trailer park. There seems to be a strange phenomenon with frogs. Perhaps even a siting of a very large frog, human size. With our trusty flashlight…
 
An interesting computer is the subject of episode 138 of ARG Presents, as we look at the pioneering machine the Sinclair ZX81. First, we try to learn about the ZX81 and it's place in computing history, and then we dive in blind to the games of this fine device. First, we go back to the gold rush days...a time of fortune, rats, snakes, and gremlins …
 
It's a retro gaming bonanza with NES, GameBoy, PlayStation, PC and more as we continue the countdown of our top 50 games! This time it's spot number 15 to 11. Let us know which games would make your top 50 list at the Passion for Pixels Retro Gaming Podcast Facebook page! Find Passion for Pixels Retro Gaming Podcast in Spotify, iTunes Stitcher or y…
 
TCW Podcast Episode 124 - The Visions of Coleco Part 1 We look at the Connecticut Leather Company otherwise known as Coleco! We see how a simple company starting with leather goods transformed into a toy company that spanned multiple generations. Coleco started exploring electronic toys with games like electric football. They found themselves uniqu…
 
After more than a decade in game development, enigmatic creator Suda 51 had his American debut with Killer 7, but 2007 would bring about his first mainstream splash with No More Heroes. This series launched on the Wii when it was still white hot, and managed to distill the off-the-wall and often alienating ideas of Suda into a personality-driven ac…
 
Season 2 Episode 32 Episode 64 2x32=64 News: Jessie Jaeger in Cleopatra's Curse US arrests two members of console hacking group Team Xecuter 3D PRINT A PIECE OF NINTENDO HISTORY BEFORE THE REAL ONE IS GONE Upcoming Documentary Seeks To Explore The Incredible Legacy Of Street Fighter II Prototype Game Boy Advance discovered thanks to Yahoo! Auctions…
 
Hey everyone, it's the Commodore CDTV! I'm...i'm so very sorry...I mean WELCOME to HUGE episode 137 of ARG Presents! This week we'll "play" games on the CDTV! First we take a look at this Amiga 500 in a fancy box, and then we DIVE into the vast library of gaming goodness that the CDTV has to offer! Shake in TERROR as we...play... Psycho Killer! The…
 
In this bonus clip show Mike and Ryan take a look back at some of Ryan's most memorable moments during seasons 1 and 2. A very special thanks to listener and Discord member, Candyass, for compiling the clips in this special show. For more Emulate This please visit emulatethis.netBy The Emulate This Crew
 
Hi there! This week's game is the unreleased prototype for Xevious, by Atari. I think Tod Frye did a great job on this, it's a shame that it didn't come out at the time. Coming up next on the show is the prototype game Kyphus by Apollo. After I put it on the list however, I discovered that it's not really a playable game. But it does have a part nu…
 
Remember when consoles were systems? Anyway, we talk all about every upcoming system including Atari's and Intellivision's, yes they have new upcoming systems. Also Cyberpunk 2077 has an unsettling update, Spider-man has a confusing update, Nintendo has a weird update, and the MCU has an exciting update. All that plus more, this week on the Game Fi…
 
Mr_K and Musketshot zoom into a piece of art which is a bakery contraption. The purpose is to get the bakery up and running and bake a loaf of bread for the orphanage. All of the other bakers have a called out (slackers) so it is up to us. This is a unique puzzle game. A Rube Goldberg like drawing where you have to look and determine what a piece o…
 
What do you get when you cross a Mega Duck with a Cougar Boy? In ARG 136 yer boys THE BRENT and Amigo Aaron attempt to answer that age old question. Witness the investigation as they take a deep dive into the "me too" Gameboy scene with another wacky offering from the far east. We hop on the train with Railway, and give you a hand in the Magical To…
 
In this episodes we take you back to an era when arcades in the shape of rockets and castles ruled the land, and TV shows like CHiPs ruled the airwaves. Most every kid who grew-up in the Golden Age of video games had a favorite place to play games. For us, it was Castle Park in Redondo Beach, CA. In this episode we have a story about Castle Park na…
 
TCW Podcast Episode 123 - A Casual World Part 2 In our continued exploration of casual games we see the rise of match three in popularizing the genre. Exemplified by games such as Klax, Columns, Bejewed, and Candy Crush. The continued development and migration to the web further fueled the popularization of casual games. Reaching the apex today wit…
 
Chris and Mads spend two months bumping into stuff in Ys I and II on the PC Engine. We also reveal which spooky game we will be playing in October. Thanks again to all of our Patreon’s who made this episode possible. Andy Hudson Ricardo Engel Adrian Nelson Alastair Barr Straight2Video RoseTintedSpectrum Matthew W James Bentley Wiedo Belochkin Tony …
 
The 2020 Halloween Special is going to the movies. Turn your favorite video game into a campy or dark grindhouse audio movie by submitting a 5-7 minute audio drama, 1000-1500 word short story, or 1-3 minute audio trailer. Entries must be horror and video game related and limit adult language to a PG-13 rating. Entries due October 12th to tgibson@th…
 
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