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The original classic gaming podcast 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!
 
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.
 
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. Game with us adding us on XBL-UNPWN and PSN-SixStringer57.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Join the Gutter Geeks every week as our panel of 5 to 10 veteran gamers of all ages talk about the latest AND oldest in video and table top gaming. Whether it’s interviews with indie and established developers, deep dives on classic hardware, or just sitting around the table talking games while throwing back a few beers you are sure to have a great time with the gang from Guys Games and Beer! Contacting Us: If you are a developer and would like us to check out your game or product contact us ...
 
Welcome to Two Guys and the '80s™ - The ultimate podcast for 80's lovers! Lifelong friends Greg Rivera and Tom Salta take you on a journey through some of their favorite memories discussing what it was like for them growing up in the 1980's. Travel back in time as they have lively discussions about everything from early Video Games to TV shows, Movies, Toys, Commercials, Pop Culture and everything in between enhanced with entertaining sound clips that will transport you back to your favorite ...
 
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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!
 
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!
 
In Falken's Maze, technologist and former professor Jason Thomas explores the intersection of technology, history, and culture. Created for listeners nostalgic for the 80s who also want to understand the complexities of today, our show demystifies the world's most compelling technologies and events through 80's movies, music, and television. This is where history, tech, and retro pop collide.
 
The Bit Effect is creating a variety of shows on video games both old and new: The Bit Effect: Join the whole crew of Craig, Dave. Luke and Mike as they discuss a game in depth each month. Retro Rewind: Dave and Craig take a lighter look at how games progressed year by year.
 
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Good morrow gentle Swain! Alright, enough of that. This week we are looking at Sir Lancelot by Xonox, maybe a Joust tipoff but it's a lot of fun! Next month is October already, sheesh. We'll be celebrating all month with S C A R Y games! First up will be the Homebrew game Skeleton+ by Eric Ball, followed by the wonderful Frankenstein's Monster by D…
 
In ATARI BYTES episode 289, the unicorns are chasing the centaurs across the grassy knolls that dot Mt. Olympus; winged gods soar above, inspiring the mortals...and probably impregnating them occasionally. Not really. We're playing MINES OF MINOS, from CommaVid, 1982. It's all maze, no minotaurs. You can put away your ball of thread. Or not. Someth…
 
Eric Podietz, Interactive Picture Systems Eric Podietz was co-founder of Interactive Picture Systems, a company that created software for 8-bit computers from 1982 through 1984. The company's first program was PAINT! for the Atari 8-bits, which was developed at the Superboots software development lab located at the Capital Children's Museum in Wash…
 
#PA2039, Published by Atari Corp. In this episode I cover one of the best arcade ports ever released for the Lynx, Ninja 外伝 Gaiden, released for the Lynx in 1991. Included are statistics for the game and a run-down on how to play it, along with reviews and ratings, some fun facts and trivia, and lots of listener feedback about the game. Also in tod…
 
Chris and Mads reveal the shortlist for October's game club game from a longlist compiled by our listener, Roushi. Roushi is known for his vast knowledge of gaming from all ages so take a listen to see what hidden gems he has found for us. Thanks to all of our Patreon’s who made this episode possible. Hans Crombeen Roushimsx Guto Threadbare Chris A…
 
In this episode, Frenchpet starts his Mega Man 3 play-through by beating Magnet man! He talks about believing in ghosts, cosplay, Busta Rhymes, yoku block sounds, COVID vs. 9/11, why the NES is the best, cheat codes, Resident Evil games, and much more! Follow our socials for more Frenchpet madness! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frenchpet/ Twit…
 
RetroLogic - Episode 50 Introduction This week we've got a special guest Tim Aulph from the Nintendo Dads Podcast and ChrisHL94 from the Nintendodads.org Blog with us to talk about… Today we'll be chatting about … Sports games NHL ‘94 The gamecube turning 20y RetroLogic isn’t just a podcast, It’s a retro game store! Visit Retrologic.games to check …
 
Todd Ciolek and patron Bill Nielsen join Jeremy Parish to tackle a request to slip loose the surly bonds of Earth and explore Sony's Vita masterpiece Gravity Rush. Also, New Wave Toy's Shilo Prychak recounts the history of the Replicade mini-arcade line. Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! Support the show to enjoy ad-f…
 
In this episode, Frenchpet plays Tekken 2! He talks about being here for a good time, his bucket list, literal cat calls, saving time, repurposed self help content, vegan powers, quitting caffeine, Tiberium crystals, and much more! Follow our socials for more Frenchpet madness! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frenchpet/ Twitter: https://www.twit…
 
Steve and Dean are back for the final part of our special journey through the 1980's. Join them as they look back at some of the major events of 80's Britain. The guys also pay their respects to Sir Clive Sinclair. Thanks to all of our Patreon’s who made this episode possible. Hans Crombeen Roushimsx Guto Threadbare Chris Atwill PM ChrisSilva Chris…
 
Hello again AGAIN from ARG Presents! This time out, games so nice they PORTED THEM TWICE to the exact same system. This is a DOUBLE dose of Amstrad, as we look at the twice made versions of Paperboy and Double Dragon! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/arg-presents/supportBy Amigos Retro Gaming
 
Jeremy Parish, Ray Barnholt, Shivam Bhatt, and Shane Bettenhausen convene to celebrate Metroid's 35th anniversary AND the finale (?) of the series with Metroid Dread by looking back at all that Samus Aran brought to gaming. Turns out it's a lot! Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! Support the show to enjoy ad-free early…
 
In this episode, Frenchpet plays Crash Bandicoot! He talks about donating to Value Village, stealing from Frenchy’s, being casual, the adventure of treasure hunting, and much more! Follow our socials for more Frenchpet madness! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frenchpet/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/frenchpet/ Instagram: https://www.instagram…
 
TCW Podcast Episode 146 - Storytime with a Book 2 Alex reads and annotates a chapter of the book dealing with the founding of Activision! We cover not just the chapter but the thought process, and behind the scenes that went into the chapter. The story is helped with extra information that Alex was able to gleam from interviews, and trial transcrip…
 
RetroLogic - Episode 49 RetroLogic isn’t just a podcast, It’s a retro game store! Visit Retrologic.games to check out our growing inventory of Cleaned, Tested, and 100% Authentic Retro Games! And now Merch! Icebreaker - what did you buy? And what did you play? Micah: Bought: Spelunky 2 Played: Spelunky 2, Luigi's Mansion, Pokemon Unite, Fortnite, R…
 
35 years ago, a tiny team at Nintendo R&D1 crunched their way through a the development of a weird little game called Kid Icarus: a quirky, slightly alienating action-RPG starring a chubby angel who can't stop falling through platforms. Despite the lead character's prevalence in marketing from the early NES days, and his role in the classic Captain…
 
This week it's a SCIENTIFIC edition of ARG Presents. Join DEM BOYS for a trip back to the 70's with the Ohio Scientific Challenger Computer! First we'll briefly revisit the Binatone machine before taking a DEEP dive into OHIO. We'll talk about the company behind the OSC and it's humble beginning, then it's GAME TIME! Thrill to Star Wars, Othello, a…
 
Long time no see doc! *smak* This week we are discussing the prototype/reproduction game Bugs Bunny, originally from Atari. This Bob Polaro/Alan Murphy collaboration was shelved in the 80s and finally saw limited release at the late, lamented Philly Classic in 2002. It's a beautiful game that I hope you will seek out and try. Coming up next is Sir …
 
Season 3 Episode 29 Episode 101 News: Hardware Why does the GameBoy Pocket produce a blue line on power off? CLOUD-BASED ATARI GAMING 286 vs 386SX Polymega is released. Homebrew, rom hacks & emulation It’s now possible to play early ’90s CD-ROM games via ScummVM RetroArch 1.9.9 is out with AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) support MEGA MAN HACK…
 
After talking way too much about Psychonauts 2, we dove into Sony's Syphon Filter, a 3d action game that sold well enough to have 5 sequels, and is included on the Playstation mini -- but is this worthy of being called a classic, or is this one better left in 1999? We also take some more listener mail all about cartridge systems in 2021, more fligh…
 
In this episode, Frenchpet plays R-Type Final on PS2! He discusses the non-finality of R-Type Final, the appeal of DualShock 2 vibrations, and the downfalls of Marie Kondo-ing his game collection. He also rants about the CRT craze, the hypocrisy of retro game stores, Lexmark printers, and Brita filters as an indicator of social status. All this and…
 
RetroLogic - Episode 48 RetroLogic isn’t just a podcast, It’s a retro game store! Visit Retrologic.games to check out our growing inventory of Cleaned, Tested, and 100% Authentic Retro Games! And now Merch! Icebreaker - what did you buy? And what did you play? Sam: Bought, Rocket Knight Adventures, Target Earth, GB Operator came in Played:Metroid: …
 
In this episode, Frenchpet plays Capcom vs. SNK while talking about the new He-Man cartoon, self guidance, finding peace by avoiding software as a service, getting diarrhea from Tim Hortons coffee, and much more! Follow our socials for more Frenchpet madness! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frenchpet/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/frenchpet/ …
 
ANTIC Episode 81 - Too Much Commodore In this episode of ANTIC The Atari 8-Bit Computer Podcast… we wax philosophical about Raspberry Pi upgrades for the Atari, discuss the drama that was the Atari fest of the past, and talk WAY too much Commodore! READY! Recurring Links Floppy Days Podcast AtariArchives.org AtariMagazines.com Kevin’s Book “Terribl…
 
PONG! That's all I need to say! You KNOW you can't get enough. It's been around for 45+ years, but it's engrained in your BRAIN! The bat, the square ball, the bleeps and bloops...it's PART OF YOU! So today, join THE BRENT and Amigo Aaron as we take a look at the UK's pong MASTER, it's TV MASTER in fact, the Binatone TV Master MK IV. We'll also have…
 
The day many of you have been waiting for (and waiting and waiting, sorry about that) is finally here. Today is the finale of the Summer of Shuttles, and I am covering Space Shuttle by Activision. I'm not a simulator fan at all, so I hope I have done this game justice and I hope you enjoy the episode. Coming up pretty quick since I want to keep my …
 
Play a space game requiring super technical, minor adjustments to thrust vectors and yaw? More like YAWN, amirite? In 288, we're playing Activision's (squee!) 1983 space shuttle simulator SPACE SHUTTLE: A JOURNEY INTO SPACE. Instead of, we suppose, a journey into the local supermarket. The game is a technical marvel. But is it fun? Is it really eve…
 
Jeffrey Sarnoff, Atari Research Group Jeffrey Sarnoff started at Atari in the home computer division in 1981 as a software architect, where he worked on a 3-D graphics library. The next year he moved to Atari's Research Group, under Alan Kay, where he worked on a holographic animation system and a 4-dimensional strategy game. This interview took pl…
 
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