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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. COMING SOON Magical Musical Mondays: A curated music companion piece to our Retro Rewind series.
 
The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine also has a podcast. In this podcast we talk to VIPs in the tech area that have something to plug and tell to our listeners. So far we have had high profile guests since the beginning of the show and will have in the future! We also keep up on the current development of things of our past guests!
 
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We are talking to Emmanuel Colombié from RSF Latin America.Learn about the state of press freedom in Brazil and the work of Reporters Without Borders.Spoiler Alter: Nearly all indicators are flashing red in Latin America and the coronavirus crisis has exacerbated an already complex and hostile environment for journalists...Interview starts at 14:52…
 
Immortal C64 Episode 98 - Love a Bank Holiday.Track Listing : Track Number / Start Time / Artist / Track Name / Track Length01 .. 0:00:35 - Jonas Hakansson - Soul Control - 3:0702 .. 0:03:39 - Thomas Mogensen - Mother - 4:5003 .. 0:08:23 - Jakub Szefer - 020 - 5:0204 .. 0:13:30 - Klaus Grongaard - Action Guy - 2:0805 .. 0:15:42 - Roger Duijckaerts …
 
PS2 supplies drop to a trickle Naughty Dog has a new master & The Gameboy Advance gets competition from Korea These stories and many more on this episode of the Video Game Newsroom Time Machine This episode we will look back at the biggest stories in and around the video game industry in April of 2001. As always, we'll mostly be using magazine cove…
 
01 – Varhat – Lieu Des Herons (Akufen Remix) – YYK No Label02 – Charonne – Melrose Court – Automatic Writing03 – Jabberjaw – I Speak For Some Of That – Perlon04 – Makam – Family Reunion (Reconstruced By Delano Smith Remix) – Sushitech05 – Juan Atkins & Moritz von Oswald – Concave 1 – Tresor06 – Ricardo Villalobos – Wispa – Pressure Trax07 – Manmade…
 
In the festive month of December 1985, many games were released for the Commodore 64. In episode twelve of Zapped to the Past, we look at some of those games, including the spooky Scarabeus, the frightful Frank Bruno’s Boxing and the bemusing Batalyx and wonder… should climbing stairs in games ever be one click at a time? Games covered in this epis…
 
Pinball Dreams set the standard for pinball computer games for the rest of time. Where does it rank in the Dreams/Fantasies/Illusions trifecta? 🏆 Support Boat and Aaron Your Patreon support helps us continue to produce Amigos every week! https://www.patreon.com/amigospodcast Watch LIVE Fridays at 5:30 Eastern on https://twitch.tv/amigospodcast 0:00…
 
Arcades get new tech Nintendo stabs Sony in the back and Everyone is getting into the CD-ROM game These stories and many more on this episode of the Video Game Newsroom Time Machine This episode we will look back at the biggest stories in and around the video game industry in April of 1991. As always, we'll mostly be using magazine cover dates, and…
 
In the dark month of November 1985, many games were released for the Commodore 64. In episode twelve of Zapped to the Past, we conclude our look at some of those games, including the whizzy Wizard’s Lair, the hypnotic Hacker and the dreadful Doughboy and wonder… Do snooker games need weighty balls? Games covered in this episode: Wizard’s Lair Steve…
 
🏆Your monthly support helps us keep the retro news flowing! https://www.patreon.com/thisweekinretro ☕Or just buy us a coffee! https://ko-fi.com/thisweekinretro Chapters: 0:00 Show Open 0:34 Mine Bitcoin with your C64 8:32 Amiga Forever 9 9:19 Destroying Retro for Art 16:40 Sega Sells its Western Arcade Division 23:59 RetroRewind.ca 24:49 Whipping U…
 
Mads, Chris, Steve & Dean team up to tackle Taito's overlooked arcade game Zoo Keeper. Will a game that was designed to be played in short bursts in an arcade, drive them & our participating listeners mad as they play it for hours over a full month? Thanks to all of our Patreon’s who made this episode possible. PM ChrisSilva Chris Hull Paul Bullard…
 
We're back with Episode 57 - In this episode Cody, Tim, and Eric catch up on what they've been playing and adding to their collections. Plus, 6 Good Multi-Format Games. Episode Guide ------------------- Quick Questions - 2:10 Patreons - 19:30 Game Show - 55:35 Gift Opening - 1:12:50 Catching Up - 1:31:06 6 Good Multi Format Games- 2:32:50 FIN - 3:0…
 
As we pick up our conversation with Gregory Fischbach, Acclaim's long standing contract to port Williams/Midway arcade games is coming to an end and a shift to originally developed content begins. The purchase of Valiant Comics, the launch of franchises such as Turok and NFL Quarterback Club will redefine the company as it nears its end and Greg go…
 
In the dark month of November 1985, many games were released for the Commodore 64. In episode eleven of Zapped to the Past, we look at some of those games, including the pleasant Paradroid, the wonderful Winter Games, and the stateside Saucer Attack and wonder how Hunter Patrol ended up as the second version of the Matrix... Games covered in this e…
 
Data East goes Cassette Sony introduces the 3.5 inch floppy and Xerox reinvents the desktop These stories and many more on this episode of the Video Game Newsroom Time Machine This episode we will look back at the biggest stories in and around the video game industry in April of 1981. As always, we'll mostly be using magazine cover dates, and those…
 
Mads and Chris shake things up a little by putting up for the vote four themes for the May game club. Thanks to all of our Patreon’s who made this episode possible. PM ChrisSilva Chris Hull Paul Bullard Harvey Watson Martyn Jones Ninjixel TJ Andy Hudson Ricardo Engel Adrian Nelson Alastair Barr HeavyMetalDon RoseTintedSpectrum Matthew W James Bentl…
 
In this segments episode, Steve chats to the guys behind Zapped To The Past podcast, we take a flick through issue 28 of Zzap!64 magazine plus Mads & Chris ask two of our listeners what is their favourite game? Thanks to all of our Patreon’s who made this episode possible. PM ChrisSilva Chris Hull Paul Bullard Harvey Watson Martyn Jones Ninjixel TJ…
 
In the occult month of October 1985, many games were released for the Commodore 64. In episode ten of Zapped to the Past, we conclude our look at some of those games, including the bruising Barry McGuigan’s World Championship Boxing, the sandy Spy Vs Spy 2 and the dreary Dickie’s Diamonds and wonder do owls only have a limited number of flights? Ga…
 
The Quake Olympics, looking back on Amstrad's aquistion of Sinclair, a new way to access the internet on retro computers, and Atari Lynx comes to the MiSTer! 🏆Your monthly support helps us keep the retro news flowing! https://www.patreon.com/thisweekinretro ☕Or just buy us a coffee! https://ko-fi.com/thisweekinretro 0:00 Show Open 0:35 486 Quake Ra…
 
We interview Benjamin Devienne from Piepacker - a new free social gaming platform that allows users to play officially licensed retrogames with friends online!Piepacker provides access to games that have been featured on a variety of platforms: arcade machines, NES, Super NES, Saturn, Mega Drive, NeoGeo and PlayStation with more to come.Piepacker h…
 
We're back for Episode 56 In this episode Cody and Eric catch up on the news and Battle Of The Systems: Animaniacs (SNES vs. Genesis). We are doing news for the first monthly episode and then "catching up" later in the month. Episode Guide --------------- Quick Questions 2:05 Patreon 12:31 News 22:50 Tea Time With Tim - 1:01:40 Eric's Take - 1:31:2…
 
Gregory Fischbach has had a career most of us could only dream of. Starting out as a civil rights lawyer in the 1960s, he then represented some of the biggest musical acts of the 70s, before reinventing himself in the video game industry and running Activision's European operations. All of this culminated in the formation of Acclaim and the buildin…
 
In the occult month of October 1985, many games were released for the Commodore 64. In episode nine of Zapped to the Past, we look at some of those games, including the musical Monty on the Run, the nebulous Nodes of Yesod and the vexing Vortron and realise that every gaming problem can be solved with a Mr. Miyagi crane kick! Games covered in this …
 
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Resident Evil heads to theatres GTA goes 3D and Korean MMOs are eyeing US shores These stories and many more on this episode of the Video Game Newsroom Time Machine This episode we will look back at the biggest stories in and around the video game industry in March of 2001. As always, we'll mostly be using magazine cover dates, and those are of cou…
 
Oliver 'Ve3o' Lindau is a a veteran graphic artist. He's best known for working with Starbyte on titles like Rolling Ronny and since 10 years also very active in the demoscene constantly making the first ranks on graphic compos.In this episode we talk with him about the technological challenges of bringing the Eye Of The Beholder from the Amiga ont…
 
Mads and Chris jump into the cockpit and take flight for a detailed look at the world of Wing Commander 3: Heart of the Tiger Thanks to all of our Patreon’s who made this episode possible. Shane Dowling ChrisSilva Chris Hull Paul Bullard Harvey Watson Martyn Jones Ninjixel TJ Andy Hudson Ricardo Engel Adrian Nelson Alastair Barr HeavyMetalDon RoseT…
 
In the slow month of September 1985, many games were released for the Commodore 64. In episode eight of Zapped to the Past, we conclude our look at some of those games, including the fanciful Frankie Goes to Hollywood, the ignominious Ian Botham’s Test Cricket and the miserable Merlin and ponder just who made Steve Guttenberg a star… Games covered …
 
Atari's NFT Sneakers sell for $3000. Who's buying? Plus the Playstation finally gets a softmod 27 years in, retro greats judge a new code contest, and a rare Neo Geo game is found in a California field. All this and more on This Week in Retro! 🏆Your monthly support helps us keep the retro news flowing! https://www.patreon.com/thisweekinretro ☕Or ju…
 
Mario is heading to the movies Star Wars returns to gaming And Bobbi Kotick saves Activision These stories and many more on this episode of the Video Game Newsroom Time Machine This episode we will look back at the biggest stories in and around the video game industry in March of 1991. As always, we'll mostly be using magazine cover dates, and thos…
 
Have you been burnt by the 2015 keycaps Indigogo of Phase5 from Austria like us and many others?Jim felt the pain as well and went out creating his own C64 keycaps project. Having a long history in developing hardware for Commodore computers, if there is somebody who can pull this off, then this guy with decades of knowledge in the field!We talk wi…
 
We're back with Episode 55 - In this episode Cody, Tim, and Eric catch up on what they've been playing and adding to their collections. Plus, 6 Good Golf Games. Episode Guide ------------------- Quick Questions - 2:30 Patreons - 11:06 Game Show - 22:12 Catching Up - 32.35 6 Good Golf Games- 1:45:23 Please give us a review on Apple Podcasts! Thanks …
 
In the slow month of September 1985, many games were released for the Commodore 64. In episode seven of Zapped to the Past, we look at some of those games, including the soaring Skyfox, the sumptuous Summer Games 2 and the monstrous Monster Trivia and ponder just how terrifying it would be to be a real air traffic controller... Games covered in thi…
 
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