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Best NES podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best NES podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Goobz & Toby pick one retro video game each episode to play. They discuss the history, story, game play, music, fun facts, then rate it at the end from 1-10. The goal is to see which old games hold up today and maybe see if some of our favorites are only good due to nostalgia. The guys mostly play games on NES, SNES, N64, GameCube, SEGA Genesis, Playstation, PS2, and any other dead console they can get their hands on.*ADULT LANGUAGE IS USED*
 
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!
 
Burnt Offerings is a podcast featuring horror movie, and music, news and reviews. Hosts Jared and Steve discuss horror films and whatever bands and releases they have been jamming all while downing a fine selection of cheap beer and malt liquor. Steve is a self proclaimed '80s slasher fan who doesn't enjoy much of anything that came out after 1994. If he's not watching Hide and Go Shriek while downing a 40oz of Mickeys and blasting Fister, then he's probably beating Friday the 13th for the N ...
 
The Assembly Line is a podcast dedicated to featuring homebrew games developed by programmers after the NES's initial lifespan. Hosted by two veteran NES homebrew programmers, Kevin from KHAN Games and Beau from Sole Goose Productions, the two delve into one game an episode, focusing on the development history, release information, give personal opinions, and usually interview the creators themselves! Typically focusing on the games that the two feel are most noteworthy, for various reasons, ...
 
The 8-Bit & Retro podcast explores video game world record topics in speed-running and high scores. The goal is to help causal or mid level gamers become more educated and interested in this area of gaming. There is a featured game each week that is reviewed and explored from a casual perspective and then a featured guest that is an expert on that game is interviewed for further exploration. The show is hosted by multi world record holder and video game educator 8-Bit Steve. The co-host of t ...
 
Every other week, tune into 8-4 Play for talk about Japan, video games, and Japanese video games, straight from the 8-4 offices in beautiful downtown Tokyo. Featuring the sultry voices of 8-4's own Mark MacDonald, John Ricciardi, Hiroko Minamoto, Justin "JJ" Epperson, Roy Blakely, Sarah Podzorski, and Graeme Howard.
 
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The NES's 1988 lineup begins with the debut of a gaming legacy. Renegade gave us both the River City/Kunio franchise AND the Double Dragon franchise, and given what lies ahead in the near future for both NES and Game Boy, we definitely need to have a look into the origins of these brawly species. Special thanks this episode to Steve Lin and the Vid…
 
Great Scott! What have we done this episode.. we celebrate our episode 88 and the 35 year anniversary of Back to the Future by playing a game that probably should have never been made.. We discuss the history, story, game play, fun facts and rate this game on a 1-10 scale at the end then let you know if the game is still worth playing! Join our Dis…
 
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Metroidvania games and action-RPGs are closely intertwined, and perhaps no developer had more influence on the shape and direction of action-RPGs like Nihon Falcom. This episode is devoted to their follow-ups to the original Dragon Slayer and Xanadu... as well as an all-new property that would become one of the company's best-loved works. Though no…
 
The metroidvania genre expanded greatly in 1987 as developers grew more confident in their design concepts and technology began to expand to accommodate their ambitions. Nintendo's Famicom/Disk System/NES platform proved to be especially fertile ground for innovation, as these three different takes on the format demonstrate. While you could arguabl…
 
This week Earl and Jurek strap on their wings and grab their virtual bows as they play Kid Icarus on the NES! The guys end up having some fun with the game, but it's pretty hard to have too much fun when the game is so frustratingly difficult! This game is an oddball in the NES library, as it's one of a few games that actually gets easier as you pr…
 
This week on NintenDomain, we have an interview with Piotr Gnyp of Walkabout Games and we talk about the Gigaleak, Animal Crossing Second Summer Update, and other news for the week! Buy Liberated at: https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/liberated-switch/ Support Nintendomain and Gain access to bonus shows at: www.patreon.com/nintendomainpodcast Mu…
 
On this week's episode of The Game Informer Show, we share our early impressions on the recent Avengers war table, Grounded's early access, and Superhot expansion Mind Control Delete. Then we try a new segment call Game Informer's Meaningless Character Rankings. As the name implies, it's meaningless, but it's going to catch on. Finally, we close ou…
 
Xbox held their long awaited Games Showcase last week, with the big focus being on the first gameplay footage of Halo Infinite. To say opinions are split on what would shown seems to be an apt description, and the guys give their thoughts on the newest look at Microsoft's flagship franchise. There were also a lot of announcements, and CG trailers, …
 
We pick up in this second part of our interview with Don Daglow, as he leaves EA to join Broderbund, where he would produce Prince of Persia, help land distribution for SimCity and license Star Wars. He followed that amazing run with his own studio, Beyond Software, later renamed Stormfront Studios, that would create the first graphical MMO, Neverw…
 
This episode's topic is frame rule. We attempt to dissect this dense, often misunderstood topic as it pertains to games like Super Mario Bros and Castlevania. Our guest this episode is Kosmic, world record holder of one of the most competitive and optimized games in retro speedrunning, Super Mario Bros. We further discuss the topic of frame rule wi…
 
Now available in high quality Vorbis audio! Join Scott, Simeon, Glen, and Nathan Blake of Nathan Blake Games on an adventure through the backwoods of Hyrule as the crew plays a table-top R.P.G. inspired by The Legend of Zelda. After being led to the headwaters by a pair of friendly fairies, the party now delves into the mysterious Spring Shrine. Wh…
 
This week Jurek and Earl once again take control of a couple of cavemen as they play Joe and Mac 2: Lost in the Tropics on the SNES! The guys actually have a lot of fun with this game! There is a ton of different stuff to do in the game, even though it appears to be a basic platformer. The game features really vivid colors, which makes it look grea…
 
This week on NintenDomain Podcast, Asa Greenriver stops by to talk about his thoughts on Paper Mario The Origami King and the Direct Mini! Check out Asa at Borderline Entertainment at: http://borderlinentertainment.com The Legends Cookbook: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jobjobllc/the-legends-cookbook-game-inspired-recipes-and-adv Support Nin…
 
Another new generation of gaming is nearly upon us, but what value does it bring? What does it mean? And how the heck do you remember the progression of Xbox names? Sean and Vinnk feel their age as they discuss what the ninth generation of gaming may bring, try to differentiate from the "pro" versions of the eighth generation, and worry about yet a…
 
Does this old cartoon character from 1919 have what it takes to be a a good platformer? What's in his magic bag? Will he save his girlfriend from the evil professor? Or will he have to go answer his phone after every boss? We discuss the history, story, game play, fun facts and rate this game on a 1-10 scale at the end then let you know if the game…
 
Microsoft recently showed off Halo: Infinite and a new Fable during its recent Xbox Showcase, and we're here to talk about all the highs and lows of the show. Join Jeff Cork, Joe Juba, Alex Stadnik, and myself for a slightly loopy conversation. What did we think about Obsidian's new RPG, Avowed? How do we feel about getting another State of Decay? …
 
On this week's episode of The Game Informer Show, we share our early impressions of Star Wars: Squadrons and then do a quick roundup of some of the most notable ID@Xbox game demos that are available to play for free this week. Then we're joined by Sucker Punch's Nate Fox who talks about the development of Ghost of Tsushima and what makes samurai so…
 
After being announced only recently, Paper Mario: The Origami King is out in the wild. Sean loves him a good Mario RPG title, so he shares his impressions after a weekend with the game and he may have actually convinced Kevin to give it a try. Xbox dominated the news over the past week, sharing details around the Velocity Architecture, a release da…
 
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