Here mate, ye intae games? Dynamite Neddy is a retro-gaming podcast where three auld friends talk about three auld games. Decipher their famously easy-to-understand Scottish accents as they swap their favourite games from youth, reviving childhood favourites and playground arguments alike through various stages of inebriation. You'll find Dynamite Neddy combines the childlike wonderment of the first time you ever played Sonic 3, with the harsh reality that is drinking heavily through the dec ...
McCormick has a hell of a time (or a hellish time) with Dante's Inferno, Mick settles on the definitive pronunciation of Faxanadu and Andy contemplates the Trinity in Actraiser
It's an impromptu handheld special where McCormick plays hedgehog curio Sonic Pocket Adventure, Mick wields a weapon you wouldn't expect in Ax Battler and Andy gets cast away with Stranded Kids.
Mick enables Knuckles and Tails in Sonic 3D, McCormick revolutionizes Goblin Studies in Warriors of the Eternal Sun and Andy makes a load of sound effects about Gunstar Heroes.
Mick tests out his strategic mind in Final Fantasy Tactics, Andy lives the life of a baby boomer in Alter Ego and McCormick bounces aff baddie's nappers in Ristar
Andy doesn't like the baw in Glover, Mick becomes an early 2000s goth while playing Messiah, and McCormick steps out of the vault into the wastelands of Fallout
Mick checks back in with Bub and Bob in Rainbow Islands, Andy questions the motivations of Monty in Wanted: Monty Mole, Ben gets trolled by Earthworm Jim and McCormick gets his balls busted by God Hand
Just a wee casual end of year roundup episode where the boys pick their 3 roast tatties, and one brussel sprout of the year
Two wrestling heids and two absolute jobbers enter the squared circle and play 8 classic (?) wrestling games, featuring WWF No Mercy, WWF Smackdown! 2 : Know Your Role, Extreme Warfare Revenge, John Cena's Sexy High School Adventure!!!, Super Fire Pro Wrestling Special, WWF Wrestlefest, WWE All Stars and WCW Backstage Assault.…
It's the spookiest season once again, and after a deadly encounter with a Shenobite the boys count down their top 5 horror villains, before swapping three frightening retro games - Earthbound Halloween Hack, Zombies Ate My Neighbours and Clock Tower
Mick recruits 108 weirdos in Suikoden 2, Andy takes on the young team in River City Ransom and McCormick haunts sleeping weans in Nights: Into Dreams
Mick has some wacky races in Street Racer, Aero is punished by Sin and Punishment, McCormick tries to take down the Count in Castle of Terror and Andy is overwhelmed by the big sprites of Metal Slug 3
It's our second livestream for the Sonic Amateur Games Expo, and this time we're doing probably what we should have last time and covering 9 games that are on show at the expo. This episode we'll be talking about: MiKE Adventures Round the World Sonic: Project Generations Junkyard Frog Syobon Action Nostalg Tails 64 Revamped Code Bunny Battle Cross…
McCormick tackles Rockstar's troubled N64 shooter Body Harvest, Andy compares Alien Storm to the game that shall not be named and Mick discovers what can change the nature of a man when plays (reads?) the legendary Planescape Torment
It's our first in person episode since lockdown began, and we're kicking this off with a special one about football games, recorded in the historic grounds of Cathkin Park. We're joined by friend of the show Johnny Branchfield (with a pitch invasion from Mick McMenemie) and we're covering The Mission, Dundee's European Challenge, Captain Tsubasa Su…
A mince and totties episode - Mick has sympathy for the predator in Sylvester and Tweety in Cagey Capers, McCormick has some random battles in 7th Saga and Andy makes fun of the protagonist of MediEvil
It's a real Mickstravaganza this episode - Andy Mac goes further back in time than ever before with Treasure Island Dizzy, Mick 1 get's a message from a dystopian future in Virtual On, Mick 2 get's blazed with Soul Blazer and Mick McMenemie (and Hannah!) are offended on many levels by Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars.…
An incredibly cursed episode about movies based on videogames, where Andy talks about pipes and Resident Evil, McCormick explores the final fantasy-ish themes of Final Fantasy - The Spirits Within and Mick takes the Mewtwo pill with The Pokemon Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back.
A wee impromptu PS1 special as Mick see's how Flashback fared in it's jump to 3D with Fade To Black, McCormick wishes he were a better ninja in Tenchu: Stealth Assassin and Andy goes on a crime spree in the redheaded stepchild of the series, Grand Theft Auto 2
Don't call it a filler episode - It's a wee interlude where we talk about some games you might not have heard of, where McCormick plays the mysterious cinematic platformer 1213, special guest Leo goes for a walk through the forest in Arbour and Mick takes the stand in Murder Dog IV: Trial of the Murder Dog…
Helen (The Final Clocherty) joins us for some deep philosophical musings on war and honour, as Mick tackles Speedball 2, H gets to grips with Advance Wars 2, Andy contends with the code of the Bushido Blade and McCormick draws phalluses in Graffiti Kingdom
McCormick plays Hidden Agenda and leads Chimerica to a glorious socialist futu...nope, it's a coup again. Andy plays the unfinished potential classic Akira and Mick takes a look at underappreciated Kojima belter Policenauts.
Kick off the new year with yer auld pals. Mick wishes he had a joystick during PC shooter Descent, Andy visits a parallel universe version of everyone's favourite character in Super Mario Land, and McCormick visits the alien world of Panzer Dragoon Saga.
This is somehow our first Christmas special, in which everybody's favourite wisecracking bobcat is visited by the ghosts of Christmas Past (Bubsy), Present (Bubsy 3D) and Future (Bubsy: Paws on Fire). Will he see the error of his ways or will his headstone be a testament to mediocrity? Also the boys give us their top 3 assigned games of the year (p…
Our special guest this week gives an animator's (kind of) perspective on four Disney adaptations, with Andy getting shown the world of Aladdin, McCormick exhaustively describing Timon and Pumbaa's Jungle Games, Mick travelling through time with Mickey Mania and Matt stealing priceless cultural artifacts in DuckTales.…
Another spooky special - McCormick tears a family apart in Haunting starring Polterguy, Mick is driven to madness in Shadow of The Comet and Andy batters his way through Splatterhouse 3 Special thanks to The Guild of Ambience for the spooky halloween sounds
After numerous calamities a very late episode of Dynamite Neddy has arrived, where Andy blows up brutalist architecture in Silent Bomber, Mick visits the world's most stressful escape room in 999, McCormick gives the sidekick a chance to shine in Tails' Adventure and special guest Aero fears the arctic blast in Shining Force 3.…
Mick revs up Full Throttle, McCormick takes issue with the horribly named Keith Courage in Alpha Zones and Andy has a Lynchian nightmare in the unintentionally terrifying art game Facade.
Mick plays jingoistic submarine adventure Silent Steel, McCormick launders McDonalds' image in Global Gladiators, Andy lurks in the Shadow of the Beast and special guest Johnny Branchfield plays the absolute classic Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
A special episode which premiered live at SAGE 2020. Off the back of our Sonic Fangames episode, your three hosts play Sonic fan games old in new, including Knuckles vs. The Pokemon, the abomination created by a 13 year old McCormick
Games based on films (sometimes based on comics) this week - Andy gives a rare slating to Batman Forever, Mick unleashes his tommy gun in Dick Tracy and McCormick talks socio-political mythmaking in Robin Hood - Prince of Thieves.
Andy play prehistoric brawler Joe & Mac, Mick journeys into Torin's Passage and McCormick breaks down why Knuckles Chaotix never lived up to his imagination.
A deep dive into some personal gaming history as ReXX5001 (McCormick) and Sonicfire (Andy Mac) examine the history of the Sonic Fangaming scene. Featuring our first ever interview with Perfect Chaos Zero, current owner of Sonic Fan Games Headquarters, 20+ year veteran of the scene and organiser of the Sonic Amateur Games Expo.…
After a brief hiatus we're back with the first "proper" Neddy in a wee while. It's another trip to the arcade as McCormick plays as socialist hero Hammerin' Harry, Mick looks back at the OG 3D fighting game Virtua Fighter and Andy does a power of riding in Golden Axe: The Revenge of Death Adder
A special Dungeons and Dafties edition where magical process servers Honeyboy Lockwood Hawkins (Leo) and Brian Moonflower (McCormick) head to Dracula's Castle to serve him his divorce papers. A completely original D&D adventure featuring a heartbroken vampire, a cursed home gym and some questionable interior decoration.…
Back to the usual format with a wee twist, as we take trip to the arcades, where McCormick looks at colourful fatherhood abandonment simulator Fantasy Zone, Mick loses years of his life to Bubble Bobble and Andy looks at the cultural phenomenon of Mortal Kombat
A bumper episode with the third place playoffs and the final of our Mastermind Fanfic Challenge. It's Andy vs. Leo answering questions on Shenmue and Final Fantasy, followed by McCormick's encyclopedic Zelda knowledge against Aero's Disgaea brain.
Part 2 of our quiz series, Andy Mac demonstrates his knowledge of Sonic the Hedgehog (obviously) and Aero gets into the weird and wonderful lore of Tekken
It's a head to head to quiz (bet you're all used to those since lockdown) with Leo being tested on his Dragon Quest knowledge and McCormick on the lore of Metal Gear Solid
We dive into the strange and fascinating world of RPG Maker games. Mick has plays A Blurred Line and a thousand minigames, McCormick tries to get away with murder in The Deed and Andy cuts aboot the surreal dreamworlds of Yume Nikki
Konnichiwa from the bunker - Mick plays with the sexy Megaman Zero, McCormick has an unsettling time with Ecco the Dolphin and Andy plays as everyone's favourite nazi-fighting archaeologist in Quackshot (starring Donald Duck)
In the first of our weekly remote podcasts we talk about a few of our old favourites - Andy chats about the technical marvels of Virtua Fighter 2, McCormick gives a tour of Arrakis in Dune 2 and Mick breaks into Maniac Mansion
McCormick and Mick cast a critical eye over two dodgy videogame novelisations - Baldur's Gate by Phillip Athans and Metal Gear Solid by Raymond Benson.
We felt obligated to go and see Sonic the Hedgehog : The Movie, so you the listener don't have to. Join Andy and McCormick as we dissect the film, much like Paramount Pictures dissected our childhoods - thank God for Jim Carrey.
Mick checks out the Sega Mega Drive's flagship RPG Phantasy Star IV, McCormick challengs the friendly monsters of Columns III and Andy is introduced to the legendary Chrono Trigger
The adventuring party reconvenes for our second Dungeons and Dragons episode. Rejoin Brian Moonflower, Ingred Soggybottom, Jeffrey Treesorrow and Knuckles the Echidna of Hesselink as they attempt to solve the mystery of a flaming skull, an innkeeper rivalry and the hangover from hell.
It's finally here. We're kicking of 2020 with a belated new episode, where Mick finds neither dragons nor crystals in Dragon Crystal, McCormick gets into the funky flow of Tempo and Andy sinks his teeth into Castlevania: Bloodlines.
It's our long awaited Dungeons and Dragons episode - hopefully the first of many. Join Jeffrey Treesorrow, Brian Moonflower, Ingrid Soggybottom and, erm, Knuckles the Echidna of Hesselink as they wake up in a dungeon that may not be what it seems.
A wee filler episode before the epic DnD adventure where the two Micks discuss Mickey's World of Illusion, weird Marvel comics, Robert the Bruce and Donald Duck's intense hatred of Sephiroth
This one's a stoater. We've got Shinobi 3, Pokemon Emerald, Yakuza and Baldur's Gate, big meaty games that require a big meaty running time. Make sure you guys tune in next time too for our inaugural Dungeons and Dragons episode
It's the battle of the ages - which classic Sonic game will come out on top? The lads choose sides as the oldschool Sonic 1, the innovative Sonic 2, the wildcard Sonic CD and the epic Sonic 3 & Knuckles battle for supremacy