Every week we look back on our memories of the video games we played growing up. We discuss a brief history of the game, the memories that impacted our lives, and the experience of going back to the games in the present day.
131: Halo 3 (w/ Ryan Payton)
Ryan Payton joins Kevin to remember and revisit Halo 3. We also discuss Ryan’s past working on the franchise. You can support Back in my Play by becoming a Patreon at http://patreon.com/backinmyplay
130: The Next Generation of Retro Games (w/ Mike Mika)
Mike Mika returns to the show to discuss console generations, advances in retro gaming tech, the importance and transition of the demo, Samurai Showdown and more!
129: Ports and Possibilities with Mike Mika
Mike Mika joins Kevin to talk about incredible office clean up finds, new mini consoles, making new games in old engines, the latest projects at Digital Eclipse and Other Ocean and much More!
128: Resident Evil 4
John Linneman and Ryan Payton join Kevin to remember and revist Resident Evil 4.
127: Retro Hangout with John Linneman and Greg Sewart
John Linneman and Greg Sewart join Kevin to talk about hardware revisions old and new, retro hardware projects, the Famicom Disk System, recent retro rereleases, new Mini consoles, and much more!
126: Super Mike Mika Holiday Special 64
Mike Mika returns to discuss the process of curating and developing the SNK 40th Anniversary Collection, #IDARB 2, the Intellivision Amico, fascinating arcade to home ports and much more!
The new favourite part of my morning
I found this podcast when I heard the host, Kevin Larrabe, on another terrific podcast, Player One. I've downloaded a bunch of episodes like the summer of Dreamcast series and have absolutely loved every episode. Kevin is a great host who does a tremendous amount of research before each episode and brings on great guests as well. If I had the money, I would support financially.
Best retro games podcast out there
Excellent commentary and chatter. I couldn't recommend it more
This show is a delight to listen to!
Kevin, Josh, and guest project their joy and enthusiasm for old games and it is great. I listen to the episodes again and again, especially so when I pick up a topical game on psn or the virtual console. I love the personal stories of the crew in their youth when life revolved around games.