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Episode 263: Xenogears
Chris and Mads set out to kill God in this year’s game club RPG: Xenogears on the original PlayStation. Plus they discuss all the latest news on the retro gaming scene.
Episode 262: Jimmy Maher The Digital Antiquarian
Chris Worthington sits down for a chat with Jimmy Maher, author and writer of Amiga The Future Was Here and the Digital and Analog Antiquarian blogs.
Episode 261: PS2 Hidden Gems - Roushi's Pick's
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.
Episode 260: Now That’s What We Call The 80’s PT3
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.
Episode 259: Now That's What We Call The 80's PT2
In the second part of our nostalgic special, Dean & Steve jump into their diecast Delorian and talk 1980's music and also take a look back at some of the most memorable TV adverts of the decade.
Episode 258: Now That's What We Call The 80's PT1
In part one of our nostalgic special, Steve & Dean travel back to the decade that gave us New Wave, sticky neon carpet & mullet hair styles to discuss their favorite toys, TV shows & films of the 1980's.
Also discussed: The A500, Steam Deck & the MiSTer FPGA project.
Fantastic and the passion always shines through
One of my top goto podcasts on all things retro. Superbly produced and you can feel the passion when everyone talks.
Fantastic and long may they all continue :-)
Excellent representation of the UK / EU retro gaming scene
Have been listening to RA for many years now and the show is simply superb. I’ve never left a review for any podcast before but felt compelled to do so. As a 39 year old (retro) gamer this gives me a exactly what I want from a gaming podcast. Platform coverage is expansive and the genres discussed are wide and diverse. The banter between the boys is also great. A genuine highlight in my weekly podcast feed.
I have been listening to Retro Asylum for a while now, caught up with the entire back catalogue while working though lockdown 1. I’m a wannabe retro games player, who just does not have the space for anything other than my minis and evercade. I sort of leach fun from listening to these great guys having fun.
Keep up the good , no excellent work.