Explore the PlayStation 2 library ten games at a time, each episode ranking them best to worst.
Prince Of Persia - Sands Of Time
This week we get our Aladdin on and take a trip to the world of Prince Of Persia in the 2003 classic.
Back In My Game Vol 2 - The 2D Platformer
This week we dive into our past to talk about a subject we both love, 2d platformers
This ep we get into the zone, the killzone with sony's 2004 first person shooter.
Yoshi Symphonies - The Road To Yoshi's Island
we explore yoshi's island music and celebrating our part in 'the road to yoshi's island' documentary now on YouTube.
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Enter The Matrix
This week we go into THE MATRIX with 2003's Enter The Matrix.
The Business Of Retro Games
This week we interview tom from game central in Boston Lincolnshire to find out how retro games are becoming an industry.
Classic Gaming in the 3D Era
While most classic gaming shows revolve around gaming’s pixellated past, this podcast mainly looks at video games in the post-PlayStation era. Dylan and Sam have some fun, relaxing discussions on the PlayStation 2’s library, doing a deep dive into each game they play. Highly recommended for PS2 players and fans of the early to mid-2000s era of gaming!
One of my new favorites
Alright, so maybe I’m too late for the Dark Cloud competition, but that still reminded me that I need to give you guys a good review! This podcast is a great balance of history, overview, and context blended with the personal experience each of the hosts has playing the games today. It’s exactly what I enjoy in my podcasts and it was such a delight to stumble upon. As a fan of the PS2, I can’t wait to keep following you guys on this journey :)
Fun, laid back gaming chat
I came across this podcast after hearing their promo on another Greenlit show. I'm a difficult guy to please when it comes to gaming podcasts but I truly enjoy how much depth they go into with each episode. They could easily give a brief synopsis of the game and then rate/review it but they dive into the deep end without hesistation. Even better, throughout the episode they play clips of the soundtrack to give you an idea of how it sounds. Highly recommended.