Ben Bertoli and friends discuss the many weird and wonderful stories surrounding video game history.
April makes fools of us all, but especially readers of video game magazine EGM in the early '90s.
Battle of the Bits
Chiptune superstar Jamatar is back to talk about the music created for and by the SNES and Genesis. Featuring never-before-heard 16-bit snipits!
Goomba Shaped Goomba
Mario's most common enemy, the Goomba, is obvious a... wait, what are they exactly? Friend of the show Graeme Allen stops by to add his thoughts.
When it came to Wii launch titles, Red Steel was supposed to a cut above.
All We Need is Brian
Quest 64 wasn't the best RPG on the Nintendo 64, but it was certainly the first.
Knuckles Hates Malbobo
An investigative report on why Knuckles the Echidna detests cigarettes.
Entertaining and interesting!
The memory card podcast keeps me entertained on drives and sometimes at work. Ben and Push, the hosts, do an excellent job of throughly explaining video game topics and history. I only knew the name of Monster Rancher and I was still able to enjoy the episode “Monsters Rule” all about Monster Rancher.
Very Nice Impressions
I just started watching with season 5. I really enjoy that the information is easily relayed to the audience
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Memory card is a love letter to video game history. Video games as a genre are weird and whacky, and memory card helps us all dive down the rabbit hole and learn fun and interesting facts from some of our favorite video games! And even some we never knew existed! Each episode is a ton of fun!