Danny and Stian share stories from a lifetime of playing videogames, with an emphasis on retro games and retro gaming. We span everything from Nintendo and Sega to Atari, PC, Playstation and more, as we analyze all aspects of the gaming industry, and how it’s changed through the years.
We finally devote an entire episode to the Nintendo 64! Mario 64, Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Goldeneye, Mario Kart 64, Banjo-Kazooie and more as we reminisce on the launch of what was first known as the Ultra 64.
A Retro PC Build
This episode covers a few different topics, such as games that didn't quite make our top 50 lists and we also talk about Tharald's new retro gaming PC build. We talk about midi synthesizer modules for retro gaming on the PC, like the Roland MT-32 and the Roland SC-55.
1990s PC Games
We have a special guest on this episode to talk about 90s PC gaming classics like Command & Conquer Red Alert, Monkey Island, MDK, Simon The Sorcerer 2, Wing Commander, Die By The Sword, Carmageddon 2 and Grim Fandango. We also get into some oddities like William Shatner's Tek War, talk about the lost potential of the Star Wars The Phantom Menace game and discuss classic graphics cards like the 3dfx Voodoo 2 and Voodoo Banshee.
50 Greatest Games: 05-01
We end up aligning on both Super Mario World, Final Fantasy VII, Tetris and Street Fighter as we count down the top spots of our 50 favourite games! For the number one spot we totally differ, and end up with an SNES and a PC classic. Have a listen to hear the entire lineup!
50 Greatest Games: 10-06
We lean heavily into mid-90's Nintendo games in this episode, but also cover some newer PC games as we count down our top 50 favorite games from number 10 to 6!
50 Greatest Games: 15-11
It's a retro gaming bonanza with NES, GameBoy, PlayStation, PC and more as we continue the countdown of our top 50 games! This time it's spot number 15 to 11.
Great podcast! Wished they would bring it back. I heard the entire podcast in chronological order starting with Episode 1. They touched on many retro gaming topics with an emphasis on the Super Nintendo era. They also covered a bit of current gaming news as the months (and years) went by. At first, their audio quality was quite amateur but over time they bought more equipment to refine their sound. It was nice to hear them evolve and grow in their broadcast skills as well. Both hosts are quite memorable, have likable personalities, are opinionated and knowledgeable of their topics. Recommended for those who are into gaming nostalgia, especially of the SNES. Thanks guys!