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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.
Episode 257: Half Life
The artist formerly known as young Chris and Mads don their HEV suits and grab their trusty crowbars as they fight their way through Half-Life and its expansions in this month's game club episode.
Episode 256: We talk to Mike Rouse of Anstream Arcade
In this episode, Matt Wilsher climbs into his shed to grill the newly appointed Head Of Production at Antstream Arcade, Mike Rouse about the streaming services future plans, competitions and rom hacking.
Brings back old memories
As an avid retro games collector myself, and originally being from Ireland, I grew up with all of the systems that you guys talk about. American retro gaming is completely different, but I'm glad to have found this podcast and I really enjoy it on my commutes to and from work - it even inspires me to take the time and break out my old Amiga 1200 and Spectrum to play!
Time Machine to my childhood!
Have always been a nostalgia junkie, but only recently decided to start listening to the community and found this great podcast! The thing that kept me listening and also to start checking out the forums and website is the genuine nature of everyone involved. Absolutely love the specials, especially the Speccy and Amiga ones as those were my machines of choice! Also as an expat living in the US, its nice to hear the range of accents again! ;-)
Hit or Miss
An odd bunch of clique hosts relatively new to the GBR retro gaming culture scene. Deliveries range from quite well-spoken to "propa ruff" and to one being an annoying bumbling pipsqueak. The Retro Hour this is not. Expertise, experience and knowledge-wise it is definitely the mainstream popular in GBR 8-bit and 16-bit home computers and PAL console tat they excel in. When it comes to Japanese issue TV and coin-op games they are way out of their depth, often resulting in just reciting Wikipedia and emulators. The SFII episode was great as it actually had new blood that were knowledgable and experienced with interesting anecdotes on the subject matter. On the whole, if being GBR-centric and microcomputers are your bag=great.