Join the RetroCollect Squad as they talk their way through the wonderful world of retro gaming. Talking points span the golden age of classic gaming to today's neo-retro modern releases - and whatever deviant paths our hosts travel down. One thing is clear in our discussions though and that is our passion for pixels from every era!.
Issue 21: Cancelled Games
In the world of cinema, the term ‘development hell’ is regularly bandied about when describing a production that has been passed from director, to studio, to producer - often with the cast being changed drastically. Very often, these movies never se
Issue 20: Shinobi
RetroCollect FM - Issue 20: Shinobi
With a Legendary lifetime starting way back in 1987 surely most retro-gamers have experienced a taste of Ninja Magic in their gaming lifetime? Join our stealthy hosts on a journey through time as they discuss ever...
Issue 19: R-Type
In 1987 Irem's classic R-Type burst into the Arcades and got many of us feeding the system, as we scrolled through the universe to defeat the Evil Bydo Empire.
Later it ported to our home systems, then spawned many sequels turning it into one of Irem..
RetroCollect FM - Re-Quest II
This time on #RCFM: Our intrepid hosts dedicate the entire RetroCollect FM episode towards responding to your intriguing and sometimes odd questions?
Ladies & Gentlemen we bring you the Re-Quest II!
If you are new to our Re-Quest series? In a Koopa...
Issue 18: Sega Master System
Released in Japan in 1985 as the Sega Mark III, The Master System eventually made it's way to US and UK shores in 1986 and 1987 respectively. While Nintendo's Entertainment System enjoyed unparalleled success on the other side of the Atlantic, in the U.
Issue 17: 1997 In Review
1997 was an amazing year for gaming: the N64 was finally released in Europe, Suikoden and Final Fantasy 7 entertained PlayStation owners, while Sega Saturn gamers got Manx TT and PC gaming saw the release of Carmageddon, MDK and Dark Forces. Join regul.
Just started listening -- happy accident w/ a Google search. Not too long, not to short (1 hour / 30 minutes on average). Covers my favorite period of gaming (post-crash) from an across the pond perspective. Keep them coming!
Interesting and Entertaining Perspective
Growing up in the states, i had little awareness of the (now retro) gaming world of the UK. But now I get to hear the perspective of what happened with my generation from half way around the world! Its amazing and eye opening!
Its also very entertaining. The chemistry between hosts is hilarious, and always works to support the discussion, not distract from it.
I now subscribe and listen to different episodes on my daily commute to work.
Thanks for taking the time to tell yer stories and review some great (and bot so great) games!
Oh, and never shy away from lovin that Jaguar!
Best one out there!
This is the best retro gaming podcast out there. As an American, I enjoy hearing a different perspective on the glory days of my favorite hobby since the hosts are British and Nintendo didn't rule the world over there.
We need more episodes!