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The original classic gaming podcast continues its endless quest to explore the history of video games, one game at a time. Join hosts Jeremy Parish and Bob Mackey each week as they team up with a host of expert guests to chronicle the creations that have paved the way for today's hits. From forgotten black-and-white arcade machines to modern-day remakes, Retronauts spans more than four decades of vintage gaming greatness!
 
Marty Sliva, Nick Calandra and KC Nwosu discuss any and all cool things going on in pop culture - maybe even discussing some craft beer. Live Wednesdays on YouTube. Audio episodes are made available on Thursday morning.
 
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DLC is your Down Loadable Commentary for the week, giving you a rundown of everything you need to know about gaming in it's many forms! Whether it is on desktops, laptops, or consoles, VR, AR, or tabletop, DLC is your source for info, analysis, and opinion from the best voices in the industry! Hosts Jeff Cannata and Christian Spicer are joined each episode by a special guest to decide on a Story of the Week and discuss the games on their Playlist! DLC, the Digital Lifestyle Companion for gam ...
 
NWR Connectivity is a weekly podcast that is focused on connecting the listeners to the going-ons at Nintendo World Report. It highlights key stories and features from the site while also pulling in a variety of staff members to talk about different topics, such as new releases and important news stories. This is your ticket into the minds behind Nintendo World Report, for better or worse.
 
From the people behind Gamertron and The Not Red E Podcast comes the exhumation of A Winner Is You - a video game club podcast from the UK presented by Alex Aldridge (Goombastomp.com) and David Smillie (GamingRespawn.com). We specialise in rankings and top 10s as well as our main feature of deep diving into the biggest and best games, both old and new, one episode at a time!
 
Disorganized, chaotic, impulsive, random, often irrelevant...and usually hilarious. These words have been used to describe the eclectic, unusual madmen who share one thing in common: their love of video games, especially ones from "back in the day." While the podcast is primarily an *attempt* to discuss video games, video games aren't the only focus. Whether you're listening to a 20+ minute rant about manhwa (Korean comics), getting interrupted by crazy uncle Hank, or anything else in betwee ...
 
From opposite sides of the globe, your hosts Kiaran and Adam are on a mission to work through their enormous backlog of video games. In each episode they take on a game one (or both) of them have never finished before and get together to discuss their impressions. Was it good? Was it bad? Is it worth keeping on your backlog? Tune in to find out on The Good, the Bad, and the Backlog.
 
The Podcast is a chance for all of us to share things that we find, interesting, noteworthy, controversial or all of the above. It's relaxed and informal and is a platform for us to share our ideas and opinions. Like all good conversations the more opinions the better. You can join in the conversation whether it's on the comments section or on social media using the hashtag #tisuvanhuvacho.
 
An immersive audio experience featuring an extraordinary cast of performers, multidimensional sound, cinematic-quality effects, and a spectacular orchestral score. * * * Narrated by Reid Scott (Venom) and Devin Kelley (Frequency). Performed by Eric Christian Olsen (NCIS: Los Angeles), Troian Bellisario (Pretty Little Liars), Chris Pine (Wonder Woman), Keegan Allen (Pretty Little Liars), Patrick J. Adams (Suits), Sarah Wright Olsen (American Made), Brett Dier (Jane the Virgin), Christa B. All ...
 
The Cartridge Club is an amazing community of gamers, collectors, and video game enthusiasts of all ages. You'll find our flagship podcast, where hosts and fellow community members come together each and every month to play a game. From those nostalgic favorites of your childhood to the hottest modern titles that everyone’s talking about – this show, along with members of the community, covers it all!
 
Weekly podcast about both eastern & western animation comprised of a weekly review and discussion of the past week's episodes along with the discussion of a full completed season/series. Hosted by Mike Knowles (@TheMightyMic) with a rotating seat of guests along with the live chat on Twitch.tv/TheMightyMic when it airs every Sunday at 10pm EST.
 
Chiptune Tech is created to disseminate information regarding the tech side of the house when it comes to Chiptune hardware, mods, accessories, and all of the amazing innovations that people are doing to bring a brighter future to chiptune music. OhmNomNom is a collective of musicians, artists, tech heads and writers with a passion for chiptune music, retro gaming and old computers. We aim to share information and our passion to all of you. If you are interested submitting audio, video or ar ...
 
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A few months ago, we reviewed Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. I didn't really like it, and I took a lot of shit for that opinion (which I stand by, screw that stupid inverted castle). This week, we're looking another Castlevania - Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow. And I'm happy (and relieved) to say that it was everything I wanted SOTN to be. This g…
 
In this episode Adam is joined by special guests Chris Coplien from the Retro Hangover Podcast, and Ozzy Garcia (a Cuban). We took on Squaresoft's 1999 forgotten PS1 JRPG: Threads of Fate... or Dewprism if you're a purist like Chris. Was the game worth it? Is there a good reason it was forgotten? Tune in to find out!…
 
I'm just gonna lay my cards on the table here - I don't like Mickey Mouse. I think he's creepy, his voice is annoying, and Donald Duck should frame him for murder and take over as the face that runs the place at Disney. And whether it's due to my hatred of Mickey or just my lack of sophistication, I don't think I've ever played a Mickey Mouse game …
 
Welcome to another installment of Inspired By Metroid! This week, we're diving into a game that helped launch the Metroidvania renaissance, Moon Studio's 2015 masterpiece, Ori and the Blind Forest! Andy describes this game as "one of the greatest games ever made"", and this week we dive into all the reasons why that is. From the incredible momentum…
 
More newcomers arrive on NES this episode, each bringing a musty conversion of an even older original work in tow. Kemco-Seika makes its NES debut with a two-year-old port of First Star Software's Spy Vs. Spy, which kinda-sorta puts a bow on the two-player trend of NES software by way of a competitive espionage adventure. Just as dated is the debut…
 
It's two for two for the road this week with Bubble Bobble, a game specifically designed to be played with another person, and Racket Attack, the second-ever NES tennis game which, like Nintendo's Tennis, offers support for doubles play (though not competitive play). Amidst all the moral panic about the way video games were rotting the brains of Am…
 
Thanks to the generous patronage of Andrew Oliveira, we're continuing our Kirby journey right where we left off in episode 401. This time around, we see the passing of the torch, as series creator Masahiro Sakurai completes his Kirby trilogy and begins working on the Smash Bros. series for the rest of his natural life. The next iteration of Kirby m…
 
In this episode of The Video Game Robot Show, Kam, Nate, and guest Michael Higham discuss hot dogs and pac man. Music by Julian VArt by Zack Russell Support! https://patreon.com/somegoodshows Wear! https://somegoodshows.biz/merch Tweets! https://twitter.com/VideoGameRobot Discord! https://discord.gg/6gznNR5 Want more good shows? https://SomeGoodSho…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome Will Schulz from MegaDads to the show this week to discuss accessibility options on God of War Ragnarok, EA looking to sell or merge, the Marvel Snap announcement, and more! The Playlist: Final Fantasy XIV, Little Witch in the Woods, ElecHead, MultiVersus, V Rising, Soundfall Tabletop Time: Wingspan, Villainous, 5-Minute …
 
The Saiyans unleash their ki against all their otherworldly opponents in Episode 330: Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2.Intro and outro music by Kubbi at kubbimusic.com.Edited by Dan Willett at danwillettaudio.com.Visit NGP online: ngppodcast.com/Follow NGP on Twitter: twitter.com/ngppodcastLike NGP on Facebook: facebook.com/ngppodcastSupport NG…
 
This week it's all about winding back the clock! For some reason John started playing Dante's Inferno on his Xbox Series X. Meanwhile Neal has been winding things back in a much more physical sense on his crank equipped Playdate. Speaking of going back and time, the fellas have been reading Reggie's partially true book, Disrupting the Game. This le…
 
In preparation for the upcoming remaster of the series, we're looking at Pocky and Rocky 2 for the Super Nintendo! This top-down action shooter let's you play with several different partners, or one of your friends, to blast your way through 9 stages of card-throwing, partner-tossing action! And we didn't want to talk about it alone, so we've asked…
 
The GBA and the PS2 are the consoles I get the most requests for, and as I've explained, I just didn't play them much in their prime, so I'm slowly catching up on the catalogs. You could lump the 3DS into that conversation, too. I don't get as many requests for episodes about its best games, but I've also only played a handful of titles on it, so t…
 
Yes, we're talking about Metroid: Other M again, the most controversial Metroid game that Metroid fans can't seem to be able to forgive or forget. But this week, Andy is arguing that the basic premise of the game ("Samus, emotionally reeling following the events of Zebes, answers a distress call on a mysterious GF ship where she meets her old comma…
 
Jeremy Parish, Stuart Gipp, Jared Petty, and Kat Bailey look deep inside their hearts and find that there is indeed room enough for love, even for crummy games that don't deserve it. This week, we discuss the lousy ol' games we love despite themselves. Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! Support the show to enjoy ad-fre…
 
!!!PRODUCER POOL!!!The capsule monsters solve puzzles and defy gods in Episode 329: Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals.Intro and outro music by Kubbi at kubbimusic.com.Edited by Dan Willett at danwillettaudio.com.Visit NGP online: https://ngppodcast.com/Follow NGP on Twitter: twitter.com/ngppodcastLike NGP on Facebook: facebook.com/ngppodcastSupport …
 
Jeff and Christian welcome Miles Dompier from Windows Central back to the show this week to discuss the huge news that both Starfield and Redfall will not be releasing in 2022. Plus, Gotham Knights gameplay, and tons of interesting independent games in Nintendo's Switch Indie Showcase. The Playlist: Evil Dead: The Game, Rogue Legacy 2, Steam Deck, …
 
Recorded just hours after the Indie World Showcase, John and Alex highlight a few games before discussing the weird sequel-based hype cycle around indie titles. They follow this up with an in depth discussion of how Nintendo probably didn't tell their investors they were terrified to make a new system. Things wrap on with some listener mail in whic…
 
Content Warning: The Citrus Scale is an ADULTS ONLY podcast, featuring explicit content, strong language and suggestive themes not suitable for minors or anyone below the age of 18. Earphones are recommended. The Hosts are also NOT licensed medical or legal professionals. The topics of today’s podcast touch upon xenophobia, sinophobia, harassment, …
 
We've got a special treat for you this week as Andy's Virtual Theater (the podcast about video game movies and the stories that shape them) co-host Gooey Fame is joining the pod for a retrospective of not only one of the greatest sci-fi movies of all time, but the movie that heavily inspired the Metroid series: Ridley Scott's 1979 masterpiece Alien…
 
This episode of RTG is sponsored by Better Help. BetterHelp.com/RememberTheGame Sometimes the best way to deal with an issue is to simply talk to someone. Unfortunately, that can be easier said than done. But Better Help is making is easier than ever. They offer secure, confidential, online therapy sessions with professional, licensed counsellors, …
 
Jeff and Christian welcome Kat Bailey from IGN back to the show to discuss her reporting on Nintendo of America, the sale of three big studios by Square Enix, Fortnite payable once again on iOS and ANdroid, Blizzard's new mobile Warcaft, and more! The Playlist: Elden Ring, Steam Deck, Sifu, Trek to Yomi, Vampire Survivors,Loot River VR Talk: Meta Q…
 
Fanfiction has long been associated with theft, creative bankruptcy, poor writing, and Cloud and Sephiroth from Final Fantasy 7 entangled in a forever-embrace. Join Nadia Oxford and authors Laura Mauro and Sarah Blair as they explain its benefits, too. Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! Support the show to enjoy ad-fre…
 
In this episode of The Video Game Robot Show, Kam, Nate, and guest GeorgieBoysAXE discuss mozz sticks and fmv. Music by Julian VArt by Zack Russell Support! https://patreon.com/somegoodshows Wear! https://somegoodshows.biz/merch Tweets! https://twitter.com/VideoGameRobot Discord! https://discord.gg/6gznNR5 Want more good shows? https://SomeGoodShow…
 
Welcome to New Game Plus. This is the perfect place to start listening to NGP as three of our lovely community members recap the last twenty (or so) episodes in Retro Recap 13!Garlyle - waipf.podbean.com/Shawna - www.youtube.com/ShawnaGamesBrojem - https://www.lego.com/Intro and outro music by Kubbi at kubbimusic.com.Edited by Dan Willett at danwil…
 
The prevailing theme for NES games in 1988 has been multiplayer. From Contra to Life Force to Jackal, many of the best games for ’88 played best with friends. (That was probably also true for games that weren't published by Konami, even.) Fittingly, episode 88 sees not but three games that uphold that trend. First, there's Jackal, a widely overlook…
 
In this podcast we talk about the history of Air Zonk on the Turbografx-16, enjoy! If you would like to get ahold of me please do so at Retrobengaming@gmail.com You can find my playthrough of Air Zonk on my Youtube channel "Retrobengaming". --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
This time we're taking a look at a read oddball game, Incredible Crisis for the Sony Playstation. Maybe one of the weirdest all-around games of the generation, you take control of the members of the Tanamatsuri family as they try and get home for a nice dinner with Grandma. Really! Is this dressed up collection of mini-games worth a try? Spoilers :…
 
We're back with our second episode of the 3D Zelda Game Club. This time we journey to termina for what might just be the panels overall favorite 3D Zelda game. Why does this game hold up so well? What's the best version? And is Link dead the whole time? Connectivity has joined Twitter, so be sure to follow @ConnectivityNWR to be up to date on any a…
 
Welcome to a new segment on the show we like to call Samus's Percentages! The premise is simple: we read a statement out loud and then assign a percentage on how true or likely we believe the statement to be. On today's debut episode, we have a whole bunch of doozeys, including: will Metroid Prime 4 sell over 10 million copies? Will Nintendo give t…
 
Elden Ring is a sprawling, fantastical and relentlessly punishing video game. So much so that it can make you go a little crazy, and that seems to have been the case with your intrepid hosts here. Let's just say we're filled with piss and vinegar for this one! Just a warning, this podcast will not cover the lore of these games, especially as many p…
 
Stuart Gipp and Dave Bulmer unite to discuss that most esoteric and exciting of computers, the Amiga. History is revealed, many excellent and emotionally powerful games are discussed, and Gilbert Gottfried sadly passes away—almost derailing the podcast. Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! Support the show to enjoy ad-fr…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome Anthony Taormina from Gamerant.com back to the show this week to discuss Microsoft's announcement of an E3-timed press conference, Sony's mandate to provide game demos to Playstation Plus Premium subscribers, the official Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 announcement, and more! The Playlist: Rogue Legacy 2, Nintendo Switch S…
 
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