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It’s your favorite blue, fuzzy, Nintendo-centric YouTuber, only now you can’t see him! Join Arlo and guests from the YouTube gaming sphere and beyond as they chat about Nintendo, gaming as a whole, off-topic nonsense, and—let’s be honest—probably food.
 
Nerd Cave Retro is a podcast dedicated to those who grew up in the '80s and '90s with classic Nintendo games. Hosts Derek Diamond and Jason Robbins discuss their memories of NES and SNES games, and offer advice to those who want to get into collecting the classics. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nerdcaveretro/support
 
Imagine if you could wake up every day feeling full of energy –you just can’t wait to take on your day! What would it mean to you to sleep deeply every night and wake up refreshed, have boundless energy to get through your day, recover quickly from occasional ailments, and heal any chronic illnesses? If you already feel healthy and want to optimize your life, this is for you. And if you’re struggling with any kind of health issue, this is even more important, especially if you are frustrated ...
 
Dope and Damaged is a weekly podcast with Revolving guests and topics. We believe, that everyone has a story, everyone has a voice and everyone has an opinion. We talk about business, career, self growth, mental health, and much more. The aim is to motivate, edutain and inspire! Follow us on www.instagram.com/dopeanddamadhttps://m.youtube.com/user/nesmuziq
 
Goobz & Toby pick one retro video game each episode to play. They discuss the history, story, game play, music, fun facts, then rate it at the end from 1-10. The goal is to see which old games hold up today and maybe see if some of our favorites are only good due to nostalgia. The guys mostly play games on NES, SNES, N64, GameCube, SEGA Genesis, Playstation, PS2, and any other dead console they can get their hands on.*ADULT LANGUAGE IS USED*
 
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!
 
Burnt Offerings is a podcast featuring horror movie, and music, news and reviews. Hosts Jared and Steve discuss horror films and whatever bands and releases they have been jamming all while downing a fine selection of cheap beer and malt liquor. Steve is a self proclaimed '80s slasher fan who doesn't enjoy much of anything that came out after 1994. If he's not watching Hide and Go Shriek while downing a 40oz of Mickeys and blasting Fister, then he's probably beating Friday the 13th for the N ...
 
The Assembly Line is a podcast dedicated to featuring homebrew games developed by programmers after the NES's initial lifespan. Hosted by two veteran NES homebrew programmers, Kevin from KHAN Games and Beau from Sole Goose Productions, the two delve into one game an episode, focusing on the development history, release information, give personal opinions, and usually interview the creators themselves! Typically focusing on the games that the two feel are most noteworthy, for various reasons, ...
 
Did you ever sit back and wonder, who the heck did I marry? Because we're pretty sure we didn't know what to expect when we tied the knot, and what we got was a house full of so much nerd, it could basically be a convention. But what happens to the nerd inside when life starts to get in the way? You make a podcast, that's what. Trust us. We know what it's like. One day, you're a little kid sitting on the couch, eating a bowl of cereal and enjoying Saturday morning cartoons, playing your NES, ...
 
Remember when Nintendo was all there was? Of course you do. Back before we were inundated with generation upon generation of games in an endless race for technological supremacy, we had a common reference point in those oversized gray cartridges. Scott White gets nostalgic (and a little bit musical) about it in All That's Fit for 8 Bits, a tonally upbeat journey through the original NES library.
 
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You ever dance with the thicc boys in the pale moonlight? Well tonight is your chance! Toby and Goobz use a term they haven't used in a while... "NINTENDO HARD" while playing the Batman game based on the movie for the Nintendo! They discuss the history, story, game play, fun facts and rate this game on a 1-10 scale at the end then let you know if t…
 
Choice Point is a feature-length documentary film, which probes the issues of transformational change and how when one person transforms his or her own life that person can contribute in a positive way to the shaping of the world. Featuring major visionaries and inspirational figures of our times, including Sir Richard Branson, Archbishop Desmond T…
 
A pair of arcade shooter adaptations leads us into the second half of 1988 for NES Works, both of which deserve attention for entirely different reasons. Defender II sees the publishing debut of HAL Labs (via HAL America), a well-deserved turn of events for a studio that was so essential to the early success of this platform. And this conversion st…
 
This week JSniperton and Briar welcome dammit2hell to discuss the weeks news in Retro Gaming, and play Kid Icarus for the NES. Retro Slot is: @JSniperton | @TheBriarRabbit | Find all of the DCP Members on Twitter: @teft |@TheBriarRabbit | @franmirabella | @Mrs5oooWatts | @JSniperton | @Arekkz Gaming Art by Ash: @AR_McD Social Media and Twitch Manag…
 
Jeremy Parish, Bob Mackey, Chris Kohler, and Stephan Reese muster all their Nintendo knowledge and an alarming amount of fuzzy nostalgia to talk about the 30th anniversary of the Nintendo Entertainment System launch and the console's early days. Art by Greg Melo; edits by Greg Leahy. Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! …
 
Jeremy Parish, Ray Barnholt, Shivam Bhatt, and Shane Bettenhausen convene to celebrate Metroid's 35th anniversary AND the finale (?) of the series with Metroid Dread by looking back at all that Samus Aran brought to gaming. Turns out it's a lot! Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! Support the show to enjoy ad-free early…
 
This week the crew welcomes Benny to talk about the newly revamped Trials of Osiris and much more! -------------------------------------------------------- Find all of the DCP Members on Twitter: @teft |@TheBriarRabbit | @franmirabella | @Mrs5oooWatts | @Holtzmann_YT | @PopeBear Art by Ash: @AR_McD Social Media and Twitch Management by Mr_Ar3s: @Mr…
 
Welcome back to The Game Informer Show! This week, we're breaking down our Deathloop review impressions and why Arkane Studios has a Game of the Year contender on its hands. We also discuss Dying Light 2 delay news and Eastward, a charming pixel art game. On top of that, we're joined by the one and only James Willems, Co-Founder of Funhaus, to talk…
 
In this episode, Frenchpet plays Crash Bandicoot! He talks about donating to valley village, stealing from Frenchy’s, being casual, the adventure of treasure hunting, and much more! Follow our socials for more Frenchpet madness! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frenchpet/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/frenchpet/ Instagram: https://www.instagra…
 
This week, the Atari Lynx is getting 4 new games, Pokemon Oreos are a thing, rumors of a retailer discovering hundreds of sealed SNES games, and we review the side-scrolling action-RPG style indie game AGGELOS from PQube Games. --Check out our merch: www.ncrmerch.com --www.nerdcaveretro.com --Join our Patreon: www.patreon.com/nerdcaveretro --- Send…
 
Donkey Kong comes to Nintendo's rescue Software retailing is coming to a mall near you Computer Chronicles brings tech to TV These stories and many more on this episode of the Video Game Newsroom Time Machine This episode we will look back at the biggest stories in and around the video game industry in August of 1981. As always, we'll mostly be usi…
 
Welcome to Pocket Review, from the guys that brought you Retro Blissed!Legend of the River King is a 1999 Gameboy Color game best described as a fishing RPG. If that doesn’t send you running for the hills, stick around for the full review from Trevor, Johnny, and Tim. For a raw version of the first attempt at this episode, check out the Retro Bliss…
 
We're taking it back to the days of big eyes, big swords, and big fight scenes! That's right, we're kicking it old-school with 16-bit style anime games! Lots of nostalgia in this episode, everything from searching for anime VHS tapes to arguing who your favorite Ranma character is! Lots of great tunes in this episode too, these tracks are rocking!F…
 
Can't decide which particular soundtrack or theme suits your mood today? Don't sweat it -- it's a Free Play day! Let this assortment of miscellaneous unaffiliated tracks get you movin', courtesy of... The Legacy Music Hour was created by Brent Weinbach and Rob F. specifically for the purpose of talking about video game music from the golden age of …
 
Holes burnt in your palms be damned, Mario Party is a special franchise. Has it lost its way at times over the past 20+ years? No question. But it just seems like everybody has played these games from time to time over the years, and wheel e may not love every iteration, we all get hella excited when a new one is announced. So this week, former RTG…
 
On the SPOOKIEST episode of Arlocast yet (not really), Zion Grassl from Nintendo Life and streamer SkywardWing discuss Warioware: Get It Together, the now-confirmed European Switch price drop rumours, and pet Pokemon. Meanwhile, Sky sneaks his way into Arlo’s heart through a shared love of tiny plant creatures. Be sure to follow @Arlocast on Twitte…
 
Eljai joins us this week on the Dope and Damaged podcast. Not only does she talk about her journey as an theater actress performer and writer, she also tells us about the benefits of therapy, mental health, abuse and loads more. Tune in to learn more! Find us on all streaming platforms: Dope and damaged Connect with us: Ig: @dopeanddamaged Twitter:…
 
This week the crew talks to about the recent Playstation Showcase, Tale sof Arise, and Deathloop! -------------------------------------------------------- SideQuest is: @teft |@TheBriarRabbit | @Mrs5oooWatts | @Arekkz Find all of the DCP Members on Twitter: @teft |@TheBriarRabbit | @franmirabella | @Mrs5oooWatts | @Holtzmann_YT | @PopeBear Art by A…
 
On this episode of the show, the boys find themselves back in 2006 thanks to a time machine (or something?). They've crash landed on yet another desert island, but luckily, they brought their solar powered SupaBoy and 15 SNES games! Follow us @wiowpodcast on Twitter and Instagram for interesting retro game content as well as updates on the show! SH…
 
We reach Mega Drive letter G and busting makes us feel good! Cultural interlude from December 1st 1990 Get in touch with us via the following pester paths; Discord Instagram Twitter Twitch Website Round Table Chat About Games and That What Sull Did Zelda Sundays Gears of War 4 iZombie What Mark Did Succession Medium What Dan Did Hades Cuphead Slay …
 
This month's Commentary was selected by YOU, the Patrons! Derek, Jason, & Wally watch the 1986 John Carpenter Classic, Big Trouble in Little China. Do Derek and Jason love this movie? Does Wally think it's overrated and Jason is crazy for loving it so much? Find out on this month's Patreon funded commentary track! --Check out our merch: www.ncrmerc…
 
35 years ago, a tiny team at Nintendo R&D1 crunched their way through a the development of a weird little game called Kid Icarus: a quirky, slightly alienating action-RPG starring a chubby angel who can't stop falling through platforms. Despite the lead character's prevalence in marketing from the early NES days, and his role in the classic Captain…
 
The "Popeyes Angel" & "Phone Posture" stories in the Trifling in NYC segment! Review of Episodes 3, 4 & 5 of Reservation Dogs!Email - visceralist@gmail.comInstagram / Twitter - @visceralistPatreon! If you want to help support to the show - https://www.patreon.com/visceralistAvailable on Soundcloud, Spotify & iTunes!© Visceralist LLC…
 
On this episode of Attack the Backlog, Marc shoots their way through the forests, villages, caves, and ruins of Jumanji: The Video Game, the video game all about Jumanji: The Movie. Not the original movie starring Robin Williams, but the new (good) ones, starring The Rock, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, that one Jonas brother, the guy who’s …
 
Firing Range #34 is here! -------------------------------------------------------- Firing Range is: @falloutplays | @DrewskysChannel | @IAmCoolGuyYT | @Mercules904 Find all of the DCP Members on Twitter: @teft |@TheBriarRabbit | @franmirabella | @Mrs5oooWatts | @Holtzmann_YT | @PopeBear Art by Ash: @AR_McD Social Media and Twitch Management by Mr_A…
 
This week the crew discusses Koalas... -------------------------------------------------------- Find all of the DCP Members on Twitter: @teft |@TheBriarRabbit | @franmirabella | @Mrs5oooWatts | @Holtzmann_YT | @PopeBear Art by Ash: @AR_McD Social Media and Twitch Management by Mr_Ar3s: @Mr_Ar3s ------------------------------------------------------…
 
This week on NintenDomain, we have John Wedgeworth on from Nerd Noise Radio to talk about Quake, Metroid Dread, Switch OLED, Garden Story, and many other things! Support NintenDomain at www.patreon.com/nintendomainpodcast Music: Intro: Metroid NES: Brinstar Break 1: Golf Club Wasteland: Repetition Break 2: Golf Club Wasteland: Distant Thunder Outro…
 
We're back with another hugely exciting episode of The Game Informer Show! This week, we're breaking down our review impressions of Tales of Arise, Life is Strange: True Colors, and WarioWare: Get It Together. On top of that, we're joined by the illustrious Riana Manuel from G4TV and What's Good Games to regale of us with her journey through the in…
 
In this episode, Frenchpet plays R-Type Final on PS2! He discusses the non-finality of R-Type Final, the appeal of DualShock 2 vibrations, and the downfalls of Marie Kondo-ing his game collection. He also rants about the CRT craze, the hypocrisy of retro game stores, Lexmark printers, and Brita filters as an indicator of social status. All this and…
 
Broderbund was one of the most important publishers of the 80s and 90s, releasing seminal titles such as Choplifter, Prince of Persia, Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego, Print Shop, and Myst. But behind the scenes was a family, a true band of siblings, that proved that business didn't have to be a cutthroat winner-take-all affair. Gary Carlston…
 
This week @TheRealBigWall fills in for Derek and we discuss the new allegations in the retrogaming auction controversy, Pokemon Krispy Kreme, the Museum of Pinball shutting it's doors, & Jason reviews Kingdom Rush! --Check out our merch: www.ncrmerch.com --www.nerdcaveretro.com --Join our Patreon: www.patreon.com/nerdcaveretro -- Watch live at http…
 
Toby and Goobz couldn't review this one alone.. They got the help of Keith from the Main Quest Podcast to cover this game that may or may not be tied into the Star Wars universe.. or probably not.. it's just a LucasArts game.. but what if? They discuss the history, story, game play, fun facts and rate this game on a 1-10 scale at the end then let y…
 
This week JSniperton and Briar talk about the Heritage Auctions Retro Game controversy, Lightning Force for the Sega Genesis, and much more! Retro Slot is: @JSniperton | @TheBriarRabbit | Find all of the DCP Members on Twitter: @teft |@TheBriarRabbit | @franmirabella | @Mrs5oooWatts | @JSniperton | @Arekkz Gaming Art by Ash: @AR_McD Social Media an…
 
This week we're going deep into 90s nostalgia. I'm talking ninjas, monsters, cats, and whatever the Animaniacs were! So let's jam out to some amazing tunes from the 16bit era of gaming, cartoon style! Find more of the podcast! https://rhythmandpixels.comSupport the show and get access to more content and cool stuff! https://patreon.com/rhythmandpix…
 
I don't know how Nintendo convinced all of us to accept the idea that Mario is a Doctor now, but they did it. And thank fuck they did, because this game is just...really, really good. Dr. Mario might not be as iconic as Tetris, but to anyone that grew up playing it on their NES (or GameBoy), it's pretty damned close. From the multiplayer, to firing…
 
Hard Drivin’ for the Sega Genesis is a port of the super early 3-D arcade racing game. The guys also review the sequel Race Drivin’ on the Genesis. Much like the retro blissed hosts themselves, these games are known for a very, very slow frame rate.BICBP-RADIO.com Instagram Trevor Franklin retroblissed Johnny Townsend johnnyism28 TwitterTrevor Fran…
 
Our guest this week goes by the name of Angela and is a psychologist, coach and Youtuber. She talks about going from a fully dedicated mother for 10 years to picking up her career again. Tune in and learn more about mindset and how it effect the brain and loads more! Find us on all streaming platforms: Dope and Damaged Connect with us: Twitter: @Do…
 
SideQuest #108 is here with a special developer interview edition with Joe Winter, solo game dev of Song of Iron! -------------------------------------------------------- SideQuest is: @teft |@TheBriarRabbit | @Mrs5oooWatts | @Arekkz Find all of the DCP Members on Twitter: @teft |@TheBriarRabbit | @franmirabella | @Mrs5oooWatts | @Holtzmann_YT | @P…
 
Have you ever picked up a game, think you've put in a few hours, and suddenly, you’ve blacked out, and you’re somehow staring at the end credits? Yeah, that’s happened to us, too. Mostly Mike, but still! Or maybe you find yourself obsessing over a game you've long since beaten, and you hear that siren's call and have to pick it up again. Yep, us to…
 
In this episode, Frenchpet plays Capcom vs. SNK while talking about the new He-Man cartoon, self guidance, finding peace by avoiding software as a service, getting diarrhea from Tim Hortons coffee, and much more! Follow our socials for more Frenchpet madness! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frenchpet/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/frenchpet/ …
 
Sega enters 1985 with the hottest game of 1982, and the good news is that Zaxxon looks and plays far more convincingly than its sibling release Congo Bongo did back in 1983. This adaptation of the arcade hit makes some curious tweaks to the game's flow and design, and it adds a bit of background music, which sets it apart from other conversions of …
 
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