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Best 8bit podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best 8bit podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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8bit Saga is a biweekly RPG podcast from the 8bit Geek Network. Listen in as our mighty heroes play D&D, make terrible jokes, and explore the world they're in. First up, Shadow of the Old Republic, a D&D campaign set in the Star Wars Universe.
 
As your hosts of 8bitBourbon we bring a fan's perspective to everything from gaming to technology to sports. We love to have our listeners be as interactive as possible. If you like drinking, games, technology, sports or podcasts in general, give us a try and we thank you for listening.
 
GALACTICAST is a weekly sci-fi comedy show parodying all the worlds of geek-dom. From their apartment studio, Casey McKinnon and Rudy Jahchan (along with the other Galacticast players) mash-up their love of science fiction, fantasy, horror, comics, and video-games to bring you hilarious sketches every Monday morning. My Veoh Show
 
Evillips equals 100% computer music at a low, deep pace. Lo-fi soundscapes filled with 8bit beats inspired by rap, funk, samba and bossa nova combined with simplistic melancholic synth-pianos, bubblin' hypnotic basslines and barely understandable acrobatic psychodely. Distortion and electroacustic modulation adds a twist to the looping melodies, which sometimes are smooth and calmin', but also creepy and disturbing.
 
This Week in Chiptune is a weekly music show highlighting some of the best new Chiptunes from around the world. The show is hosted and mixed live by Dj CUTMAN. Sometimes called chipmusic, 8bit, bitpop or lo-fi, chiptune music is sometimes created with old video game hardware, or obsolete technology. Because of the way it is created, Chiptune has a quality and style unlike most other forms of electronic music. Some chiptune musicians use modern music production tools in conjunction with 8-bit ...
 
Brainberry Tarts, A Deviantly Sweet Podcast. Two salty, sweet feminerds share their unfiltered opinions on life, love, and the modern world. Every episode is served with hearts of gold and a healthy portion of snark and attitude. These two are as comfortable discussing Game of Thrones as the next big Disney movie. Books, Movies and so much more! Check us out! 50% Geeky, 50% Girly, 110% Awesome!
 
Welcome to 8bit Ideas! Home of the 8bit Warriors, Mark, Christian, and Paul. We call ourselves the 8bit warriors because we were gamers from a simpler time. No 3D graphics or enhanced AI. Sprites ruled our gaming universe and our imaginations were texture. We fought with 2 buttons, sometimes 3. We had a code that changed gaming forever. Now we're pseudo-adults. We long for the things of the 8bit era and have long since carried that simplicity. Next-gen? It's all about last-gen here. And the ...
 
Project Moonbase is filled with music to surprise, delight and occasionally horrify you. Made by someone who really cares (and his prisoner). We bring you music you’ve never heard before that will put a smile on your face, open your third eye and make you dance. We love space age bachelor pad music, library music, charity shop cheese, hauntology, ping pong stereo, moog music, sitar-driven psychedelia, lounge, the retro-futuristic, contemporary electronica, soundtrack music, radiophonics, eur ...
 
"Welcome! Divas, Dropkicks & Dives is a weekly podcast dedicated to entertaining the masses (That's you!). From parts unknown, we are here to be the best wrestling podcast there is, the best wrestling podcast there was, and the best wrestling podcast there ever will be. Join Kevin & Michael, the tag team chumps, as they guide you through the glitz, the glamour, the glory & the garbage of professional wrestling! So join us. We're ready to Bo-lieve you! Part of The 8bit Geek network."
 
The Atari XE Gaming System was a version of their XE 8-bit line of computers but attempting to compete against the successful Nintendo Entertainment System. At the same time offering the computer option. Our podcast will focus on the cartridge games made for this system but, because this is essentially an atari 8-bit computer, we'll also review games that will play on this system.
 
Reviewing every arcade video game in history, chronologically. Come be a part of the show! Send a review or story of your favorite arcade game to: Monty@InsertCoinHistory.com or facebook.com/groups/InsertCoinHistory. Driving or running? Call our automated review line and leave us a voice mail review at 760-ICT-TOYS. We’ll include your review when we review your game. Insert Coin History is sponsored by Insert Coin Toys. Reimagine arcade classics for future generations. (Facebook.com/InsertCo ...
 
We are twin brothers who grew up "Atari" or as we call it, in The Vertical Blank. The Vertical Blank is space between the lines. It's the the second half of Generation X. It's the where work occurs you never see on screen. It's the nuances that makes nostalgia real. It's the transcendental location that holds our best memories, biggest joys, greatest fears, and our most terrible losses. In this podcast we discuss Atari computers and systems, new and old, review new games we collect, talk abo ...
 
Nikhilesh Tekki has been playing Electronic Dance Music now for five years and counting.He has rendered his disc spinning talent as a Resident DJ at Winchester - Hotel Radisson Blu (2012), EC41 - The Beach Club (2011) and Rhapsody - Courtyard By Marriott (2008) & also performed as a guest DJ at venues, such as QBar - Hilton, Chipstead - Taj Coromandel, Blend - Taj Club House, Distil - Vivanta By Taj and many other leading bars and discotheques.He has also played a key role in renowned dance ...
 
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We open up the podcast for listener suggestions of your favorite study music! We get smooth strings, lofi beats, and one really dark song from the Yu Gi Oh series. Seriously, that track blew us away!This episode was recorded over a live stream exclusively to members of our Patreon! If you're interested in helping support the show, please consider j…
 
An Interview with Jon Williams a Gamer Developer for the Atari 8bit computers, Atari ST, Commodore 64, Commodore C16, Amiga and many other platforms. We discuss some technical details about developing for the Atari 8bits, Commodore C16 and C64, and well as dive into his game development history and what he is working on now. Jon Williams Game Video…
 
Panelists: Earl Evans (hosting), Paul Hagstrom, Jack Nutting, and Carrington Vanston Topic: Things we (came to/no longer) hate Things we used to hate, but maybe no longer do. Or maybe still do. Or maybe didn't used to hate, but now do. Topic/Feedback links: RetroMacCast interviews Rocky Bergen about papercraft creations Mimic Spartan Retro Computin…
 
In this episode we cover Evercade Lynx 2, Pong Quest, Atari 2600 Game By Game Podcast, Atari Bytes Podcast, Antic The Atari Podcast, Atari Party East, Champ Games VCS Robotron, Atari 7800 Dragon's Havoc, and more! -Written, edited, produced by Steve Fulton and Jeff Fulton -Additional Music - "Sense Delete" by Tony Longworth - -Branding By Tony Litt…
 
Download! This week on the show we’re looking at the music on handheld games that were ports from newer generation hardware! There was a time in gaming history when much older consoles existed along side the newest ones. This is where polygons meet the pixels, and “high-quality audio” gets translated to programmable sound generators! So strap […]…
 
It's time again for some more positive vibes with video game music! This time it's our listener's favorites and it's even more awesome! Thank you everyone for the great tunes! And now, enjoy the great times!This episode was recorded over a live-stream exclusively to our Patreon members! If you'd like to see what we're up to, consider becoming a mem…
 
Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting), Jack Nutting, Blake Patterson, and Carrington Vanston Topic: Virtual Retro-gatherings Given that retrocomputing gatherings are going virtual, what aer ways that we can make this experience a good one? Topic/Feedback links: C64 guitar Compressorhead: Ace of Spades Computer Sport Athlete nMigen tutorial Retro Compu…
 
A big BIG show this week! We're super pumped on this one as exciting things are abound!!! So make sure to turn it up and get right with the IDM lords... Other than that, we have some big news to share! Alright my friends, here we go. Let's do this!!!00:00 - DJ Skymall01:24 - Béaloideas - Boxcutter05:20 - Downlink - Patricia11:05 - xBreakingEdgex - …
 
In this episode we discuss the affect the movie Westworld had on us as kids, and try to figure out why its' "anti-technology" message did not resonate. This episode also includes a remastered version of "Sharpshooter", the Westworld themed story from way back in Season 1. PS: We will soon have new branding by professional graphic designer and podca…
 
Into the Vertical Blank Generation Atari Season 3 Episode 7: Discussion with Curt Vendel about the Atari 7800 XM Module In this Episode we dive deep into the 7800 Expansion Module with Curt Vendel. We also discuss some history of the 7800, the original development and why it took Atari Corp so long to put it out into the market. Subscribe Links Tun…
 
Long ago...Before humanity came into existence.Two friends set out on a quest for great music. But they became lost inside the world of great video game music!It's been a very long time since we've done an entire show focused on a single game, or even a series. So here is our tribute to all things La-Mulana! La-Mulana is an ENORMOUS side-scrolling …
 
In this episode of The Atari 5200 Podcast: Steve continues his never ending quest to burn down his house finding new ways to make new controllers work with old systems. Glen takes off his Essential Worker Supersuit and and checks in with his latest stuff. David brings the latest from the Atariverse. Pete has the latest from his home studio. And Cap…
 
Matt is the other half of Melbourne outfit City Frequencies. He explains the technical aspects of recording Near Ultra Low Frequencies (NULF) and touches on privacy issues of audio tracking using Audio Content Recognition. We will continue the interview in the next show. here some more information on the project: an example of an analysis of audio …
 
Sometimes video game music is full of cheese in the best way. I'm talking saxophones, jazzy piano chords, and that feeling you're in a department store elevator. Or even better, the feeling that you're about to watch your favorite network family sitcom from the 90s! So much Sega Saturn, SO MUCH.Joining us on this journey is Hammock, host of the fab…
 
Into the Vertical Blank. Generation Atari Season 3, Episode 6. I Want Candy. Atari's Biggest Mistake Part 3: A Discussion with Curt Vendel In this episode we go into a deep discussion with Atarimuseum.com’s Curt Vendel about what Atari could have been if the Atari 400 was actually released as “Game Player non expandable” instead of as the Atari 400…
 
Hey friends!!! Welcome back again. This week's show took a few turns during the curation process, but I don't think it's anything you can't handle... Other than that we'll discuss my new food habits and entertainment woes. Alright, let's do this, right now! This is the Glitch//IDM Show!!!00:00 - DJ Skymall01:24 - Encryption (rmx) - Secret Act & Fra…
 
We continue our tradition of bizarre topics for music selections with a surprise suggestion from a guest! Award winning game composer, and all around excellent person, Mitchel Wong joins us on the show to explore animals and farms! In video games! We also have some lengthy discussions about Animal Crossing, Final Fantasy, and our very special Sonic…
 
The Vertical Blank: Generation Atari. Season 3 Episode 5: Monthly News and Notes for those who grew up Atari, Or Atari News and HomeBrew Update for Q1 of 2020: Apocalypse Edition. In this episode we cover news from the Official Atari as well as other new hardware projects that have sparked our interest. We also attempt to cover homebrew games for a…
 
Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting), Jack Nutting, and Carrington Vanston Topic: Coprocessors (Part 1) We all love coprocessors, but does anyone use them? Did you have any, did you use them? Do you have any, do you use them? What would you use them for now? Topic/Feedback links: Jif peanut butter labels Unofficial Retrochallenge Retrochallenge (cano…
 
We can all use some good vibes right now so Rob and Pernell get optimistic in this week's episode, focusing on one thing: feeling good! The sun is out and we are safely inside with our VGM boom-boxes turned up! Rob also quizzes Pernell on his knowledge of tennis-pro Andre Agassi and the MANY games they SHOULD have made for this ultimate sports-star…
 
In part 2 of “Atari’s Biggest Mistake” we explore the core reasons why Atari blundered in 1982 with their biggest releases and explore a “what if” scenario right out of The Vertical Blank. What really was Atari’s biggest mistake? Was it ET for the 2600, was it Pac-Man for the 2600? Was it over confidence and inexperience? Or was it some else entire…
 
Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting), Earl Evans, Blake Patterson, and Carrington Vanston Topic: Computer viruses What experiences did you have in the “retrocomputer era” with computer viruses or related malware? Which ones do you remember? Any that caused a memorable headache? Any that you wrote? Any that had interesting technology? Do you remember …
 
Ever have that perfect run through a Sonic level? Maybe those enemies spawned in just the right locations? Sometimes it's skill, but sometimes it's all luck! This week we ask our Patreon members to pick their luckiest video game jams!Our episode was recorded live in front of our Patreon studio audience :) If you'd like to be a part of that audience…
 
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