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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!
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GBA

Nes Reign

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"Welcome to GBA Podcast, where Guilty by Association meets Griddy Blissful Ambiguity. Join us for candid discussions on business, health, entertainment, psychology, and gripping facts about society. Outspoken, honest, and real – dive into captivating topics with revolving guests and our fearless host."
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The Legacy Music Hour podcast was created by Brent Weinbach and Rob F. for the purpose of sharing and talking about video game music from specifically the 8-bit and 16-bit eras. No remixes, no covers, no video game inspired music -just pure, original music from the NES, SNES, Genesis, and more.
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NEStalgia

Michael Esposito

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NEStalgia is a chronological exploration of EVERY NES game released in North America. Join us and play along on our journey to EVERY Nintendo Entertainment System game. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nestalgia/support
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Every other week, tune into 8-4 Play for talk about Japan, video games, and Japanese video games, straight from the 8-4 offices in beautiful downtown Tokyo.
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Retro Game Club is a podcast about retro gaming with a focus on programming, emulation, and projects you can do at home. Each episode, we will have two games you can play with us and give us feedback before the next episode. We will also have a topic or project of the week that will be the focus of the conversation.
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VGBS Gaming Podcast

Jeffrey Wittenhagen and Kyle Gilbert

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VGBS is a video game podcast where we discuss all things gaming related. Sometimes we cover a homework game that we all play, other times we have special guests and we always have a good time. Due to essentially gaming since birth, we have an extensive knowledge of all things gaming and are all over the gaming scene, writing books, doing convention panels you name it. This is VGBS!
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Welcome to Retro Wars a weekly podcast series where myself and a friend talk about the games we used to play when we were kids. We will cover games from a range of consoles from the NES to the PS3. This show is for adults only. I would love for you guys to be part of the show. By signing up for just $1.50 aus dollars a month, so roughly 70p or $1 US, you can join our discord, message me one on one, send in letters to be read on the show, take part in pateron polls for our next game and give ...
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The NES Portal delivers online course bookings, distance and eLearning to health professionals, alongside Dental Vocational Training Recruitment in Scotland. Please also look at our Educational and How-To podcast streams.
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Retro Gaming Podcast about the best of gaming from the 80s, 90s, and 00s 🎮 Each episode covers a single retro video game. Not a review show, but a celebration of why these games deserve your attention, with some nostalgia and personal memories thrown in! Patrick Brickhouse hosts as special guests from all over the gaming community join in on the cozy conversation. If you're a fan of gaming on platforms such as NES, SNES, Sega Genesis or Mega Drive, PlayStation, N64, Saturn, GameCube, XBOX an ...
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Homebrew Game Club

Homebrew Game Club

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A podcast about new games for old consoles. We're three friends exploring brand-new, original, aftermarket games for retro systems, as well as the quirky communities that create them. Each month we pick a game to play and discuss our experiences with it, on consoles like the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), Atari 2600, Sega Genesis, Game Boy, and more. Play along with us and discover these great new old games for yourself!
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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*
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Explore the retro video games in the Nintendo Switch Online catalog every two weeks as lifelong pals Mike & Jaymo are joined by a whole host of new and old friends. Each episode is a new set of retro games from the NES, SNES, N64, Game Boy, Game Boy Advance, and Sega Genesis/Mega Drive as they further their quest to research & review all 250+ games available on the Nintendo Switch Online catalog. So dust off your d-pads and game on, everyone.
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Welcome to Rupees Over Ramen, the show where we discuss Animation, Storytelling, Dungeons & Dragons, and other nerdy topics. We will also be talking with our fellow artists and creators in a chill and cozy "Ramen House" type of setting. I'm Bit by Bit James, I am an illustrator, animator, and storyteller who is a big fan of Ghibli, Disney, and Nintendo. I have a special place in my heart for cassette tapes, the Super NES, the Sony Walkman, Malt Shops, and all of the nostalgia. As the title s ...
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Guys Games and Beer

www.guysgamesandbeer.net

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Join the Gutter Geeks every week as our panel of 5 to 10 veteran gamers of all ages talk about the latest AND oldest in video and table top gaming. Whether it’s interviews with indie and established developers, deep dives on classic hardware, or just sitting around the table talking games while throwing back a few beers you are sure to have a great time with the gang from Guys Games and Beer! Contacting Us: If you are a developer and would like us to check out your game or product contact us ...
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We return after a two and a half month hiatus. While we repaired our malfunctioning camera and audio equipment, Ned has gone deep undercover to investigate the state of High School Lunches. What is really going on in the Cafeteria? Our investigation takes us inside four Connecticut schools. Find out if Ned's pants were able to survive life undercov…
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The Game Club takes on Flea! and Tapeworm Disco Puzzle for NES and Dreamcast, two entertaining games about adorable parasitic vermin. You can find links and information for both at the Lowtek Games website. Our next Game Club pick is Courier for NES. Get it here. Check out Nick's livestream playthrough of Flea! on the HBGC YouTube channel. Here's a…
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Nadia Oxford, Jaz Rignall, and Jeremy Parish look back at gaming's best (and scariest) depictions of nuclear apocalypse. ...is it 'Into this station" or "onto this station?" Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! Support the show to enjoy ad-free early access, better audio quality, and great exclusive content. Learn more a…
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Nes talks about the still ongoing genocide in Palestine and touches on all the atrocities happening around the world She dives in to the fashion worlds and speaks on the appreciation or explotation of cultural influences in western clothing and more so on the hijabi models, who became a big trend several years back. Plenty fashion houses now have t…
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The day has come! We finally review the most requested game in the history of our show. So, what is the big deal? Hit play and find out! Show Links: https://linktr.ee/supergarbageday Vanfernal's Retro Stream Show Support the Show. Hosted by: B-Ross and Vanfernal Produced and edited by: B-Ross Email us at: supergarbageday@gmail.com…
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Our journey with the The Ascent continues (and ends) this week with disappointment. The issues that showed their face at the end of last week were all over the place this week, with difficulty spikes galore and a story that continued to bore. What used to be mostly fun was frustrating and irritating to the bum. Butt it's okay because it's all over …
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This week on NintenDomain, Nintendo Acquires Shiver, Trey Acquired some Birthday Swag, and Jereme and Jon Acquires some credits for Animal Well, Manifold Garden, and Ori and the Will of the Wisps! Support the show and get bonus Episodes at: www.patreon.com/nintendomainpodcast Music: Intro: New Star GP (Menu Music) Break 1: Slayers X: Terminal After…
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You're listening to a free preview of Retronauts Episode 613: Final Fantasy VI (Live From Midwest Gaming Classic 2024). To hear the rest, and get two exclusive extra episodes every month, access to our previous Patreon-exclusive episodes, and early access to ad-free podcasts, please visit the official Retronauts Patreon at patreon.com/retronauts.…
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Pinball Quest is billed as a pinball role-playing game, though the term is used loosely, as you only earn gold to buy stoppers and more powerful flippers. Actually, there are four different modes of play. The RPG-mode has six, multi-screen pinball tables, where you use your flippers to knock the pinball into enemies, find keys, and eventually rescu…
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It's time for another edition of Playing with Power. We've covered a lot of really exciting magazines with interesting features. This isn't exactly one of the more exciting magazines we've covered. The most interesting part of this magazine is a cool feature on Metroid (which was a pretty old game by that point) and a celebrity profile for a cast m…
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The gang discusses the PC Gaming Show coming June 9, Tesla ending Steam support in its vehicles, Ghost of Tsushima being PlayStation’s biggest single-player PC launch to date (second only to Helldivers 2), Hellblade 2 developer Ninja Theory’s next game reportedly already greenlit by Xbox (and “no plans whatsoever” to close studio), Grand Theft Auto…
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Derick McDuff from the Underrated movie podcast joins Mike and Jaymo this episode to try to catch 'em all on film for an a-Mew-zing exploration of Pokemon Snap (1999) from the Nintendo 64 as part of an epic quest quest to research and review every retro game in the Nintendo Switch Online catalog! In between reminiscing about our favorite parts of P…
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Grab your favorite jersey, because the LMH boizz are back again for the fifth installment of the topic that keeps on giving... Sports! Even if you're not a sports fan, LMH users can tell you that a sports focused episode means one thing: really great music. For example, "Main BGM" from Konami Hyper Soccer is an absolute jam, but due to its limited …
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Tyler is sick! We had to push back the recording of this episode a couple of times for different reasons but we are dedicated to delivering you, valued listener, the best possible podcast episode about Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story the SNES. It is because of this dedication that Dave, Ian, and special guest host … Continue reading → The post Ep. 766 …
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Time to grab your whip and dust off your lance as we take on Dracula across Europe in Castlevania Bloodlines. I am joined this week by Anthony from 8 String Fury gaming. Is it better than Super Castlevania 4? ou can follow me on the following socials: Twitter: @retrowarsuk Instagram: retro_wars_podcast Tiktok: @retrowarsuk Retro Wars is now on YouT…
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This week the bds movement and the college incampments are just 2 of the things Nes tackles on the latest episode. She also speaks on the blockout 2024 and poeses the question, if tis could be the downfall of celebrities.Tune in for more!!! Legal Disclaimer: The views expressed by individuals on the BGA podcast are their own and do not necessarily …
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We are back with a new game and a new episode of Attack the Backlog. Continuing with the new format, the game this week is The Ascent, an action-RPG twin-stick shooter set in a cyberpunk world full of characters named Poone and plenty of enemies to shoot. While you can play the game with a buddy, I've been playing the game solo and am currently in …
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In this episode of VGBS Gaming Podcast aka Video Game Bullshit, Tristan and Jeff dive into the zany world of Pizza Tower, a frenetic platformer that’s a love letter to the Wario Land series with its fast-paced action and quirky art style. They share their thoughts on the game’s unique charm and chaotic gameplay. The hosts also catch up on what they…
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Jeremy Parish speaks to Benj Edwards, Jose Zagat, Mark Flitman, and Brian Clark about their efforts to publish books about a wide swath of game history: A platform analysis of Virtual Boy, a history of games about Japanese rockers, and a career memoir. Head to https://www.squarespace.com/RETRO to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or dom…
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Welcome back to The Old Switcharoo: Screentime! Here, we give you our rants, raves, and reviews from the world of film and television. Tonight Jaymo is joined by cosplay influencer Bryan Lee along with fellow cosplayer/Disney-enthusiast Phuong to review Season 1 of X-Men '97 on Disney Plus. After recapping the show with a little amateur poetry we p…
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Goobz and Toby are out for PUNISHMENT! They take control of The Punisher and Nick Fury to take down the Kingpin in this beat'em! 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 the game is still worth playing! -------------------------------------------------------------------…
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Pizza Time goes bust, Amiga announces a computer & Nintendo launches the VS These stories and many more on this episode of the VGNRTM! This episode we will look back at the biggest stories in and around the video game industry in March 1984. As always, we'll mostly be using magazine cover dates, and those are of course always a bit behind the actua…
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This week on NintenDomain, we talk all about Little Kitty, Big City, Animal Well, Tears of the Kingdom Anniversary, Slayers X: Terminal Aftermath: Vengance of the Slayer, and X-men! Support the show and get bonus episodes at: www.patreon.com/nintendomainpodcast Music: Intro: Little Kitty, Big City: The Wise Observer (Veteran Cat's Theme) Break 1: S…
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In this house we talk about video games: Animal Well, Another Crab’s Treasure, and Stellar Blade, to name a few, as well as Switch 2 rumors and more in the news. Time — Topic Discussed 01:38 — Nicknames 17:25 — Animal Well 34:00 — Stellar Blade 46:12 — Another Crab's Treasure 54:49 — News: Super Famicom prototype, Microsoft, Assassin's Creed comes …
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Michael Andretti's World GP features 16 unique courses located in Brazil, San Marino, Monaco, Mexico, Canada, United States, France, England, West Germany, Hungary, Belgium, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Japan, and Australia. Each track can be played either in single player mode or in head-to-head 2-player action on a split screen. There are 4 different …
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It’s perhaps never been more dire than it is today folks. January 1994 was a pretty light month to kick off what will end up being the most packed year of the SNES’s lifespan. And while we had two absolute bangers to talk about this month, we’ve reached the end and it’s time to talk about everything else that released, and sadly, it’s a lot of spor…
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Square Enix has always been a third-party developer/publisher, but over the years they have become synonymous with PlayStation. That seems to be changing in the very-near future. After announcing that both FF7 Remake and FF16 failed to hit internal targets, some questionable publishing decisions, and layoffs across the US and EU, Square Enix has an…
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This week Keg and I talk about grading of physical media, and I sit down with Joe Sherman the developer of Crabbie Attack a great NES homebrew title. ----more---- Download Crabbie Attack https://turtlerescuenes.itch.io/crabbie-attack-nes ----more---- Social, Streaming, and Podcast Links ----more---- www.overwhelmedgamer.show…
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This mixtape hits hard right out of the gate with an energetic track from Battle Mania: Daiginjou, followed immediately by a super cool track from Mario no Super Picross which features some iconic Mario-style percussion. It doesn't stop there though. The track "Un Caillou Ricochet (Area 2)" from Viewpoint showcases a solo that can only be described…
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Lethal Weapon brings all its…weapons…lethally to TADPOG shores. You see Joe Pesci up there? But it says Lethal Weapon when clearly he is a character from the sequel? Are you confused? Same here. We ended up watching the first movie but the game is actually over the sequel so just know that going into this … Continue reading → The post Ep. 765 – Let…
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Tonight on GeekNights, in light of one of many Helldivers 2 kerfuffles, we consider yet another way that late capitalism is ruining the games industry: the stores make more money than the games. In the news, a Roblox game's attempt to fix its in-game economy causes a bunch of gamers to lose their minds, Sportsnet streams have freaky noises, and Ani…
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The history of 80s and 90s game magazines is filled with big names like Computer Gaming World, Weekly Famitsu, Computer and Video Games, Micromania, and, a name that makes German speaking gamers of a particular vintage extremely nostalgic, Power Play. In this second part of our interview, Michael tells us how he left Power Play to join a major Germ…
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Wrapping up Contra series with a look at WayForward's Contra: Operation Galuga, with Stuart Gipp, Thomas Nickel and John Linneman. Bandanas on! Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! Support the show to enjoy ad-free early access, better audio quality, and great exclusive content. Learn more at http://www.patreon.com/retro…
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Season 6 Episode 9 Episode 172 This episode, we interview Aaron Nanto, the creator of the first and most popular PCEngine website PCEngineFX.com. We talk about the early internet, the start of PCEngineFx, TTI, TurboGrafx, PCFX and Saturn gaming. We also talk about his testing work on a few games as well as the first Xbox. Aaron is originally from N…
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Shadow of the beast, when they said old games were hard, they were not lying with this one. Originally released on the Amiga, I played the mega drive version and it did not pull any punches. I am joined this week by Jake from the Press B to cancel podcast. Will we both finish this game? No chance. You can follow me on the following socials: Twitter…
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In this episode, Palestinian author Mounir joins Nes to delve into his childhood in Palestine and navigating life during the intifada. He shares insights on Palestinian diaspora experiences and discusses the inspiration and hurdles behind his children's book creations. Mounir highlights two of his books, including one portraying the journey of a di…
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[This file was corrupted and re-uploaded.] Podcast notes: Sony backs down on demand that Helldivers 2 players log into a PSN account Microsoft announces Xbox Games Showcase and mystery Direct for June 2024 EU rules iPadOS must comply with Digital Markets Act, opening door for Fortnite Hades 2’s surprise early access release already has more stuff i…
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This week on NintenDomain, Nintendo officially announced that they are making a new Switch, plus Nintendo World Championship, and Endless Ocean! Support the show at: www.patreon.com/nintendomainpodcast Music: Intro: Endless Ocean: Luminous: Sea 05 Break 1: Slayers X Terminal Aftermath Vengance of the Slayer Break 2: Endless Ocean: Luminous: Mission…
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The hits keep on coming as we venture further into January 1994. But first, we gotta talk a little bit about British Candy. On this week’s episode of SNEScapdes, we’re talking about quirky British platformer Zool: Ninja of the Nth Dimension. It’s about a ninja, it had Chupa Chup branding in the UK, that’s pretty much all you need to know. We’re als…
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In the NES version, the player can use either a gamepad or the NES Light Zapper to carry out the mission. While the arcade version of Mechanized Attack has a miniature machine gun replica for the player to use, the NES version attempts to reproduce the feel by allowing the player to hold down a game pad button or the Light Zapper trigger for automa…
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