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Best Randy Dickinson podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Randy Dickinson podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Randy goes on a disgusting seaside vacation in Dishonored 2, then a much more pleasant, albeit still lethal, trip to the hills in Lonely Mountains: Downhill. D.J. is again baffled by Panzer Dragoon, then makes a big decision about Animal Crossing. Episode Timeline: (0:29) - Intro (13:52) - Dishonored 2 (37:43) - Lonely Mountains: Downhill (51:07) -…
 
Gregg Squires, Atari Manager of Hardware Engineering Gregg Squires was a Manager of Hardware Engineering at Atari from 1982 through 1984, working from their New York office. He was project manager for Val, a cost-reduced version of the Atari 2600; and project manager for the Atari XL computer series. He was co-designer of the 65816 microprocessor a…
 
D.J. returns to Fake Tokyo to solve crime things in Judgment, while Randy faces difficult moral choices in Ministry of Broadcast. Also: correcting a grievous regret from last week's show, and the tyranny of Animal Crossing continues. Episode Timeline: (0:29) - Intro (09:56) - Judgment (31:19) - Ministry of Broadcast (52:21) - Corrections and regret…
 
Rik Dickinson, Encore Video Productions Rik Dickinson is founder of Encore Video Productions, a company that rented Atari 8-bit computers to hotels for use as character generators. The computers would show information about the hotel on channel 2 of guests' televisions. This was part of a service that Encore offered to provide in-room movies that r…
 
ANTIC Episode 67 - Still Socially Distant In this episode of ANTIC The Atari 8-bit Computer Podcast...Randy forgets to call the artist, formerly known as Kevin, as Kay about 100 times, we continue discussion on AtariFests and World of Atari, we help you with your free time by telling you about papercraft computers and RetroPie, and help you navigat…
 
After sharing some personal quarantine achievements, it's time for... The Adventure Pals! Spooky space adventures in Deliver Us the Moon! And Final Fantasy VII, but it's the old one! Episode Timeline: (0:29) - Intro (12:46) - Sampling and dabbling (19:15) - The Adventure Pals (30:55) - Deliver Us the Moon (43:11) - Final Fantasy VII (1:00:25) - Out…
 
Youth Advisory Board: Tracey Cullinan This is the seventh in a series of episodes featuring the kids of Atari's Youth Advisory Board. In 1983, Atari formed a Youth Advisory Board, selecting teenagers from around the United States to share their opinions about computers and video games, test software, and promote Atari's computers at events. The gro…
 
We're getting in shape (or at least out of breath) with Ring Fit Adventure's rhythm game. D.J. admires retro cars in Auto Museum 64 and takes some unexpected detours in Wheels of Aurelia. And Randy meets some surreal characters in The Procession to Calvary. Episode Timeline: (0:29) - Intro (07:45) - Talking turnips (15:49) - Ring Fit Adventure (35:…
 
Atari Speed Reading: Karlyn Kamm and Brad Oltrogge The Atari Speed Reading software package was released by Atari in 1981. It was a self-paced program, for use with the Atari computer and a cassette drive, that promised to teach you to increase reading speed and comprehension with 30 days of practice. The package contained a workbook and five casse…
 
Gabriel Baum: Atari Conversational French and Spanish Gabriel Baum worked at Thorn EMI, where he managed the project to create two early language learning programs that were published by Atari: Conversational French and Conversational Spanish. (Atari's language learning series would also include Conversational German — Gabriel started that, but lef…
 
Randy makes some extreme new career moves in Good Job! At the same time, D.J. isn't sure about his career path in Autobahn Police Simulator. Also: Revisiting old friends in The Last of Us; finally, the end of Death Stranding; and, unfortunately: Bunny Day. Episode Timeline: (0:29) - Intro/Bunny Day (15:38) - Autobahn Police Simulator (32:04) - Good…
 
ANTIC Episode 66 - Socially Distant In this episode of ANTIC The Atari 8-bit Computer Podcast: We talk about what we’re doing Atari-wise in these socially distant times and we bring you all the Atari news from around the world. READY! Recurring Links Floppy Days Podcast AtariArchives.org AtariMagazines.com Kevin’s Book “Terrible Nerd” New Atari boo…
 
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is here! We get deep into our new island vacation package. Also: D.J. tries to make something of himself in Final Fantasy XIV, then escapes our weird new reality with some Resident Evil 3. Episode Timeline: (0:29) - Intro (5:59) - D.J. VS Final Fantasy XIV (17:38) - Animal Crossing: New Horizons (54:47) - Resident Evil…
 
Now that we have plenty of time on our hands, we settle in to discuss the subtle joys of MMO living, and how Animal Crossing could take a few notes. (Or maybe it already has?) Also, picross procedural Murder by Numbers, and corgi-clicker Rescue Pets. Episode Timeline: (0:29) - Intro (9:10) - Final Fantasy XIV VS Animal Crossing (32:15) - Murder by …
 
We played Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo and have some thoughts. But don't worry, there's also: Florence! PC Building Simulator! And, of course, Good Pizza, Great Pizza! Episode Timeline: (0:29) - Intro/Slay the Spire (7:33) - Final Fantasy VII Remake (35:28) - PC Building Simulator (43:23) - Florence (52:28) - Good Pizza, Great Pizza (1:06:39) - Ou…
 
Randy contends with a meat buddy in Journey to the Savage Planet. D.J. gets decadent for Star Trek Online's 10th anniversary. Also, Death Stranding keeps getting in the way of D.J. trying to play Death Stranding. Episode Timeline: (0:29) - Intro/How to avoid diseases at PAX East (11:57) - Journey to the Savage Planet (26:35) - Death Stranding (43:2…
 
Randy gets hopped up on FEVER MODE in Lapis x Labyrinth. D.J. meditates over canceling Apple Arcade while he disassembles some junk in Assemble with Care, then plays a game he's wanted to try for 25 years. Also, Kentucky Route Zero ends well, but not without a few bumps in the road. Episode Timeline: (0:29) - Intro/RIPHQ (6:56) - Randy’s Entertainm…
 
ANTIC Episode 65 - Cats with umbrellas and dogs! In this episode of ANTIC The Atari 8-bit Computer Podcast: Kevin’s dogs do their best to be a part of the podcast, we tell you all about a very busy month of personal Atari stuff, all the programming contests going on, and all the other news we could find. READY! Recurring Links Floppy Days Podcast A…
 
Randy continues to bide his time until March, this week by sealing himself inside one of those sci-fi cube mazes in The Turing Test. D.J. presses X X X then Y Y Y and X X and Y Y Y again in Persona 5 Scramble. Also, revisiting Kentucky Route Zero. Episode Timeline: (0:28) - Intro (6:22) - Love is in the air (9:41) - Persona 5 Scramble (31:56) - The…
 
The seven-year wait for us to talk about Kentucky Route Zero comes to an end. Meanwhile, D.J. presses on in Life Is Strange 2, even as the game tries to undo all his hard work. Also, Monster Hunter everywhere. Episode Timeline: (0:28) - Intro (2:36) - PAX East hype (11:40) - Kentucky Route Zero (27:05) - Life Is Strange 2, Episode 3 (42:14) - Monst…
 
Craig Hickman, Atari Photography Software and Security System Craig Hickman was featured in the June 1982 edition of Atari Connection magazine for his photography software tools. "Craig has developed two programs written in Atari BASIC for use in his darkroom. One of the programs times the negative’s development, and the other monitors and times en…
 
D.J. trades name-brand RPGs for something more generic in Minimal Dungeon RPG, in addition to jumping back into Life Is Strange 2. Randy can't decide how to bide his time until March and decides to put another 60 hours into Persona 5. Also: Luigi's Mansion 3, and Dragon Quest Builders 2. Episode Timeline: (0:28) - Intro/New music by DESK (3:54) - B…
 
ANTIC Episode 64 - Living in the Future In this episode of ANTIC The Atari 8-bit Computer Podcast: We talk about our Atari-related resolutions for the new year, how 2020 sounds like we’re living in the future, and bring you news and feedback from across the Atari 8-bit landscape. READY! Recurring Links Floppy Days Podcast AtariArchives.org AtariMag…
 
After some self-reassessment, D.J. finally allows himself to enjoy Wattam, the new game from Katamari Damacy creator, Keita Takahashi, Randy revisits that time he went on vacation but ended up solving a bunch of mysteries in The Touryst. And, BLOCK U! Episode Timeline: (00:40) - Intro/Delays (11:41) - The Switch shelf in the sky (15:35) - BlockuDok…
 
Part two of our 2019 game of the year round-up, featuring our absolute favorites, forbidden indies, and our most shamefully overlooked games. Episode Timeline: (00:40) - Intro (04:13) - The Outer Wilds (09:23) - The Touryst (13:19) - Untitled Goose Game (14:39) - Tetris 99 (16:39) - Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair (20:52) - Devotion (25:05) - …
 
In part one (that's right) of our Game of the Year extravaganza, we look back at some of our favorites from 2019. And Death Stranding. Episode Timeline: (00:40) - Intro (03:16) - Death Stranding (10:46) - Tom Clancy's The Division 2 (18:41) - Monster Hunter World: Iceborne (21:55) - A Short Hike (27:02) - Phantasy Star (31:00) - Slay the Spire (37:…
 
James Hugard, Neanderthal Computer Things James Hugard was co-founder of Neanderthal Computer Things, a company that created just one product. "810 Turbo" was a hardware conversion board for the Atari 810 disk drive that promised true double density storage, and faster data reading and writing. The device, released in 1983, could be installed insid…
 
SillyVenture and FujiNet In this episode of ANTIC The Atari 8-bit Computer Podcast: In the tradition of bringing you the latest Atari 8-bit news, we have a couple of very special guests in this episode. First of all, Bart comes to us literally direct from the fabulous SillyVenture show to give us a rundown, and then Thomas Cherryhomes tells us all …
 
Dennis Zander: Artworx, Hazard Run, Strip Poker Dennis Zander was one of the founding partners of the software publishing company Artworx. He programmed a number of games and educational titles, including Hazard Run, Rings of the Empire, Monkeymath, Giant Slalom, Intruder Alert!, Monkeynews, and others. He collaborated with Roger Harnish on Artworx…
 
We’re out drinking the devil in Afterparty and wielding the baseball bat of legend in Yakuza: Like a Dragon. Also: Holedown arrives on the Switch, and we escape the early slog (mostly) as Death Stranding moves into an exciting new chapter. Episode Timeline: (00:26) - Intro/Drunktacular hype (07:48) - Yakuza: Like a Dragon (26:15) - Afterparty (45:0…
 
Bruce May, Unreleased Magic Castle Game In 1982 Bruce May created Magic Castle, a game for the Atari 800 computer. He finished the game but was unable to find a publisher for it, so hardly anyone played it. In October 2019 he sent me scans of his original documents regarding Magic Castle: his design notes, and even rejection letters from the three …
 
Wolfgang Burger, President of Atari Bit Byter User Club Wolfgang Burger is the president and a founding member of the Atari Bit Byter User Club, the world's largest user group dedicated to the Atari 8-bit computer. The group was founded in 1985 in Herten, Germany. Today, the group has about 500 members from around the world. The group's quarterly m…
 
While we mentally prepare ourselves for Death Stranding, we're picking up some cash on the side in Neo Cab, making a mess in Luigi's Mansion 3, and trying to figure out what NieR: Automata is doing in Final Fantasy XIV. Episode Timeline: (00:26) - Intro (04:11) - Extra Life (05:39) - Google Stadia (13:30) - Neo Cab (36:10) - Luigi's Mansion 3 (57:3…
 
Bruce Irvine, Atari VP of Software Bruce Irvine was Atari's Vice President of Software — heading the company's new computer software division — from September 1980 through approximately July 1982. Among other responsibilities, he oversaw Atari Program Exchange and the opening of Atari "software acquisition centers." After leaving Atari, he co-found…
 
In this episode of ANTIC The Atari 8-bit Computer Podcast: Kevin hobnobs with Atari celebrities at the Portland Retro Gaming Expo, Brad and Randy find out they’re podcast hosts #2 and #3, respectively, and together we cover all the Atari news that’s fit to print. READY! Recurring Links Floppy Days Podcast AtariArchives.org AtariMagazines.com Kevin’…
 
We survived another Extra Life weekend! Hear about the games we played, including: We Were Here, Devotion, River City Ransom, Medievil, Spelunky, and, of course, Fortnite. Episode Timeline (00:26) - Intro (08:05) - Good Morning/Spelunky (09:14) - River City Ransom (13:42) - Medievil (26:44) - Fortnite (39:09) - We Were Here (50:56) - Devotion (1:01…
 
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