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Retro Gaming RoundUp

By Mike James, Scott Schreiber

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The most definitive retro gaming podcast on the planet. You can expect monthly episodes full of classic gaming news, views and opinions from around the world. Each episode will be overflowing with content and will include: Classic Gaming Guru Interviews. Classic Gaming Related Editorials. Classic Console and Computer Game Rants, Raves & Reviews From Both Sides Of The Pond. What's Old Is New Again. Arcade Game & Pinball Reviews, Rulesets & Hardware Discussions. Monthly Top-10 Lists, Sure to stir up controversy and forum discussions! And More !

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The Best Retro Gaming Podcast Out There

What I love about Retro Gaming RoundUp is that the three hosts actually know what they're talking about. They grew up with games in the late 70s and early 80s, but are still actively part of the retro gaming scene. I love that they cover games before the NES, unlike a lot of other so-called retro gaming podcasts, and UK Mike brings a great perspective from across the pond. They also cover games on classic computers (c64, Apple 2), which is refreshing. The segments are as entertaining as they are useful - I usually feel like I've learned something after listening (especially the hardware flashback segment). The interplay between the hosts in their top 10 is always hilarious. Finally, the production values are as good as I've heard in any podcast - great musical interludes between segments, classic game ads break up the show, and there's always a balanced volume. These guys picked up where Retrogaming Radio left off and ran with it. They are - without question - the new kings of retro and classic gaming podcasts. If you like games from the 80s, it's absolutely worth subscribing.

Occasionally interesting, but LONG. Really long.

I keep trying to like this podcast- being a retro gaming fan I have attempted to listen to each episode. 5+ hours of content is too much at once. Give us shorter more concise shows, or at the very least chapter breaks to skip to the sections that interest a particular listener. The RetroMacCast podcast is a good model- weekly half hour episodes that keep the audience coming back for more. I don't want to come across as a hater, but this show could grab a bigger audience with just a bit more polish and editing.

Absolutely Brilliant!

For someone that grew up in the 80s and still love the classic games from that era, this podcast is a godsend. Well worth the listen - thanks guys!

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  • Category: Video Games
  • Language: English

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