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  1. Evening all. I am one third of a British podcast project (along with Paul Drury of Retro Gamer, and collector Richard May) that interviews the unsung heroes of the Golden Age of video arcade gaming. I thought I'd share the latest episode of The Ted Dabney Experience Podcast, as I think the subject of this month's show in particular would be of interest here from a UK perspective. We interview Andy Walker, one of the very few Brits to have developed coin-op videogames for the American market during the Golden Age. The Pit is something of a niche title, relea
  2. For me it's Slime Rancher at the moment and Stardew Valley before that. Perfect titles to play casually. It's been my (weekend) morning ritual for a while now: make some coffee, have a solid breakfast, load up a podcast and play a relaxing videogame. I thought about having Warframe as my podcast-em-up but there's too much going in that game for me to focus on something else (gotta' pay attention to all that lore yo). Do you have a favourite title to play while listening to a podcast? Yes, these are the important questions in life.
  3. Sorry if this has been posted elsewhere. I've just binged a fantastic new podcast called 'Shit Town'. It's a one off series, and all episodes were released on the same day. If you've not heard anything about it, it's worth going in completely blind. It's absolutely fascinating - and beautifully produced - series. I really don't want to say much more about it than that. Like Serial, I think this will be one of the podcast events of the year. S-Town is a new podcast from Serial and This American Life, hosted by Brian Reed, about a man named John who despises his Alabama t
  4. Let me ask you three questions. Did you want to know what Mitchell has been getting up to after abandoning his PS4 brothers? Did you want to know how Tomox has ascended to a higher plain? Did you want to know which rllmuk member Mitch reminisces about? If you answered yes to one of the questions, then you'll want to have a listen to our new podcast, Three Men and a Little Gaming. Through a combination of real-life and kids thwarting my original podcast idea, we're back after a year, less stressed, with something new. We're on iTunes. Subscribe away
  5. We talk to Walter Day, the founder of Twin Galaxies, inventor of E-Sports and a Renaissance man who held the centre of the video game universe in the palm of his hand. http://traffic.libsyn.com/retroasylum/Episode_143_-_Walter_Day.mp3
  6. It's back. https://serialpodcast.org First episode is out- https://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/dovetail.prxu.org/serial/bc2bd8be-41db-4769-b156-1c606650ce71/serial-s02-e01.mp3 And yes, the most important thing- still brought to you in association with Mail Chimp.
  7. Paul Driscoll interviews legendary game developers John & Ste Pickford about their illustrious gaming history, talking about such classics as Feud, Zub & Plok! to name but a few. We hope that you enjoy the podcast and find it as interesting as we did. https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/ep-97.5-pickford-brothers/id474414834?i=319403154&mt=2 http://retroasylum.podomatic.com/enclosure/2014-09-25T15_00_48-07_00.mp3 http://retroasylum.com/ep-97-5-pickford-brothers-interview/
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