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By Daz, August 28, 2014 Comments Off Articles

The Sidchip has a distinctive sound and I think I can pretty much speak for everyone who owned a C64 that it’s simply amazing. It’s hard to pick a top 25 tunes on the system but these are my choice tunes…. Read More »

By James Matson, August 27, 2014 Comments Off Articles

James Matson examines what it is about high retro game and hardware prices that make us all so FREAKIN’ ANGRY, and asks – is the rage really worth it?

By James Matson, August 25, 2014 Comments Off Articles

The gaming arcades of today are for the most part a murky shadow of days gone by. Join James Matson as he discovers a tiny sliver of light at the end of a darkened tunnel of PC clones and Dance-Dance… Read More »

By Daz, August 20, 2014 Comments Off Podcast

Welcome to Episode 51 of the Retro Domination podcast! In this weeks episode, the team has shifted gears and have decided to let our loyal listeners drive the episode by fielding questions from our Facebook community. Topics covered including everything… Read More »

By Matt Cawley, August 20, 2014 Comments Off Community, Videos

Check out this amazing Banjo rendition of the Space Harrier theme tune.

By James Matson, August 17, 2014 Comments Off Articles

Heroes in a half-shell! With the impending release of the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film in Cinemas this September, we figured it’d be a perfect time to coax our friend Womble into sharing his circuit whispering with none other… Read More »

By James Matson, August 13, 2014 Comments Off Articles

In a tantalizing tale of solder, accelerator cards and ham fisted muppets, Womble takes us step-by-step through the analysis and repair of what was supposed to be a very unhealthy Commodore Amiga 1200HD.

By James Matson, August 9, 2014 Comments Off Articles

I’ve said it before and for the benefit of our newer readers, I’ll say it again: vintage gaming is held up by two main pillars – imagination and memory.

By James Matson, August 8, 2014 Comments Off Articles

As any seasoned retro gamer knows, our hobby of choice often involves hardware that can be considered well and truly at end of life.  Old consoles, old computers and old arcade PCBs adorn our collections and possess a special place in… Read More »

By Mark Cassar, August 6, 2014 Comments Off Community, Videos

Banjo Guy Ollie returns with a cover of Corridors of Time from Chrono Trigger, a tribute to a recently departed dear friend.