Retro Domination are happy to bring you Banjo Guy Ollie with he’s awesome Banjo renditions of popular game music tracks.
Gregg & Mike are back with another episode of Arcade Impossible! In this episode, Gregg adds another cocktail cabinet to the basement home arcade in the form of one of Atari’s classics in Missile Command! His quest to have a Robotron to call his very own also continues as he tries to convince the owner […]
This Ep the team get together to talk about the infamous Nintendo 64. Alex (Ausretrogamer) joins us once again and explains what he thinks about the 64bit beast from Nintendo. We also talk about our first time and our choice and least favourite titles for the game system. Sneaky pick-ups is back and little tribute […]
What would you expect from a creative genius such as Jon Hare? If you are unfamiliar with the name, cast your mind back 20 plus years to the dawn of the Commodore 64 and Amiga 500. Co-founder of the highly successful Sensible Software, with award winning games such as Sensible Soccer, Cannon Fodder and Mega […]
James Matson examines one of the hardest, most emotionally tumultuous things a retro gamer can do in their lifetime – parting with their gaming collection. It’s a journey of ups, downs and empty shelves that has left more than a few souls misty eyed and deeply reflective (though seemingly far better off financially…..)
Finish Him……………………………..Fatality ring any bells? Well on this episode of the Retro Domination Podcast Mark, Pete and Daz are graced with the one and only Johnny Cage, also known as Daniel Pesina. We take a in depth look with one of the real life actors who took on rolls of Johnny Cage, Subzero, Scorpion and […]
Daz and Matt along with frequent guests, Balkan Brothers Alex Boz, Aus RetroGamer and Alek Serblander of Weird and Retro team up for episode 43 of the Retro Domination podcast. This week the boys are discussing their child hood defining movies, We go through our top 3 Arnold picks, We play the movie quiz game […]
The team are back for episode 42 of the Retro Domination podcast! The topic of this weeks discussion is the much loved and discontinued all too soon Sega Dreamcast as the guys recount some of their favorite gaming memories on the ahead of it’s time console. We’ll also hear the teams thoughts on Guardians/Denjin Makai […]
The guys bring John from John’s Arcade to pick up an arcade machine. So much fun!
I imagine that Nipponbashi is what Akihabara used to look like before it became charmingly gaudy. While it isn’t as welcoming to tourists and there probably aren’t as many stores in the area, it’s home to a couple of great stores that are worth a burn – another Super Potato, and Game Tanteidan. The […]
Matt and Daz get together with Sensible Software founder Jon “Jops” Hare for a chat and talk about everything from the creation of Sensible Software’s greatest hits. They also talk about the games that never saw the light of day for the world to see. Jon introduces us to his new iSO app Word Explorer […]
It’s a belated ‘Happy New Year’ as the team returns for their first podcast for 2014 after a long than extended break (damn you hot Australian summer!). The crew gets their hands on a flux capacitor and fires up their ‘Way Back’ machine and goes all the way back 1991 to take a look at […]
You are probably thinking, why bother putting the effort into a review on a system that’s been out since the end of 2012 and all it has received is negative publicity. Unfortunately the system was doomed to fail. In October 2013, less than a year after the system was released, SNK Playmore abruptly terminated their […]
It’s time for another review from Carter! This time he takes a look at Tetris Plus on the Sega Saturn, which at it’s time was being touted as the saviour of the classic puzzle series. Did Tetris Plus live up to this bold claim? You’ll have to tune in and find out!
It’s Australia day long weekend, so what better way for Retro Domination to celebrate our fine country than showing the world what awesome games Australia have developed from yesteryear. While researching this topic we were quite surprised how many quality games have been developed here that we grew up playing.