The Bitmap Brothers Universe Review The rock stars of gaming, the Bitmap Brothers are presented ever so elegantly in the pages researched and complied by Read Only Memory and authoritatively told by Duncan Harris. If you didn’t already know, the Bitmap Brothers were the creators of legendary games specifically for the Atari ST and the […]
In an age of digital effects, where heroes burst through buildings, transform into giant Green Goliaths and Battle Cruisers zoom through the far reaches of space, this old movie goer is a tad spoiled for visual effects. It’s amazing to watch, don’t get me wrong, but it lacks a certain, personal touch.
A series of films that has terrified generations of horror fans, is finally available in one box set!
The Retro Domination Podcast is back with another episode and joining the team this month is Paul Monaghan from the Maximum Power Up Podcast. We talk about he’s gaming beginnings, how he got into the Podcast scene and a massive tangent about gaming mags. We talk English biscuit’s, answer the community questions and announce the winner […]
Got some computers needing a bit of love? Then this month’s episode of Press Play on Tape is for you! On the back of a few recent repairs and restorations of their own, the team decided this month to talk through some of their favourite hints & tips. Where to start with a non-working system? Cap […]
Don’t call it a comeback, we’ve been here for years! Yes folks, after what seems like (and has been) an eternity: Tim, Mark & Andy are back with episode 17 of the +3 To…whoops…sorry…the Geekdom United podcast! So what monumental occasion would bring the boys out of hiatus to actually record a new episode? Is […]
Welcome to episode 97 of the Retro Domination podcast! On this week’s episode, Tim takes us through his recent trip to Japan covering everything from the local cuisine, Gundam, arcades, the state of the retro gaming scene and just how awesome Japanese 7-11’s are compared to what we have here in Australia. To round things […]
Welcome to episode 96 of the Retro Domination podcast! It’s time for the team to put on their Santa hats and sip on their eggnog (or 8th can of Jim Beam & Coke in Pete’s case) as they gear up for the annual Christmas and year in review episode. Just where has the time gone?! […]
Here comes a new Challenger! You might have seen him on our Facebook page (if not, come have a look), so now it’s time to meet Mr. JCVD – aka. Damian – as he joins the Press Play on Tape team as our third co-host.
Welcome to episode 95 of the Retro Domination podcast! It’s the lead up to Christmas and for this week’s episode, we decided to change direction and let our community choose a myriad of topics for the episode, with a Classic Mario Amiibo going to the winner of best topic! We talk about everything from the […]
In this episode Tim covers the goings on at PAX Australia, from D&D to Miniature games and all the rest. We also cover the awesome Final War Tactical Card Game by Games Lab right here in Australia. From box contents to game mechanics, we cover every aspect of this exciting game. So put up your […]
Once again RD were a prominent figure at PAX 2016, responsible for the Classic Gaming area, along with Aus Retro Gamer, Weird & Retro, Bartronica and Bayside Pinball. We give a brief overview of the entire expo, as well taking questions from the RD community FB wall. We also discuss the overly popular NES Mini, […]
After a short hiatus and some technical fun, Press Play on Tape flips sides and loads in a new adventure! Aaron welcomes one of the podcast’s new hosts, none other than fellow Tasmanian: Tony Cruise! You might remember him from his MSX masterclass back in episode 5, and he’s on-board to help share the hosting duties and […]
I have to be honest and state that my favourite Martial Arts film of all time is Jackie Chan’s 1978 masterpiece “The Drunken Master”. It’s a simple story, of a young martial artist who has brought shame to his family, so his father arranges for beggar Su, the ‘Drunken Master’ to train him, in the […]
True Legend tells the origin story of Su Can. A much celebrated General in the Chinese military, whom after rescuing a member of the Royal Family, is offered the position of Governor of Hu Bei province. Su Can has no such interest in this, and would much rather retire from the military and dedicate his […]