Welcome to episode 86 of the Retro Domination podcast! On this week’s episode, the team are fortunate enough to be joined by Terry Diebold, one of the owners of the notorious ‘Nintendo Playstation’ prototype, the failed Super Nintendo CD add-on joint venture between Nintendo & Sony, that would ultimately be nixed by Nintendo. Terry gives […]
A new year brings new ideas! The Press Play On Tape (PPOT) hosts have introduced a new segment which aims to get to know you, the awesome listeners, that little bit better. The PPOT crew aim to find out how you got into gaming, what your fave systems and games are, knowing about your collection, […]
In this episode Daz and Tim join to discuss the Doomed Retro VGS/ Coleco Chameleon debacle. From its promising beginnings to its spiraling downfall and imminent death. A project that piqued the interest of some, confused others, and ultimately became the biggest news in the retro community in recent years. So, grab your Atari Jaguar […]
I had a love-hate relationship with Psycho Fox. Essentially because I sucked at it but I always loved the music which never failed to lift my spirits…. I could never get too mad at the game either . And the graphics were so darn cute too .
We are back (finally) for episode nine of the +3 To Geekdom podcast! On this month’s episode, Tim gives us his thoughts on the latest Marvel Comics blockbuster movie Deadpool in his spoiler free review
It’s time for another Retro Domination episode and what a show we have for you. This episode Daz, Mark and Matt get together and reminisce about the year 1986 and talk about their favorite games they played from that year. They also cover albums and a quick chat regarding movie releases. Which console does Matt […]
Here’s my cover of the Passing Breeze theme from the classic SEGA hit Outrun. This is one of the tunes I wanted to do from the start but lacked when I started this channel. I still don’t know how I managed to leave it till now but here it is. So many memories are tied […]
Insert tape, rewind to start, press play and listen to our special guest, Rob Caporetto, give a master class in all things Acorn and the BBC Micro! Listen carefully, as we assure you that you’ll learn something new – we definitely did! The honor of selecting the publisher of choice went to our special guest, […]
Welcome to episode 83 of the Retro Domination podcast and the first in a series of episodes we have planned to take a look back at one of our favourite series of games: Street Fighter. In this month’s episode, we kick things off with Street Fighter and Street Fighter II. We take a look back […]
Rediscovering Boardgames has been a revelation for me, part nostalgia and part social activity. With a slew of licenced games coming out, whether it’s Star Wars as found here, Game of Thrones or even The Walking Dead which is rated highly at IGN, it leaves me wondering. Heck, I love those franchises, but what about […]
Most of us love retro gaming; even the casual gamer enjoys a quick play on Super Mario Bros and Alex Kidd. Some people even love the long running Final Fantasy series with its many games and remakes, including the upcoming mobile remake of Adventures of Mana written about by IGN as well as the remake […]
On episode 82 of the Retro Domination Podcast, Daz and Matt truly have the power!! They are met with Rob McCallum and Randall Lobb of Definitive Films, who are set to embark on the Eternian journey to make Power of Grayskull, the definitive history of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.
Another master piece originally composed by Jake Kaufman for Shove lKnight by Yacht Club Games. Probably the toughest cover I’ve had to do hand’s down. This thing was ridiculously hard to pull off on acoustic stringed instruments like the banjo and mandolin.
Here’s my cover of the first stage theme in Socket, a really underrated Genesis gem!
First cover for 2016 and I thought it’ll be cool to give another Undertale tune the BGO treatment. Toby’s Fox tune Spider Dance has such a great potential for any acoustic cover. There’s no overly tricky sections but the entire execution is quite fast and sustained so the arms can tire easy… it’s a great […]