Welcome to Episode 63 of the Retro Domination Podcast, on the show we have special guests Anthony and Nicola Caulfield from Bedrooms to Billions fame promoting their new Kickstarter campaign, Amiga Years and we at RD are salivating at the mouth!!
On this week’s episode the team speak with Josh Egan, owner and proprietor of Bartronica, the new premium Bar Arcade located in the heart of Melbourne City at 335 Flinders Lane. We discuss everything from Arcade Cabinets to Delorean’s to Matrix Telephones, everything of which are in Bartronica, we also hear some amusing and challenging […]
Welcome to episode 61 of the Retro Domination podcast! On this week’s episode, Tim joins the team as they have a chat to long time community member Daniel Grbac as he shares some stories about his time as a manager at Playtime, one of Australia’s larger arcade chains during their heyday in the 90’s and […]
RD is back with an interview with one of Atari’s most loved developers, Howard Scott Warshaw. Howard and the team speak about the on going’s within Atari back in the early 80’s, the struggles with Yar’s Revenge getting a release and is ET that bad of a game? That and much more! We hope you enjoy […]
Welcome to episode 58 of the Retro Domination podcast and the first show for 2015! In this week’s episode, the team goes over what they’ve been up to over the break, what games they’ve been playing as well as some of their recent pick ups.
The guy’s are back for another episode and Weird & Retro’s Alex Serblander joins us once again with his Atari wisdom. As you can tell by the title it’s all about Atari and most of it’s gaming consoles and Vintage computers. Also we talk about our favorite games, so did Activision develop the best games […]
From Bedroom to Billions has finally been released, one and a half years after the Kickstarter pledging began. Was it worth the wait? With a whopping 2+ hours of educational entertainment it’ll keep you enthralled; whether you are a Vintage computer enthusiast, or simply interested in the games industry. It’s nice to see a documentary […]
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. This article is a reply to Ausretrogamers article back in 2013. I hope we got […]
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 from the Nintendo vs. Sega 16 Bit console wars, the value of reproduction carts, holy […]
A once lost episode now resurfaced in all its…ehem..glory..sort of. Originally episode 13, this one was recently rediscovered in the depths of Tims Hard Drive. So we spliced what remained together and voila! More-so a bit of a look behind the scenes for fans, as most of the “off air” humor is left in. So […]
Robert Englund, Tom Skerritt, Richard Dean Anderson, Hodor!! These were some of the names to appear at OZ Comic Con 2014, the event being held at the old exhibition building in Melbourne. So on a cold wintery morning Daz Retro and your’s truly headed out to yet another huge convention. We were fortunate enough to […]
Daz, Matt, Mark, Greg & Alex are back for episode 48 of the Retro Domination podcast! Drawing inspiration from Tony Mott’s “1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die” book, each of the team has compiled a list of the ten games they believe need to be played before we die and provide the […]
Daz and Alex had the pleasure to speak to the the one only Phillip and Andrew Oliver or as most people know them The Oliver Twins.
The team at Retro Domination love all sorts of genres in gaming, however some of the hidden gems are hiding in sports titles. Daz and Matt Cawley uncover their favourite games in what is typically an overlooked genre in retro gaming. Daz When playing retro games I’m usually shooting at spacecraft in games like Bio […]
The C64 version of Commando was great and as close to the arcade as you can get on a home platform.