On this special episode on the Retro Domination podcast Daz interviews the director of the new documentary Memoirs of the Zx Spectrum Andy Remic. Andy gives us a behind the scenes look into the making of the film and lots of funny moments that accrued during filming. We hope you enjoy the episode as much as […]
On this exciting latest ep we interview the one and only Ex-Rare Steve Mayles of Playtonic Games. We go into some cool stories from back in the day with one of the worlds top developers. We also talk about the new released Kickstarter funded Yooka Laylee. So grab a beverage and relax and listen to the dulcet […]
Pac is back, the award winning mobile gaming hit is now available on your favourite console. Inspired by the 256 glitch, Pac-man was designed to have no ending, as long as one life was left, the game should be able to go on indefinitely. But when the fruit counter overflows to zero , the first […]
Finally, the great Atari 16-bit computer gets its time to shine on the PRESS PLAY ON TAPE podcast! With Maximum Power Up’s podcaster, Paul Monaghan as the special guest, Daz is outnumbered and admits defeat in the 16-bit computer battle. The cast looks back fondly at the ST and its many great games, from exclusives […]
Gregg and Co finally back with his latest ep. Which cabinet does he find this time?
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.
The Zx Spectrum the 8bit wonder from the UK unfortunately was never released here in Australia. Clive Sinclair’s little power house was a force to be reconed with in it’s homeland, considering it’s two main rivals the Commodore 64 and the Amstrad Cpc range were it’s main competitors. The Spectrum came in several models, the […]
My Childhood was dominated by Sensible World of Soccer on my Amiga 500. Well I’ve grown up and finally the spiritual successor to SWOS has finally been announced, Jon Hare, the brainchild of Sensible Software now under his own software house, Tower Studios has announced his new Kickstarter campaign for Sociable Soccer. Sociable Soccer is […]
The Press Play on Tape (PPOT) lads are back again, and this time they have taken one prisoner, Mr Mark Cassar from Retro Domination and +3 To Geekdom fame! Mark gives an insight into his gaming past, while Alex goes gaga over Mark’s love of arcade games and loathness of Zelda. The PPOT crew and […]
Am I living in the past or have I travelled back in time? I turn on the news and it’s Bush v Clinton for the US presidency, I look at the top grossing movies and Terminator and a Jurassic movie are the top 2 grossing movies for the month and then I turn on my […]
It’s taken 10 years but the Video Games Live concert has finally arrived in Australia. Waiting in line amongst the cold Melbourne weather I stood there thinking what could I be expecting as I avoided any spoilers on the internet. Tommy Tallarico would post up on the Video Games Live Facebook page which songs people […]
“Alright you Primitive Screw heads, listen up! You see this? This… is my boomstick! The twelve-gauge double-barreled Remington. S-Mart’s top of the line. You can find this in the sporting goods department. That’s right, this sweet baby was made in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Retails for about a hundred and nine, ninety five. It’s got a […]
“Video Games are really the training book of computer literacy,” Nolan Bushnell. World 1-1, is typically a term you would hear in any of the Super Mario games featured on Nintendo. However instead of a plump bouncing plumber, we have a 120 minute representation of the history of Atari, directed by Jeanette Garcia and Daryl […]
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 […]
Banjo Guy Olie is back with a Chris Huelsbeck classic.