Welcome to episode 89 of the Retro Domination podcast! On this week’s show, it’s part two of our ‘Street Fighter’ retrospective as we take a look at Street Fighter Alpha, Street Fighter III, Street Fighter EX and the side games including Pocket Fighter, the ‘VS’ series and more! We hope you enjoyed this retrospective and […]
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
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 […]
Ladies & Gentlemen, it’s time for episode seven of the +3 To Geekdom podcast! On this month’s episode, we have a quick chat about our time at the PAX Australia (and it’s amazing table top area) that took place last month here in Melbourne, Australia.
What’s this then? Episode 5 of the +3 To Geekdom podcast and it’s on time (well…kinda). That’s right folks, it’s time again for your monthly dose of geekdom goodness!
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls and children of all ages, we are back with episode 4 of the +3 To Geekdom podcast! And if you’re not down with that, we’ve got two words for ya! Suck it!!
Banjo Guy Ollie is back with his latest cover and this time he gives the Street Fighter II classic the banjo treatment and proves that Guile’s theme really does go with everything!
The ‘crowd funding’ steam train is not showing any signs of slowing down, with the 8-bit inspired 2D fighter ‘Pocket Rumble’ from Cardboard Robot Games kicking off its second attempt at crowd funding today on the popular crowdfunding website Kickstarter.
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 […]
This episode, we tone the guests down and spend a little time with just us!
It’s pretty hard to argue against the fact that free games (well most, anyway) are great, especially when it involves a franchise that fans have been clamouring for! So when Street Fighter X Mega Man was released last month, it wasn’t much of a surprise to anyone that the game was wildly popular and rightly […]
With the Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Tournament grand finals taking place in San Francisco today, Capcom have just made a special announcement and revealed Street Fighter X Mega Man, a new 8-Bit style Mega Man game that will also feature the cast of Street Fighter!
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Capcom’s flagship Street Fighter series, and to celebrate the occasion they have announced a series of events that will be taking place throughout 2012. Of course, it wouldn’t be Capcom if we didn’t get some re-releases to go along with them!
Back in the day when the arcades were still king, the Super Nintendo was home to what many consider to be some of the best console ports (not including later re-releases and collections) of the Street Fighter 2 series. While the 32 bit era was in full swing, Capcom decided to release one last swansong […]