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Join the RetroCollect Squad as they talk their way through the wonderful world of retro gaming. Talking points span the golden age of classic gaming to today's neo-retro modern releases - and whatever deviant paths our hosts travel down. One thing is clear in our discussions though and that is our passion for pixels from every era!.
 
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In the world of cinema, the term ‘development hell’ is regularly bandied about when describing a production that has been passed from director, to studio, to producer - often with the cast being changed drastically. Very often, these movies never see the light of day and remain the fodder of forum chatter. Games are no different, and over the years…
 
RetroCollect FM - Issue 20: Shinobi With a Legendary lifetime starting way back in 1987 surely most retro-gamers have experienced a taste of Ninja Magic in their gaming lifetime? Join our stealthy hosts on a journey through time as they discuss everything Shinobi: The Shuriken from Sega! This issue of RetroCollect FM contains an eclectic mix of co-…
 
In 1987 Irem's classic R-Type burst into the Arcades and got many of us feeding the system, as we scrolled through the universe to defeat the Evil Bydo Empire. Later it ported to our home systems, then spawned many sequels turning it into one of Irem's most popular series. Join our hosts Katsu, Chris, and Adam on a journey through time, talking abo…
 
This time on #RCFM: Our intrepid hosts dedicate the entire RetroCollect FM episode towards responding to your intriguing and sometimes odd questions? Ladies & Gentlemen we bring you the Re-Quest II! If you are new to our Re-Quest series? In a Koopa Shell, It’s your chance to put forward questions to the #RCFM team so they can endeavor to answer the…
 
Released in Japan in 1985 as the Sega Mark III, The Master System eventually made it's way to US and UK shores in 1986 and 1987 respectively. While Nintendo's Entertainment System enjoyed unparalleled success on the other side of the Atlantic, in the UK it was the Master System that arguably won the battle for gamers' cash. In this latest episode o…
 
1997 was an amazing year for gaming: the N64 was finally released in Europe, Suikoden and Final Fantasy 7 entertained PlayStation owners, while Sega Saturn gamers got Manx TT and PC gaming saw the release of Carmageddon, MDK and Dark Forces. Join regular RetroCollect FM hosts Chris, Tom and Katsu as they reminisce about the good, the bad and the ug…
 
In this latest interview issue, regular RetroCollect FM host Chris is joined by Barry Island from indie developer Infinite State Games to discuss the birth of their newest game Don't Die Mr Robot. Other topics of conversation include Barry's history in the industry, what five games he'd take to a desert island and the revelation that Chris and Barr…
 
For many retro gamers, the 90s was a wonderful era packed to the brim with exciting new developments and technological advancements. Despite the rise of the Internet and other forms of getting our gaming fix delivered daily, one dedicated service we all know and loved remained on the most basic form of communication still around - Teletext. Digitis…
 
During the earlier years of the video game industry, companies such as Sega and Nintendo trialled various methods of keeping their dating hardware alive. Instead of releasing new consoles and casting away the old, the latest technology was often crammed into add-ons and expansions to gift older systems an added boost of power. Although seeming like…
 
Growing up we all dreamed of the day arcade-perfect gameplay would arrive at home. While it may have hit our living rooms much earlier than expected, the journey there left behind a shed-load of tragic ports and attempts to re-create the coin-op magic.RetroCollect による
 
In 1991 video gamers found themselves cast onto the crime-flooded walkways of a once peaceful city, a location three ex-police officers set out to reclaim from the syndicate. Armed with nothing but their bare knuckles, Axel, Adam and Blaze changed the console gaming landscape forever...RetroCollect による
 
Having recently celebrated its birthday in style, the Sega Dreamcast is still fondly remembered by us all as the system that left us too early. Despite packing plenty of promise and potential for the future, Sega pulled the plug early on what they deemed was doomed by the imminent release of the PlayStation 2. With a plethora of nostalgia at the re…
 
By 1989 the entire world was shellshocked into Turtle Fever. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles had reached the masses through radical action figures, awesome cartoon action, and of course the wicked on-going comic. Next on the on the half-shelled reptiles' plans for world domination was video games - something they most definately exc-shelled in.…
 
In November 1992 a brand new video game magazine was born that set out to do things differently. Super Play wasn't your average publication but instead a glorification of gaming culture from the Far East. With countless gamers inspired by its pages, we caught up with the magazine's prolific artist and contributor - Wil Overton.…
 
In 1991 Mega Drive owners found themselves gripping the ignition in one hand and smashing their nearest rivals into incoming traffic with the other. Road Rash was one of the most brutal titles to hit Sega's console, and one which has left a lasting impression, imprint - and whip mark - on all of us. Despite seeming so popular in our younger days, R…
 
With the World Cup about to get underway, we decided to up our podcast game and slide tackle the topic of classic football video games. Starting out in the lowly 8-bit league, listen to our rise to the top as we thrash the big boys - FIFA, Pro Evo and Sensible Soccer - and every other mid-table player in between.…
 
Stepping aside from our usual duties of discussing set topics, the hosts behind this week's RetroCollect FM episode start the first of a new series. Re-Quest is your chance to put forward a question to the #RCFM team through Facebook, Twitter or the RetroCollect Forums, which will be answered on air. With plenty of queries already submitted, Chris,…
 
In 1996 video gamers were abruptly thrown into the depths of a global epidemic, one which broke out from the depths of a underground research lab. Not only did we find ourselves fending off an onslaught of zombies, but also the difficult task of juggling ammunition, medical supplies and just about everything else we needed to ensure safety. This ne…
 
Running an online shop selling retro games and organising gaming events around the country must be the ideal lifestyle, right? We get to the bottom of having a retro gaming workplace with Andy of Console Passion and Replay Events, before tackling the all important topic of upcoming events such as Play Blackpool.…
 
So the 64-bit beast known as the Atari Jaguar might not have the best rap, but why is that? After sitting down with one of the biggest Atari nuts in the UK, RetroCollect discuss what went wrong with the Jaguar and why it should actually be given a fair trial in the gaming world.RetroCollect による
 
It's late into 1988 and the gaming landscape as we know it is about to change - cast aside your Nintendo NES as the 16-bit-era has arrived! Join the RetroCollect FM Podcast as they head back in time to discuss the early years of the Sega Mega Drive and all the greats the system saw.RetroCollect による
 
Put 'em up - it's time to fight with the RetroCollect FM Podcast! In our usual fashion the team decided to sit down and duke it out over the history of the Iron Fist Tournament - discussing the highs and lows of the Tekken franchise, the greatest combatants, and its more bizarre bowling offerings.RetroCollect による
 
Building upon our last interview episode the RetroCollect FM Podcast has lured into the studio another influential gaming hero. This time round we're going modern into the realms of neo-retro by sitting down with the director of Roll7, the team behind the PS VIta hit OlliOlli, discussing everything from skateboarding classics to Barcode Battlers.…
 
After a long hiatus, the RetroCollect FM Podcast has exploded back onto the airwaves in style. With several months of topics building up and plenty to discuss, the team decided to sit down and blast through the one and only Bomberman - discussing the highs, lows and kangaroos of the series we all know and love.…
 
Moving away from focusing on our beloved consoles, the RetroCollect Squad decide to get portable and focus on the much loved Nintendo Game Boy. From Tetris to Pokemon and all the way back, we discuss the longevity of the underpowered handheld and the legacy its dot-matrix display has left behind.RetroCollect による
 
In an attempt to round off our coverage of the 32-bit systems on our retro gaming podcast, the RetroCollect Squad delve into the retro gaming juggernaut known as the PlayStation. With an incredibly rich history behind it and a plethora of memories to discuss, our hosts get caught up in Sony's earlier days and their iconic titles.…
 
Taking a short break before we upload our next full feature episode, RetroCollect's Karl and Adam take twenty minutes to discuss past and upcoming retro gaming events. With plenty to talk about after Revival 2013, our two hosts end up anticipating NERG and Play Expo whilst discussing the state of British retro gaming events.…
 
With the arrival of several classic Disney video games due for HD-resurrections, the RetroCollect Squad - Chris and co-hosts Adam and Karl - are back to discuss these magical titles, alongside our knowledgeable addition to the podcasting team, Mike. While we might not agree on what the best titles from the magic kingdom actually are, we're all left…
 
Giving our vocal chords yet another rest, this week we leave the talking up to our special guest; Just Add Water's Stewart Gilray. Having worked on countless titles from the Commodore Amiga all the way up to the more recent modern Oddworld titles, Stewart gets nostalgic about his past and present with RetroCollect FM's hosts, Chris and Adam.…
 
In an attempt to rest our vocal chords between our usual lengthy discussions, RetroCollect FM's host Chris and co-host Karl sit down to discuss what's been happening in the retro gaming world. With the likes of the recent Resident Evil 1.5 leak and the unfortunate passing of Kenji Eno, hear our take on the latest retro news.…
 
Having enjoyed the winter break a little too much, the RetroCollect FM team - Chris and co-hosts Adam and Karl - are back to debate another retro gaming console. With plenty of games worth shouting about, join us as we talk about the loveable catastrophe that is the Sega Saturn, alongside the bizarre plans its Japanese creator carried out for the l…
 
With Christmas just around the corner, the RetroCollect Squad mingle around a warm crackly fire to discuss their pixellated pasts.RetroCollect FM's host Chris admits to several things Santa would never approve of, whilst co-hosts, Adam and Karl (who are not on the naughty list), discuss their favourite festive games and the many happy memories from…
 
RetroCollect FM's host Chris and co-hosts Adam and Karl return once again to tackle the much delayed, yet much loved Nintendo 64. Tackling fanboy-ism head on, the trio not only praise the 64-bit system, but also question many of Nintendo's confusing practices of the late 90s...RetroCollect による
 
Join RetroCollect FM's host Chris and co-hosts Adam and Karl as they travel down the troublesome memory lane that is the inevitable war between Sega & Nintendo. Needless to say fanboy-ism arises and much debate enrages as we start a war of our own - one which may never be settled...RetroCollect による
 
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