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Back in my Play: A Podcast for Nostalgic Gamers

Back in my Play

Every week we look back on our memories of the video games we played growing up. We discuss a brief history of the game, the memories that impacted our lives, and the experience of going back to the games in the present day.

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John Linneman and Mike Mika join Kevin to remember and revisit Goldeneye 007 on the Nintendo 64.

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Ryan Payton joins Kevin to remember and revisit Halo 3. We also discuss Ryan’s past working on the franchise. You can support Back in my Play by becoming a Patreon at

4 years ago

Mike Mika returns to the show to discuss console generations, advances in retro gaming tech, the importance and transition of the demo, Samurai Showdown and more!

4 years ago

Mike Mika joins Kevin to talk about incredible office clean up finds, new mini consoles, making new games in old engines, the latest projects at Digital Eclipse and Other Ocean and much More!

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4.7 out of 5 stars from 349 ratings
  • Just found this

    I just found thisPodcast, I am binging from episode one and i LOVE the format. Three hosts who are not ‘industry’ guys by any stretch, or experts who work in the field. Which MAKES the show what it is. Three guys who bring their own background to a game, completely relatable and their everyman stories and experiences with games are what make the show amazing. Currently I am 9 years ‘into the future’ from the shows I am listening to, and each show takes me back anither 20 years. more

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    Reginald fairfield
    United States2 years ago
  • Good Podcast

    I love retro gaming so this is perfect!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Such a good nostalgic gaming podcast, 10/10 host

    Love the podcast, working through backlog, but nothing new posted in over 2 years… hopefully more to come one day?! Hope all is well, and if nothing else, so much great content over the years already available.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Great Retro Gaming Podcast

    I really love pouring over this podcast’s backlog, but is the show dead? Say it ain’t so!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago
  • Retro games and more! Quality podcast

    I stumbled upon this podcast from Retronauts, and are quickly becoming my favorite podcast, even above Retronauts. Kevin covers retro games, consoles, and many other topics involving retro gaming. No matter what you are looking for in retro gaming, they have an episode for you!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago

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