A monthly podcast featuring roundtable discussion about retro and classic video games from the 8-bit, 16-bit, and 32/64-bit eras. Each episode, our crew picks a theme and reviews a selection of games that fit within said theme. Join us as we strive to bring you a great show that's both informative and entertaining.
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Dusting off our Memory Cards and DualShock controllers, the crew goes all in on the Sony PlayStation. Covering games such as Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain, Omega Boost, Hot Shots Golf 2, and more, we also explore the different ways in which you can play... more
Saving countless kids from ennui during car rides and doctor's visits, the Nintendo Game Boy was a staple of handheld gaming, and we're here to talk about it. We discuss its hardware & impact on the industry, as well as games such as Hammerin’ Harry,... more
Feeling adventurous, we put a bow on 2021 by checking out some “darling” action-adventure games such as The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past, The Guardian Legend and Beyond Oasis. We also mull over our choices to crown our Retro Game of The Year, ... more
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Awesome podcast. Games should be fun!!
Still the Best retro gaming more
These dudes clearly love doing this, and love gaming. Listening to the show feels like hanging out with friends. Great anecdotes, excellent chemistry, fun game convos, and no cynicism. You guys rock, and I’m so happy you’ve found this outlet. Great journey so far. Great luck to ya!
An absolutely boring podcast fill with dull people & terrible sound quality. it sounds as like they're half dead and the jokes are terrible. I'm just going to go back to listen to more old Emulate This.
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Retro Game Squad Podcast launched 10 years ago and published 78 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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