A potpourri of classic video games-related video and audio projects from Game Boy World (a complete chronological history of pre-GBA handheld video games), Metroidvania.com (games that are like Metroid and Castlevania all at once), and Anatomy of Games (in-depth analyses of classic game design).
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A pair of games based on popular media works? Well, almost. Action Fighter clearly draws its inspiration from 1970s James Bond and his transforming Lotus Esprit, but unlike James Bond 007 for Multivision, it doesn't wear the actual Bond license. It's... more
I thought the main feature this week would be TransBot, a pretty OK shooter based on a pretty good arcade game that rectifies the failings of Orguss for SG-1000 while basically swiping the concept wholesale, but no. TransBot is fine. The main feature... more
Three episodes into the Master System run and already we have some familiar sights—but understandably so, since each of these games comes to Master System from arcades. So, while we may have seen Choplifter during our SG-1000 survey, we certainly did... more
I love the footage Jeremy captures. It’s more curated and developed than most let’s plays YouTube and I can watch on the train. Good luck to Jeremy on his quest to archive all this old gaming history. He’s one of the best at approaching gaming history with a serious mindset instead of just a nostalgia fan.
Not only does it give me more information about my favorite games, it’s presented as a video, so I won’t get bored easily. Good job, and keep up the good work. For a suggestion, if it’s possible, could you do super Mario kart on the snes at all?
I started watching/listening after I found the host's old page on classic video games. I really dig the production values and level of detail that go into each episode. But the main thing that I love is that they treat gaming history in a serious manner -- video games are treated here as cultural products that can be examined and contexualized within the history of computing. Too many gamer podcasts schtick or flail around making fanboy noises. It's boring and irritating. Retronauts still crack... more
Jeremy Parish’s Works Series, the Retronauts Podcast and his youtube Gintendo let’s plays are ridiculously miles above all other game retrospectives available. Thanks for making these man.
Jeremy is informative, witty, and one of the best minds ever to dissect classic games. A must.
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Video Works by Jeremy Parish launched 9 years ago and published 100 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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