Arcade Attack Retro Gaming Podcast

A lively, accessible and entertaining weekly retro gaming podcast from Keith, Adrian, Dylan and Rob @ We cover classic video games, retro news and topics and interview industry legends.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h4m. Bisher sind 235 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 11 days 1 hour 24 minutes


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episode 235: Ken Levine (BioShock and gaming legend) - Interview

Adrian's persistence pays off in a big way as he finally got to chat to industry legend Ken Levine! The BioShock legend answers questions about its origins, influences, the truth behind the (BioShock) movie and much more. He also discusses his failed scr...



episode 233: Rob Fulop (Atari) - Interview

The Atari legend was responsible for some of the 2600's biggest hits including the Missile Command port and the addictive Demon Attack. Adrian also quizzes him on Night Trap and much, much more. Like what we do? Please consider supporting us on Patreon: ...



episode 234: The Original Xbox - Happy belated 20th birthday!

Yes, we missed it, but better to pay tribute later rather than never! The boys have a good chat about the original PC-in-a-box, the Xbox. Microsoft's huge (literally) "console" didn't sell as well as you'd think, but its stellar library coupled with bett...



episode 232: Christmas 2021 Extravaganza!

We wish you all a wonderful festive season! In this week's pod, the boys get to rummage around in Dylan's box for some retro gaming "goodies", James shares some of his Christmas memories and we have a chat about what Christmas 2021 may mean for younger g...



episode 231: Winter 2021 Retro Gaming News

We're making James work hard for his (no) money! He's rounded up some intriguing retro gaming news stories for your entertainment. A certain Nintendo console is 15 years old; a certain popular 90s UK gaming show makes a return, a cartoon return for an ea...


 2021-12-15  53m

episode 230: Mega Man

Akira Kitamura's 'Mega Man' has proven to be a very successful franchise for Nintendo but was that always the case? James has fond memories of the loveable robot assistant come robot assassin so he's here to chat about his first outings, what made those ...


 2021-12-08  1h11m

episode 229: Street Fighter 2

We've somehow been around for five years and never actually spoken about Street Fighter 2 the game. So to mark our anniversary, Dylan rounded up a bit of trivia and a lot of chat about arguably the most important one on one fighting game ever made. The b...


 2021-12-01  1h10m

episode 228: Ed Annunziata (SEGA Legend) Interview - Creating Ecco the Dolphin & Making Waves at SEGA

A man who needs no introduction, Ed Annunziata brought us the magnificent Ecco the Dolphin as well as classics such as Kolibri and Vectorman. Thanks to our amazing friend Michael for putting Adrian in touch with Ed to deliver this fascinating, mammoth SE...


 2021-11-24  1h23m

episode 227: BioShock

Ken Levine's mammoth FPS BioShock took us to the darkest depths of eerie Rapture in what is one of the greatest games ever made, we all concur! So what makes it special? Adrian's here with stories of the game's development, gameplay and lots of spoilers ...


 2021-11-17  1h18m

episode 226: Ian Dunlop & Neill Glancy - Interview - DMA Design, Walker, Turok & South Park

Ian Dunlop and Neill Glancy are true Amiga legends having brought us the classic 'Walker'. Adrian invited them on for a chat to talk about the difficulties in bringing something like Walker to life and their work on the unreleased Walker 2 and what might...


 2021-11-10  1h22m