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 236 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 11 days 2 hours 26 minutes


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episode 225: Our Favourite Sonic Games

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episode 224: Sound Test Vol. 4 - Halloween Special!

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 2021-10-27  1h5m

episode 223: Action 52 - Mario Gonzalez Interview - The Truth Behind the Worst Game of All Time

Action 52 is regarded by many as the worst NES games/carts of all time but my, does it have a fascinating story. Entrepreneur Vince Perri's foray into the video games industry was a mammoth 52 game compilation all on one NES cart. What resulted was a cur...


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episode 222: Dean Mortlock (Sega Power/Saturn Power Editor) - Interview

Dyl decided to give Adrian the week off to interview Dean Mortlock, 90s gaming mag Sega Power's last ever editor having worked there as a writer since 1992. Dean's decided to go back into the shark-infested waters of magazine publishing with his new vent...


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episode 220: Eric Quakenbush - Working at SEGA

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 2021-10-06  1h26m

episode 221: Resident Evil 4 - Capcom‘s finest hour?

Well, was it? It's certainly up there. Keith is tasked with exploring every nook and cranny of Capcom's masterpiece - from its early prototypes to how it all panned out in deepest, darkest, deadliest...Spain. Get comfy because there's lots to talk about....


 2021-09-29  1h37m

episode 219: Eric Quakenbush - Working at Apple (Interview)

Eric Quakenbush made his name working at two of the most important companies of all time; Apple and Sega. Part one of this exclusive interview tracks Eric's life at Apple and what it was like working at a company post-Steve Jobs. Eric shares some amazing...


 2021-09-22  1h23m

episode 218: Retro Gaming News - Sept 2021

James makes his long awaited hosting debut on Arcade Attack, and boy, is he off to a flyer! With so much news around the retro gaming scene, we thought it was time to rattle through some of the biggest news headlines and some more niche stories that may ...


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episode 217: Mike Rouse (Sony, Ubisoft, Microsoft & Anstream) - Interview

We love all our interviewees, this is fact. But every now and then we’ll have someone on who really blows us away. Mike Rouse’s work is phenomenal. One of Sony’s brightest talents he went on to help The Getaway (PS2) win a BAFTA in one of his first jobs....


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