Starved of real life sports, the boys decide to play some terrible NES and SNES sports games. ALL OF THEM!
It’s time for another console special, with Steven taking us through some of the most iconic games for Nintendo’s original mini console, the Game Boy.
With a new Doom game ripping and tearing it’s way into our exposed, still-beating hearts we take a look back at two very different games in the franchise.
There’s nothing unusual at all about this episode. The fact that it is being published on April Fool’s Day is just a coincidence. We have too much professional integrity to mislead you.
It’s a leap day and while you’re leaping you might as well do some sick tricks before you land. We’re old so we’ll just watch and have a chat about some of the most popular Xtreme sports series.
It’s time for season 3 and that means a new round of console specials. Matt immediately breaks the format by eschewing consoles in favour of his beloved Spectrum.
Give the gift of giving this Christmas and gift us your ears as we give each other Christmas gifts in this, the season of gifts and giving.
The boys discover the power of friendship with their Pokemon and then send them to fight to the death as they catch up on the Pokemon craze. Something something balls.
Spooktober is upon us and that means it’s time to take a quick trip to Hell where all the spookiest games live. Malevolent Matt, Steven the Skellington, Rotten Ryan and Attack of the Mutant Adam take a look at four spooky(ish) retro titles.
The Boss has decided to sell the podcast to the Disney Global Mega Corporation, meaning we can now only review Disney games. Is he taking the Mickey?
The Boss doesn’t want us to cover good games, only popular ones. So join us as we take a controversial look at some overrated games.
It’s every man for himself as we take a look at the dangerous world of kart racing. Who will come out on top, and who will be left a Blue Shell Bozo?
We’re setting our lasers to fun (*groan*) this month as Ryan leads our squadron into the deepest depths of space to tackle schmups.
One of our new segments has each of us covering our own specialist subject. Links to everything we talked about are below.
Matt’s Doom Mod of the Month: Japanese Community Project (https://www.doomworld.com/idgames/levels/doom2/Ports/megawads/jpcp)
Adam’s Gotta Play ‘Em All: Topegi’s Great Adventure (https://www.pokemon-mini.net/games/togepis-great-adventure/)
Steven’s RPG Corner: Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix (https://kingdomhearts.fandom.com/wiki/Kingdom_Hearts_II_Final_Mix)
Ryan’s Console Treasure Hunt: Game Boy Light (https://nintendo.fandom.com/wiki/Game_Boy_Light)
In the first episode of our new format we take a trip to Japan to discover what games they’ve been hiding from us all these years.
We take a look at the console that shook Sega to its very core, the mighty Super Nintendo Entertainment System, as Steven guides us through four of its most important titles.
With mounting pressure from our corporate overlords to appeal to a wider audience, we are forced to make fundamental changes to the show. Can we survive in a more modern environment?
Get your shotguns ready as we blast through hordes of evil beasties in some of our favourite first-person shooter games with renowned demon slayer Jon from the Retro Game Squad podcast.
Season 2 is finally upon us. What games have our plucky band of retrobates dragged from the edges of space?
Christmas is finally here so as ordained by law we are forced to check out some Christmas games this month. But which of us has been naughty and picked a stinker?
Take an interstellar trip with us to the rings of Saturn as Adam picks four games from Sega’s underrated 90s powerhouse
It’s Halloween and we have four terrifying games to look at this month. But first, we need to free Steven’s soul from the grip of SNK….
This month we reach into our pockets and pull out a selection of portable exclusive games. Also, Steven gets trapped inside a Neo Geo Pocket Color for reasons.
This month Matt introduces the gang to the glory of SEGA’s wonderful powerhouse, the Sega Mega Drive!
This month we take a look at four classic platform games. Save the world with jumps and sometimes by punching!
This month we take a look at puzzle games accompanied by the time-displaced version of Adam
Do you want a chance to win a copy of Banjo Kazooie on the N64, featured in the latest episode of the Retro Odyssey podcast along with a special thank-you letter from us? Simply go to the link below to enter.
Please note that while the competition is open worldwide, the giveaway is for an NTSC version of the game and won’t work with standard non-US consoles.
This month Ryan guides us through four of his favourite N64 titles
This month we tread through the mire of our guilty pleasures
This month Matthew played a different version of Turtles in Time to the others, playing the arcade version as opposed to the SNES version. Check out his full playthrough here: