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Best Dreamcast podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Dreamcast podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The original classic gaming podcasts continues its endless quest to explore the history of video games, one game at a time. Join hosts Jeremy Parish and Bob Mackey each week as they team up with a host of expert guests to chronicle the creations that have paved the way for today's hits. From forgotten black-and-white arcade machines to modern-day remakes, Retronauts spans more than four decades of vintage gaming greatness!
 
Charts? Fighting? Nah! Ravsieg tosses away previous rules and themes. Anything goes! Embrace the Ravsdom!! and join in with your own music and stories. The focus will be on people's own SEGA musical experiences, but... who knows what each week will present!
 
(Listener Discretion Advised) The Sega Addicts have their very first live radio show, and god help us all. Every Tuesday night, join Brett, Stevie, and maybe some special guests as they deliver everything you came to expect from Sega Addicts After Hours, plus some choice tunes!
 
Grab your coins and come in to Club SEGA where we celebrate the best of the SEGA arcade scene. Playing music from the 80's all the way to the present day, experience the sounds of some of your favourite arcade games. There's competitions and high scores to beat as well as some discussion on the hardware that changed gaming forever.
 
SEGA AGES is on air every Friday night taking a look back at the soundtracks to the games that define the history of SEGA. Whether we're looking at a specific year, console or other SEGA-related theme, SEGA AGES is the place to celebrate the history of the gaming company we all love! This RadioSEGA-enhanced podcast includes chapter support and per-game album art on compatible players/devices.
 
This show is stacked! Get Ready, Try! We Talk Games Video Power Magazine Presents!!! The most popular weekly, one arcade game review per episode show ever created by humans or the reptilian illuminati secret overlords of the deranged conspiracy theorists lame crotch imagination. Join the video game journalist award wining crew and non-sport card superstars of Kyle VonKubik and Wiggly of Trap Door review arcade video games with author, artist and all around guy, John E Capcom plus, robot femm ...
 
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Rich returns in time to talk about some of the best games of 2002. Listen as he, Steve and Andrew pitch their game of the year, and discuss a few of the other games that came close. For seven days after this episode goes live you'll be able to vote for which pitch you think should be crowned game of 2002 - so get voting over on Twitter (@dreamcasty…
 
In DreamPod 73, Lewis and Mike deep dive into one of the most obscure and niché corners of the Dreamcast's game library: visual novels. You've heard of them, you've probably seen them. It's those games with all the anime characters on the front that have tonnes of text. Some people even call them "dating simulators". Well, the Dreamcast has some of…
 
MinnMax's Ben Hanson joins Kat and Nadia as a special guest to remember the awkwardness that was Square's direct to video era. From Advent Children to Crisis Core, the trio recount the good and bad of the compilation, and wonder whether it deserves any sort of mention in Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Plus: Nadia's Bravely Default 2 impressions!…
 
It's time for another entry in our ongoing LucasArts mini-series! This time around, we'll be looking at 1995's Full Throttle: Tim Schafer's first project as a solo director, and also the first LucasArts game to blast beyond the barriers of mere diskettes and ship only in the CD-ROM format. Though Full Throttle's design doesn't exactly hold up 25 ye…
 
On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie and Joab Gilroy talk about the latest game that Valve didn’t make, Half-Life: Alyx. The other games they’ve been playing this week include Control, DOOM Eternal, Call of Duty: Warzone, Bleeding Edge, Skynet Simulator, Monster Train, and more. Over in the news Sony details backwards compatibility on the PlaySta…
 
On this episode, YOU the viewer decided what you’d like us to talk about, which is the cute ‘em ups (Kiki ups?) Cotton 2, and Cotton Boomerang. We’ll dive into the game itself, why it was popular, our impressions of it now, and the impressions of it coming out as a new game! Follow us and interact on our social media sites: Facebook: https://www.fa…
 
With Persona 5 Royal just a week away, Nadia, Eric, Hirun, and Caty get together for a spoiler-filled and in-depth conversation about the original game. They discuss Persona 5's history; social links; amazing soundtrack, and whether or not the ending ultimately works. Also, Nadia and Hirun chime in with a bit of (not as spoiler-filled) chatter abou…
 
On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie and Joab Gilroy talk about DOOM Eternal and how things have greatly improved since the Slayer’s last battle on Mars. The other games they’ve been playing this week include Call of Duty: Warzone, Monster Train, Slay The Spire, Roundguard, and more. Over in the news CD Projekt has started working on a new The Wi…
 
Which RPGs have the best intros? Kat and Nadia talk through the introductory sequences in some of the best RPGs ever made, and why they work and don't work. Why does Final Fantasy 7's opening hit so hard? What about Mass Effect 2? The pair explain what a really good intro can do for a story, and all the ways that a bad one can sap an otherwise good…
 
It's a Mailbag of the Blood God this week as Kat and Nadia tackle all of your biggest questions! This week's questions include: - Why do RPG protagonists always seem to use swords? - What are the Blood God's commandments for succeeding in RPGs? - Why are airships so awesome? - Do we feel guilty over dropping an especially long RPG? - What are some …
 
In this Dreamcast news round-up episode of the DreamPod: Tom, James, Mike and Lewis discuss what's been going on in the last month surrounding the Dreamcast. Many questions are asked. Mysteries are delved into. Kev makes a split second guest appearance. Links to things mentioned in the podcast: For Funk’s Sake: A Space Channel 5 VR (Kinda) Review: …
 
The Console RPG Quest continues with our exploration of the PlayStation 2, just in time for its 20th anniversary! We talk about its incredibly deep library of RPGs; the rise of companies like NIS and Level-5, and classics like Final Fantasy 10 and Persona 3. Plus, Kat recently got a chance to check out Final Fantasy 7 Remake and Baldur's Gate 3, an…
 
In the not-too-distant past, the year 2000 used to signify the far-off future. But time makes fools of us all, and this mythical date has transformed into a distant memory, just as all years are destined to become. This week, we examine Y2K's fascinating gaming landscape, where the primitive Game Boy Color could compete with the cutting-edge PlaySt…
 
This week's episode tackles the tropes that Kat and Nadia love (and hate) to see in RPGs. From customizable characters to sewer levels; flowery monologues to confusion status effects, Kat and Nadia talk about the elements that draw their attention, and the elements that immediately turn them off. It's a discussion that delves deep into some of the …
 
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