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Best NES podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best NES podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Every other week, tune into 8-4 Play for talk about Japan, video games, and Japanese video games, straight from the 8-4 offices in beautiful downtown Tokyo. Featuring the sultry voices of 8-4's own Mark MacDonald, John Ricciardi, Hiroko Minamoto, Justin "JJ" Epperson, Roy Blakely, Sarah Podzorski, and Graeme Howard.
 
The Assembly Line is a podcast dedicated to featuring homebrew games developed by programmers after the NES's initial lifespan. Hosted by two veteran NES homebrew programmers, Kevin from KHAN Games and Beau from Sole Goose Productions, the two delve into one game an episode, focusing on the development history, release information, give personal opinions, and usually interview the creators themselves! Typically focusing on the games that the two feel are most noteworthy, for various reasons, ...
 
Game Drawl is a show about the ridiculous world of video game lore. Scott, Brian, Stu, and Tink break down the stories and characters we all love/hate in your favorite video games from the NES and Master System all the way to the latest hip PlayStation titles or whatever. This podcast aren't sick.
 
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!
 
Life With Video Games.We debate and explore all generations of video games, systems, and the industry which drives our hobby. We examine our lives with family and games which create a balance that improves our mental health, reduces stress, and helps us tackle whatever life throws at us.We share stories about how each of us relate to different generations of games we experienced growing up while simultaneously learning a little more about ourselves. Take this journey with us as we explore ou ...
 
Burnt Offerings is a podcast featuring horror movie, and music, news and reviews. Hosts Jared and Steve discuss horror films and whatever bands and releases they have been jamming all while downing a fine selection of cheap beer and malt liquor. Steve is a self proclaimed '80s slasher fan who doesn't enjoy much of anything that came out after 1994. If he's not watching Hide and Go Shriek while downing a 40oz of Mickeys and blasting Fister, then he's probably beating Friday the 13th for the N ...
 
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Konami's sixth release for 1987 is interesting in a few ways, not least of which is that NES publishers were supposedly limited to five releases per year. But when you're on fire the way Konami was in 1987, I suppose the rules get a little wobbly. The Goonies II bases its action very (very) loosely on the 1985 movie, but rather than just being some…
 
Episode 20: Nebs 'n DebsIntro music by Thomas Ragonnet.Featured game track: "Track 2: Cave Theme" by Kulor.Closing track: "Map Theme" from Jibe.More information for Kevin can be found at khangames.com.More information for Beau can be found at solegooseproductions.com.Follow Chris Cacciatore on Twitter at @cacciatcPlease visit our Patreon at https:/…
 
On this week's episode of The Game Informer Show, I am joined by Dan "The Jacket" Tack, Ben Reeves, and Leo Vader to discuss Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, Baldur's Gate III, and the latest next gen news on Xbox and PlayStation. After we handle some hot topics, we jump into the always entertaining and enlightening community emails. Thanks for listening!…
 
For letter J, Sull, Mark & Dan get all Ninja-ry, return to ancient Japan to ride a fire breathing frog and deal a whole can of whoop ass on some nasty yokai and notorious diagonal botherers aka Bees... Is JaJaMaru a game for you or is it pooooooooooo? Tune in to find out! Mirage - https://youtu.be/gZ-mF3bj_Y8 Santana - Mirage - https://youtu.be/5qp…
 
When the biggest streamer on the planet makes some controversial statements about video games, and it's a slow news week, everyone is going to have their own thoughts. The guys run through Ninja's comments, their thoughts on playing Bioshock for the first time, one of Kevin's biggest pet peeves related to video game knowledge, Sony pulling out of P…
 
The Legacy Music Hour kicked off an early new year's celebration in December of 2012 with a stirring return to New Age music, and now in 2020 you can meditate along to the festivities in music-only... The Legacy Music Hour was created by Brent Weinbach and Rob F. specifically for the purpose of talking about video game music from the golden age of …
 
HEY! LISTEN! Well, please listen. This episode about Super Star Fox Weekend is a little different that the others you’ve gotten used to because we are talking about competition cartridges. The Randomizer chose Super Star Fox Weekend Challenge for us so we are lumping in the Donkey Kong Country Competition Cartridge, 1990 Nintendo World Championship…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the humble Randomizer. Scott is into ALTTP, and Rym is obsessed with FFIV Free Enterprise. Randomizers were not foreseen, and they will likely have a significant impact on game design and esports in the years to come. In the news, Facebook and Sony pull out of PAX East and GDC due to Coronavirus, the mayor of Bost…
 
Coleco does what Mattel-don't! Nintendo misfires with DragonQuest! Big Money sees big future for the Playstation 2! These stories and many more on this month's episode of the Video Game Newsroom Time Machine This month we will look back at the biggest stories in and around the video game industry in November of 1980, 1990, 2000. As always, we'll mo…
 
This week Jurek and Earl grab their virtual cameras and head off in pursuit of some great pics of Pokemon as they play Pokemon Snap on the Nintendo 64! This is an odd little game that probably really only sold well due to having Pokemon in the title. There are only so many pictures you can take while riding on rails before boredom sets in. The game…
 
This week on NintenDomain, Trey, Jon, and Jereme talk about their impressions of Sonic the Hedgehog The Movie. FULL SPOILERS and they also predict what they want from the Animal Crossing direct! Support the show and get 10 exclusive episodes at: www.patreon.com/nintendomainpodcast Music: Sonic Lost World: Sky Road: Zone 1 Snowball Waltz Midnight Ow…
 
Jamming with the soundtrack from the NES game Solstice, which has one of the most epic, mind blowing soundtracks, in the console's history. This is the audio from one of the videos that I did on our YouTube channel. Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp-VO3jxbZ6OY4YesBpbiBA Discord: https://discord.gg/T6p6duJ Free Dragon Warrior EP: h…
 
On this week's episode of The Game Informer Show, I am joined by Joe Juba, Matt Miller, and Alex Stadnik to discuss what we want from next-generation hardware. After we handle some hot topics, we jump into the always entertaining and enlightening community emails, including a new game experiment that we hope you all enjoy. Thanks for listening! Ple…
 
This week, Sonic the Hedgehog movie breaks records, Nintendo is opening airport gaming lounges, Oculus VR founder really wants the Nintendo/Playstation console for preservation, This month in Video Game History, & Jason reviews Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine for the Sega Genesis. #retrogaming Support us on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/nerdcave…
 
Sean is back after a week away on the Impractical Jokers' cruise, which he gives us a recap of. The guys then jump into the first footage of "Patfleck" (seriously Kevin?) in the cape and cowl, and run through Kevin's thoughts on 1917 and Sonic. After covering what they've been playing (including a game basically based on Kevin's life?) they discuss…
 
Shopping! Whether you love it or hate it in real life, it's usually more interesting in video games -- not least of which because the music is so good. Cue up this mixtape the next time you're at... The Legacy Music Hour was created by Brent Weinbach and Rob F. specifically for the purpose of talking about video game music from the golden age of ga…
 
Below are the links we reference in our episode. Please note they are direct links to their site and we have no affiliation or support to the sites. NintendoLife “Teeter” - LINK VGC “New Switch” - LINK VGC “No Comp?” - LINK Digital Foundry “Switch Pro Upscaling” - LINK video OnMSFT “CyberPunk Switch” - LINK Subscribe and write a review, we're looki…
 
Street Hockey ’95. WOOOOOF. Let’s not beat around the bush. The Randomizer did us dirty with, up until this point of the show, the worst video game we have ever played. So we bring some prime trash talk. We also talk about Coolio, Sexy Ned Flanders, and get in some deep MTV Lore. Please, enjoy … Continue reading → The post Ep. 546 – Street Hockey ’…
 
It's the time of year for Hallmark cards, shitty chocolates, and scorned childhood crushes trying to kill you in a hospital.This episode we are talking about the 1982 Valentine's Day slasher X-RAY (Hospital Massacre, Be My Valentine...Or Else, Ward 13). We ended up doing things a little different by jumping right into talking about the movie instea…
 
Nintendo's final release for 1987 is one for the ages: A conversion of minor arcade hit Punch-Out!! So how do you port a cutting-edge arcade game to a console that launched a year before the coin-op machine without losing its essence? If you're Nintendo, you create a fancy new microchip specifically for the task; you radically overhaul the game to …
 
This week Earl and Jurek continue the great X-Men comparison! This time the guys are playing X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse on the SNES! The game looks fantastic and the music is absolutely top-notch, but it suffers from the same thing the Sega X-Men game did: It's way too freakin' hard! So which game is better? Give us a listen and find out! Come have a…
 
This week on NintenDomain, Trey and Jereme talk about what they want from a direct and talk about Dragon Quest, lots of Dragon Quest! Support the show at: www.patreon.com/nintendomainpodcast Music: Tetris 99: Kirby Theme after 50 Dragon Quest 1: World of Alefgard Monster Encounter Now Playing: Trey: Dragon Quest 11 Outrun 3D All endings Tetris Game…
 
Welcome to the newest episode of The Game Informer Show aka the Leocast! This week, Leo Vader takes the reins and is joined by Jeff Cork, Joe Juba, and I to chat about why the new third-person shooter Outriders had them buzzing after visiting People Can Fly's studio in Poland. After dissecting Outrider's gaming goodness, we examine the latest Anthe…
 
This week, Nintendo is finally adding more NES & SNES titles to Switch online, Reggie never had a GameCube, Sonic is returning to SXSW with some special announcements, This Month in Video Game History, & Derek reviews Sonic Adventure 2 for the Sega Dreamcast. #Retrogaming Support us on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/nerdcaveretro Follow us on Twit…
 
On this episode of Drunk Monday, Jess and Trey have some drinks and talk about the Oscars during the Oscars! Listen to them react to all the upsets, triumphs, and jokes about how white the nominees are! Parasite 1917 Ford V Ferrari Knives Out Avengers EndGame Marriage Story Little Women The IrishMan Joker JoJo Rabbit Once upon a time in Hollywood…
 
“What do you love, David?” the Randomizer cooed. “I love Pac-Man.” Dave replied defiantly. “Oh, do you? Then you must be very thirsty of a sequel. HERE! PAC-MAN 2: THE NEW ADVENTURES! AHAHAHAHAHA!!!!” Did you know there was a sequel? Did you know it’s nothing like the Pac-Man games you know and love? Come with … Continue reading → The post Ep. 545 …
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we review the extremely elegant Rumble Nation (天下鳴動). It's shockingly deep for how quick it plays, with some nods to both El Grande and Settlers of Catan (but not in the ways you might imagine). In the news, Scott remembered that Camp Hyrule existed, awesome hackers are dropping extremely aggressive two-headed skeletons into …
 
Some very famous franchises and a forgotten gem from the early days of 3D platforming are among the picks in this weeks episode. Stay tuned as we count down the rest of our favourite games in future episodes. Let us know which games would make your top 50 list at the Passion for Pixels Retro Gaming Podcast Facebook page! DOWNLOAD PASSION FOR PIXELS…
 
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