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We chat to Kim Justice this week, talking arcade memories, writing for Retro Gamer and documenting British gaming history on Youtube.

Kim’s Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/elmyrdehory
Retro Gamer Magazine: http://www.retrogamer.net/

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Show notes:

Super Samurai Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mevdinc/super-samurai-remake-of-amiga-retro-classic-first
Dreamcast online via Raspberry Pi: http://blog.kazade.co.uk/p/dreampi.html
New Sega Megadrive announced: http://bit.ly/2f9cXUQ
6 ways games were better in the good old days: http://bit.ly/2cppxSX
The Darkness of Raven Wood BBC Micro Text Adventure: http://bit.ly/2em2fst
SNES Rayman prototype revealed: http://bit.ly/2e967lu
Wii U goes out of production this week: http://bit.ly/2ejmCKp
FriendUP RC1: https://friendup.cloud/

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