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Numskull Designs is incredibly proud to team up with BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment for the first in a series of Quarter Arcades exclusives! 

The world’s most recognizable video game ‘PAC-MAN’ has gone back to where it began with one of the most realistically-presented formats of the original platform. ‘PAC-MAN’ as a character inspired generations and the original game is still one of the most addictive...

Chip N’ Dale: Rescue Rangers

Sometimes some crimes go slipping through the cracks, but these two gumshoes are picking up the slack… Chip N' Dale: Rescue Rangers debuted in early 1989 and went into national syndication that Fall. It featured the classic Disney characters Chip and Dale, but...

The South Park for Game Boy Color That Almost Was

Back in the late 90's, Comedy Central's South Park burst onto the cable television scene and became an overnight success, the talk of the schoolyard and water cooler alike. As such, it stood to reason that numerous companies were eager to cash in on the craze, and...

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Episode 79: Liberator and Millipede

Well, it’s Monday, and as such we cannot come up with a creative announcement for episode 79. So here it is. Episode 79. Millipede and Liberator. Listen to the podcast. Trade it with friends. Post a link in your next bathroom graffiti. Advertisements

No 73 – Chris Shrigley – Interview

The Electronic Arts and Gremlin supremo joined us back in 2016 for an email Q&A but we're pleased to say he's now agreed to podcast with our Adrian to chat about the golden era of video games as well as a very exciting current project... Immortal darkness feature...

224 PlayStation Vs Saturn

Welcome to episode 224 of RGDS Podcast, and in this episode we sit down to discuss the import war of the 32-bit era, Sega Saturn vs Sony PlayStation.   In a modern day top-trumps, Matt Aguilera sides as champion of PS1 and Aaron White puts up his dukes to protect the...

Episode 78: Eyes and Anteater

Whoa-oh, here she comes. Watch out WITH YOUR EYES, boy, she’ll chew you up. Whoa-oh, here she comes. She’s an ANTEATER. (See what we did there?) Despite Sean and Jim striking fear in the hearts of those who try to re-create their “oops, we screwed up” music, here they...

No 71 – David Craddock – Interview

David Craddock is one of our favourite retro gaming authors - you may have had a read of: Stay Awhile and Listen; Dungeon Hacks; Stairway to Badass; to name just a few. We recently did an email Q&A with him about Rocket Jump and he kindly gave us some more of his time...

RoundUp 130 – The Numbers Don’t Add Up

Hardware Flashback - (00:00) Dinosaur Pie - (30:46) Chris Huelsbeck: Super Turrican 2 - (1:28:35) Bill Budge Interview - (1:32:03) Top Ten Couch Co-Op Games - (2:24:27) Gaming Trivia - (3:47:15) Alistair Brimble: Project F - (3:47:57) Live News And Listener Views -...

The CRASH Annual 2018 | Nostalgia Nerd

A look at Brian’s ManCave

Do you remember your first video game / arcade you played and what do you remember about it? I believe it would have been Astrosmash!  On the Intellivision. I know that the Intellivision was our first video game system when I was a kid and I have many memories playing...

Arcade 1Up pre-orders now available!

New York, USA – June 12, 2018 – Tastemakers, LLC. is opening the doors to the past on July 25. Eager consumers will be able to place pre-orders for the first wave of affordable Arcade1Up smaller-scale arcade cabinets stocked with classic games like Atari’s Centipede...

The C64 Mini has almost made it to North America!

Ontario, Canada - July 23, 2018 – Retro Games Ltd. and Solutions 2 GO announced today that the THEC64® Mini is coming to North American retail stores on October 9, 2018.  THEC64® Mini, a 50% replica of the of the world’s bestselling home computer that launched in...

Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders

I have a confession to make: I love the Weekly World News. If you don’t remember the Weekly World News, it was a tabloid magazine that you could pick up in grocery stores. It told stories about characters like Bat Boy, merfolk, cryptids, and more. It’s no longer in...