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"RGDS Podcast" is a retro gaming podcast for retro gamers by retro gamers! We cover everything from the 8bit days all the way up to modern indie retro inspired games.
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Now displaying: July, 2018
Jul 27, 2018

In this episode, Drisk and Kingy chat about the lesser spoken titles in the genre of platform games on the Commodore Amiga. It may have been an over-saturated category, but there were some of the best games on the system contained within.

The chosen games were (hyperlinks are within title):

FLOOD

SCOOBY AND SCRAPPY DOO

TOKI

SWITCHBLADE 2

HARLEQUIN

PARASOL STARS

SHADOW OF THE BEAST 3

SUPERFROG

RUFF 'N' TUMBLE

 

TOKI - AMIGA VS ARCADE VERSION 

TOKI FOR ATARI 7800

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Jul 13, 2018

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 honour of the Sega Saturn. Popular opinion during their heyday would see PS1 win this battle hands down, particularly if sales figures have anything to do with it. However as more and more have sample the delights of each machine over the years, we feel the debate is once again wide-open.

 

Host of the show Matt Lambourne plays the role of independent adjudicator as the champion of each console choose their favourite titles from 11 different game genres to determine which is the greatest machine of the 32-bit age.

 

Stay tuned to this one, hilarity ensures as two grown men reignite playground style petty squabbles and we re-visit some amazing games of one of gaming’s greatest generations.

 

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