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Retro Gaming Discussion Show

"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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Feb 24, 2017

The weather is still all cold and rainy.. but Spring is soon on its way.  We wanted to brighten all our listeners day, with a stunning line up of happy, fun video game tunes, designed to make you smile.

So sit back, out on a pair of headphones and crack up the volume and let Paul Driscoll AKA The Drisk take you through some amazing tunes.

RGDS is also now available on iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/retrogamingdailyshows-podcast/id954142242
Or the RSS feed http://retrogamingdailyshow.libsyn.com/size/2

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2 Comments
  • four and a half months ago
    Daniel Richard Cordell
    Puggsy back in it's day was one of my favorite games on the AMIGA.

    It might be a bit too easy to play the platforming parts but the Puzzle parts are sometimes balls to the walls hard which makes it a moderate balance.

    I loved the game but didn't like the press down to bonk versions which I think was the Megadrive one very much I think that must have been the one you played if you never got along with it.

    The Mega CD and AMIGA ones I advise to give a second chance treatment as they are great. The Mega CD has less music though because they messed up giving the same boss music to everyone.
  • four and a half months ago
    Daniel Richard Cordell
    Part 3 of an amazing series so far.