Wednesday, 20 January 2016

The Retro Hour - Episode 1 (Allister Brimble Interview)

Welcome to our first episode of The Retro Hour!

This week Dan and Ravi discuss the latest news in retro gaming and technology. Plus, a fascinating interview with legendary gaming musician Allister Brimble!

 Topic Links:

Dreamcast 2 trends on Facebook: 
Sega Mega Drive Sales Surge 400% at Argos:
Amiga WHDLoad is now FREE:
Atari ST CosmosEX Expansion: 
Amiga Vampire 2 FPGA:
New Coeloco Console? :
GAME back in the retro market:
FF7 Remake split up into episodes:
Atari ST Almost Ran Unix:

Allister Brimble's homepage:
The Amiga Works:

My New Retro Gaming/Technology Podcast

I'd love to know what you think of our new retro gaming audio podcast! - In the first episode, we chat to Amiga music legend Allister Brimble (Mortal Kombat, Alien Breed, Body Blows etc.)


Let's Play Amiga Games at Christmas

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Amiga Forever 2016 Review (Amiga Emulator)

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Philips CD-i System Review (1991)

I take a look at the ill-fated Philips CDI which was supposed to change the world in 1991, but ended up losing its creator over $1billion.

Atari Jaguar 64-Bit & Jaguar CD Review (1993 System)

The Atari Jaguar was Atari's last ever console, and generally considered to be one of the biggest disasters in the history of gaming, but is the reputation deserved?

The Amiga in 2015 and Beyond - Trevor Dickinson A-Eon Interview

I catch up with Trevor Dickinson from A-Eon about the AmigaOne X1000 project, AmigaOS 4 and the future of the system.  Plus, his memories and why he fell in love with the original Amiga machines.

Commodore UK Boss David Pleasance Interview 2015

A fascinating, in-depth chat with the former (and final) managing director of Commodore UK, David Pleasance.  David gives the inside story of the glory days and the demise of Commodore, and how he tried to save the Amiga.