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Retro Asylum - The UK’s No.1 Retro Gaming Podcast

The Retro Asylum is the UK’s number one retro gaming podcast show that looks at gaming culture from a UK perspective. The site regularly features at top of the iTunes chart and sits among some of the industry's biggest names.
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Now displaying: November, 2015
Nov 30, 2015

Join the team as they get together for a post-event Currycast to talk about their time at the Revival 2015 Winter Warmer. As always expect cracking poppadoms and mango chutney as the boys talk about the games played, retro items bought and the people we caught up with over the weekend. Including: Ridge Racer, Donkey Kong, Sega Rally, Robocop 2, CD-i Zelda, Bill and Ted, the Turbografx and Star Wars.

Nov 20, 2015

Matt and Paul are fuel injected suicide machines, rocking and rolling, and out of controlling, in this awesome hi-octane, explosive episode as we take us through some vehicular explosive combat action. Including: Wipeout, Road rash, Road blasters, Twisted Metal, Carmageddon and more.

Nov 6, 2015

The Bitmap Brothers were UK gaming’s first Rockstars. They appeared in our computer magazines looking more suited to the cover of NME rather than the bedroom coders we’d become accustomed to. Their video games had a look and style all of their own that when combined with their cutting edge dance music collaborations and savvy marketing created not only a loyal following among gamers but also influenced future generations of game makers. In this episode we focus on their 16-bit era and the games which dominated not only our gaming memories but also the charts and award ceremonies of the time. We couldn’t let such legendary game makers go by without marking the occasion as best we could. So, the Drisk has been at it again created another huge 222 page companion book which goes into even deeper detail about the games, stories and images around the Bitmap Brothers’ canon. You can download the book for free from castaway.media/retroasylum

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