Arcade Attack Retro Gaming
255 episodes - last episode 01 Jun 2022

A lively, accessible and entertaining weekly retro gaming podcast from Keith, Adrian, Dylan and James @ www.arcadeattack.co.uk.
Rss
Wed, 28 Sep 2022
From Dune 2 to Warcraft, Total Annihilation to Command and Conquer and Starcraft to Age of Empires, there have been some truly ground-breaking real-time strategy games! But when did the genre reach its golden era? And why did the genre slowly fade away? ...
 length: 01:30:43
Wed, 21 Sep 2022
Brad Taylor was a key cog in the LucasArts machine and worked his magic on the infamous SCUMM engine. This was used in so many classic LucasArts titles, such as The Secret of Monkey Island, Le Chuck's Revenge, Day of the Tentacle, Sam & Max Hit the Road ...
 length: 01:42:02
Tue, 13 Sep 2022
Or 3v3 fighting games if you want, ha ha! Our Keith is back with another amazing selection of gaming tunes, this time of the fighting genre! No spoilers, just dive in and enjoy. Please consider supporting us today on Patreon at: www.patreon.com/arcadeatt...
 length: 01:07:24
Wed, 07 Sep 2022
American McGee is a hugely respected video game designer who created the infamous Alice titles. He started his career in gaming at id Software, working on numerous DOOM and Quake games. Out of the blue he got sacked, which led him to join EA and fall dow...
 length: 01:12:27
Wed, 31 Aug 2022
Dyl's love of Rise of the Robots has now extended to reading out the first few chapters of the official novel released in conjunction with the game in 1994. Will Adrian regret buying him it? Will you regret listening to it and the many, many, mispronounc...
 length: 01:13:02
Wed, 24 Aug 2022
The Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance games helped bring RPG's to the home consoles, and boy, did they cut the mustard! Learn how Adrian first played this game on the PS2 and how it left a lasting impression! So much so, that he forced his wife to play the fi...
 length: 01:08:34
Wed, 17 Aug 2022
Jon Beltran De Heredia was the lead programmer on Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines and Commandos 2. Learn how this huge PC hit was created, how it beat the odds and how he helped put the Spanish video game industry on the map! Jon shares a really fascinatin...
 length: 01:43:38
Wed, 10 Aug 2022
Dyl and the boys discuss the first RoboCop film as well as three licensed games that attempt their best to put gamers in the shoes of Alex Murphy. Please consider supporting us today on Patreon at: www.patreon.com/arcadeattack Fancy discussing this podca...
 length: 01:01:59
Wed, 03 Aug 2022
James digs out the strange tale of one of our favourite arcade games - Metal Slug. Please consider supporting us today on Patreon at: www.patreon.com/arcadeattack Fancy discussing this podcast? Fancy suggesting a topic of conversation? Please tweet us @a...
 length: 01:02:55
Wed, 27 Jul 2022
Was 1992 the best year for gaming?! Sonic 2, Streets of Rage 2, Zelda: A Link to the Past, Mario Kart... The list goes on and on! Join Adrian as he takes you on a trip down memory lane and reflects on another key year in gaming! But is it the best? Feel ...
 length: 56:22
Wed, 20 Jul 2022
Dean from Sega Powered and Daniel from indie publishers WAVE Game Studios join Dyl for a chat to discuss this month's issue of Sega Powered. An issue that contains - wait for it - an actual Dreamcast demo CD packed with four demos and additional content....
 length: 01:15:06
Wed, 13 Jul 2022
James is back with an extra special retro news round-up episode! From fizzy drinks aimed at gamers, to Sonic Origins and the Sonic 3 can of worms. A brand new SNES game and are PlayStation finally looking to preserve and honour their retro classics? We a...
 length: 01:17:28
Wed, 06 Jul 2022
Enjoy this fun interview with Ocean Software legend Mike Lamb. Mike made his name in gaming by creating Steve Davis Snooker, he then moved to Ocean where he created the really popular Batman and Robocop games. He also worked on Top Gun, Renegade and othe...
 length: 51:42
Wed, 29 Jun 2022
Learn how Matt Dawson started Kapow! Matt's love of gaming has led him to host gaming events at some of the biggest music festivals in the UK. Matt shares some great stories of how he started his business, his love of gaming and which consoles and games ...
 length: 01:11:18
Wed, 22 Jun 2022
James has dug up his favourite video game music covers for your enjoyment. Consider this volume 1 of many to come. Like what we do? Please consider supporting us on Patreon. Fancy discussing this podcast? Fancy suggesting a topic of conversation? Please ...
 length: 40:31
Wed, 15 Jun 2022
Tami Borowick made a huge name while working at at LucasArts and worked on both The Secret of Monkey Island and Monkey Island 2: Le Chuck's Revenge. Learn how Guybrush Threepwood was bought to life and how Tami had a huge impact on these classic titles. ...
 length: 01:47:46
Wed, 08 Jun 2022
Dylan's finally gotten round to doing volume two of his "rare" Dreamcast games. Illbleed, Sega Extreme Sports and MoHo (Ball Breakers) take centre stage. Check out Dyl's vid of volume 1 here: https://youtu.be/GHeqjmVoJZI Like what we do? Please consider ...
 length: 44:21
Wed, 01 Jun 2022
Martyn Brown helped create the legendary Team17, and had a hand in making some truly classic titles such as Alien Breed, Superfrog, Body Blows and Worms. Get a real inside view of how this celebrated video game company rose to the top during the '90s in ...
 length: 53:52
Wed, 25 May 2022
Is this the definitive list for possibly the best games console ever made? Er, maybe not, but we had fun recording it anyway! The AA crew all chipped in their top 10 PS2 games, Adrian put the results in the blender to produce the 25 games you absolutely ...
 length: 01:02:41
Wed, 18 May 2022
James steps up and does the big research so the boys can chew the fat about (potentially) the most important beat 'em up ever made. From its Renegade origins to the legacy it leaves now, to Adrian inexplicably liking Double Dragon 3, it's all here. So st...
 length: 01:05:58
Wed, 11 May 2022
Who here loves a good Easter egg hidden deep in a video game? Well, buckle up as Adrian rattles through 20 of the most amazing and bizarre Easter eggs in video game history.  Warren Robinett created the first ever Easter egg in his ground-breaking title ...
 length: 45:53
Wed, 04 May 2022
We're honoured to have the Sega Mania team on the show this week. Tim, David and Rob join Ade and Dyl for a chat about what it takes to create an independent magazine and why you should buy it. With of course lots of Sega chat thrown in as well. You can ...
 length: 01:01:17
Wed, 27 Apr 2022
Joe Cain started his career in gaming as a tester at SEGA. He later went to become a key producer at Atari. His stories from working at these two iconic gaming companies need to be heard to be believed. From the fabled MC Hammer Genesis title to early ru...
 length: 02:07:59
Wed, 20 Apr 2022
A nuanced and necessary discussion of one of our favourite gaming genres or Dylan forgetting to do his homework (again)? You decide! Beat 'em ups old and new help us answer this eternal question. Or do they? Who knows! Like what we do? Please consider su...
 length: 01:03:44
Wed, 13 Apr 2022
Try saying that after a few Martinis! Keith's come up with an amazing way for us to actually talk about arcade games (in your face, people who said our name was wrong!) The boys choose one each, give a little bit of background and explain why you should/...
 length: 01:04:47
Wed, 06 Apr 2022
Did Mortal Kombat reach its peak after the release of Mortal Kombat Trilogy? Would you like to relive those good old days with a full scale remaster of this fighting classic? Joe Tresca is on a mission to bring back Mortal Kombat Trilogy to the consoles ...
 length: 01:08:30
Wed, 30 Mar 2022
The first in our 'The Best Year in Gaming' series focuses on a very special year, 1998. Adrian chats through some of the biggest and baddest titles that graced our consoles that year. And of course, a sad farewell to the console range of our favourite co...
 length: 48:31
Wed, 23 Mar 2022
Yes, Fable is THAT old. Peter Molyneux's pioneering action/adventure/RPG game set a new benchmark for the genre when it was released in 2004. Its hype led to it being tagged by many as the "disappointment of the year" but it was still worthy of the prais...
 length: 01:33:51
Wed, 16 Mar 2022
Brian Colin is the creator of Rampage, General Chaos, Xenophone and Arch Rivals. The arcade legend shares some amazing stories about life at Bally/Midway and how against the odds he bought the iconic Rampage to the arcades! He also talks about creating G...
 length: 01:10:27
Wed, 09 Mar 2022
Cliff Bleszinski's Gears of War took gaming warfare to a new level. The Epic (see what we did there? ;)) tale of Marcus Fenix and his quest for redemption has led to many sequels and it being one of the biggest online franchises to date. James tackles th...
 length: 01:23:15
Wed, 02 Mar 2022
I'm amazed we got through this one in one piece. Pretty much every member of the AA podcast and web crews chucked their top 10 PS1 games into Adrian's hat and the result is probably the most definitive (not) top 25 PS1 games ever. Like what we do? Please...
 length: 01:14:11
Wed, 23 Feb 2022
Learn all about how heavyweight boxing game Knockout Kings was developed - from some of the title's key developers. Industry legends Erik Wahlberg, Dominique Philippine, Steve Coallier & Dexx Dorris reflect back on this popular series and how they helped...
 length: 01:23:31
Wed, 16 Feb 2022
We really do spoil you BioShock fans don't we? To follow up last month's interview with Ken Levine, the game's lead designer Paul Hellquist kindly joined us to chat about his illustrious career that also includes SWAT 4 and the amazing Borderlands. Want ...
 length: 01:29:10
Wed, 09 Feb 2022
Wanna hear some Brits talking about American Football while sounding vaguely like they know what they're talking about? Well you've come to the right place! After Christmas last year, the sport bid a sad farewell to the legend John Madden. So on the eve ...
 length: 01:21:19
Wed, 02 Feb 2022
I think the title says it all. Our pal Todd tied us, gagged us, and locked us in a rather questionable Travelodge to bring you his favourite SNES soundtracks. And we're glad he did. No spoilers, just jump on in and enjoy. Todd makes great vids. Don't bel...
 length: 01:20:46
Wed, 26 Jan 2022
Ed Rotberg is a true Atari legend and created the world's first FPS with his masterpiece Battlezone! Ed shares all about the development of Battlezone and how the game led to him being approached by the US army to work on a 'game' for military purposes. ...
 length: 01:19:13
Wed, 19 Jan 2022
Is Batman Returns a good movie? Were the licensed games any good? Dyl and the gang attempt to answer these questions and many more. As well as the film, we tackle a thumping 16-bit beat em up, a limp 8-bit game that's far too easy and a very purple 16-bi...
 length: 01:01:44
Wed, 12 Jan 2022
Adrian's persistence pays off in a big way as he finally got to chat to industry legend Ken Levine! The BioShock legend answers questions about its origins, influences, the truth behind the (BioShock) movie and much more. He also discusses his failed scr...
 length: 01:01:47
Wed, 05 Jan 2022
The Atari legend was responsible for some of the 2600's biggest hits including the Missile Command port and the addictive Demon Attack. Adrian also quizzes him on Night Trap and much, much more. Like what we do? Please consider supporting us on Patreon: ...
 length: 01:09:37
Wed, 29 Dec 2021
Yes, we missed it, but better to pay tribute later rather than never! The boys have a good chat about the original PC-in-a-box, the Xbox. Microsoft's huge (literally) "console" didn't sell as well as you'd think, but its stellar library coupled with bett...
 length: 50:06
Wed, 22 Dec 2021
We wish you all a wonderful festive season! In this week's pod, the boys get to rummage around in Dylan's box for some retro gaming "goodies", James shares some of his Christmas memories and we have a chat about what Christmas 2021 may mean for younger g...
 length: 01:02:45
Wed, 15 Dec 2021
We're making James work hard for his (no) money! He's rounded up some intriguing retro gaming news stories for your entertainment. A certain Nintendo console is 15 years old; a certain popular 90s UK gaming show makes a return, a cartoon return for an ea...
 length: 53:17
Wed, 08 Dec 2021
Akira Kitamura's 'Mega Man' has proven to be a very successful franchise for Nintendo but was that always the case? James has fond memories of the loveable robot assistant come robot assassin so he's here to chat about his first outings, what made those ...
 length: 01:11:44
Wed, 01 Dec 2021
We've somehow been around for five years and never actually spoken about Street Fighter 2 the game. So to mark our anniversary, Dylan rounded up a bit of trivia and a lot of chat about arguably the most important one on one fighting game ever made. The b...
 length: 01:10:16
Wed, 24 Nov 2021
A man who needs no introduction, Ed Annunziata brought us the magnificent Ecco the Dolphin as well as classics such as Kolibri and Vectorman. Thanks to our amazing friend Michael for putting Adrian in touch with Ed to deliver this fascinating, mammoth SE...
 length: 01:23:08
Wed, 17 Nov 2021
Ken Levine's mammoth FPS BioShock took us to the darkest depths of eerie Rapture in what is one of the greatest games ever made, we all concur! So what makes it special? Adrian's here with stories of the game's development, gameplay and lots of spoilers ...
 length: 01:18:36
Wed, 10 Nov 2021
Ian Dunlop and Neill Glancy are true Amiga legends having brought us the classic 'Walker'. Adrian invited them on for a chat to talk about the difficulties in bringing something like Walker to life and their work on the unreleased Walker 2 and what might...
 length: 01:22:45
Wed, 03 Nov 2021
Our favourite blue anthropomorphic hedgehog turned 30 this year and we completely missed the celebrations due to our little break. To make up for it (and wish him a belated happy 30th) Dyl has rounded up the boys' favourite Sonic titles and introduced th...
 length: 01:01:51
Wed, 27 Oct 2021
He's only gone and done another one! Our Keith's on a roll! Halloween/horror themed goodness for you this week, from Master System and NES old skool classics to CD-quality (yes, I used that term) PS2 and PS3 modern-day classics. Listen and enjoy the surp...
 length: 01:05:15
Wed, 20 Oct 2021
Action 52 is regarded by many as the worst NES games/carts of all time but my, does it have a fascinating story. Entrepreneur Vince Perri's foray into the video games industry was a mammoth 52 game compilation all on one NES cart. What resulted was a cur...
 length: 01:02:40
Wed, 13 Oct 2021
Dyl decided to give Adrian the week off to interview Dean Mortlock, 90s gaming mag Sega Power's last ever editor having worked there as a writer since 1992. Dean's decided to go back into the shark-infested waters of magazine publishing with his new vent...
 length: 54:12
Wed, 06 Oct 2021
Eric Quakenbush made his name working at two of the most important companies of all time; Apple and Sega. Part two of this exclusive interview tracks Eric's life at SEGA. Eric worked on some huge SEGA titles in the 90s such as Jurassic Park, Garfield and...
 length: 01:26:58
Wed, 29 Sep 2021
Well, was it? It's certainly up there. Keith is tasked with exploring every nook and cranny of Capcom's masterpiece - from its early prototypes to how it all panned out in deepest, darkest, deadliest...Spain. Get comfy because there's lots to talk about....
 length: 01:37:21
Wed, 22 Sep 2021
Eric Quakenbush made his name working at two of the most important companies of all time; Apple and Sega. Part one of this exclusive interview tracks Eric's life at Apple and what it was like working at a company post-Steve Jobs. Eric shares some amazing...
 length: 01:23:35
Wed, 15 Sep 2021
James makes his long awaited hosting debut on Arcade Attack, and boy, is he off to a flyer! With so much news around the retro gaming scene, we thought it was time to rattle through some of the biggest news headlines and some more niche stories that may ...
 length: 01:02:08
Wed, 08 Sep 2021
We love all our interviewees, this is fact. But every now and then we’ll have someone on who really blows us away. Mike Rouse’s work is phenomenal. One of Sony’s brightest talents he went on to help The Getaway (PS2) win a BAFTA in one of his first jobs....
 length: 01:05:40
Wed, 01 Sep 2021
On a retrogaming podcast? Are you kidding me?! Sort of. Our journey into the cold wastelands of Patreon has opened up a few opportunities to do different things. Adrian's mum's erotic novel is one (we're all petrified, don't worry) and the opportunity to...
 length: 01:00:30
Wed, 25 Aug 2021
Want to learn more about the infamous SEGA testing department in the 90s? Well, hear some amazing stories from the people who were living and breathing SEGA in the good old days of gaming! Erik Wahlberg, Joe Cain, Kim Rogers & Jeff Junio share some amazi...
 length: 01:42:21
Fri, 20 Aug 2021
This is it. This is when Adrian finally has a breakdown! His dear mum is now a published author and we couldn't be more proud. But, it's a tad saucy. Have a little taster of a series exclusive to our Patreon backers. I'll say nothing more. You can buy Sh...
 length: 12:51
Wed, 18 Aug 2021
We don't capitalise much but the latest Sound Test effort from our Keith certainly deserves it - Amiga POWER! Dylan stole some of the more well-known tracks for his driving mix in 2020 but Keith didn't need to dig deep to find some absolute beauties. Fr...
 length: 01:42:15
Tue, 10 Aug 2021
Howard Scott Warshaw left an undeniable mark on the video game industry! After creating the amazing Yars' Revenge for the Atari 2600, it seemed Howard would become one of the true pioneers of the video game industry... In fact, he would almost single han...
 length: 01:20:28
Wed, 04 Aug 2021
The creator of Eternal Champions was a friend and (amazingly) a fan of the show. His passing at such a young age came as a shock to us all. We wanted to pay tribute to an amazing man so here's a little bit of AA discussion followed by some lovely intervi...
 length: 01:30:21
Wed, 28 Jul 2021
We're back and boy it's been too long! Good news, bad news, sad news, a little teaser of what's to come from us in the near future, it's all here! Like what we do? Please support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/arcadeattack Fancy discussing this podcast? ...
 length: 31:50
Thu, 04 Feb 2021
From the Apple Pippin to the Pioneer LaserActive and the Super Lady Cassette Vision we run down 5 of the most obscure and weird gaming consoles to hit the market. The end of an era?! Possibly? The end of the Arcade Attack podcast forever.....?! HELL NO! ...
 length: 01:11:37
Wed, 03 Feb 2021
Murder, She Wrote spanned over 250 episodes! But did you know that the popular crime drama starring Angela Lansbury was also turned into a PC point-&-click adventure game? Ever fancy stepping into the shoes of Jessica Fletcher? If so, all your dreams hav...
 length: 43:15
Thu, 21 Jan 2021
Virtua Fighter, Ristar, Eternal Champions, Knockout Kings. Our guest has worked on all these classic games. Erik Wahlberg was a hugely respected producer at SEGA and EA. Erik Wahlberg was a hugely respected producer at SEGA and EA. He worked on so many c...
 length: 02:10:11
Thu, 14 Jan 2021
Keith's back with another music pod! At last!! Was it worth the wait? You betcha! A tale of how young Keith fell in love with 8-bit SEGA racing games, then 16-bit SEGA racing games, then SEGA arcade racing games, you get the hint (hahahahahha). But serio...
 length: 01:36:16
Thu, 07 Jan 2021
Konstantinos Dimopoulos is a hugely respected game urbanist and designer! His role is to create the cities and worlds inside your favourite video games! This amazing role is something I never really knew existed so it was an honour to hear how a city and...
 length: 59:32
Mon, 04 Jan 2021
Rocky Balboa - You know the name, you the films, now enjoy an interview with one Rocky's biggest fans; Ryan Rebalkin. I (Adrian) had the true honour of interviewing one of my favourite podcast hosts on our second ever Arcade Attack: Bonus Stage Podcast i...
 length: 01:01:42
Thu, 31 Dec 2020
What are the best N64 games to hit the market? Mario Kart, Zelda: Ocarina of Time, GoldenEye or even Resident Evil 2? Well, buckle up for our definitive list... Laugh at us once more as we come up with a "definitive" console Top 25 using strange algorith...
 length: 01:11:47
Thu, 24 Dec 2020
Battle against the Arcade Attack lads in this retro gaming quiz! Test your gaming knowledge across many fun rounds in this fun quiz. Let's not beat about the bush, this is now our 200th episode extravaganza as the drunk mailbox episode was a complete wri...
 length: 01:13:33
Thu, 10 Dec 2020
Eternal Champions & Virtua Fighter - just two of the iconic games Michael Latham helped create while being a producer at SEGA. He is back and ready to share loads of new stories and his views on SEGA today and in its glory days! The Arcade Attack boys ar...
 length: 02:12:13
Mon, 07 Dec 2020
In the first of our monthly bonus episodes (hopefully released first Monday of every month) for our regulars, Adrian takes on the popular Arsenal podcaster Andrew Mangan from the Arseblog Arsecast in a chat that covers how Andrew became so famous, interv...
 length: 56:33
Thu, 03 Dec 2020
The Resident Evil Chainsaw, Donkey Kong's Bongos and a lock for the NES?! Enjoy a look at ten more of the craziest gaming peripherals and accessories ever released. Ever feel the need to bong Donkey Kong's bongos? Then, have no fear! Arcade Attack is her...
 length: 56:23
Thu, 26 Nov 2020
Gunstar Heroes, Tomb Raider, the SEGA Menacer... Just a few of the titles and projects ex-SEGA producer Mac Senour helped create. Enjoy a great interview with a true SEGA legend. Mac Senour shares some really eye-opening and unbelievable stories about hi...
 length: 02:10:42
Thu, 19 Nov 2020
Yep, we've gone all meta and are now interviewing each other! Ha ha! But seriously, Adrian has been the main driving force at AA so I (Dylan) thought it'd be nice to make him the interviewee for a change. So, learn more about the man and let us take you ...
 length: 56:56
Thu, 12 Nov 2020
It was a true pleasure to interview LucasArts legend Noah Falstein for Arcade Attack. Noah reflects on his career, his many games he has worked on and what it was like to work with Steven Spielberg and George Lucas in this in-depth and entertaining inter...
 length: 01:40:53
Thu, 05 Nov 2020
Oh you'd better believe there's a volume two of this! In the last of our poor-sound-quality pods (is that a term?) the boys minus Dyl and plus Kev go on an Adrian-led journey through some of the strangest gaming peripherals ever made. The Sega Activator,...
 length: 01:08:42
Thu, 29 Oct 2020
Hey paisanos! National stereotypes and off-duty wrestlers abound as we discuss the Super Mario Brothers Super Show, while Adrian pretends to hate the Zelda cartoon...because of the colour of Link's hair? Well excuse me, princess! And who is that making t...
 length: 01:00:31
Thu, 22 Oct 2020
Rat Man from GTA, the even darker secrets of the Secrets of Evermore, the ghost of Minecraft and a scary FPS game hidden in Microsoft Excel! Yup, ten more gaming myths and urban legends to get your teeth into! ***This podcast contains adult themes so if ...
 length: 39:16
Thu, 15 Oct 2020
Jon Hare is the football game pioneer (Sensible Soccer, SWOS), Gustav Hedenborg is the latter day football game guru (Pro Evolution Soccer series) and they've now joined forces on the exciting Sociable Soccer. It was only right to get them both on the po...
 length: 02:04:58
Thu, 08 Oct 2020
Like seriously, wtf?? So it's not a thousand but it's about twenty which is as ridiculous as its marketing. The PC Engine (as we'll call it here in the show notes) is a thing of wonder at Arcade Attack as none of us owned one. Why? We shouted "rise from ...
 length: 01:10:23
Thu, 01 Oct 2020
Mortal Kombat 2 improved in every aspect from the Midway classic. We run through the fighting games development, backstory, the new characters (Baraka, Jax and Kitana) and our views on one of the best games ever made. Do we cover Mortal Kombat too much? ...
 length: 01:19:52
Thu, 24 Sep 2020
Ben Drowned, the Creepypasta story inspired by a haunted Zelda: Majora's Mask cartridge was a big hit among gamers and storytellers. Probably second to only Slender Man as one of the most popular and scary gaming stories ever told. Hear how this ghost st...
 length: 52:10
Thu, 17 Sep 2020
The much-hyped Evercade dropped earlier this year and appears to have been a commercial success but is the thing any good? Nathan's sent us a unit to review which Adrian promptly bought off him (bit of a clue how this is gonna go there). James joins us i...
 length: 01:40:48
Thu, 10 Sep 2020
Our Mega Drive Top 25 was such a disaster we thought we'd do it all again for its older brother! No spoilers (as usual) but we can divulge that we've brought in our resident 'Master System' specialist to make up the numbers and mix it up. Please welcome ...
 length: 01:36:28
Thu, 03 Sep 2020
Ten scary gaming myths and urban legends that rocked the gaming world. We look at how the E.T. Atari 2600 game almost destroyed an industry and was dumped in a landfill. Can you play as Rebecca in Resident Evil 2? Did Killswitch, a game that uninstalls i...
 length: 01:35:44
Thu, 27 Aug 2020
This has been a long (ish) time coming. Covid poses its own problems but it also opens up new opportunities. We invited three of our mates from the other side of the world - ...Since Spacies (Brian); Sega Master Tim (Tim); and The Top Loader (Todd) - to ...
 length: 02:02:29
Thu, 20 Aug 2020
Oh we've a real treat for you SEGA fans this week! SEGA's 'Mr No' Michael Latham, the Eternal Champions creator had a mammoth chat (over two hours) with our Adrian about everything and anything! We won't spoil the surprise too much but our highlights inc...
 length: 02:29:57
Thu, 13 Aug 2020
Did the infamous Polybius arcade game ever exist? Does the Madden curse actually stop footballers in their track? Was the Sonic 3 soundtrack actually written by Michael Jackson? And can you save Aerith's life in Final Fantasy VII? *Warning - this podcast...
 length: 01:14:56
Thu, 06 Aug 2020
Faran Thomason worked across 3 of the largest video game companies of all time; Atari, SEGA and Nintendo. Faran shares some great stories including working on the Atari Jaguar, Mortal Kombat 3 and loads of insight on all 3 companies. This week's guest ma...
 length: 01:23:43
Thu, 30 Jul 2020
Why on earth do we do this to ourselves?! Ha ha! It's of course a pleasure every time! This week we tackle the Mortal Kombat Movies... Rob summons every ounce of strength to bring forward this critique of both movies with lots of trivia thrown in for goo...
 length: 01:55:48
Thu, 23 Jul 2020
Enjoy our rundown of the top 25 SEGA Mega Drive / Genesis video games ever released. From Sonic 2 to Street Fighter, Gunstar Heroes to Shinobi. Plus a few strange choices to get your blood boiling. We expect nothing less than an almighty ton of vitriol f...
 length: 01:30:18
Thu, 16 Jul 2020
Forgive the long title, I really couldn't think of a way to shorten it, ha ha! We haven't put Chris off since last week so he's back to chat comic book heroes/villains and favourite comic-based video games with us. But not before Rob tells us a bit of co...
 length: 01:22:46
Thu, 09 Jul 2020
Chris McAuley is a Northern Irish born author, comic book and gaming columnist who has now branched out from talking about comics to helping create them. An acclaimed colourist for 2000 AD and Marvel he has worked on flagship titles such as Judge Dredd, ...
 length: 48:28
Thu, 02 Jul 2020
Adrian's guest this week is Sami Vanhatalo of Max Payne and Alan Wake fame! The Remedy co-founder chats about almost his entire back catalogue, what he really thinks about the Max Payne movie, whether there's scope for more games in the series and also u...
 length: 44:59
Thu, 25 Jun 2020
Double Dragon the Movie is a 1994 martial arts family film based on the beat-em up series of the same name. Starring Mark Dacascos and Scott Wolf as brothers Jimmy and Billy Lee, along with Alyssa Milano (Commando) as Marian Delario and Robert Patrick (T...
 length: 01:56:56
Thu, 18 Jun 2020
Stylishly late to the party as ever, here's our take on Resident Evil 3 old and new.  Keith (who else) guides us through the PlayStation original and what he (re)makes of 2020's effort. And we try not to draw parallels between Jill's fight in Raccoon Cit...
 length: 01:24:39
Thu, 11 Jun 2020
Warning: This pod contains adult themes, adult language and not our usual lovely selves (mostly our lovely selves). It's the moment you've been waiting for! Indeed, Rob throws everything he's got into supporting Streets of Rage 3 much to Dylan's disgust ...
 length: 01:48:38
Thu, 04 Jun 2020
The first of our Streets of Rage double bill features the seminal Streets of Rage and its bigger, badder sequel. You'll have to wait until next week for Dyl and Rob's bickering about SOR3, Ade's take on SOR Remake, and what Dyl makes of SOR4 (as no one e...
 length: 01:45:31
Thu, 28 May 2020
Eric Chahi created the Amiga classic Another World (Out of This World), Future Wars, Heart of Darkness and Paper Beast. In this interview Éric looks at how he developed one of the most iconic games of all time and what inspires him to make such original ...
 length: 01:01:26
Thu, 21 May 2020
A few of you may have noticed that our Tim has been releasing vids counting down our favourite Amiga games. Spoiler alert: they're all here! We chat to Tim about how this came about, his crazy algorithm times our individual choices, and voila! An AA Top ...
 length: 01:20:26
Thu, 14 May 2020
From Defender to Robotron: 2084, Stargate to Smash TV, Eugene Jarvis' work continues to entertain us to this very day. And his current outfit Raw Thrills goes from strength to strength in the industry that we love the most, everything he touches seemingl...
 length: 01:41:41
Thu, 07 May 2020
How innovative was the Nintendo Wii!? Everyone seemed to own one and play Wii Sports. Why was this Nintendo console so popular? Plus, why was the Wii U such a failure? Enjoy our chat about both of these divisive game consoles. So here is the last of our ...
 length: 01:09:02
Thu, 30 Apr 2020
Resident Evil 2 candles that smell of rotting flesh, Royal Mail stamps based on the UK's most popular video games such as Worms and Sensible Soccer and a blue Sonic curry! We cover all these and lots more in our rundown of some of the craziest gaming mer...
 length: 01:06:00
Thu, 23 Apr 2020
Lemmings, Grand Theft Auto, Shadow of the Beast and Hired Guns. Just some of the classic titles that Mike Dailly worked on. The DMA Design legend shares some great stories and how he helped create two of gaming's most important series! We did it! We fina...
 length: 01:06:38
Thu, 16 Apr 2020
Is Half Life 2 the best PC FPS ever made? Valve really created a classic with this brilliant sequel. The games development, story and facts are all discussed. Plus we also look at Half-Life: Alyx and Half-Life 3. Another remote podcast just to keep thing...
 length: 01:22:36
Thu, 09 Apr 2020
This week, Adrian has a lovely chat with Dr David Doak! David is mostly known for his work with the Rare team that created GoldenEye and Perfect Dark. Dr Doak also went on to create TimeSplitters. Is he the true king of the fps genre? He talks to Adrian ...
 length: 01:23:18
Thu, 02 Apr 2020
What are the best multiplayer video games ever made? Mario Kart, Mortal Kombat, GoldenEye or even Micro Machines? Well, imagine you are stuck in a bunker with 3 friends and you need 5 games to keep you all from going insane. That is the challenge in our ...
 length: 01:09:43
Thu, 26 Mar 2020
How can you play all your classic SEGA Mega Drive and Nintendo SNES carts? What is the best way to play your gaming back catalogue? We look at the consoles and devices that can bring retro back in all it's glory. Dylan has a good cathart and talks about ...
 length: 01:07:53
Thu, 19 Mar 2020
Mike Clarke was Psygnosis' trusted sound guru. A lot of their hit titles like the WipEout and Lemmings games were given the gloss they deserved from this man.  His stories about how the company worked are fascinating but the main flavour is brought by th...
 length: 01:03:19
Thu, 12 Mar 2020
Before Shadow of the Colossus and The Last Guardian, Fumito Ueda created one of the best games to grace the PlayStation 2; Ico. This award-winning action-adventure title that inspired many future gaming classics gets the full Arcade Attack treatment. Bac...
 length: 01:09:03
Thu, 05 Mar 2020
Virtua Racing became one of the most influential arcade games of all time. SEGA's arcade racer laid the foundations for many subsequent 3D racing titles. The racing classic gets the full Arcade Attack treatment and the various console ports are discussed...
 length: 48:20
Thu, 27 Feb 2020
Age of Empires (AoE) is one of the most important video games ever made. The series had sold 15 million units even before the third instalment! Matt Pritchard was a key cog in the Ensemble machine for the first two AoE games, his programming expertise vi...
 length: 01:42:00
Tue, 18 Feb 2020
Sonic the Hedgehog the movie caused controversy even before it was released. SEGA's spikey mascot spins into the big screen and gets the full Arcade Attack treatment. We look at the films development, the story, the actors such as Jim Carrey as Dr. Robot...
 length: 59:32
Thu, 13 Feb 2020
The Bitmap Brothers created some of the best games ever made. From Speedball 2 to Gods, The Chaos Engine to Xenon 2 and Magic Pockets to Z. We give this classic company the tribute it deserves. Rebellion have recently acquired the back catalogue of The B...
 length: 01:05:33
Thu, 06 Feb 2020
Wanna hear Dylan's attempt at winging a music podcast? Well, here ya go! Months have passed since Keith's amazing Mega Drive/Genesis Boss music podcast so Dyl took it upon himself to put together his favourite retro gaming tracks for those drives down to...
 length: 58:07
Thu, 30 Jan 2020
The id Software legend Tim Willits joins our Adrian for a no holds barred chat about creating the Quake games, leading design on DOOM 3 and what he really thinks about some of his former id colleagues (you've probably guessed who we're on about). Greener...
 length: 01:01:04
Fri, 24 Jan 2020
You're stuck on a desert island. You somehow have full electricity, a TV and a game console of your choice. Which 5 retro games would you take with you to keep you sane before you are rescued? Friend of the show Andy came up with a lovely idea for us to ...
 length: 01:13:27
Thu, 16 Jan 2020
Walker was a really popular side-scrolling shooter for the Amiga game, developed by DMA Design. It also had a novel control system and showed off some of the best graphics ever achieved on an Amiga title. So buckle up in your Walker robot and press play!...
 length: 53:55
Sat, 11 Jan 2020
Alex Trowers made some true classics while working at Bullfrog. He worked on Syndicate, Magic Carpet, Hi-Octane, Dungeon Keeper 2, PowerMonger and Populous 2. Alex shares some amazing stories while working at one of the most innovative video game compani...
 length: 01:19:50
Wed, 08 Jan 2020
How wrong can Arcade Attack be about something? Well, confirming many of yours suspicions, quite a bloody lot, especially as far as the PlayStation Classic is concerned! Listen to the podcast that was scheduled to come out before the final lineup for the...
 length: 01:03:14
Fri, 03 Jan 2020
As we face a brand new decade full of the promise of the new we’ve naturally decided to look backwards, at 10 years when retro gaming really staked a claim in the mainstream. Revamps, reissues, tournaments, bars and, of course, the characters that helped...
 length: 01:17:12
Fri, 27 Dec 2019
The American dream turned sour, Max Payne is the outlawed cop hellbent on revenge after the murder of his family. The 3rd person shooter brought many things to the fore so it's only right that Adrian and Dylan enter bullet-time to chew the fat/painkiller...
 length: 58:50
Fri, 20 Dec 2019
It’s Christmas, which means it’s the annual Arcade Attack Secret Santa, and another couple of music quizzes to play along with! Who got diamonds, who got coal and who won the worst how-to-draw book ever published? You'll have to listen to find out... Fan...
 length: 01:09:23
Fri, 13 Dec 2019
Is there anything as crap yet beloved by retro gamers as Fred Savage movie The Wizard? The answer is yes: The Power Glove. We cover the 30th anniversary of both together with the Nintendo World Video Championships in a special 90-minute* episode. It's ba...
 length: 01:20:17
Fri, 06 Dec 2019
What do classic Dreamcast games Giga Wing 2, Project Justice and Cannon Spike have in common? You won't have to wait til the end of the episode to find out. Dylan's done his research (for once!) and takes us through their history, and we find out which c...
 length: 01:02:54
Fri, 29 Nov 2019
It's not often we invite an interviewee back for another pod. It's not often the ones we do ask agree! We're big fans of David Craddock's and he's back with a new book titled "Arcade Perfect" detailing arcade games' journeys to the home console including...
 length: 40:28
Fri, 22 Nov 2019
I mean, the thing only sold 800,000 units but damn was there a lot to enjoy on it. The Genesis/Mega Drive peripheral brought 32-bit power (OK that's debatable) to your home for cheaper than a Saturn. But why? Thanks to a mystery source (listen to the pod...
 length: 46:15
Fri, 15 Nov 2019
Xbox owners, it's time to pay homage to the man who led the team that created the first ever iteration of the console. Microsoft/FireAnt supremo Ed Fries joins our Adrian for a chat encompassing the early gaming days at Microsoft, bringing life to the Ma...
 length: 01:19:53
Fri, 08 Nov 2019
Dragon's Lair is the game that put the Quick Time Event genre firmly on the map whilst Space Ace was its plucky younger sibling. Rob's done a lot of research, so him, Adrian and Dylan sit down to discuss the game's inception, the weird and wonderful tale...
 length: 55:37
Fri, 01 Nov 2019
A few months ago The Retro Hour kindly invited us on for a chat, it's about time we returned the favour! Dan and Ravi join Adrian and Dylan for a lovely gaming discussion covering how they got started, who their favourite guests are, how great the Atari ...
 length: 52:45
Fri, 25 Oct 2019
The Atari Jaguar CD and SEGA Mega CD were both made to give their consoles a new lease of life. Adrian owns a Jag CD and Dyl own a SEGA CD and decide to continue to chat about these legendary and divisive console add-ons. Well, the time has come for Dyl ...
 length: 01:10:08
Fri, 18 Oct 2019
The Syndicate creator and outstanding Bullfrog employee (Populous, Hi-Octane, Magic Carpet, Dungeon Keeper - to name a few) chats to our Adrian about what it was like working for Bullfrog, the birthing of Syndicate, the eventual demise of the legendary c...
 length: 46:29
Fri, 11 Oct 2019
As many of you will know we had quite a big dig at EA a few weeks ago because of their current day practices but it got us thinking, how much do we actually owe them as a company (see what I did there)? We had an off-the-cuff chat about our Electronic Ar...
 length: 01:11:10
Fri, 04 Oct 2019
Something a bit different today. To mark national poetry day here in the UK Adrian caught up with upcoming poet (who The Sunday Times described as the new Seamus Heaney) Stephen Sexton to talk about his book titled "If All the World and Love Were Young"....
 length: 47:54
Fri, 27 Sep 2019
Keith played a "what's in the box game" with us which we've kinda given the surprise away to via the title of the pod... Nevertheless, we introduce our first ever 3DO chat but is Keith happy with his purchase? You'll have to listen to find out and don't ...
 length: 01:15:57
Fri, 20 Sep 2019
Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Raiden... We have one man to thank! John Tobias co-created Mortal Kombat and helped change fighting games forever! Enjoy this exclusive and in-depth interview with a true gaming legend. As we promised last week here is 80 minutes of p...
 length: 01:27:45
Fri, 13 Sep 2019
On the 26th (yes, we're crap at planning stuff) anniversary of Mortal Monday we finally discuss the fighting game that would be king. The history, the facts, our memories of the original game all discussed at length. And we've totally got an interview wi...
 length: 01:08:02
Fri, 06 Sep 2019
So a few weeks ago we rounded on EA for their current business practices and it seems we're not alone in feeling that way. Of course there was a time where the company meant a lot to us, so who better to quiz about all of this than gaming pioneer, and EA...
 length: 01:11:18
Fri, 30 Aug 2019
Bullfrog's Syndicate truly put Cyberpunk on the gaming map, but how has it stood the test of time? Our Rob wants to tackle this one so he's brought out the big guns... From persuadatron to exploits in Mongolia, this podcast has it all. And a back-of-the-...
 length: 54:44
Fri, 23 Aug 2019
Introducing Sensible Software stalwart, retrogaming legend, Stoo Cambridge but this time for a podcast chat with our Adrian!! What did we tell you about him being a lovely bloke? Cannon Fodder, Sensi, life after Sensible Software, Ade quizzes him about e...
 length: 01:17:36
Sat, 17 Aug 2019
What indeed. Growing up in the 90s anything (well, almost anything) by Electronic Arts was as good as a seal of quality. These days they appear to be a punchbag for the modern and retro gamer but why? We pick apart the whole thing, from loot boxes and th...
 length: 01:00:25
Fri, 09 Aug 2019
A Saturday morning cartoon show featuring some of your favourite video game characters such as Donkey Kong and Mario sounds like a great idea, right? Wrong! Rob tells the tale of Saturday Supercade, spawned in 1983 for CBS, the show attempted to take adv...
 length: 48:45
Fri, 02 Aug 2019
This is indeed the Mark Webley, he of Bullfrog, Lionhead Studios (which he co-founded) and Two Point Studios which he's having phenomenal success with Two Point Hospital (Theme Hospital being the first of course). Black & White, the Fable games, the list...
 length: 01:07:31
Sat, 27 Jul 2019
It's time for episode 2 of our "Lost Games" series (Warcraft Adventures being the first of course) and boy is it a humdinger. You'll need a strong (ish) stomach for Thrill Kill on the original PlayStation, a four player fighting game as gruesome as it is...
 length: 58:10
Sat, 20 Jul 2019
Rare's finest moment? GoldenEye N64 truly brought multiplayer FPS action to the home console and how! Developed by a team who'd never embarked on this type of project before it's a mini miracle it turned out as good as it did. Or was it? Our Rob is a mas...
 length: 55:56
Sat, 13 Jul 2019
Late last year we asked for podcast suggestions and this week's comes courtesy of listener and friend of the show Dan Driver. What kind of legacy do gaming consoles/microcomputers leave and which ones will really stand the test of time out of the current...
 length: 01:16:10
Fri, 05 Jul 2019
Is it? The PS2 came into our lives in 2000 and life has never been the same. The highest selling console of all time is arguably the most loved, but why? The gang (including the return of AA's prodigal son...) celebrate the life of Sony's second console ...
 length: 01:22:00
Fri, 28 Jun 2019
The Origin Systems legend had a chat with our Adrian about the many, many games he has developed. Directing Ultima Online and being QA lead for the revolutionary BioForge are just two of his countless achievements. Named regularly as one of the most infl...
 length: 01:09:22
Sat, 22 Jun 2019
We've mentioned it in passing on many other podcasts but SEGA's first successful console has never gotten an AA outing, until now! We've pretty much done the Game Boy episode again but with a different console! Lots of stories, lots of facts, and a shout...
 length: 01:00:02
Fri, 14 Jun 2019
We've set about resolving a lot of things this year at Arcade Attack and this one has been on the redemption list for quite a while... The world's most beloved handheld console has never featured on an AA podcast, until now! Adrian, Dylan and a long lost...
 length: 01:03:28
Fri, 07 Jun 2019
It's here! The Mega Drive/Genesis Mini and its three variants have had their full lineups announced! But what do we think? Better have a listen... That Nintendo Life article Our bad predictions/dream lineups Fancy discussing this podcast? Fancy suggestin...
 length: 54:11
Sat, 01 Jun 2019
An instantly recognisable face for our UK-based listeners, maybe even our British listeners abroad, TV and radio celebrity Iain Lee is also a massive retro gaming fan! He spoke to our Adrian about his major gaming loves (namely the Saturn and the Dreamca...
 length: 49:38
Thu, 23 May 2019
A lot is owed to Origin Systems's BioForge, a weird and wonderful tale of a man turned into a cyborg seemingly against his will. It pioneered a lot of techniques used in subsequent mid-90s console gaming and is well worthy of a look. Adrian tells us all,...
 length: 01:09:59
Sat, 18 May 2019
DISCLAIMER: In no way, shape or form does this podcast do the awesomeness that is DOOM any justice, but we love it, so we'll talk about it. To say it took the FPS genre to another level is an understatement, id's monster is adored by millions. We discuss...
 length: 01:08:12
Fri, 10 May 2019
Éric Chahi's masterpiece needs little introduction. Another World (or Out of This World in the US) is considered by many to be the first true cinematic gaming experience not relying solely on FMV. Adrian tells the gang all about the development's ups and...
 length: 01:05:08
Fri, 03 May 2019
Our chat about Street Fighter The Movie went down so well we thought we'd put ourselves through similar "torture" again for your listening pleasure. Rob had never seen Super Mario Bros. The Movie before last month, sixteen years of ignorant bliss, all do...
 length: 01:23:48
Fri, 26 Apr 2019
Whether it's a glossy finish (remaster) or your favourite game built from the ground up (remake) it's safe to say that this process has extended the lives of many a retro franchise. The Resident Evil 2 remake has put remakes and remasters back into the s...
 length: 01:09:36
Fri, 19 Apr 2019
Errrrr, OK, Top Gun has hardly had its fair share of games that do amazing films justice but exactly how many bad games are we talking about? Moby Games has it at 11 and we try to go through as many as possible without vomiting (from motion sickness of c...
 length: 48:23
Fri, 12 Apr 2019
A few years ago I (Dylan) had the pleasure of talking to the ex CEO of SEGA of America, the legendary Tom Kalinske, an interview that I duly transcribed and which you can read at the link below. The podcast has since taken off and we thought that it woul...
 length: 36:07
Sat, 06 Apr 2019
To say Crazy Taxi is an Arcade Attack favourite is a bit of an understatement. It wowed at the arcades, it wowed on home consoles, its legacy is felt in many other franchises to this day. Rob takes the reins for this one so get ready for lots of facts an...
 length: 44:11
Sat, 30 Mar 2019
The often overlooked Knights of the Round is a game worthy of anyone's attention. Whilst it may look like a standard arcade scrolling beat em up it has more than a few hidden gems. Why was it overlooked? We'll let Adrian set the scene for this wonderfull...
 length: 44:45
Sat, 23 Mar 2019
We've cheated slightly, these are of course all MS-DOS games as well but Dylan thinks that all three deserve a remake nevertheless. Why? The case is different for each game: Beneath a Steel Sky was the critically acclaimed title with a sad epilogue; Univ...
 length: 01:16:24
Sat, 16 Mar 2019
Strong language warning! Gamasutra/Jesus Fabre had the number at around 250 but we've heard elsewhere that the legendary Barry Leitch has done over 400 (let that sink in) game soundtracks. He kindly gave up some of his free time to have this fascinating ...
 length: 48:46
Sat, 09 Mar 2019
A franchise that's delighted us over the years has seemingly come to an end but questions need to be asked about the latter titles. Dylan is asking these questions because he needs to cathart and cathart hard. The whole series is discussed including the ...
 length: 01:28:39
Sat, 02 Mar 2019
We're back to chat this week and a topic that's a bit overdue. Adrian and Dylan's meandering chats have proven so popular we've let them waffle on about the Commodore Amiga, vital in both of their gaming upbringings. Memories aplenty plus lots of facts a...
 length: 01:11:17
Sun, 24 Feb 2019
Continuing our theme of letting our guys do whatever the hell they want, we've let Keith share with you his love of gaming music once more in what we hope will become a regular series. This time he goes through his favourite Mega Drive/Genesis boss theme...
 length: 56:34
Sat, 16 Feb 2019
The Swedish supremo was one of the original (and legendary) Team 7 dev team who merged with 17-Bit Software to become what we know as Team 17 today! His expertise brought the Alien Breed games to life. He is a true Amiga champion and kindly had a long ch...
 length: 44:25
Sat, 09 Feb 2019
We've let Rob off the leash this week and he duly comes up with the goods. No less than thirty amazing game ideas in the hour, for your approval (or disapproval). The picture gives you a bit of a clue as to one of them but we'll not ruin the surprise any...
 length: 53:49
Sat, 02 Feb 2019
Black Mirror's Bandersnatch has taken the retro gaming community by storm but to say it's divided opinion amongst critics is an understatement. We discuss Stefan's story with spoilers galore; the inspiration for the episode (Choose Your Own Adventure boo...
 length: 01:10:18
Sat, 26 Jan 2019
***Audio Only - head to our YouTube channel for the full vid*** This is special. For our first ever video interview we have none other than video game actor extraordinaire Christian Erickson who most of you will know as the enigmatic Lance Boyle of the e...
 length: 42:27
Sat, 19 Jan 2019
Yep, you read it right, we managed to record and release 100 episodes without killing each other! Hooray!! Lots of quizzes to highlight how little we know about ourselves and the nonsense we come out with. We also have a good chat about the ideas that a ...
 length: 01:27:59
Sat, 12 Jan 2019
To release a game, or to not release a game? That is the question. Well, certainly for Blizzard back in the mid-nineties. Their foray into the adventure genre didn't exactly go to plan. The idea, to expand more on the Warcraft universe, was a good one. T...
 length: 01:02:26
Sat, 05 Jan 2019
We caught up with The Waffling Taylors for a fun chat about Resident Evil and things sort of associated with it in our first ever 6-man podcast! L'Arc~en~Ciel - Don't be Afraid Resident Evil Gun Survivor 2: Code Veronica Dungeon Mode Fancy discussing thi...
 length: 01:24:32
Sat, 29 Dec 2018
A little more thought provoking chat this week... Just kidding! Although it is a good point to discuss: can we review objectively the first ever games we played growing up, even if they were awful? I think you know the answer, but listen as we tie oursel...
 length: 35:23
Sat, 22 Dec 2018
It's Christmas time hooray!! That means it's time for our "secret" Santa, where we all buy each other retro gaming goodies. We also have a quick chat about the state of retro gaming this year and it's been up and down to say the least... Fancy discussing...
 length: 01:04:24
Sat, 15 Dec 2018
Full Throttle was released in 1995 and was one of the last adventure titles for LucasArts. The point-&-click game was made by the legendary Tim Schafer and starred Mark Hammill and Roy Conrad. The game also got a remaster in 2017. Adrian gets on his moto...
 length: 52:17
Sat, 08 Dec 2018
Rob introduces us to the Classic Tetris World Championship, explains how it came about and also gives us a rundown of its latest offerings. Has Tetris ever been this addictive?! I know what you're gonna say and yep, I had no idea this existed either! Rob...
 length: 42:11
Sat, 01 Dec 2018
It's the two-year anniversary of the podcast and also the four-year anniversary of the site so we thought we'd get back to shouting things at each other. This week, Dylan asks the question, "What is Retro Gaming?", whilst discussing the popularity of our...
 length: 45:21
Sat, 24 Nov 2018
**Part 2** He kindly gave us an email Q&A not so long ago and now he's gone a step further and had this mammoth chat with our Adrian which we've broken down into two parts for your listening pleasure. Enjoy our chat with the Rick Dangerous, Wolfchild and...
 length: 01:15:19
Sat, 24 Nov 2018
He kindly gave us an email Q&A not so long ago and now he's gone a step further and had this mammoth chat with our Adrian which we've broken down into two parts for your listening pleasure. Enjoy our chat with the Rick Dangerous, Wolfchild and Shadow Man...
 length: 01:37:35
Sat, 17 Nov 2018
Core Design's Nathan McCree composed the music for the first three Tomb Raider games and he kindly agreed to have a chat with our Adrian about the old days and working with a certain small band called The Spice Girls!  Fancy discussing this podcast? Fanc...
 length: 01:19:15
Sat, 10 Nov 2018
Street Fighter The Movie was released in 1994 and starred Jean-Claude Van Damme and Raul Julia. The movie was based on the classic Capcom fighting games and received very mixed reviews. We are here to look at the films development, actors, storyline and ...
 length: 01:24:44
Sat, 03 Nov 2018
Dylan and Adrian's meandering chat about the Atari Jaguar CD and Sega (Mega) CD peripherals they picked up a few months ago went so well they decided to give us an update! Rob and Keith joined this time round to mainly look confused. To give you a taste ...
 length: 01:02:27
Sat, 27 Oct 2018
Golden Axe was once one of SEGA's most celebrated franchises. The arcade brawler spawned loads of sequels and helped put the SEGA Mega Drive (Genesis) on the map. Enjoy our rundown of the series and some amazing signing from Rob... Our "Halloween special...
 length: 51:42
Sun, 21 Oct 2018
How does a game contained in only one screen capture the hearts and minds of gamers? Let Adrian tell the tale of IK+, a three player (yes, three), one-screen based, karate game created by the legendary Archer Maclean... Fancy discussing this podcast? Fan...
 length: 55:20
Sat, 13 Oct 2018
Errr, the short answer is, we have no idea! But have a great time pretending to know what we're talking about! In one of our laziest podcasts ever, Dylan attempts to put some structure into this wafflefest because he didn't do his homework. Naughty naugh...
 length: 42:44
Sat, 06 Oct 2018
This is big for us. Dave Perry literally commentated our video gaming childhood and he's kindly stopped by to answer our many, many questions. His time at GamesMaster and Games World has been well documented but to hear these stories directly from him is...
 length: 01:57:11
Sat, 29 Sep 2018
Clock Tower is probably the scariest game you've never played. Why? Because it's damn expensive that's why! Through the wonders of emulation Keith was able to bask in the glow of this fabled game, and now we all want a go. Let him take you on a journey b...
 length: 01:18:39
Sat, 22 Sep 2018
Besides being the owner of Awaken Games, William Anderson was the chief level designer of some of Virgin Games' biggest titles in the mid-90s including Cool Spot, Global Gladiators, The Jungle Book and Disney's Aladdin! Adrian somehow managed to track hi...
 length: 59:34
Sat, 15 Sep 2018
Rise of the Robots promised so much, but delivered so little! Or, is the fighting game simply misunderstood? Dyl is here to defend this much maligned video game (often dubbed as the worst game ever made). Let's see if he can convince you... Dylan's havin...
 length: 01:04:15
Sat, 08 Sep 2018
Any Diablo fans in the house? I thought so! We're fans too and it's great to be able to introduce Adrian's chat with Blizzard North's co-founder (and gaming hero) David Brevik! Fancy discussing this podcast? Fancy suggesting a topic of conversation? Plea...
 length: 01:19:31
Sat, 01 Sep 2018
Racking up hundreds of millions of sales/downloads worldwide, to say GTA is a phenomenon is an understatement. It seems unthinkable that it had relatively lukewarm beginnings in its PS1 debut, a top-down 2.5D game concocted by DMA Design. Dylan talks the...
 length: 01:03:42
Sat, 25 Aug 2018
Bruce Shelley helped create Railroad Tycoon and Civilization (with Sid Meier of course) for MicroProse and later went on to work on the iconic Age of Empires series. Enjoy this interview with a true retro gaming legend. Fancy discussing this podcast? Fan...
 length: 01:04:26
Sat, 18 Aug 2018
Keith's dying to tell us all about Virtual On and the Mechs in his living room! Sega's arcade classic took mech-fighting to the next level and was one of the best arcade conversions to the Saturn. And there so happens to be a certain peripheral that enha...
 length: 01:04:30
Sat, 11 Aug 2018
Mario Kart 64 is one of the best games on the N64. But is better than Diddy Kong Racing?! Rob is here to prove once and for all which kart racing game will rule supreme... Rob's had a bee in his bonnet ever since Adrian pooh poohed Mario Kart 64 back in ...
 length: 40:15
Sat, 04 Aug 2018
Is Waluigi one of the greatest most underused characters in all of video gaming, or just the Luigi version of Wario? Waluigi is certainly divisive and his back story reveals a sad tail of a man who just wants to be loved...  Firstly, let us apologise for...
 length: 01:04:11
Sat, 28 Jul 2018
Sunset Riders is a Konami arcade classic. It was also ported to the SEGA Mega Drive / Genesis and the Nintendo SNES. But where is the love for this western side-scrolling run and gun masterpiece? There's a certain cowboy franchise that's about to drop a ...
 length: 57:46
Sat, 21 Jul 2018
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 darknes...
 length: 48:13
Sat, 14 Jul 2018
Has Dylan got a handle on what Chiptune is? Er, almost. Join him as he tries to convince Adrian and Rob it's a great thing whilst downing a few too many tinnies. This also features a review and snippets of 8 Bit Weapon's new self-titled album! Check out ...
 length: 41:28
Sat, 07 Jul 2018
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 mo...
 length: 49:30
Sun, 01 Jul 2018
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is often regarded as one of the best games ever made. Does the SNES classic tick all of our boxes? Please travel back to the early 90s and join Link on a big adventure... Still proving that we podcast about things ...
 length: 59:19
Sat, 23 Jun 2018
Adrian and Dylan have finally shelled out for their most wanted CD peripherals and they're not happy! Just kidding! Adrian's picked up the Jag CD, Dylan paid a bit less for his Sega CD, let's find out how they've got on in the first month of owning them....
 length: 59:07
Sat, 16 Jun 2018
The Grim Fandango/LucasArts supremo kindly gave some of his time to drop and have a good chat with our Adrian for a truly fascinating insight into working with Tim Schafer, the LucasArts crew, and the sheer work required to bring a masterpiece like Grim ...
 length: 01:37:31
Sat, 09 Jun 2018
Robocop vs Terminator - Not just a glorious Genesis/Mega Drive game, Rob talks us through its comic beginnings (the media format, not hilarity) to said SEGA 16-bit version and I suppose we'd better talk about the (ugh) SNES version... Will someone please...
 length: 42:30
Sat, 02 Jun 2018
Its place in kart racing folklore needs no recapping. Well, maybe a little. Adrian tells us how he had to choose a kart racer for his newly purchased N64 and thankfully went for Diddy Kong over a certain other kart racer which shall not be named. Rob thi...
 length: 59:35
Sat, 26 May 2018
Tod Frye is an extremely big deal in our circles and he kindly gave our Adrian an hour of his precious time! He's known for his work on the Atari 2600 Pac Man, Swordquest and also on the 3DO. But, could he finally complete the Swordquest games and Airwor...
 length: 01:01:48
Sat, 19 May 2018
McDonald's games ranged from the pretty decent to the downright creepy - these include Global Gladiators, Treasure Land Adventure and M.C. Kids. Rob tells us how this all started, from its early 8-bit Nintendo days to its more than acceptable 16-bit outi...
 length: 50:42
Sat, 12 May 2018
This is not a SEGA-only podcast. I repeat, this is NOT A SEGA-ONLY PODCAST. We've lots of Nintendo goodness for you next week, but this week we join the queue of people warbling on about the Mega Drive Mini recently announced. We add in a bit of chat abo...
 length: 01:05:31
Sat, 05 May 2018
One member of Arcade Attack has spent quite a lot this month... Fancy discussing this podcast? Fancy suggesting a topic of conversation? Please tweet us @arcadeattackUK or catch us on facebook.com/arcadeattackUK Please also consider subscribing to the Ar...
 length: 40:10
Sat, 28 Apr 2018
Bill Rehbock was responsible for some of the biggest releases on the Atari Jaguar (inc DOOM, Super Burnout and Atari Karts) whilst also being the former vice president of Sony's R&D team. He truly has a tale to tell! Listen in on Adrian's chat with Atari...
 length: 01:38:22
Sat, 21 Apr 2018
We've had a good chat about the Jaguar (and Jaguar CD) so now it's time to turn to Keith's wunderconsole - The Sega Saturn! Did it sell as well as it should have? No. Why? We attempt to find out whilst simultaneously paying homage to an oft misunderstood...
 length: 01:13:58
Sun, 15 Apr 2018
It's an honour to present Adrian's chat with Matthew Costello, the scriptwriter for Trilobyte's bestselling CD-ROM interactive dramas The 7th Guest, its sequel The 11th Hour and also the amazing Doom 3. Sit back and enjoy... Fancy discussing this podcast...
 length: 01:01:59
Sat, 07 Apr 2018
We've mentioned it before but now it's finally time to pay homage to one of the greatest Point and Click games ever made. Hal Barwood's Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis gets the full AA treatment. Adrian talks us through his love of the game, how i...
 length: 01:19:11
Sat, 31 Mar 2018
OK, so the sound issues aren't completely fixed but it's almost there! To mark the release of another naff looking Tomb Raider film (and Dylan's return) we get talking about what exactly is the point of turning game franchises into movies. We even talk a...
 length: 52:43
Sat, 24 Mar 2018
Seriously wow. He's best known for his outstanding work on the Turrican games but you'll have heard his excellent music scores in many, many other places. Adrian chatted to the legend that is Chris Huelsbeck! Check out https://chrishuelsbeck.bandcamp.com...
 length: 01:00:11
Sun, 18 Mar 2018
This is the very last of the poor sound quality pods, I promise! Adrian talks the AA crew through the often told tale of Swordquest - i.e. Atari's Adventure meets massive competition ($150,000 in total) in a series that was never finished. Investigate th...
 length: 54:08
Sun, 11 Mar 2018
The LucasArts and Atari supremo James “Purple” Hampton joined our Adrian for a lovely chat about the other legends he’s worked with, the Atari Jaguar smash hit Alien Versus Predator and much much more! He also discusses what it was like working for Atari...
 length: 54:01
Sat, 03 Mar 2018
Apologies again for the poor sound quality, there is only one more of these to go after this one! The title says it all. A legendary game and a story beautifully told by our Keith... Fancy discussing this podcast? Fancy suggesting a topic of conversation...
 length: 01:32:28
Sat, 24 Feb 2018
He's true gaming royalty and has worked on over 300 video games since the 90s which is quite frankly staggering! The Virgin Games back catalogue that introduced us to gaming (Terminator, Aladdin, Cool Spot etc...) had his name written all over it. And wh...
 length: 01:47:02
Sat, 17 Feb 2018
Sincere apologies for the sound quality - something went a bit wrong with the file export! Rob tells a tale of a game that gave the player far too much power. Spike the fries, refuse to build any toilets, the choice is yours as you create your own Theme ...
 length: 47:05
Thu, 08 Feb 2018
Adrian's done it again!! What better way celebrating our 50th podcast than to interview a true retro gaming legend - SEGA marketing supremo Al Nilsen!! One of the integral cogs in the SEGA machine of the early 90s, his work ensured that a certain blue he...
 length: 01:39:46
Sat, 03 Feb 2018
Have we gone mad? Rob thought it best to prise our most "controversial" gaming opinions out so we can all have a massive argument, er, I mean debate. Zool cooler than Sonic? Keith hates Mario (well, not quite, but...) and Dylan has a massive chip on his ...
 length: 58:58
Sat, 27 Jan 2018
Ohhhhh we've got a real rumble in the jungle for you tonight! Two outstanding arcade smash em ups, there can only be one winner! Fancy discussing this podcast? Fancy suggesting a topic of conversation? Please tweet us @arcadeattackUK or catch us on faceb...
 length: 56:12
Sat, 20 Jan 2018
To say Weird Dreams is weird is an understatement. Adrian tells us more about this hidden gem that quite frankly we all want to have a go on now! Giant wasps, bushes with teeth and little girls with steak knives are all in store for the AA crew as we tak...
 length: 45:54
Sat, 13 Jan 2018
David Fox worked on Zak McKracken, The Secret of Monkey Island, Maniac Mansion and Thimbleweed Park. The LucasArts legend joined Adrian for our first ever interview podcast! He talks to us about his stellar work with the also legendary Ron Gilbert and Ga...
 length: 01:25:57
Sat, 06 Jan 2018
Isometric shooters don't get much better than this. Rob invites the AA gang to discuss the two best Strike games with lots of trivia and opinion thrown in. What more could you ask for? How about a quick Q&A with the game's creator Mike Posehn on the site...
 length: 41:19
Sat, 30 Dec 2017
We thought we'd kick off the new year with a bang! Dylan takes the AA crew down memory lane and a franchise often put to the back of the games drawer. Needless to say, DMC brought new meaning to the word "cool". The PS2 games (1-3) feature heavily, along...
 length: 01:13:49
Sat, 23 Dec 2017
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all! Regardless of your faith (or lack thereof), come join in our Christmas celebrations! We all share stories about this time of year and the various games/consoles/computers that brought us here today! And in some ...
 length: 53:04
Sat, 16 Dec 2017
In the first of our Christmas specials, Adrian talks about a Christmas-themed hidden gem that if you have it could fetch you more than a pretty penny! We also bounce about some other Christmas-themed games, but my is it slim pickings! Stay tuned for the ...
 length: 37:21
Sat, 09 Dec 2017
Why do we do it? It's flippin awesome! OK, spoiler alert over, the AA crew go through what drives us to spend £££$$$ on games that were released over twenty years ago and the favourite bits of our respective collections. We also discuss a craze we're cur...
 length: 47:27
Sat, 02 Dec 2017
Yup, they're "at each other's throats" again. Dylan is bringing Out Run, Keith is bringing Power Drift. Hear the history. Hear the facts. There can only be one winner, who will emerge victorious? Fancy arguing with us over the points raised in this podca...
 length: 55:31
Sat, 25 Nov 2017
Seeing as we're called Arcade Attack we thought it best to actually talk about an arcade game, nay, possibly the best multiplayer arcade game ever! There's no possiblies as far as Rob is concerned, so hear him orchestrate a discussion of the game's finer...
 length: 44:39
Fri, 17 Nov 2017
Are we serious? Yes, we're serious. NBA Jam is up against the Atari-Jaguar-only White Men Can't Jump, a game so loosely based on the film it hurts, in this week's face-off! We also mither how a NBA Jam movie would turn out. Woody Harrelson and Wesley Sni...
 length: 56:24
Sat, 11 Nov 2017
A slightly different podcast for you this week. The AA crew discuss films that should really have licenced games made about them. Ranging from Commando to The Truman Show, the gang explain how they would have made them into retro games using 90s tech. Wi...
 length: 54:34
Sat, 04 Nov 2017
Road Redemption is finally fit for public consumption! So Dylan thought it'd be a great idea to talk the AA crew through the ups and downs of the Road Rash franchise and whether the ultimate lows have been redeemed by the fan game. We think EA might owe ...
 length: 46:17
Sat, 28 Oct 2017
The Creepypasta story that helped defined the genre and praised worldwide is brought to life by Adrian and the Arcade Attack crew in our first ever "audiobook". Followed by Adrian's critique, this is a podcast not to be missed. Check out our interview wi...
 length: 01:17:02
Sat, 21 Oct 2017
In the first of our Halloween Specials we take a look at the landmark title Night Trap, what surrounded its initial release and what the PS4 version has to offer. Fancy arguing with us over the points raised in this podcast? Fancy suggesting a topic of c...
 length: 48:38
Sat, 14 Oct 2017
Parmaount have announced there's going to be a Sonic movie out in a few years' time and it's gotten us all hot and bothered at Arcade Attack. Dylan immediately regrets bringing the whole thing up but there is one thing we're unanimous on - Emma Stone nee...
 length: 47:52
Sat, 07 Oct 2017
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time has an almost perfect Metacritic score. The N64 classic is often touted as one of the best game ever made. Adrian introduces a homage to (arguably) the greatest Action/Adventure game released. Fancy arguing with us ov...
 length: 57:06
Sat, 30 Sep 2017
Is there any actor that's been immortalised in video games more than Sly? We really doubt it. From Rocky to Demolition Man to Judge Dredd, we have a chat about his finer (and not so finer) attempts at VG immortality. There's bound to be (at least) a seco...
 length: 01:10:49
Sat, 23 Sep 2017
On the eve of the UK release of the mini Super Nintendo, we discuss its lineup, the lineup of its NES predecessor and what games we'd rather see instead. After some mild fisticuffs we move on to what we'd like to see in a N64 Mini which is surely on the ...
 length: 42:32
Sat, 16 Sep 2017
The tale of Vince Perri and Action 52 is one that is often told but definitely worthy of a revisit. Adrian tells us the story, the highlights of the doomed 52-game compendium (with extracts from our interview with head dev Mario Gonzalez), and why it wil...
 length: 01:04:49
Sat, 09 Sep 2017
It's about time we talked about retro video game music. Keith kicks us off with his favourite VGM soundtracks and what makes them special for him, which then leads to a heated discussion (almost leading to fisticuffs - hmm maybe), finishing with a VGM qu...
 length: 01:05:40
Sat, 02 Sep 2017
Adrian and Keith talk us through their favourite obscure SNES games. Adrian brings the sprawling map "shooter" The Firemen to the table whilst Keith tells us all about the platform japes in Demon's Crest. Please also consider subscribing to the Arcade At...
 length: 45:27
Sat, 26 Aug 2017
Quite a lot as it turns out... Dylan subjects the AA crew to an hour and a half of Bubsy "goodness", looking back at all of his console adventures, the legendary cartoon pilot and of course (what we thought was the nail in the coffin) Bubsy 3D. Please al...
 length: 01:33:55
Sat, 19 Aug 2017
Has Dylan finally lost the plot? Here he "treats" us to a rundown of all three (yes, three) Dino Crisis games, tells us what made (some of) it good, how it went horribly wrong and whether if done right, this could have been bigger than Resident Evil. Nee...
 length: 01:17:10
Sat, 12 Aug 2017
Do we love Katamari? You betcha bottom dollar we do! Adrian talks about his love for the game, how he ruined a perfectly good PS1 game in the course of enjoying said game, and also where the series could have gone (we're guessing in a big ball the size o...
 length: 48:00
Sun, 06 Aug 2017
Quite possibly (in our Dylan's eyes) the best Resident Evil game ever made, whch is no mean feat given the (approx) 1,000,000 games in the franchise. Here we look at what makes the game so special for us, pick out its best bits and enjoy some of that oh ...
 length: 01:08:56
Sun, 30 Jul 2017
Rob talks us through the current craze of matching retro gaming with booze - is it a good idea? What would make it better? Is it going to stick around? Honourable mentions to the Four Quarters, Heart of Gaming and Pixel Alley. Please also consider subscr...
 length: 34:03
Sun, 23 Jul 2017
Two games that laid the groundwork for current FPS games and hold a special place in our hearts. Adrian takes us through the Half-Life games, Counter-Strike and what made them important. Interspersed with music from the games for your enjoyment. http://w...
 length: 01:00:49
Sat, 15 Jul 2017
Yes that is a Subbuteo t-shirt I'm wearing! Embarrassing photo aside we thought it'd be nice in our 20th podcast to tell you a bit about how we got here. No, not our bad life decisions but what gaming consoles we grew up with, what ones we're filling our...
 length: 01:36:22
Sun, 09 Jul 2017
Adrian tells the story of the ill-fated Atari Jaguar peripheral and an unreleased game that could have changed the world... Check out this and more at www.arcadeattack.co.uk Please also consider subscribing to the Arcade Attack Retro Gaming podcast on yo...
 length: 46:18
Sun, 02 Jul 2017
We're surprised the Arcade Attack "offices" are still standing after this face-off between two of the best arcade racers ever created. Dylan brings Daytona, Keith brings Sega Rally, there can only be one winner. Which is your favourite? Check out our rev...
 length: 51:31
Sun, 25 Jun 2017
Star Fox is one of Nintendo's biggest franchises. Dylan discusses the space shooters origins and how Dylan Cuthbert and Shigeru Miyamoto helped create a true masterpiece. The perils of recording podcasts late at night, Dylan does his best to hold it ...
 length: 37:06
Sun, 18 Jun 2017
Sensible Soccer really put football games on the map. The Sensible Software classic (made by Jon Hare) is often regarded as the most important football game ever made! But, should FIFA be given more respect? Dylan has us all in a tither by suggesting thi...
 length: 01:06:01
Sun, 11 Jun 2017
It Came From the Desert was a true Amiga cinematic classic. Battle giant ants in this great adventure title that had a story for for the big screen... B-Movies and games don't always go together. Here, they most certainly do. Adrian introduces us to a st...
 length: 34:26
Sun, 04 Jun 2017
Picture this: It's the early-to-mid 1990's, and you're a big fan of 1 on 1 fighting games... You've played Street Fighter 2 to death and you're fed up with Mortal Kombat... what do you play next? Fear not, as Keith, Dylan and Adrian are here to suggest 3...
 length: 01:11:27
Sun, 28 May 2017
This week we look at two of Delphine Software's finest.... Flashback, the ultimate in 16-bit cinematic platforming, and it's flawed but pioneering 32-bit sequel Fade To Black. For more on the development of Flashback, head over to www.arcadeattack.co.uk ...
 length: 01:01:24
Sun, 21 May 2017
Adrian's come here to kick ass and chew gum, and he's all out of gum.... Join us on this weeks podcast as we pay tribute to a legend in the shape of Duke Nukem 3D. For more Duke Nukem goodness, head over to www.arcadeattack.co.uk and check out our interv...
 length: 44:41
Sun, 14 May 2017
This week Adrian, Keith and Dylan look back at one of the greatest (and craziest) game characters of the 16-bit era: Earthworm Jim. GROOVY!!! Please also consider subscribing to the Arcade Attack Retro Gaming podcast on your favourite podcast platform. W...
 length: 37:20
Sat, 29 Apr 2017
Join us as we return to Shadow Moses Island and revisit the Metal Gear Rex 'incident'.... An all-time classic, Hideo Kojima's 1998 masterpiece Metal Gear Solid is a personal favourite of both Keith and Dylan, and is definitely worthy of it's very own pod...
 length: 01:28:56
Thu, 13 Apr 2017
This week we look at another legendary LucasArts point & click adventure in the shape of Day of the Tentacle, and Dylan talks about the ups, downs, lefts and rights of creating his own retro inspired video game - Skyline. For more on Skyline check out ww...
 length: 01:05:23
Thu, 30 Mar 2017
This week Adrian waxes lyrical about Zool, Keith delves into the money pit of collecting Japanese Sega Saturn games, and Dylan takes us back to the beginning of his gaming life with Ghostbusters on the Master System. Please also consider subscribing to t...
 length: 01:16:22
Mon, 13 Mar 2017
This week we take a look at three memorable titles from our gaming youth - Mega Drive Zelda 'homage' Landstalker, Medieval Amiga classic Moonstone, and everyone's favourite half shell heroes - TMNT on the NES. Please also consider subscribing to the Arca...
 length: 01:08:08
Mon, 27 Feb 2017
On this weeks episode, Dylan pays tribute to one of the greatest games ever made - Final Fantasy VII. So join us as we team up with Cloud, Tifa, Aerith and the gang as they take on Shinra and face the diabolical Sephiroth in the battle to save Gaia. Plea...
 length: 56:16
Mon, 13 Feb 2017
This week we look back at a seminal PlayStation 2 title, and one of the greatest horror games of all time - Silent Hill 2. Join us as we descend into the fog once more, and experience the horrors that await James Sunderland on the shores of Toluca Lake.....
 length: 57:26
Mon, 30 Jan 2017
On this weeks podcast we take a look at Dune 2: The Battle for Arrakis (Cool!), Road Rash (Yeah!) and Home Alone (Erm......) All copyrighted material contained within this podcast is the property of their respective rights owners and their use here is pr...
 length: 01:05:56
Fri, 13 Jan 2017
This week we take a look at the Nintendo Classic Mini, ponder one potential future for arcade gaming, and talk about our own arcade memories. All copyrighted material contained within this podcast is the property of their respective rights owners and the...
 length: 01:02:56
Tue, 20 Dec 2016
This month we have a special feature on the legendary Secret of Monkey Island games. We also take a look at the Castlevania 'inspired' Master of Darkness on the Sega Master System. We also have another Retro Gets Roundup! and we get festive with some ret...
 length: 01:48:25
Tue, 15 Nov 2016
Welcome to episode one of the Arcade Attack Retro Gaming Podcast. We are so happy for you to join us. In this episode we cover the Atari Jaguar, Shadow Dancer, Final Fight and EGX. This month we review an early SNES beat 'em up and a Mega Drive classic, ...
 length: 01:40:48