A lively, accessible and entertaining weekly retro gaming podcast from Keith, Adrian, Dylan and James @ www.arcadeattack.co.uk. We will cover whole episodes on single retro gaming classics, discuss the latest retro news and topics, broadcast interviews with some of the true legends of the industry or whatever else may take our fancy! Like what we do? Please support us on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/arcadeattack Or, buy us a coffee on Ko-fi: https://www.ko-fi.com/arcadeattack
Thursday Feb 04, 2021
Thursday Feb 04, 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! (Please excuse my language).
Yup, we have some sad news to share to our lovely listeners! we are stepping back for a bit to recharge the batteries and go on a well deserved break! Please listen to the episode to hear our reasons before you start getting the flaming torches and pitchforks ready!
Hopefully our last podcast for a while will keep you chomping and / or champing at the bit for our return! Here is the obligatory episode description:
Part one of the craziest consoles to hit the market looks at 5 amazing machines! These include the Apple Pippin, The KFConsole, Pioneer LaserActive and a few more surprises along the way! And as this is part one, you can hold this as a guarantee WE WILL BE BACK!
If you start having AA withdrawal symptoms, why not venture back to our full back catalogue and count how many times the words Zool, Zelda and Jaguar are uttered!
Here is a nice link: https://www.arcadeattack.co.uk/podcast-2/
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