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Episode 35: Alone in the Dark

This week's "Matt Chat" episode is on Frederick Raynal's Alone in the Dark, the French cult-classic 3D action adventure that launched the "survival horror" genre. The perfect game for your Halloween weekend! If you enjoy the video, why not check out our game history books on Amazon? Download the video here.

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RetroGaming RoundUp Episode 7 Out - Reviews Vintage Games Book and Talks about AA and Matt Chat!

If you don't already podcatch it via iTunes or some other method, get the file here at the official site:

Your own Jukebox Part 2 (Scott) - (00:00)
Book Review - (17:33)
Review of the BBC Micro Computers (23:57)
Swap Talk - (40:03)
Yars Revenge Read Along Book - (67:07)
The NES Game Challenge - (79:07)
Top Ten Pinball Innovations - See our results - (82:17)
It Came From MAME - (221:28)
The British Hour - (229:20)
News And Mailbag - (238:10)
Gaming Expos - (301:16)
URLs and E-Mails - (310:30)

Besides as always enjoying the lengthy show itself, I of course can't wait to hear what they have to say about our stuff! If you like their show, don't forget to drop them a line, as they obviously put a lot of work into it each month, and I know from personal experience that a kind note here or there makes a world of difference!

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Retro Gaming RoundUp - Episode 2 now out! - RoundUp 002 - The Difficult Second RoundUp

The second episode of the exciting new retro gaming podcast, Retro Gaming RoundUp - The Centre/Center Of Your Retro Gaming Universe, is now available, and it's another long one at 333:45 minutes! Be sure to listen for the mention of our "Vintage Games" book and Gamasutra bonus articles at approximately the 283:20 mark during their "News and Mailbag" segment.

Get it here: http://retrogamingroundup.libsyn.com/rss

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R.I.P. Retrogaming Radio

Well, I guess you've probably heard the news by now that Shane R. Monroe is ending his ten-year stint (wow, is it really that long?) as host of Retrogaming Radio. I'm not happy about this news, but I respect Shane's decision and can understand why he'd want to quit while the show was going strong.

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