Love them or loathe them, racing sims are one of the most popular genres when it comes to gaming. The racing stable of a console can make or break it, and there are some simply stunning examples of vehicular competition going all the way back to the very first days of video gaming.
In this latest episode Paul interviews Jon Hare creator of Sensible Soccer to discuss Jon’s new Kickstarter Sociable Soccer as well as some of Jon’s earlier work. As well as this Paul, Phil and Chris look back on and discuss some of their own memories from playing some of Sensible Software’s biggest games, Cannon Fodder, SWOS and more.
In this episode Paul was lucky enough to sit down with ex Ocean software graphic artist Mark R. Jones. Mark started in the industry at a very early age and some of his most famous work is discussed as well as his time at Ocean, his massive games collection, running the Ocean Software Ltd Facebook page and so much more.
In this episode Paul and Phil sit down to discuss their personal top 5 SNES games as well as adding a couple of honourable mentions. As well as this Paul briefly discusses a few magazine memories of the SNES era and there’s also the usual chat about what they have been buying and playing.
In this episode we don our suits, check our team line ups and discuss our favourite Football Manager memories as well as the Championship Manager series before the split. Joining us to discuss everything is very special guest Tony Jameson, comedian, writer and performer of Football Manager Ruined My Life. Tony has also been featured in the Football Manager documentary and book.
In this episode we return to our decade in review looking at 2001. Joining us this episode is Chris Smith from Retro Collect who helps us discuss some of our favourite games from 2001. If there are any we don’t mention please let us know on Twitter or Facebook and join in the discussion.