For several years, Retro Gaming Radio provided an awesome outlet for fans of old school games. It’s goal, after hitting the air waves in 2000, was to provide the classic gaming community with a quality program that is exciting, entertaining and informational. The program began as a short, supplemental weekly newsfeed for more established programs, but quickly branched out. The program offered interviews with prominent figures in the classic gaming world, as well as reviews and flashbacks of old games and platforms.
Retro Gaming Radio covered platforms, such as the C64 and its emulators, Amiga, Atari 2600, NES, and many other more obscure oldies. It featured bits on classics, such as Frogger, Defender of the Crown, Mega Man, Prince of Persia and Castlevania, though there are too many in total to mention. It went off the air in 2008, but its archives were still available for download by its fans. No more. The Retro Gaming Radio archive is now a retro memory, itself, with all links broken. Fans had ample opportunity to download archives, and may still be able to purchase episodes on DVD by contacting the former operators here.
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