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June 19, 2019

    We bring you our coverage of the 2019 CORGS Retro Gaming convention in Columbus, Ohio! Not only did we have our own table at the event, but I got to get out on the floor and grab some interviews with some of the other con guests. If you would like to attend a future show, keep an eye on the schedule at https://corgs-con.webs.com.

Archie Cunningham


April 28, 2018


    Comic creator, and classic video game lover, Scott Schmidt returns to the show to first help us once again look back into pop culture’s past in this week’s Retro Round-table. It was this week in 1998 that Disney’s Animal Kingdom first opened to the public, and being a podcast full of video game lovers, we decide to remember our favorite Disney video games. Of course we all think o...

March 21, 2017

Greetings from Wizard World Cleveland Comic Con 2017! We record this week’s episode in its entirety at the convention as we enjoy and cover the event.

March 5, 2017

This week to bring you our interview with the Angry Video Game Nerd himself, James Rolfe!

December 16, 2016

     This weeks episode is a blast from the past. We went back to our old days for the show. By that we mean just Jack, Jeramy and two microphones. Our guest has to cancel at the last minute due to a family emergency. Everything on their end turned out to be OK though, thank goodness. Ol' Jake was blindsided and scheduled to work so that's why he wasn't able to make it to the show.


November 18, 2016

     Anyone ever played any of these? NO? Whats wrong with you! Wanna hear about em? Check out this episode. In this weeks 'Retro Roudtable' we talk about some of our favorite FPS's. One game we talk about wasn't a first person shooters but who cares, it's still a shooter!

    We are joined this week by illustrator Michael Manomivibul. Michael is a freelance illustrator whose work th...

September 2, 2016

    Earlier this week we were all hit hard to find out we had lost another comedy icon, Gene Wilder. In our "Retro Roundtable" this episode, we celebrate Gene and remember all the laughs he brought all of us.

Though we are younger and never got to see some of his older movies, there are a few that we have seen that made us love him.  No doubt that Willy  Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Young...

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