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Interview with Stefany Allaire

I recently had the opportunity to do an interview with developer Stefany Allaire, the creator of some pretty unique products like the C256 Foenix Gen X and the FPGA YM2612 replacement.  I’m really interested in her vision of a “new retro” platform and am curious to see how the project evolves!  This discussion is a […]

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Interview with Martin Hejnfelt

Here’s an interview with the creator of the 129x and 68x “homebrew” input cards for Sony BVM/PVM monitors.  Anyone who’s into retro CRT monitors has probably heard Martin’s name quite a few times over the past few years and it was an absolute pleasure to interview him.  As usual, it’s a very laid back conversation […]

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Podcast With Louis Zezeran

I recently had a chat with comedian, Estonian cultural attaché and fellow retro gaming nerd Louis Zezeran.  I’d previously been a guest on his podcast and when I saw he was tipping his toes into the icy waters of retro game videos, I wanted to have him on for a chat.  This podcast is (respectfully) […]

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RetroRGB Writer’s Podcast #3

Welcome to a podcast with a few members of the RetroRGB team, spread out across four countries, six times zones and a diverse set of backgrounds all contributing their unique perspective on things! This is the third of what I hope will be many podcasts with these awesome people; I realize I said that the […]

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James From RetroHQ: Podcast/Interview

Here’s an interview / podcast with James aka Saint from RetroHQ. I had a great time discussing James’ career creating games spanning from modern consoles, all the way back to working with Argonaut games in the 90’s! Of course, we also discussed his ROM carts and their history, as well as other general nerdiness. Neo […]