Episode 7 of Odd Pod is here, retro games, toys, cartoons and more fun stuff to listen to.hope you all enjoy the show and email in to email@example.com and leave an itunes review if you can.
good podcast mate thanks for reading out my email Me and you were born in the same decade the 1980s and I agree its hard to say which is better my answer would be the ???? gosh that hard lol because I grown up in the early 90s lot of 80s cartoon were still been showing on tv like the real ghost busters and teenage mutant hero turtles but I got sky in 1994 and enjoyed Nickelodeon with rugrats rocko modern life.
keep up good work
Hey great episode really enjoyed that. I was meaning Zelda – Ocarina of time, sorry I was to lazy to put in the full name! I’m sure Major’a mask is just as good or better but I think by the time that came out I was already “Dreamcast crazy” and my N64 was rapidly gathering dust. Still, I must check it out one day. Funny how we both picked out WaveRace 64 man that was awesome – been playing the gamecube sequel it’s not bad but it’s some how it’s lacking the magic and also I don’t like the graphics as much for some reason.
Sorry for the late comment, just been busy as always and got loads of retro asylum stuff to catch up on
But yeah Great job on my fave retro gaming podcast:)
This show keeps on getting better and better mate.
Wave Race was just an amazing game.
My top 3 n64 games have changed already this time it’s
3) Mario kart 64
2) no mercy
1)Diddy Kong Racing
After you mentioned retro cartoons on Netflix I had to mention this.
I was watching Ghostbusters on Hulu US the other day. Let’s Go Ghostbusters, Lets Go, Lets Go.
There is Proxmate software for Firefox which allowed me to hack into watching it in the UK. lol.
You can also watch Denver The Last Dinosaur, Garfield, He-Man, Defenders of the Earth on there also and other 60s, 70s, 80s & 90s cartoons classics although it’s more limited amounts compared to Netflix so it’s worth having both really. 😀
I used to love Rampage on the Spectrum. Maybe not quite as grand as the arcade version, but a very special conversion in its own right. They should do a remake.
I remember getting the monsters in my pocket cereal editions in my Wheetos. I always wondered what the numbers on the bottom were for. I thought they may have had something to do with their character strength or something.
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