Welcome to Maximum Power Up, a gaming podcast that covers retro and modern gaming.
Our latest episode covers two topics to close off 2015. Firstly Paul, Phil and Chris sit down to discuss the Sony Playstation Experience 2015 that was held on 5th and 6th December 2015. A lot of upcoming PS4 & Vita games were showcased as well as the Playstation VR. Find out what the team is looking forward to from Sony in 2016.
Sony Playstation Experience Keynote Speech :https://youtu.be/nCuMLqEiiws
For the second part Paul sits down with Andy Palmer, owner of Arcade Club, Europe's largest arcade. Based up in the North West Arcade Club currently has almost 200 arcade cabs and pinball tables to get stuck into. Paul and Andy discuss gaming history, collecting games and the Arcade Club itself.
Find all details to Arcade Club here: http://www.arcadeclub.co.uk/
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/arcadeclubuk
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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 of Maximum Power Up, Phil, Chris and Tom take a look at some of the most important and defining arcade racers to grace both coin-op cabinets and the home systems. The team discuss their earliest memories of arcade-style racers with Pole position and Rad Mobile, and then take a journey through the 80s, 90s and 2000s reminiscing about the most memorable racers from the last 30 years. Sega Rally, Ridge Racer, Burning Road, The Need For Speed and Burnin’ Rubber on the lowly Amstrad CPC all get a mention, so buckle up and get ready to start your engines with episode of the Maximum Power Up podcast.
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