This week Neil and Chris mull over whether it should be Retro or Vintage Computing, take a look at some proposed new game controllers from Hori, marvel at the incredible Tomb Raider Advance (yes, the original Tomb Raider running on a Game Boy Advance), reminisce about their most used Ceefax and Teletext pages while looking at a modern implementation that feeds in up to date info and consider if there is such a thing as a computer designed to last.
00:00 - Show Opening
02:19 - Retro or Vintage?
09:52 - Hooray for Hori
21:40 - Ceefax Emulator with a Live Data Feed
35:08 - Tomb Raider Advance
43:00 - Decades of Fun: Computers Built to Last
55:00 - Community Question of the Week
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This Week in Retro is a weekly roundup of the hottest stories from the world of retro gaming and computing, voted on by you, the listener! Hosted by Neil from RMC and Chris from 005 AGIMA. Edited by Duncan Styles.
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Footage from "OpenLara - Game Boy Advance (alpha)" courtesy of Timur Gagiev - https://youtu.be
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