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Risk Free Retrobrite? - This Week In Retro 93

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24th September 2022 52 min

Hello, this week we have taken a look at a a remaster of Rise of the Triad which is coming soon. A contact free method for Retrobriting is highlighted which minimises risk but still gives good results in plastic colour restoration. Finally, there is discussion about the benefits and pitfalls of old computer systems still being used on a daily basis to run all sorts of things.

That and Chris and Dave go head to head as they try to guess the game from you answers to last week's Community Question Of The Week.

00:00 - Show Opening

08:28 - Rise Of The Triad Remastered

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17:27 - A Restoration Even I Could Do

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30:05 - BART Reaches 50 With Retro Help

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41:00 - 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, Chris from 005 AGIMA and Dave. Edited by Duncan Styles.

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Parts of "Tutorial: Retr0Brite VAPOR | New BEST Way To Restore Yellowed Plastic In 2022!?!" courtesy of Macho Nacho Productions. Link

Retrobrite method developed by Simon Lock. Link:

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