Sorry to say, but there isn’t a new episode for you to enjoy. The respective schedules of Mike and Dennis didn’t allow for a recording session to happen this week. But, barring anything unforeseen, there should be a new episode ready for you next week!
In the meantime, we encourage you to get your fill of our smooth sounds by checking out the many past episodes available for download on both our iTunes and Google Play pages.
Friends, this week The Arcade continues its look back on the past year with part two of our 2020 Year In Review. In this episode, we’ll focus our attention on some of the other stories that you may have forgotten about, and that we’ve yet to have our say on. Included in this is Atari continuing to do some strange things, Amazon failing in its first attempt at a game, Microsoft buying Bethesda, Sony buying into Epic Games, and Hasbro bringing back some old Tiger Electronics handheld games just to name a few.
90’s Cartoons Just Won’t Stay Dead
Atari Continues Doing Weird Things
Amazon Tries, Fails, Tries Again At Gaming Business
Greetings friends, and welcome to the future that is 2021! Hopefully, all of you out there managed to survive the past 12 months, while we here at The Arcade are glad to be getting back into the swing of things after our holiday break. This week, we’ll take a look back at some of the bigger stories that played out last year for part one of our 2020 Year In Review.
The Big Stories of 2020:
The Wrath Of The Covids
Gaming For Good
CD Projekt Red Shits The Bed
Epic Games Picks A Fight With Apple
Sony and Microsoft Launch New Consoles
The man who will forever feel like he’s giving a rough estimate when saying this year. ’20? ’21?
Welcome one and welcome all to our 14th annual Christmas Music Special! Holiday traditions might be looking a bit different this year, but this is one that forges ahead.
As always, we here at The Arcade endeavor to bring you some Christmas music selections that you’ve probably never heard before, and this year is no different. We start this show with not one, not two, but three unique twists on the old Chipmunk song, Christmas Don’t Be Late. After that, we share a selection of songs that attempt to accurately capture the Christmas mood as it exists in 2020, this the year of the endless dumpster fire. That is to say, it’s Christmas music for when you’re just not feeling Christmas this year! If that brings you down a bit, don’t worry, because we’ll try and lift your spirits with some songs from across the pond in the UK. To close out this year’s show, we celebrate the 30th anniversary of a truly timeless Christmas movie, Home Alone. We’ll share a selection of songs composed by John Williams from some of the movie’s most memorable moments.
As always, we encourage you to follow the links below to add these songs to your collection. We hope you enjoy this show, and we wish all of you out there a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!