Andrew is the author of Dreamcast: Year One (and hopefully many more), the host of loads of podcasts on a range of different topics, and an all round wonderful person. You should check out his book, because it's really rather good.
The Cupboard of Shame returns and Andrew Dickinson makes his 4,364th podcast episode appearance whilst. Andrew Joined Squidge to talk about generic shooter games which can also be fun, nuns in latex, cheesing their way through video games, and games which are fun to watch.
We’re back with AndrewD and "Resident Evil: Apocalypse.". Will we run out of things to say about this film by the end of part two? Who can say. And what do we think of the film? You’ll have to listen in to find out.
AndrewD couldn’t stay away. This time he came back to talk about the second live-action Resident Evil film: "Resident Evil: Apocalypse.". We had so much to say about this film that we’ve split this episode into two halves. This is part one, with part two coming out next week.
We brought AndrewD and ZBoi into the (virtual for now) recording studio to talk about what we’re looking forward to in 2021. This is part two of the 6 host (?!) episode. We talk a huge amount about Resident Evil, Cyberpunk 2077 (and hour hopes that CDPR can pull a Hello Games), multicoloured hair (and whether Jay should dye his beard … or eyebrows?), working from home, and we play a game of "subtitle the Untitled Goose Game sequel"
The follow up to Andrew’s previous book "Dreamcast: Year One" is due to be released very soon - in fact, the Kickstarter is due to kick off (pardon the pun) a few days after this episode drops. So we wanted to catch up with Andrew about the new book, what he’s been playing, and which games he’d want in a Dreamcast Mini
In this episode, we sat down with Andrew Dickinson to talk about his new book Dreamcast: Year One. We also talk with Andrew about the essential Dreamcast games that he would recommend to anyone who is new to the Dreamcast, and we even drop Andrew off in the Thunder Plains