A leisure podcast from The Irrelevant
Credits: Rodrigo Nuñez (Editor, Host, Producer) (edit)
This is 128 Bits a podcast about the most influential period of video games, what is known as the 6th generation, the 128bit generation.
On every episode we will discuss one stand out title from the generation and talk about its background, critical reception at the time, then go into the best and worst part of the games, how did the game age, the legacy of the game, and how would it look like today?
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