Ever felt like a video game is trying to stretch for that big emotional moment but can’t quite make it land? I’ve felt that too and I think it's all about how the majority of the video game industry understands emotions.
Can certain aspects of gaming help give your confidence a boost? Is it possible to regain a deep passion for a hobby that has taken a hiatus in your life? Check out this discussion with Maria Kinnun and Jen Miller as we talk about their own personal gaming experience and what they hope to see from the gaming industry in the future.
What would it be like to have an extensive gaming experience that spanned forty years? Candace sits down with fellow Replayers Charlotte Merritt and Stephanie Watson to discuss the evolution of gaming and how roles have changed for female gamers over the years.
Candace features Amelia Brown and Cassandre Federowicz in the first of a series of interviews with female Replayers having an open, candid discussion of their journey as gamers and how their experience has changed over the years.
You don’t have to be a gamer to enjoy Retro Replay. Shana Martin shares her story of being a dedicated Replayer who isn't a gamer, and how she's had to navigate that when socializing with other Replayers.
Our first episode did not come out until April of 2018. The set was framed with flats from season two of Con Man. I find it ironic that it was the same set built for the episode with Liam McIntyre who now has his own show on Retro Replay: Get Good.