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The year is 2007, and on the heels of Supreme Commander, here comes Forged Alliance, a stand-alone expansion that is probably still one of the best real-time strategy games of all time, even 15 years later. For this 17th episode of the SVGA pod
Flight simulators are back! Or were they ever gone? Strap yourself into the cramped cockpit of your 90's fighter jet, it's time to talk about Tiny Combat Arena. For this new SVGA episode, Hugo Prévost and Robert Hiltz explore this early access
In space, can someone hear you construct a space station? Hugo Prévost sat down will Laura Körting, the co-founder and producer of LAB132, a german studio, to talk about the upcoming management game orbit.industries, in this new content for the
Would you like to play a game? Retro games have been making a comeback on PC for a while, now, and Zoom Platform, a digital storefront, is actively contributing to this vintage gaming renaissance. For this new episode of SVGA, Hugo Prévost and
30 years! It's been 30 years since the first cohorts of 8x10 pixels creatures plunged to their death in Lemmings, the iconic puzzle game. Now, with a documentary about the making of that classic title launched late last year, Hugo Prévost and R
This week, Hugo revisits what is probably his favorite game of all time: The Last Express, the Jordan Mechner adventure game from 1997.
Is collecting games equivalent to collecting stamps? What drives thousands of people to pay sometimes hundreds of dollars for old titles, even on PC, when said titles are available for a few dollars online? Hugo and Robert get a bit nostalgic (
The city is yours: will you become the next owner of the famed and coveted Burnout driving license? Robert Hiltz and Hugo Prévost put the pedal to the metal in Burnout: Paradise, Criterion's game from 2008. Links and additional content here-htt
Management sims fans, rejoice! Hermes Interactive is working on Power to the People, a game where you need to keep the lights on. Hugo Prévost discuss the game with Federico Casares, the founder of the studio and main developper of the title. A
Robert Hiltz and Hugo Prévost convene once again to talk about Hearts of Iron IV, the grand strategy game from Paradox Interactive. This week, they discuss the quite large modding scene for the game. Is it good?
Freshly installed in his new appartment in Ottawa, Robert Hiltz joins Hugo Prévost, this week, to talk about a game that they both love, and love to hate: Hearts of Iron IV, the grand strategy game from Paradox Interactive, in this brand new DL
For this second DLC, Hugo sits down with Carl Toftfelt, from Lavapotion, to talk about their upcoming adventure and strategy game Songs of Conquest. Links and other content here-https://bit.ly/35VRcDU
This week, Robert and Hugo sit down and talk about flight controls, for when you need to move around into a plane or a spaceship. And yes, they even talk about the dreaded mouse and keyboard combo. Social media, games mentionned and other usefu
This week, Hugo and Robert talk about Splinter Cell, the hit 2002 tactical espionage game from Ubisoft Montréal. You can find all the links mentionned in the episode here: https://bit.ly/322Bx3m
This week, Hugo and Robert tackles of the most iconic games of the early 90's. Will they be able to escape the island of Myst without a walkthrough?
A blast from the past for Robert and Hugo with Unreal Tournament, the classic arena shooter. Grab your flak cannon, try to escape campers and frag away!
Hugo and Robert go back to 1997 to play Total Annihilation, a game with lots of robots and explosions
This week, Hugo and Robert play Police Quest, a game about crime, drugs... and mostly numbers. All the numbers.
This week, Hugo and Robert talk about the space action simulator Wing Commander.Also on the menu: Descent: Freespace - The Great War (Freespace, for short), since Hugo is baaaad at Wing Commander!
This week, Robert and Hugo talk old-school FPS, with the cult success Doom
This week, Robert and Hugo talk about Diablo, who still defines the hack and slash genre, 23 years after it came out
This week, Hugo Prévost and Robert Hiltz talk about Bio Menace, a 2D action-platformer from Apogee Software that came out in 1993, a few months only before a certain Doom...
Episode 02 of the gaming podcast SVGA: this week, Hugo Prévost and Robert Hiltz tackle one of the most famous FMV game of old – and one of the most cheesy and over-the-top gory... Phantasmagoria!
First episode of SVGA, a new podcast about vintage games.This week: Half-Life
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