InRaiderSpect Epilogue: A Survivor is Reborn

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To commemorate the release of the definitive edition of Tomb Raider, Dr Kris excavates the series once again, presenting an epilogue to InRetroSpect’s InRaiderSpect special. Joining him for a chat is Tomb Raider expert Stellalune, the matriarch of Tomb Raiders.net. Together, they discuss the highlights of the latest installment in the Tomb Raider series, how it fits in with the overall universe, and what the future holds for Lara Croft.

Warning! Contains spoilers!

A transcription of the podcast is available here, courtesy of Stella.

All music tracks and sound effects featured are the intellectual property of the developer or artist and used by us to better convey the tone and feel of the game. If you like what you hear in the short excerpts used you should support the artists that created them by either buying the games, the films, the soundtracks themselves or – better yet – all three. At InRetroSpectPodcast.com we don’t make a single penny on the podcasts that we produce, instead we’re passionate about the games we discuss and in ensuring that full credit is given to the fantastically talented people that make them.

InRetroSpect Shots: The Year in Review 2013

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As 2013 draws to a close, InRetroSpect brings you a special show, featuring some highlights of this phenomenal year. From our coverage of the next generation of consoles to our interview with co-founder of Naughty Dog, Jason Rubin. From our surviving of Dead Space 3 to the funniest moments from Freeplay. Send out the year in style by giving it a listen.

 

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InRetroSpect Shots: Kellee Santiago

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Another chance to hear an interview first broadcast on Freeplay back in October 2010. In this brief exchange between thatgamecompany co-founder Kellee Santiago and Peter Willington, Kellee explains how the game ‘Cloud‘ gave birth to the ideals that would go on to inspire some of the greatest games of our generation.

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Naughty Dog InRetroSpect Part V: Old Dog, New Tricks

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In the final part of Naughty Dog: InRetroSpect, Dan, Pete, Sam and Kris take a step back and look at the company as a whole. What have been the highs and lows of Naughty Dog’s history and where do we see them going?

Not suitable for children. Contains some spoilers for The Last of Us

 [podcast]http://www.inretrospectpodcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Naughty-Dog-InRetroSpect-Part-V.mp3[/podcast]

  • To listen to Kris’ interview with Naughty Dog co-founder Jason Rubin in Part I click here
  • To catch up on Part II where Pete examines Jak & Daxter click here
  • To join Dan with Part III on the Uncharted Trilogy click here
  • To brave Part IV where Sam tackles The Last Of Us click here

All music tracks and sound effects featured are the intellectual property of the developer or artist and used by us to better convey the tone and feel of the game. If you like what you hear in the short excerpts used you should support the artists that created them by either buying the games, the films, the soundtracks themselves or – better yet – all three. At InRetroSpectPodcast.com we don’t make a single penny on the podcasts we produce, instead we’re passionate about the games we discuss and in ensuring that full credit is given to the fantastically talented people that make them.

Naughty Dog InRetroSpect Part IV: The Last of Us

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In the fourth part in the series of special shows looking at the work of Naughty Dog, Sam explores the world around The Last of Us. For a company that has always appeared to try and make games more cinematic, this podcast examines the elements of The Last of Us that make it both a traditional game and such a crowning theatrical achievement.

Warning! This podcast is not suitable for children.

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  • To listen to Kris’ interview with Naughty Dog co-founder Jason Rubin in Part I click here
  • To catch up on Part II where Pete examines at Jak & Daxter click here
  • To join Dan with Part III on the Uncharted Trilogy click here

 

All music tracks and sound effects featured are the intellectual property of the developer or artist and used by us to better convey the tone and feel of the game. If you like what you hear in the short excerpts used you should support the artists that created them by either buying the games, the films, the soundtracks themselves or – better yet – all three. At InRetroSpectPodcast.com we don’t make a single penny on the podcasts we produce, instead we’re passionate about the games we discuss and in ensuring that full credit is given to the fantastically talented people that make them.

Naughty Dog InRetroSpect Part III: Uncharted Territory

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In the third episode of our Naughty Dog special, Dan explores the world of Uncharted discussing the steps forward the company has made which have placed it among the leading video game developers today.

[podcast]http://www.inretrospectpodcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Naughty-Dog-InRetroSpect-Part-III-Uncharted-Territory.mp3[/podcast]

To catch up on Episode 2 where Pete examines at Jak & Daxter click here

To listen to Kris’ interview with Naughty Dog co-founder Jason Rubin in Episode 1 click here

 

Image by Linda Armstrong

All music tracks and sound effects featured are the intellectual property of the developer or artist and used by us to better convey the tone and feel of the game. If you like what you hear in the short excerpts used you should support the artists that created them by either buying the games, the films, the soundtracks themselves or – better yet – all three. At InRetroSpectPodcast.com we don’t make a single penny on the podcasts we produce, instead we’re passionate about the games we discuss and in ensuring that full credit is given to the fantastically talented people that make them.