Brokentoken Classic Arcade and Pinball Podcast
About This Show
Join co-hosts Brent and Whitney as they share a ‘southern view’ (and some definite drawl) on the vibrant hobby of collecting, restoring and playing the arcade and pinball classics from the late 70′s to today. The podcast covers everything from the golden age of arcade gaming to the newest pinball titles currently hitting the streets and everything in between. Add in technical talk segments, collecting and restoration stories, interviews and sit-in guests as well as game room updates, forum news, listener mail and twitter questions (with the occasional live streams) and you’ve got a couple hours of your life you’ll never get back! GAME ON!
Most Recent Episode
64: Wiggle Your Vectors
I’ll just park that show title right here, and you can thank Brent for that one! Even though February is always a hectic month for us (getting ready for the Louisville Arcade Expo) and such, we didn’t skimp on the free entertainment this month and managed to cram out 3 hours of shop talk on vector HV cages (hence the show title), a DIY Z80 pod for your Fluke 9010 tester, the absolute best IC puller known to man and a multi-Scramble kit that had Brent spending his own money faster than Whitney can – and that’s some trick. We also give the Pins their due and pay some respect to the fantastic PAPA tutorials and the good work done by Bowen Kerins and his team.
Also, we’d like to give a special shout-out to Scott Danesi (www.scottdanesi.com) as he has graciously allowed us to use his MOST EXCELLENT music as the new official soundtrack for the podcast. Yep – we are now officially almost as cool as Total Nuclear Attraction.
Here’s how the timings for the show break down:
* Segment 1 – 00:00 – 01:15 – Monthly updates
* Segment 2 – 01:15 – 01:56 – Tech and Spend Brent's Money!
* Segment 3 - 01:56 - 02:41 - News and Feedback
* Segment 4 – 02:43 – Outtakes!
Episodes of This Show
Dec 31, 2017
Nov 30, 2017
Oct 31, 2017
Rated 5 out of
I really like the show. Keep it coming
You guys are really good at keeping the show flowing. I never thought that any one could talk about hand trucks for an hour and keep me listening. Just kidding love the show:) keep up the good work.
Date published: 2013-11-25