The Upper Memory Block
About This Show
The Upper Memory Block podcast is all about DOS and pre-Windows XP gaming. Every two weeks we talk in-depth about a game, game series, company and/or technology from this era. Enjoy!Read more »
Most Recent Episode
UMBCast 111 - One Must Fall
In episode 111, we hit our first fighting game, 1994's One Must Fall 2097 by Diversions Entertainment.
My video research sessions:
One Must Fall 2097 on archive.org:
One Must Fall 1.0 (Demo) on archive.org:
Tomer's interview with Rob Elam on Mobygames:
Part 1 http://www.mobygames.com/featured_article/feature,8/
Part 2 http://www.mobygames.com/featured_article/feature,8/section,31/
Next time, we'll be covering the 1991 Dynamix adventure, Heart of China.Read more »
Rated 5 out of
Every Episode is timeless!
Your podcast is making me lazy! I used to do my own research about old games I'd find myself reminiscing about. Now I just think "Joe will do a show on it". Your podcast is one of the best out there. A lot of people have criticized other great single host retro podcasts like Retrocity and The Retroist for sounding to much like NPR, but they're very focused without the pointless rambling between all the hosts. Your focus keeps my attention ever when covering genres I have no interest in. I have gone back and re-listened to all your old episodes, and they are just as great now as they were when they first when up, since the topics were already about old games! I love it! Thanks for all your work!
Date published: 2014-07-16
Rated 4 out of
A little hit of nostalgia
Every morning as I commute to work, I look forward to travelling through the Upper Memory Block, both revisiting old favorites and learning about the classics I missed along the way. Our host's relaxed style and broad coverage of the story, technology, development story adds depth to what would otherwise be a simple game review podcast. Well worth the listen!
Date published: 2014-05-28
Rated 5 out of
fun look into the past
I love video games. Alot to the games this show talks about are games from the 80s. Brings back memories of my 286 sx with turbo button
Date published: 2014-04-15