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Honoring The Legendary STAN LEE

Honoring The Legendary STAN LEE

We here at the Nostalgia Road Trip are saddened to hear of the passing of comic legend Stan lee.
A man’s who’s contribution to Pop Culture cannot be overstated. A visionary that revolutionized the world comics by giving readers an endless, imaginative playground filled with the most incredible characters ever.

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STAGE 18: Fighting Games

STAGE 18: Fighting Games

If you were an avid arcade player and had access to coins at any time in the early to late 90s, whether it was at your local convenience store, video store or Family Restaurant, chances are you’ll have spent all of your time and quarters (or tokens depending on the place) on a video arcade. More Importantly on a fighting game … hammering buttons, frantically waggling a joystick to execute a devastating final blow to beat your opponent and pumping your parents pocket change into Street Fighter 2 , Killer Instinct or Mortal kombat.

The arcades have all but died out now, but the love for these time consuming franchises has never died, So put away those quarters and enjoy these amazing beats from the greatest console fighting games in this special STAGE of the Retro VGM Revival Hour!

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STAGE 9: Sega Dreamcast

STAGE 9: Sega Dreamcast

15 years ago today, the Sega Dreamcast made its debut in Japan (the US release date was famously 9/9/99). This machine left a lasting mark on the world of video games and our hearts. From second screen gameplay to online multiplayer to DLC, the Dreamcast was well ahead of its time. Let’s take this opportunity to examine what made the Dreamcast special, and pay respects to one of the most innovative and amazing systems to ever grace our homes.

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Saturday Morning Breakfast Mix – Fantastic Four

Welcome to the Saturday Morning Breakfast Mix! A show that remembers and honors those great cartoon shows that many of us grew up with. Whether you were an 80s kid or a 90s kid, we all remember those Saturday mornings just sitting in your living room/bedroom wearing your footie pajamas with a box of cereal In hand and enjoying hours upon hours of television geared towards you.

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