Retro Game Master has a new home in North America, streamed live on Kotaku every week at 8 p.m. eastern.
But what if you miss it?
Don't worry, we've got your back. Unlike television, we don't tuck away our shows after we're done "airing" them. Feel free to hop on over to the page dedicated to all things Retro Game Master to read up on our coverage or hit up the links below to rewatch, or watch for the first time, the episodes we've already aired.
And don't forget to swing by on Thursday at 8 p.m. eastern to watch the show live and comment with fellow fans.
This first official U.S. airing of the show, known as Game Center CX in Japan, uses dubbing for the announcer's voice and subtitling for Arino's.
In this first episode of Retro Game Master, our hero, Shinya Arino, faces off against grueling Nintendo Entertainment System game Ninja Gaiden.
Released in Japan in 1988 on the Famicom to coincide with the release of an arcade game by the same name, Tecmo's Ninja Gaiden featured 20 levels spread... More »
In this second episode of Retro Game Master, our hero, Shinya Arino, faces off against Sega Mega Drive classic Super Fantasy Zone.
Released in Japan in 1992 on the Sega Mega Drive and Europe a year later, Super Fantasy Zone didn't make it to the U.S. More »
In this third episode of Retro Game Master, our game-testing everyman, Shinya Arino, faces off against Bonanza Brothers.
Released in Japan in 1990 as an arcade game, Bonanza Brothers was later ported to a number of systems including the Sega Mega Drive. More »
In this fourth episode of Retro Game Master, our game-testing everyman, Shinya Arino, faces off against Solomon's Key.
Released for arcades in 1986, Tecmo's Solomon's Key was brought to the Nintendo Entertainment System, Sega Master System, Atari ST and other consoles. More »
In this fifth episode of Retro Game Master, our game-testing everyman, Shinya Arino, faces off against Clock Tower.
Clock Tower was released for the Super NES in 1995. More »