This podcast has jumped up towards the top of my listening list with just two episodes and here is why:
1) The subject matter - old games - is one I love and want to hear more about
2) The hosts sound like they know what they are talking about, and have actually read and/or played the games they are discussing
3) The hosts sound like they are having fun, don't spend their time trash talking some other game system or podcast, and manage to keep the conversation family friendly without a lot of vulger language
4) While there are a few minutes of general "catch up" talk at the beginning, the hosts quickly get to the subject matter and move briskly through the conversation. I have yet to waste 20 minutes of my life hearing about their newest video game or TV addiction.
Again, I have only listened to two episodes, but so far I would recommend this podcast 100% for anyone interested in hearing about older game systems.
PS: I am leaving this same review under episode 1 because I have the same feelings and I don't want to have to type a whole new review to say the same thing