Who are the people who appear on the show?
This page will describe some of our guests and also frequent callers to the program.
We have had several people from both the retroverse and also the real world on to discuss various goings-on in gaming culture. Here are a few of the regular ones.
From Bloodpool (Actraiser). He's a simple guy, likes farming, hates angels, big fan of the Master. He's a little grumpy.
We have our own team of field reports who occassionally come on to tell us about the goings-on in the Retroverse.
We have a few regular callers that are notable. By notable me mostly mean annoying. We've hung up on most, if not all, of them.
Sgt. Cole Nami
Sgt Nami is a manager at the bookstore where Steven works. He is very passionate about literacy and education. He also has nothing to do with aliens.
Gerald is very particular about accuracy in video gaming. We're not really sure why, but he is willing to go to great lengths to prove his position.
Greer is a friend of the show who doesn't call very much, but is somewhat excitable and generally worries about other people a lot. Rumor is that he is a character from another medium that wandered into the retroverse by mistake.
The kidnapped Princess from Dragon Warrior who annoyed both her captors and her rescuer away. Now she's searching for someone to smother codependenly.
Jake thinks he knows more about games than he actually does. He's the type of kid that used to spread rumors about games on the playground, but now he has a larger audience because of the internet.
Phillip is a talk radio aficionado who tends to call in whenever something strikes his fancy, whether he understands the conversation or not. He doesn't quite understand the concept of a non-political talk show.
Stevee Lee is a guitarist for a band that frequents high school dances all over Wisconsin. His hobbies include arguing in the comment boxes of YouTube videos about music techniques and complaining that Classic Rock is "too complicated."
Timmy is a very dedicated and young retro gamer who just isn't very good. His enthusiasm often overshadows his ability, and he looks to the program for help.