Reheated Pixels is the brainchild of comedian, film-maker and writer Pete Prodge, a technology and gaming enthusiast since the mid-1980s.
The aim is to spew out a load of videos covering historic computer, console and arcade games, with occasional looks at the ephemera and culture of retrogaming. It’s not just about the well-known titles, there’s a lot to be said about the obscure oddities too.
You can expect fresh insight on a load of ones and zeroes that used to sit on shop shelves. Reheated Pixels can go into geeky territory, yet also retains a sense of fun.
This isn’t going to be for the po-faced. With a healthy attitude to pricking the pompous, as you saw in Amiga Power and Your Sinclair, Reheated Pixels has no shame in being rather silly and leftfield at times.