A show about playing games and making games. Federico and Myke have long been thoughtful observers of the games industry, an industry Shahid has been a part of for over 30 years. Coupling this life-long love of games with a lifetime of experience makes Remaster a show you don’t want to miss.



Latest Episodes

#70: The iPad Pro’s Potential as a Console-Level Game Platform

December 1st, 2018 · 43 minutes

Federico is joined by his MacStories colleague John Voorhees to discuss the potential of the iPad Pro as a console-level game platform and share some of their favorite iPad games.

#69: PokéMaster

November 16th, 2018 · 48 minutes

Our first impressions of Pokémon: Let's Go.

#68: A Good One for the Library

October 18th, 2018 · 44 minutes

Microsoft enters the game streaming arena, and what exactly is an 'Idle Clicker'?

#67: The Switch of VR

October 5th, 2018 · 43 minutes

Nintendo are reportedly working on new Switch hardware, Oculus have announced new hardware, and Google is getting in to game streaming (but not in the way you might expect).

#66: Playing on our Nostalgia

September 20th, 2018 · 59 minutes

Nintendo Switch Online launches, Sony gets in to tiny consoles, and we have some more thoughts on Spider-Man.

#65: Spider-Man: Initial Impressions

September 7th, 2018 · 62 minutes

Our first-look at Spider-Man for PS4, and Federico's experiences with an Xbox One X.

#64: Interview with Martin Jonasson, Developer of Holedown

August 23rd, 2018 · 46 minutes

Considering everyone is totally obsessed with Holedown, Shahid decided to sit down with its developer Martin Jonasson, to find out how the game was created.

#63: The Tax

August 9th, 2018 · 63 minutes

Hardware shake-up at Sony, Fortnite on Android, and 'Holedown'.

#62: NEXT

July 27th, 2018 · 47 minutes

Federico and Shahid (almost) get lost in the infinite universe of No Man’s Sky 1.5 before discussing the future of Xbox and game streaming.

#61: Teaming Up and Future Tech

June 28th, 2018 · 40 minutes

Microsoft backtracks on VR, but gets serious about cross-play, and what if the games you love today were given technology that's on the rise?