After an extended absence your favorite classic gaming podcast crew is back (and Frankie is sitting WAY too close to the microphone)! The topics on the table in this episode are: The Dreamcade Replay, The Kickstarter Bubble, and Greg shows off his gorgeous Nomad screen mod! Download the MP3 version here:
Our seemingly never-ending discussion on all things related to the Retro VGS/Coleco Chameleon nears the inevitable conclusion that we all knew it was destined for, and Greg shows off his amazing Game Gear and Atari LYNX screen and video-out mods!
The Digital Press Podcast crew visit the inaugural "A Video Game Con" (AVGC) in Parsippany, NJ and chat with arcade legends Billy Mitchell (Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, Centipede) and Joel West (Berzerk, Frenzy).
In our Season 3 finale author of "Console Wars", video game historian, and self-professed fan of Greg: Mr. Blake J Harris drops by to hang out and share his thoughts on the memorable battles fought between Nintendo and Sega.
As the reality of our friend, founder and fearless leader transplanting himself from the lush toxic waste dumps of New Jersey to the vast expanse of Texas sets in, we set out to catalog our knowledge (which is admittedly spotty at times) of the one and only Mr. Joe Santulli! The Our Brooklyn Bytes podcast team joins us for this "SUPER-TRIBUTE-CAST" where we touch on some significant classic gaming things that Joe played an integral part in and we all recount our fondest memories/experiences with him over the course of the past decade.
The regulars (Frankie, Mike and Greg) chat with Paul Solomine about his fully Kickstarter funded North Jersey video game convention: A Video Game Con (http://tinyurl.com/lqd8bdz), the upcoming cartridge based console: The Retro VGS and the preservationists at the Electronic Frontier Foundation taking the fight to the Entertainment Software Association!
The first podcast of 2015 includes some things to look out for while collecting for Nintendo 64 (N64); Leonard Herman joins the gang to reflect on the legacy Ralph Baer has left for all of us; Show & Tell includes custom-made Mike Tyson Punch-Out hardcover books and the new AT Games Atari paddle controllers.
The gang convenes during the holiday season of 2014 to talk about some of their memories of great Christmas gifts or nightmares of working in retail; the question "what is the most technologically superior Atari 2600 game" is addressed; show & tell includes videogame items new and very, very old.
The Videogame History Museum has found a permanent home; the gang discusses recent trends in "finds" as they're reported on the internet; show & tell includes a collection of rare boxed NES games, a Dreamcast flash mod and the Intellivision and Colecovision Flashback.