Each of the gang does a show 'n tell for one "great find" from their collection. Former Atari, Sente, EA, Sega guy Roger Hector is interviewed regarding his IOS-and-card game "Seriously!?". Martin Touhey is interviewed regarding his upcoming documentary "Inside The Dragon's Lair".
The gang reconvenes after E3 2013 to discuss show highlights and anticipated games on the horizon. Which systems will succeed or fail? Speculation continues. Also an exclulsive interview with John Hardie and Sean Kelly of The Videogame History Museum live at their E3 exhibit.
It's all about SEGA. And believe it or not, XBox ONE. We're rather drawn into Microsoft's latest announcements as we celebrate the history of one of favorite developers (Sega!). Discussion about the early days of Sega, interviews with NAVA attendees about their whereabouts on 9/9/99, and a guest appearance by Game Refuge co-founder Brian Colin are all packed into this segment.
We're back! The gang starts a new season of chatter. In this episode, discussion of PAX East 2013, an interview with one of the developers of a new videogame trivia app (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/videogame-toribia/id615865575?mt=8), and conversation on Bioshock Infinite.
Episode 7 "From the Future!". We discuss PAX EAST highlights, Digital Press' presence and involvement in PAX EAST, rumors about the next generation of console gaming, and a VERY SPECIAL interview with Mr. Robert Jaeger, programmer/designer of the original Montezuma's Revenge for Atari 8-Bit computers.
In this chaotic episode we discuss our favorite video game rumors. Polybius, E.T. cartridges buried in the desert, PS3 slim, Wappy Dog, XBOX360 2 not being able to play used games and many others. We can't promise that this one has any great semblance of structure, but it's a pretty fun listen.
In this episode we discuss: THE Nintendo Entertainment System ... and NOTHING ELSE. That's right, an entire episode dedicated to our personal memories, recollections, experiences and only slightly misrepresented historical events related to Nintendo's first, fondly remembered and in some cases finest system!
In this episode we discuss and examine some interesting game console controllers from the history books, we delve into a poignant listener question about the fate and possible future of Mega Man Legends 3 and we get some great hands-on time with the Sifteo modular portable game console ... block, thingy. It's really cool.