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Creating a Game Room: Part 23 - Filling in the gaps

Creating a Game Room: Part 23 - Filling in the gaps

Posted by Kris Randazzo on Apr 14th 2021

The Space Between SpacesWhen the last one of these had posted, that part of the project had actually already been done for a couple of months. It was, as I said, an excellent stopping point, and it wo … read more
SAG Episode 353: The Sone Age Starter Kit - Atari 2600

SAG Episode 353: The Sone Age Starter Kit - Atari 2600

Posted by Kris Randazzo on Apr 9th 2021

Show NotesDan and Kris begin their new monthly segment, The Stone Age Starter Kit. If you had exactly $100 to spend on games for Atari 2600, which ones would be the best way to start your collection … read more
Where's My New Old Stuff?

Where's My New Old Stuff?

Posted by Kris Randazzo on Apr 7th 2021

Everything Old is New Again?It’s been a weird couple of years in terms of attempted vintage console revivals. In the old days before Nintendo reinvented home video gaming with the NES, the Atari 2600, … read more
SAG Episode 352: Overtly Racist Bear

SAG Episode 352: Overtly Racist Bear

Posted by Kris Randazzo on Apr 2nd 2021

Show NotesDan and Kris bring you the March 2021 10 20 30 40 and what a lineup of games we have, including a trio of incredibly influential arcade releases. Plus, Dan painted his house, Kris gushes o … read more
These Aren't the Sequels You're Looking For

These Aren't the Sequels You're Looking For

Posted by Kris Randazzo on Mar 31st 2021

Brilliance can be frustratingNintendo has a history of being unpredictable. This is often viewed as one of their greatest strengths. It’s what gave us stuff like the Wii and the DS. However, it’s ofte … read more