Episode 36 – Michael Thomasson is awesome!

Michael Thomasson runs Good Deal Games. He attends several classic video game conventions each year selling homebrew titles for many different systems, and he has been in business for 15 years. Michael also happens to be the man who put together the world’s largest video game collection (according to some book called the Guinness Book of World Records).

We held a panel at CORGScon 2014 with Michael and it went very well. But Michael is a type of guy that could carry a podcast hosted by a broom, so we don’t want to take too much credit.

Episode 34 – The Awkward Adolescence of Gaming

This episode has been in the pipeline for a couple of months. So rather than break it in two, this mega-episode will pass the three-and-a-half hour mark. Chris, Tatton, Becky, and Steve talk in depth about video gaming’s adolescence. The change from 2D to 3D was only a part of this transformation. Join us, Jeremy Freedman has a taco waiting for you…

Episode 33: Ep32 DLC – WHY?

NYPWP loves our listeners! Therefore, as a special gift to everyone out in internet classic/retro/vintage video game land, you can hear the rest of our riveting conversation on modern gaming (Episode 32) for the low low cost of FREE!*

*conversation is not about modern gaming, but is Chris, Tatton, and Scooter in a car talking about their current mindset about the hobby.

Episode 30 – SPORTSBALL!

Tatton, Becky, Chris and Linda take a trip the Louisville Slugger Factory to visit their Pinball to Pixel exhibit on the history of sports pinball and video games. Sports video games are the bane of game collectors. While the hate is mostly justified, sports video games play a critical role in the history of the industry, and there are several great classic video sports games that appeal to more than digital meatheads.