Even though wrestling is obviously real, it isn't for me, but the other 2 topics have got my ear.
Episode 9 - Level 29 Tetris Gods
We interview World Class Tetris Player Ben Mullen and talk about his quest to maxout NES tetris. We also talk about his appearance in the upcoming documentary Ecstasy of Order.
Also, we will be giving away a copy of Ecstasy of Order on DVD. To enter the contest, simply like our Facebook page and comment on the upcoming contest thread.
The Ecstasy of Order DVD contest thread is up on our Facebook page. Simply like our page and like the contest thread for a chance to win. Drawing will be held next Sunday, August 5th.
The DVD drawing is Sunday, two days left to enter!
episode 10 - Legacy of the Arcade Operator
We interview Jesse, the owner/operator of Arcade Legacy in Cincinnati about opening and running an arcade in the 21st century.
http://arcadelegacyohio.com/ - Arcade Legacy website
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Part 1 of 3 of our HUGE discussion on console launches through history. Part 1 has the four of us talk at length about the launches of pre-crash consoles.
I wanted to do a segment on the O2, but i could find NOTHING on the web about its launch. The vcs, intv, and coleco all have pretty good documentation. its kindof funny though, Magnavox is still in business but nobody kept the Odyssey flame alive like INTV did when Mattel pulled the plug on the intellivision.
I will say it seems the early o2 games were pretty much clones of what atari and bally already had on the market (other than the keyboard specific titles). Things didnt start to really diversifiy until later.
i will also add that the O2 has grown on me over the past few years. I have a complete US collection, and at our last Hexadecathlon tournament, Killer Bees! was the runaway favorite game of the event. Since then, three other people who competed at HDC have picked up an O2 and Killer Bees!