When I’m a guest author (and now YouTuber) at various video game conventions around the country, the
question I get more than any other is, “What is your favorite game of all time?” The answer is always Universal’s Mr. DoIf you haven’t played this classic maze title, you should definitely check it out.

The next most frequently asked question I get from fans is if I’m going to write a sequel to The 100 Greatest Console Video Games: 1977-1987, which was published in 2014. That book has helped me connect with fans like nothing else I’ve ever written. To this day, I get a steady diet of feedback from readers on what for me was a pure labor of love. Many people tell me it’s their favorite book of mine and one of their favorite video game
books all of time.

Two words that are synonymous with the arcade culture of the 1990s. A franchise that sparked controversy, debate, legal action, court hearings, and the introduction of the Entertainment Software Rating Board. (Other titles had a role in the formation of the ESRB as well, but Mortal Kombat was definitely a major player.)

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Brett Weiss (42 Posts)

A full-time freelance writer, Brett Weiss is the author of the Classic Home Video Games series, The 100 Greatest Console Video Games: 1977-1987, Encyclopedia of KISS, and various other books, including the forthcoming The SNES Omnibus: The Super Nintendo and Its Games, Vol. 1 (A–M). He’s had articles published in numerous magazines and newspapers, including the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Game Informer, Classic Gamer Magazine, Video Game Trader, Video Game Collector, Filmfax, Fangoria, and AntiqueWeek, among others.  Check him out at www.brettweisswords.com