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We get the full story of ‘the worst video game ever’, E.T on the Atari 2600 in the second part of our interview with the legendary Howard Scott Warshaw!

Plus, win a pair of Play EXPO Blackpool tickets.

Howard’s website: http://hswarshaw.com/

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Show notes:

New Crash Bandicoot is harder than you remember?: http://bit.ly/2sONWZM
Rampage the Movie with The Rock: http://bit.ly/2uySMaF
School Daze remake for Android/iOS: http://bit.ly/2tUuOJg
Star Wars Last Jedi trailer on Apple II: http://bit.ly/2tytitV
Irritating things about modern gaming: http://bit.ly/2tfUyPw

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As well as keeping you up-to-date with the latest happenings in the world of ‘retro’, we also speak to an industry veteran from the video games and computer industry each week.

In our first year we’ve already spoken to the former CEO of Sega, Tom Kalinske, astronaut and the creator of MMORPG genre Lord British, The Oliver Twins who were one of the founders of the British gaming revolution with titles such as Dizzy on the Sinclair Spectrum. See our full guest list here.

We’re both life-long fans of games and technology, so having the chance to chat to our childhood heroes is something we’re extremely passionate about, and this resonates with our loyal monthly audience of over 20,000 hardcore gaming and tech enthusiasts.


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