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The inside story on the Sony Playstation with Anthony Caulfield who talks about the upcoming final instalment in the From Bedrooms To Billions trilogy, “The Playstation Revolution”.

From Bedrooms To Billions: The Playstation Revolution: http://kck.st/2927RIn

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Show notes:

Dan’s video from Play Expo: https://youtu.be/voCh0LVxz40
Invention of the browser toolbar: http://bit.ly/2dhbtpK
7 Ways games sucked that kids know nothing about: http://bit.ly/2dSSs3k
Use modern printers with old computers: http://www.retroprinter.com/
Super rare Nintendo ‘Mokey Magic’ arcade found: http://bit.ly/2dZN8du
Is the price of retro games trending down?: http://bit.ly/2dPIc8l
Wolfenstein engine previewed on Amstrad CPC: http://bit.ly/2dpmcSe
China bans gaming at night: http://bit.ly/2dBQmz7
Terry Pratchett’s daughter wrote new Tomb Raider: http://bit.ly/2edY96q

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