This post originally came from The Retro Hour - Episode 12 (GamesMaster The Inside Story With Dave Perry) - https://soundcloud.com/the-retro-hour/the-retro-hour-episode-12-gamesmaster-the-inside-story-with-dave-perry by  from The Retro Hour on .

We get the inside story on the 90’s biggest gaming TV show, GamesMaster. Dave Perry tells us where the Golden Joystick idea come from, why he didn’t get along with Dominik Diamond off-screen and what really happened with the infamous Super Mario 64 meltdown?

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Show notes:

MicroBit launches and great projects: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-35824446
Napster founder wants to change the way we watch movies: http://bit.ly/22h4Sn7
Resident Evil is 20 years old: http://avc.lu/1SaVSoR
Is touchscreen now retro?: http://bit.ly/1S612Cx
Sega Humble bundle launched: http://bit.ly/1MpDmfP
Amiga Vampire 2: http://www.kipper2k.com/accel600.html
Are Nintendo killing the Wii U this year?: http://bit.ly/1MlFJQB
Nintendo’s N64 website is still up: https://www.nintendo.co.jp/n01/
Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade ported to C64: http://bit.ly/1UJWUwS
Man arrested for not returning 14 year old VHS: http://on.wsoctv.com/1Ri6gyA

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