I recently did a podcast with the guys at Saving the Game and the new episode posted today. Continue reading
One of the first Atari games I played on my Sears knockoff system was Adventure. Created as a graphic game based loosely on a computer text game, it was Atari’s seventh best-selling 2600 cartridge. Continue reading
Car Wars, developed and produced by Steve Jackson Games, was a favorite of my high school gaming group. (Yes, all four of us.) We picked up the Deluxe Edition one day during a comic book run; epic city demolition derbys became a common weekend pick-up gaming alternative. Continue reading
“Because Mario Lemieux is the guest and they want to have Pens fans there to hobnob.” Continue reading
September 11. Obviously, today will be a day of remembrances, “never forget” mottos, and much more. A horrific day for our country, and one not to be cast aside lately.
But we’re approaching a generation past; children entering middle school didn’t live through the events of that day. We’ve conducted two wars, suffered several more terrorist attempts, and so much more since that horrible, horrible day. What was it like for veterans in 1953, twelve years after Pearl Harbor, an event that launched us into a world-spanning war? Continue reading