Here are the links to the second year
worth of Retrogaming Times!
issue we asked the question, "Are classic games going to become the next
hot collectible?" We also saw the conclusion of the Return to Pacman
story, the first of my prose stories.
was the first issue to feature a Table of Contents. There was also a
debate between myself and Chris Cracknell over limited edition carts.
big topic this issue was a look at the IDSA and their attack on MAME and
sites that carried MAME.
- This issue features the sweet sixteen ladies
of classic video games. There is also an interview with Frank Traut on his
Scott Adams CD and I do an article on collecting marquees.
marks the debut of Alan Hewston as a regular writer for the newsletter. He
is second only to Fred Wagaman in total number of contributions. There is
also a review of the Intellivision Lives! CD.
- I started a new prose story this month, The
Valley of the Centipede. Also, the legacy of Billy the Block, our mascot
Hewston interviews Brian McKee, a programmer for Atari Games. Geoff Voigt
takes a loving look at the Commodore 64.
the twentieth issue, there are a plethora of top twenty lists. We also
look to the future for the final issue of Retrogaming Times.
- An interesting issue with
the conclusion of the Valley of the Centipede story, a list of warning signs
that you may be a classic game addict and an interview with a Mythicon
cart. No one can say we are the same old stuff every issue!
- We look into the gaming zone this issue, you know that
magical place you go when you are so deep into a game, the world doesn't
exist. We also reveal the winner of the Retrogaming Times Logo contest!
- Doug returns to do an article from Europe and we look
at video game acronyms.
- This issue features a review of the Classic Gamer Expo,
a show I was fortunate to attend. By attending the show, I was able to
review two different MAME joysticks and the great Classic Gamer Magazine!