5 Video Game Consoles You Never Knew Existed

The last three decades of the 20th century were a hard time if you weren't Nintendo, Sony, Sega, or Atari. While the monster consoles dominated the market, several young hopefuls tried their hand in the console arena and were crushed under the weight of their competition. Panasonic M2 It was pretty ballsy to advertise your... Continue Reading →

Atari Signs Deal for Centipede and Missile Command Movies

Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films (EFO) has just shaken hands with video game forefathers Atari for the ability to produce two feature films based on arcade games Centipede and Missile Command.  Atari CEO Fred Chesnais told Deadline they were: “thrilled to partner with Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films to develop feature films based on two of our most beloved titles. Centipede and Missile Command are... Continue Reading →

Geek Fuel February 2016 Review

Subscription boxes. I love them. I love watching other people love them. I love waiting for them. I love tracking their fedex progress. But mostly, I love opening them, and then telling you lot all about them. I've dabbled in Arcade Block, Loot Crate, and 1Up Box but this month I went with Geek Fuel... Continue Reading →

Archive: Video Games As Art?

(February 2014) If there's anything a question mark in a title does suggest, it's a controversial discussion. But the rise of artistic expression seen in various aspects of video game development from graphics, backgrounds, and renderings, to soundtrack and aims have had the care and attention usually admired of pieces of art. These things are... Continue Reading →

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