February 13, 2019
Don't miss your opportunity to be one of the first 22 listeners to a new podcast I'm co-hosting. Retro Game Club is a podcast about retro gaming with a focus on programming, emulation, and projects you can do at home. The show will be on iTunes and all the other usual places soon, in the meantime you can download our first episode directly.
February 10, 2019
Please give a listen to my recent guest appearance on the Pseudo Retro Podcast. We talk about Genesis programming, working at Electronics Boutique in the 90s, ideas you get while driving through Iowa, and the differences between 90s & present day game culture.
January 26, 2019
Continuing my new mission to post random things I inexplicably find interesting - here's a review of Hyper Catalog for the PC Engine CD.
January 20, 2019
My new goal for this site is to just post whatever interests me and not worry about how many people visit. As proof of that, here's a gallery of stationery Falcom posted in 1997 and later deleted. I thoroughly believe I am the only person interested in this.
January 6, 2019
In this demo the main story of days 1-3 is playable. It's a little bit buggy. This is still a long way from being complete or slightly fun. There are 8 days planned in all so this brings me ~38% of the way to my goal of implementing the main plot this year.
January 5, 2019
I was on a weekly retro gaming podcast for 9 years. Some people liked it I guess. Then it abruptly ended. Here are some new podcasts I might consider recording, and why I probably won't do any of them.
January 2, 2019
Am I really starting the new year with a couple scans from a 2002 kid's meal? You're darn right I am. This (small) gallery offers a glimpse into the era after the GameCube launch, before the DS launch, and when Majora's Mask was the most recent Zelda game.
December 29, 2018
In the second installment of Grudge Match it's a battle of arcade ports between two 1980s rivals.
December 11, 2018
OK, this time I really mean it. This is the last catalog I'm posting. I'm serious, at least until next time. Hey, it's Christmas 25 years ago! Where did the time go? Don't you wish you could just move into a 1993 video game store right now? I sure do. Sadly this is the closest we'll get today.