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Ah, I see the where this is going... it's the old chestnut about trying to making a videogame show that caters to the average joe on the street. I've always found the Cheeky Scot Diamond to be pretty entertaining, from the point of view of his risque references and childish humour. 'When Games Attac...
- Thu Jan 18, 2007 6:23 pm
- Forum: Article Suggestions & Pitches
- Topic: Forget the arcades of the 80s - remember the computer shops
- Replies: 57
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It's a shame that One Step Beyond in Norwich ended in such a bad way. I used to work there back in the mid-eighties, when it was calld Brainwave (and before that I used to hang out in there after college). The whole culture was different then. They used to give me the tape or disk to load in the mac...
- Thu Jan 18, 2007 6:12 pm
- Forum: Retro Games
- Topic: Atari 400 - holding back the years
- Replies: 4
- Views: 475
Ah, one of my more recent additions to the collection was a nice boxed Atari 400. It came with a couple of carts, including Decathlon. I dug out one of the original Atari joysticks and got down to some frantic waggling. Apart from the fact that the joystick almost came apart in my hand (an excuse I'...
- Thu Jan 18, 2007 6:07 pm
- Forum: Off Topic
- Topic: What's your favourite TV programme?
- Replies: 49
- Views: 3685
The Bill, is that damn serious still running? Well that's ITV for you I guess. Well, I would have to say 24 is one of the best tv series around. And keeps getting better. Jericho looks promising for a new series. Dead Zone is pretty clever, although a bit dull at times. Torchwood is blows hot and co...
Hi, I just wanted to correct one of the above posts. The terrible Italian channel was called Games Network.. Gamer.TV is the series run on Bravo. It's not too bad, at least now the presenter is back to being a voice-over again. Nothing retro though.. unfortunately. I used to like G@MERS, but it got ...
Ah, well as we're all getting to know each other, I thought I better sign up and join the crowd. It's Gary from Norwich Retro Gamers. Probably one of the oldest 'retro' guys around here... 37.. :roll: I've been gaming since 1980, after moving to a little seaside village in Norfolk and being seduced ...