We have been guests on a few other podcasts! If you like what we do, and want to learn more about us, or orher podcasts to listen to check out hte episodes bellow.
Alex gave a wonderful interview detailing the inception of his work, the books, and the podcast over at The Video Game News Room Time Machine . It is well worth a listen for some behind the scenes information. A special thanks to them for having Alex on!
We were on Pixelated Audio with Bryan and Gene! We covered a swash of games! We looked at how the technology changed over the years, and how those limitations dictated the style and tone of the music. We look at roughly seven years spaning 1977-1984. If you are interested in video game history check out Bryan and Nathan's deep dives into the music, composers, and artists that brought the games to life. A big thanks to them for having us on!
Alex and Jeffrey were on The 42 Cast . Nathan was gracious enough to have us on, We give some personal life background, and go into Alex's work with video game history. We also talk about the podcast, its inception, and so much more! Check it out!
Alex was on the Video Game History Hour a podcast put out by the Video Game History Foundation. Alex talked with them about the great video game crash. They also talked a little about They Create Worlds, the book and the podcast. Even if you heard our three parter on the Great Video Game Crash you will find new tidbits in this episode!
We were both interviewed by Pete Pappavaselio of Behind the Podcast ! We talked with Pete about some of the things that go on with the production of each episode. The editing done by Jeffrey, and the research done by Alex. We also go into some of our favorite franchises, where we see the video game industry going, and give a few insights into our personal lives. A good listen if you want to learn a little more about the people behind the show! Thank you very much to Pete for having us on, and the wonderful converation!
Alex returned as a guest on the Video Game History Hour a podcast put out by the Video Game History Foundation. Alex talked with them about the iconic game SPACEWAR. Going into the history of the game, his work with the Smithsonian, and all sorts of tidbits about the creation of the game. He corrects some common misconceptions, and provides a new perspective on the game, its development, and more!
Alex was a guest on Super Mega Crash Bros. Turbo as a guest discussion his work on the book, podcast, and blog. They look into what got Alex started in his video game history journey. His views on some of the other media dealing with video game history. They explore some of the surprises Alex found in his research. Specifically the saga of the 100 yen coin shortage in Japan. Thank you Laceya and Stephen for having Alex
Alex was a guest on the Level Zero Podcast. He discussed the history of Sega and was featured on parts two and three of the series. Level Zero is a scripted podcast that provides a historical perspective geared for general audiences. There is humor, and fun for all! We would like to thenk them for having Alex, and encurage you to listen to listen to the whole series starting with part one.
Alex was a guest on Modo Historia Podcast as a guest discussion his work and looking at fifty years of comercial video games. We would like to thank Guillermo Crespi for having Alex on. The links are to a YouTube videos of the episodes!
Alex returned as a guest on the Video Game History Hour a podcast put out by the Video Game History Foundation. Alex was on to discuss Computer Space. The first commercial video game put out by Nutting Associates and Nolan Bushnell. They go over all the things that went into the creation of the game. They discuss the controversey, and why it is hard to get historical information that is accurate about the creation of Computer Space.