This is an awesome remix to “E-Pro” which sounds an awful lot like it came from a Game Boy.
Alright, so maybe it’s not exactly a podcast but, it is an excellent ongoing web series that mainly revolves around old DOS games. However, there is a host of other videos by him including hardware reviews and “let’s play” features. If you haven’t already seen his stuff or if looking through the roots of computer gaming without a Wikipedia page is something you’ve been yearning for, indulge in the plethora of videos from Lazy Game Reviews.
Official site: http://www.lazygamereviews.com/
YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/phreakindee
Pier Solar might not be well known to the general public but it deserves plenty of attention because it harkens back to the “golden years’ of RPGs, something I think all gamers can come to appreciate. Pier Solar and the Great Architects is a homebrew game for the Sega Genesis and with your help, it can get a major HD release onto other consoles! If an old-school, 16-bit RPG interests you even the slightest bit, donate to the developer WaterMelon and help them reach their goal!
It’s an old one … boy have things changed. Thank the Internet for this fragment of mainstream reporting of the video games industry.
Ever wondered where DRM (digital rights management) got its infamous start? The idea spans decades of methods to hinder unlawful copying and just as many if not more workarounds to circumvent the strategy. Lazy Game Reviews takes us briefly back in time to view some interesting and even bizarre tactics to put off pirates …