Join veteran gamer, video game fansite webmaster, and born storyteller, Rob Strangman as he takes you on a tour of some of the most defining moments in video game history as seen through his eyes. From the fall of Atari to the emergence of the Sony PlayStation and beyond, Rob relates tales of the adventures that were had during the golden age of gaming. Rob also discusses his experiences with importing, the qqgamerqq stereotype, and shares his opinions on the current state of gaming. While Rob may have been the original qqVirtual Caveman, qq he certainly wasn't the only one. Included here are many other stories and contributions from gamers both young and old. Also within these pages you will find interviews with many of the gaming industry's veterans: David Crane, Howard Scott Warshaw, Martin Alessi, Yuzo Koshiro, Kouichi qqIsukeqq Yotsui and more.I bought the occasional game while I was out there, my biggest purchase being a replacement PlayStation 2 and a couple of ... relatively meager PlayStation 2 collection (GameStop was really starting to drop the prices on used games during this time), ... A lot went into savings, but I did use some to buy my first new console purchase in years: an Xbox 360. I wanted to get one to play the upcoming Splatterhouse game, but there were a few other titles I wanted to check out, such asanbsp;...
|Title||:||Memoirs of a Virtual Caveman|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2014-07-06|