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[Read] ➱ Hey Listen A journey through the golden era of video games ➹ Steve McNeil – Ad325ddsc.merlotmotorsport.co.uk For fans of Daniel Hardcastle's Fuck Yeah Videogames and Retro Tech by peter leighEual parts hilarious and informative Hey Listen should be in every gamer's library Lucy James Gamespot An informative For fans of Daniel Hardcastle's Fuck Yeah Videogames and Retro Tech by peter leighEual parts hilarious and informative Hey Listen should be in every gamer's library Lucy James Gamespot An informative accessible romp through the early years of the games industry All hail Il pirata pallido; the gaming hero we never knew we needed Adam Rosser BBC Radio 5LiveSteve McNeil is funny knowledgeable and a massive shameless nerd His brilliant book reminded me just how much of my life I've wasted If the Golden Age of Gaming is a horse then Steve's book is the stable Paul Rose aka Mr Biffo DigitiserA thoroughly enjoyable look at the early days of video gaming comprehensive and fun Loved it Stuart Ashen aka ashensThe 'A La Recherche du Temps Perdu' of the gaming community The 'A La Recherche du Temps Pew Pew Pew' as it were Dara O'BriainIf 'Games Master' was a Nobel title passed on through the ages like 'Duke of York' or 'Rear of the Year' rather than simply the name of a 90s magazine and TV show then Steve McNeil would surely be the current holder of the esteemed position What I'm saying is he knows a LOT about games Scroobius PipTaking us on a historical journey from the very early days all the way through to the late 1990s the book tells the stories of the men and women behind some of the most wonderful and occasionally awful games of the golden age the fierce rivalries bizarre business practices and downright bonkers risks taken during the pioneering days of computer and video gaming This informal yet extremely well researched book manages to educate and entertain in eual measure and this dare I say well informed retrohead actually learnt a good deal A thoroughly enjoyable readMark Howlett aka Lord ArseHugely funny and full of fantastic facts about the history of video games But enough about me; Steve's book is also uite good Ellie Gibson EurogamerA hilarious history of the golden period of computer games from the creator of Dara O'Briain's Go 8 BitIt is fair to say Steve McNeil likes video games He took a Nintendo Wii with him on his honeymoon obviously and spent so much time playing smartphone games in bed in the dark that he got eye strain and had to wear an eye patch The locals nicknamed him 'the pale pirate'Steve's obsession with video games can be traced back to the golden period from the early 70s to the late 90s In this book he will delve into these games from the appallingly bad to the breathtakingly good He will also take us through the nerdy geniuses who created them their fierce rivalries and risks often leading to some of the most farcical moments in the history of entertainmentThis is a story of obsession full of tales of Space Invaders Donkey Kong Mario Sonic Wolfenstein 3D Worms and manyIt will also answer important uestions about the golden age uestions like Why did Namco feel they had to change the name of Puck Man to Pac Man because they were worried about graffiti when Nintendo werethan happy to bring out Duck Hunt?Joysticks at the ready Let's do a gaming.

For fans of Daniel Hardcastle's Fuck Yeah Videogames and Retro Tech by peter leighEual parts hilarious and informative Hey Listen should be in every gamer's library Lucy James Gamespot An informative accessible romp through the early years of the games industry All hail Il pirata pallido; the gaming hero we never knew we needed Adam Rosser BBC Radio 5LiveSteve McNeil is funny knowledgeable and a massive shameless nerd His brilliant book reminded me just how much of my life I've wasted If the Golden Age of Gaming is a horse then Steve's book is the stable Paul Rose aka Mr Biffo DigitiserA thoroughly enjoyable look at the early days of video gaming comprehensive and fun Loved it Stuart Ashen aka ashensThe 'A La Recherche du Temps Perdu' of the gaming community The 'A La Recherche du Temps Pew Pew Pew' as it were Dara O'BriainIf 'Games Master' was a Nobel title passed on through the ages like 'Duke of York' or 'Rear of the Year' rather than simply the name of a 90s magazine and TV show then Steve McNeil would surely be the current holder of the esteemed position What I'm saying is he knows a LOT about games Scroobius PipTaking us on a historical journey from the very early days all the way through to the late 1990s the book tells the stories of the men and women behind some of the most wonderful and occasionally awful games of the golden age the fierce rivalries bizarre business practices and downright bonkers risks taken during the pioneering days of computer and video gaming This informal yet extremely well researched book manages to educate and entertain in eual measure and this dare I say well informed retrohead actually learnt a good deal A thoroughly enjoyable readMark Howlett aka Lord ArseHugely funny and full of fantastic facts about the history of video games But enough about me; Steve's book is also uite good Ellie Gibson EurogamerA hilarious history of the golden period of computer games from the creator of Dara O'Briain's Go 8 BitIt is fair to say Steve McNeil likes video games He took a Nintendo Wii with him on his honeymoon obviously and spent so much time playing smartphone games in bed in the dark that he got eye strain and had to wear an eye patch The locals nicknamed him 'the pale pirate'Steve's obsession with video games can be traced back to the golden period from the early 70s to the late 90s In this book he will delve into these games from the appallingly bad to the breathtakingly good He will also take us through the nerdy geniuses who created them their fierce rivalries and risks often leading to some of the most farcical moments in the history of entertainmentThis is a story of obsession full of tales of Space Invaders Donkey Kong Mario Sonic Wolfenstein 3D Worms and manyIt will also answer important uestions about the golden age uestions like Why did Namco feel they had to change the name of Puck Man to Pac Man because they were worried about graffiti when Nintendo werethan happy to bring out Duck Hunt?Joysticks at the ready Let's do a gaming.

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