Tag Archives: NES Oddities
I was chatting with Kyle today and released how insane 2017 truly has been. This is really crazy considering that I only had 10 months out of the year to do anything. For those of you keeping track of what … Continue reading
Some of you were aware but I was away for training for the past 2 months with very little Internet access. Shit was crazy and definitely challenging. New VGBS episodes were set on autopilot and I tried to promote the … Continue reading
Xander Skullion did an awesome review of my books! This is also the first review on the Nintendo Entertainment System Compendium! It’s great to see other’s perspective on the books.
Rewind Mike picked up a copy of NES Oddities & the Homebrew Revolution from me when we were hanging out at a convention. Since he has gotten it, he has been cursing at me for how much content there is … Continue reading
To say things have been busy in the past few weeks is a grave understatement! I went from shipping out VGBS Season 1 to fully assembling and shipping out three different releases of Black Box Challenge. Some of you may … Continue reading
A huge thanks to the always awesome John Riggs for doing a quick book review of my latest book. Check it out and definitely subscribe to his awesome videos.
After an amazing time at Replay FX, it’s now time to get to get backer items out before heading out to the Coleco Expo this weekend! Both the NES Oddities Books and VGBS Season 1 arrived last week, so to … Continue reading
It’s here! NES Oddities & the Homebrew Revolution is now fully printed and for sale in the Hagen’s Alley Books store. Check it out and find more about it here in this live video that I did.
For the second year in a row I’ll be attending Replay FX! It is this Thursday through Sunday July 27 – 30; four days of retro gaming madness. This convention is really awesome as they have so many pinball and … Continue reading
I’ve finished up the write-ups for the Famicom Disk System section in the Oddities book. As you might be able to tell from the image below, this section consists of FDS games that don’t require knowing Japanese to enjoy. There … Continue reading
Can you hear the gamer’s sing? Singing the song of angry men. It’s the music of the consoles that are on the rise again.