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    FEATURES VIDEO GAMES Interview: Tim Skelly One of a growing list of unmasked, eager-to-talk game designers, Skelly's topics include his recent game Reactor, his days at Cinematronics and theta wave meditation. Interview by Neil Tesser. Video Games Go to the Movies Tron and Starblasters are sure-fire evidence of Hollywood's latest love affair. Sue Adamo files a report. The Art of Video Games How do all those pretty pictures get on to the video screen? Bob Mecoy provides some answers and also takes a revealing peek into the future. Coleco Has a Vision- Better Games for All What's in a name? Steve Bloom examines the past, present and immediate future of this extremely ambitious toy manufacturer. SPECIAL SECTION ROGER DIONNE'S A BUYER'S GUIDE TO HOME VIDEO GAMES Dionne dissects 19 of the most popular and/ or up-and-coming cartridges, including Defender, Star Strike and The Quest for the Rings. Adapted from the Banbury book. DEPARTMENTS HYPERSPACE A few words of hype from the editor. DOUBLE SPEAK Some words of advice from our readers. BLIPS Death of a gamer, Applefest reviewed, new software on the block, Apollo's story, the latest legal news, last call for computer camp. DR. VIDEO Ever wonder what all that game playing is doing to your eyes? Our resident optometrist, Dr. Arnold Sherman, has. BOOK BEAT John "Hey Buddy! Can You Spare a Quarter?" Holmstrom can't stand all those "beat-the-games" books. Can you? COIN-OP SHOP Nobody reviews 'em better than Eugene "Defender/ Stargate/ Robotron" Jarvis. Everyone's favorite game designer takes a look .at Turbo, Zaxxon, Dig Dug, Robby Roto and Grand Champion. HARD SELL Got $300? Wanna blow it on a TY-game system? Roger Dionne narrows your choice down to Intellivision and Astrocade. COMIC RELIEF Vidiosyncratic views of arcade life from Matt Howarth, Lou Stathis, Peter Bagge and John Holmstrom (again?). Illustrated OUTTAKES
  2. Retromags Presents! Video Games Issue 02 (October 1982) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: VGBounceHouse    Edited By: VGBounceHouse    Uploaded By: VGBounceHouse    Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
  3. For me I think it would have to be PC Accelerator... Its fun, irreverent and doesn't take itself all to seriously.. In a way it reminds me of Classic Game Room and CGR Undertow in a way.... and Star Wars Episode I the PCXL edition had me in stitches... But enough about me... Which was your favorite?
  4. Check out Gameo Magazine's debut issue, featuring an exclusive interview with Origen's Xpeke! http://www.gameomagazine.com We are open to any questions, comments and feedback you have, as we mold this figurative clay into the best publication available! Do you love video games, board gaming, competitions and related collectibles, and the people and events behind them? Do you feel that current publications are outdated due to their long lead times? If so, then support Gameo Magazine on Kickstarter! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1613745453/gameo-magazine-bi-weekly-gaming-magazine Gameo will be released on a biweekly basis in both print and digital formats, and the best part is that this will be your publication! Do you want gaming-related cosplay? Done! What about in-depth analysis of the business side of the industry? No problem! Retro coverage? You bet! Reviews of board games and memorabilia? Sure! Interviews with gaming luminaries? Ditto! This will happen if we raise a modest $1,000 to handle initial infrastructure and our first print run! Share this with everyone you know, and in all the groups you are involved with both online and off! Game on with Gameo Magazine! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1613745453/gameo-magazine-bi-weekly-gaming-magazine
  5. If someone produces a fake video and plays it off as real, should they be held legaly responsible for injuries sustained by others who attempt to copy the actions without knowledge that it is faked. In today's society, a video can go "viral" in a matter of seconds. This means that it is seen by millions before it could ever be taken down. Realize also, it is a legal fact that once something is on the internet for longer then 3 seconds it is considered to be always available on the internet. Notice how the video in question "Megawoosh" does not have any disclaimer showing that someone should not try this at home. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILD97YEAn6E Based on my knowledge and experience in Personal Injury Law, I believe that this will be the new frontier for injury claims. Without a disclaimer (hey, even McDonalds Hot Coffee has a disclaimer that it is hot)or some other form of "Do Not Try This At Home" (even car commercials tell you that it is a stunt driver on a closed course), I believe that these people could be held accountable for injuries that are caused by people trying this at home. This leads to the next question, if video's on the internet are grounds for Personal Injury cases, does that mean that without proper warnings and disclaimers that video games could be next? All Comments are appreciated and I will attempt to answer any questions I receive.
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