Quantcast

Post Tagged with: “Creative Genesis”

Creative Genesis: Video Game History & Preservation

Creative Genesis: Video Game History & Preservation

At the 2018 Portland Retro Gaming Expo, Ken Horowitz of Sega-16 did a panel on video game history & preservation, highlighting the need to speak to game developers and preserve game code and documents. The panel discussed the importance of keeping game history alive for future generations, and how even regular gamers can get involved.

read more

Creative Genesis: Master System Games!

Creative Genesis: Master System Games!

Getting a console for Christmas or a birthday is a wonderful thing. iretrogamer’s Tyler Esposito has shared a great video about the time he got his Master System. It’s a story about a father and son bonding over Sega games, and it’s sure to give you some warm fuzzies inside.

read more

Creative Genesis: Custom Game Signs!

Creative Genesis: Custom Game Signs!

A new site offers custom signs that look great in any game room, including those in the beloved Sega style. Laser cut from solid wood and offer lots of style options. If you’re looking for a nice sign to show off, then Geeky Goods may have just the thing. Read on for more details and see if they have the sign for you!

read more

Creative Genesis: Sega at Epcot’s Innoventions

Creative Genesis: Sega at Epcot’s Innoventions

iretrogamer is back with another Sega-related video! This one features Sega’s incredible display at Epcot Center’s Innoventions exhibit. It’s filled with lots of wonderful and rare footage of what were the latest games of the time, so check it out and see what it was like when a hedgehog ruled the House of Mouse.

read more

Creative Genesis: A Sega CD for Christmas!

Creative Genesis: A Sega CD for Christmas!

When you’re a kid, getting a new game console for Christmas is one of the most awesome experiences there is. Imagine getting a Sega CD in 1994, then! Tyler Esposito of the YouTube channel iretrogamer was lucky enough to capture on video his cousin’s odyssey to become two of those kids, and if it doesn’t give you the fuzzies then you’re probably a robot.

read more