Old School Gamer Magazine

Old School Gamer is dedicated to the gamer who enjoys everything from Arcade Game collecting – refurbishing – playing to the home console gamer reliving his childhood from the 70s, 80s and 90s and passing it onto the next generation of gamers. Those that collect the arcade machines, bring that back to life and play them, those that collect and enjoy games from the first generation to the current. Free digital subscriptions can be signed up for at FREE Old School Gamer Magazine

Issue #28 – Coming Soon

Issue #27 – March 2022

Issue #26 (January 2022) – Old School Gamer – Rhythm Games

The human race has been obsessed with Music ever since Thag hit a big log with a small rock and Gron started dancing. Music has changed through time to reflect the state of humankind, from Gregorian Chant, Renaissance music, and the Grand Masters to Big Band, Lounge, Rock and Roll, Punk, Rap, Thrash, and Rave music. So it was only natural that music would make the leap to video games… and that’s where this issue of Old School Gamer comes in. We cover it all – from the first early beeps and boops to those magnificent Guitar and DJ emulators.

I know I’ve said this before, but wait… there’s more! We reveal Taito’s new line of video game-based pins, the decline of the Street Fighter series, a look at the early VC-4000 game system, a rundown of the Con scene and, for those who still know what a book is, we have a Book Report from Publisher Ryan Burger! So what are you waiting for? Put on those dancing shoes! LET’S ROCK!!!

In This Issue
  • iiRcade
  • DJ Hero
  • Guitar Hero
  • Frequency
  • Beatmania
  • Revolution X
  • DDR & Pump It Up

  • Jaded Gamer
  • Early Music Games
  • Book Report: Pacman
  • Taito Video Game Pins
  • End of Days: Hyper Street Fighter 2
  • Interton Video Computer 4000
  • Convention Roundup

Issue #26 – January 2022

Special Issue – Old School Gamer Tour 2021-2022

Issue #25 (November 2021) – Old School Gamer – The X-Box 20th Anniversary

Okay, I confess! I started gaming when my Dad brought home a Commodore Vic-20 and a couple of Scott Adams text adventure games. I spent many an hour typing my way through The Count and Voodoo Castle. Then the Commodore 64 came out and I immersed myself into the magic of games like F-14 Tomcat, The Train, and many, many others. Then the Amiga 500 appeared, along with Wings, Cannon Fodder and more. I despised consoles. They were for little kids. Then I got a job at Future Publishing and suddenly I saw the light. Today, I own more consoles than computers.

In This Issue
  • iiRcade
  • X-Box 20th Anniverary
  • J Allard Recalls
  • End of Days: X-Box
  • Dark Side of the Drives
  • Deux Ex
  • Ghost Recon
  • Jaden Berk
  • KISS Psycho Circus
  • Movie Inspired Pins
  • Bueller Pin
  • Convention Roundup
Issue #25 – November 2021

Issue #24 (September 2021) – Old School Gamer – The Console War

Believe it or not, I was not your normal kid. I was obsessed with two things in my childhood – reading, and war. I read Homer’s Iliad at 6, Richard Tregaskis’s Guadalcanal Diary at 8, and countless other tomes on the art of getting your way via vulgar displays of power. Now you faithful readers can read about a great struggle – the Video Game Console Wars – which occurred between 1990 and 2000. The drawnout conflict had many casualties and a few winners, just like all wars. But wait! There’s more… We’re proud to announce our new Pinball section! Every issue, we’ll give you the lowdown on everything PIN. We start this new section with rockin’ coverage of pinball’s hardest-rockin’ machines: Led Zepplin, iron Maiden, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and of course, ELVIS. Check it out!

In This Issue
  • iiRcade
  • The Console Wars
  • Crash Bandicoot
  • Tommy Tallarico
  • Genesis vs. SNES
  • Pinball Palooza!
  • Zach Sharpe
  • Jaden Berk
  • End of Days: AMigao 4000
  • Convention Roundup
  • Save The Cade!

Issue #24 – September 2021

Issue #23 (July 2021) – Old School Gamer – The Adventure Game Issue

Everyone has had at least one adventure. Even that liitle old lady down the block has had some racy adventures at one time… trust me on this one… I’ve had some amazing adventures in my time on Earth, little old ladies not with- standing. Like the time a friend and I thought we had scored the only… Uh, I can’t ell you about that one… There was this time on tour that I ate 3 egg salad sandwiches and on stage, I… Hmm, you don’t need to hear that one… Then there was the time we made a depth charge and put it my Dad’s pool to see what would happen. We set that thing off and… Anyway, my point is that everyone loves a good adventure and this issue of Old School Gamer is packed with plenty of ’em! So put on your Elven cape, grab your walking stick and climb on in!

In This Issue
  • iiRcade
  • King’s Quest
  • Jane Jensen at Sierra
  • Early NES Adventures
  • The Jaded Gamer
  • Click Bait
  • Sega’s Early AdventuresWhat’s Old Is New
  • End of Days: Famicom Disk System
  • Zelda Hits 35
  • WWF Wrestlefest
  • Retromania Wrestling

Issue #23 – July 2021

Issue #22 (May 2021) – Old School Gamer – The Racing Issue

I don’t know anyone who doesn’t like to race. What’s not to like? That feeling you get when you strap yourself in… the scream of engines being revved to the Red Line… the G-forces pushing you back into your seat as your stomp on the gas pedal… the acrid smell of rubber as white clouds of smoke billow from your tires… the scenery that blurs as you accelerate… the thrill of victory as you blow past your opponent… the red light flashing from the Highway Patrol car behind you… the cold steel of the handcuffs… but I digress… If you love going fast, then this is the issue of Old School Gamer magazine for you! So pull on those Italian leather racing gloves and grab this issue!!! Gareggiamo!

In This Issue
  • iiRcade – Wanna Know What’s New
  • Outrun
  • Pit Stop II
  • Brett Weiss’s Bargain Bin
  • Sega Turbo
  • Hard Drivin’
  • Cruisi’n USA
  • Mario Kart
  • End of Days: C64
  • Minicab Reviews
  • Game Gear: Glen’s Retro Show
  • Save the Cade – Arkadia – Arkansas
  • Nox Archaist
  • Once Upon Atari

Issue #22 – May 2021

Issue #21 (March 2021) – Old School Gamer – The First Person Shooters Issue

If there’s one thing I love almost as much as I love guitars, it’s guns… all kinds of guns. I’ve fired everything from a pellet rifle to an M55 self-propelled gun. There’s just something special about pulling a lanyard and then seeing the top of a hill 12 miles away disappear with a huge BOOM! Maybe that’s why I’m such a huge fan of First Person Shooters. I just really like that feeling of reaching out and fatally touching someone… it could be an alien, a Nazi Storm Trooper, a Wild West outlaw… heck, it could even be a laughing dog… We’ve got all kinds of great FPS articles in this issue. All you’ve got to do is set your sights on the pages and squeeze the trigger.

In This Issue
  • iiRcade – Wanna Know What’s New
  • Strife: What’s Old Was New Again
  • Powerslave: Play Like AN Egyptian
  • Light Gun Games
  • Dragon’s Lair
  • Wolfenstein 3D
  • End of Days: 32X and Spiderman Web of Fire
  • First Person Nausia
  • Disruptor: Graig Stitt Reminisces
  • John Romero Reveals All Things W3d
  • Major Havoc
  • Old School Gamer Bookshelf
Issue #21 – March 2021

Issue #20 (January 2021) – Old School Gamer – The Late 1990s Issue

The one thing I remember most about the Late 90s was when they ended at Y2K. 1999 for me wasn’t a Prince song; it was more like a Mad Max movie, as I stockpiled everything I could think of to survive the collapse of society: guns, ammo, body armor, food, water… you name it, I had it! Just like this issue of Old School Gamer magazine! We’ve got the games that made the Late 90s a great time to be alive: Resident Evil, Pokemon, Quake, Croc, Clock Tower, and NHL FaceOff ’98! If that isn’t enough, we’ve also got 25 years of E3 memories (without the hangovers!), another iiRcade Report, a trip into Walter Day’s mind, and my tutorial on demented architecture… no, really! This issue is really packing a lot of heat… just like I am… you know, I look pretty cool in my MOPP suit…

In This Issue
  • iiRcade: Bring It Home
  • Tiger Games – Cheaper Was Better?
  • Game Boy – Early Arcade Ports
  • Gamegear – Hey It Tried…
  • The Unpopular Ones – Ever Heard of These
  • Game Bioy Color – Not Just The Case
  • Theme vs. Design
  • Hidden Gems – N64
  • Diary of an Arcade Employee
  • Intellivision Amico – The Future is Now!
  • Barfighter – You Win Beer!!!
  • End of Days – The Virtual Boy
  • The Atari 2600 Encyclopedia
  • Ed Logg – Rock Star Asteroids Rocks!
  • The Jaded Gamer – SB2 Glossary
  • Joel Billings – SSI Simulations

Issue #20 – January 2021

Issue #19 (November 2020) – Old School Gamer – The Handhelds

Handhelds… What the heck isn’t a handheld device in this day and age? You’ve got handheld phones (I don’t, but that’s another story…), handheld computers… come to think of it, if you’re reading this printed magazine, even it could be considered a handheld device. What we have here are a collection of stories about all the great (and some not so great) handheld games: Tiger Games, the GameBoy, the GameBoy Color, the Game Gear, and one or two more that you might not even know about! Handhelds… we got your handhelds right here! Plus a whole bunch of other great stuff: Asteroids, BarFighter, SSI games, the Virtual Boy, Squids and an interview with an Arcade Employee! So pick up this handheld magazine and get into it!

In This Issue
  • iiRcade: Bring It Home
  • Tiger Games – Cheaper Was Better?
  • Game Boy – Early Arcade Ports
  • Gamegear – Hey It Tried…
  • The Unpopular Ones – Ever Heard of These
  • Game Bioy Color – Not Just The Case
  • Theme vs. Design
  • Hidden Gems – N64
  • Diary of an Arcade Employee
  • Intellivision Amico – The Future is Now!
  • Barfighter – You Win Beer!!!
  • End of Days – The Virtual Boy
  • The Atari 2600 Encyclopedia
  • Ed Logg – Rock Star Asteroids Rocks!
  • The Jaded Gamer – SB2 Glossary
  • Joel Billings – SSI Simulations

Issue #19 – November 2020

Issue #18 (September 2020) – Old School Gamer – The 1990s

The early 90s was a time for change. I went from being a mainframe programmer at a major telephone company to a Managing Editor at Game Players. Grunge stabbed Hair Metal in the back with a rusty fork and everyone breathed a sigh of relief, except for Axel Rose. Ren and Stimpy took over Saturday mornings and no one would ever look at cartoons the same way again.  Here at OSG magazine, we’ve got Adam Goldberg and Jeff Peters! We’ve got NHLPA 93 and Burning Force, along with Final Fight and Virtual Bart. We’ve also got Revolution X featuring Aerosmith, who still kept a-rolling despite the rusty fork in their backs. So grab your beverage of choice, settle down in your comfy chair, and dig in to Issue 18 of Old School Gamer Magazine – The Early 90s!

In This Issue
  • Adam F. Goldberg – Still a NES Kid
  • IIRCADE – Ready For Your Home
  • NHLPA 93 – Fight For Fun
  • Final Fight – Hit ‘Em Hard
  • Virtual Bart – Don’t Have A Cow
  • Jaded Gamer – Walking The Dog
  • Burning Force – A Hidden Gem
  • Gaming News: Robbie Lakeman
  • World Record Update: Billy Mitchell / Paul Tesi
  • Revolution X / Kerri Hoskins
  • Pinball
  • End of Days: Sega Master System
  • TETRIS Community Update
  • NES Reviews
  • Jeff Peters: The Early Days
  • OTTUMWA: The Gaming Capital of the World

Issue #18 – September 2020

Issue #17 (July 2020) – Old School Gamer – Air and Space

Roger, Houston, that’s an affirmative. The suit is perfoming wonderfully. I can hardly tell I went… Ready to continue with pre-launch checklist, Flight Leader. ToeJam and Earl… check… StarFox… roger that… Warhawk… one moment, Houston… uh, check… Space Invaders is a go… Cobra Commander… COBRA COMMANDER? WHERE IS THAT RAT BASTARD? What? Cobra Command… It’s a game? Oh… Uh, that’s a go… Wild Bill Sealey is good to go… Pre-launch checklist is complete, Houston. Payload inventory is complete: Donkey Kong, and Walter Day’s Trading Cards are all secure in the Payload Bay.

Old School Gamer Issue 17 (Air & Space) is ready for launch. Internals are set. Ignition is in 10… nine… eight… seven… six… five… four… three…

In This Issue
  • Toe Jam & Earl
  • The Starworlds Arcade
  • Starfox
  • Space Invaders
  • Cobra Commander
  • Yars Revenge
  • Warhawk
  • End of Days: Warios Woods
  • Donkey Kong
  • Walter Day’s Trading Cards
  • eSports vs. Chris Tang
  • Wild Bill Sealey: The Microprose Years
Issue #17 – July 2020

Issue #16 (May 2020) – Old School Gamer – Late 1980’s

Welcome to the Thunderdome! Two men enter; one man leaves. IT’S DYIN’ TIME!!!… Oops! Sorry… I was reliving the late 80’s… Not an easy task if you were as crazy as I was back then. What we have here is the Late 80’s issue of OSG, loaded with incredible stories about Double Dragons, Robot Monsters, the End Of Days, Defenders, Game-Changing Consoles, Insane Asylums, and a hedgehog named Lizzy. So grab a cold one and dive into gaming history!

I’d like to apologize to Richard Moss for accidently omitting him from The Scribes section. His piece “Mac Attack” was a great expose of shooters that appeared on Apple computers.

In This Issue
  • Prince of Persia
  • Robot Monsters!
  • MSX2: Game Changer
  • End of Days: Magic Knight Rayearth
  • Defender: Eugene Jarvis Interview
  • 80’s Arcade Life
  • The Jaded Gamer: Adventure Writer
  • Genesis: The Launch Games
  • Sega Does What Nintendon’t
  • Double Dragon
  • The Lizzy Hedgehog Story
  • Float In The Fizzy Tunnel
  • Game Gear
  • Super Arcade Controller
  • Retron HD Console

Issue #16 – May 2020

Issue #15 (March 2020) – Old School Gamer – Shooters

Howdy, folks! My name is Bill Donohue, and it looks like I’ll be filling up this box now. If you know me, you know I’m a huge gun fan, real or pixelated. So I’m real happy about Issue 15… SHOOTERS! We’ve got shooters you’ve probably never heard of. We’ve got shooters that existed only on Macs. We’ve also got the classics: Duck Hunt (You know dog is delicious, right?), Sinistar (Face it, the only thing getting eaten is you), and Airborne Ranger (Foon!). So hunker down and set your sights on Issue 15 of Old School Gamer.

In This Issue
  • Konami Shooters
  • Duck Hunt
  • Brett’s Old School Bargain Bin
  • The Jaded Gamer: MMU812A
  • Mac Attack
  • Metalstorm
  • The Super Spy
  • Breakout
  • Video Game Box Art
  • Interview with Jim Levy
  • Sinistar: Noah Falstein
  • The Game Scholar: War Games
  • You Can’t Call It… #!%%$!
  • Ultimate Guide to the NES Library 1985-1995

Issue #15 – March 2020

Issue #14 (January 2020) – Old School Gamer – Early 1980s

We’re very excited to present issue 14 of Old School Gamer Magazine. I’ve been on board since issue 3 and it’s been incredible to see the response and acceptance of OSGM by the community during that time. In this issue, we have an interview with Bob DeCrescenzo, a preeminent Atari homebrew creator. We also have some excellent ColecoVision stories as well as fantastic pieces from our regular contributors.

In This Issue
  • Nolan Bushnell Interview
  • Designer of the ColecoVision
  • Brett’s Old School Bargain Bin
  • Modern Retro Programming
  • A Tale of Two Consoles
  • The Jaded Gamer
  • Coins Detected In Pocket
  • The Game Scholar
  • Moon Patrol!
  • The Walter Day Report
  • 2020 OSG Events Calendar
  • Game Gear
  • HC One-Up NES Arcade Stick
  • Hyperkin HDTV Cable
  • Neo Geo Arcade Stick Pro
  • Bleeps On Wax

Issue #14 – January 2020

Issue #13 – Old School Gamer (November 2019) – Puzzle Games

It’s lucky issue number 13, and in this edition we explore the world of puzzle games. We’ve brought in some exciting new writers for this issue, and we also continue our insightful pieces by Howard Scott Warshaw and Walter Day. This is an issue you need to read from cover to cover (or top to bottom as it were). We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed creating it! Brian

In This Issue
  • Myst
  • Myst: Solve the Original in 30 Minutes?
  • Tetris in Pop Culture
  • Puzzle De Pon!
  • Tetris Attack and Zoop
  • The Birth of an Arcade
  • OSG Events Calendar
  • Game Scholar: Plug and Plays
  • The Best Video Game In The World
  • Bomb Squad or Boom Goes The Dynamite
  • 30 Years of the TurboGrafx-16
  • Convention and Event Update
  • Designing Yar’s Revenge – The Sizzle
  • Underground Retrocade
  • 1990 NWC vs. Dave ‘DLo’ Lopez
  • It’s A Burgertime Party
  • EveoRetroing Out Your Nintendo Switch
  • Street Fighter Replicade
  • NES Encyclopedia
  • Art of Point-And-Click Adventure Game
  • Killer Queen Black
  • Coffee Break Shootout and Total Refill
  • Sorry Sony
  • Great Retro Shops
Issue #13 – November 2019

Issue #12 – Old School Gamer (September 2019) – The 1970’s


In This Issue
  • Magnavox Odyssey
  • A Conversation with Nolan Bushnell, Part 1
  • Space Wars
  • Colossal Cave Adventure 1976
  • Exploring The Classic Text Adventures
  • That 70s Show
  • Space Invaders
  • So You Want To Be A YouTuber
  • OSG Events Calendar
  • Convention Update
  • eStarland
  • Entering the Digitized Era – Part 3
  • Designing Yar’s Revenge – Part 1
  • 8 Bit Hall of Fame
  • Nickelworld
  • Then and Now – Pac-Man
  • Joust and Lonnie McDonald
  • 3 Arcade Cabinets
  • Faster Than Light
  • Sega Master System: A Visual Compendium
  • Great Retro Shops

Issue #12– September 2019

Issue #11 – Old School Gamer (July 2019) – Platformers

I’d like to take a moment to introduce myself. My name is Brian Szarek, Editor for Old School Gamer Magazine. I’ve been with OSGM since the second issue. After reading the first issue I knew that I had to be a part of this in some way. Old School Gamer Magazine is really quite unique and fills a void in the retro gaming community. While there are some great online resources, podcasts and YouTube content providers out there, a bi-monthly print and digital magazine featuring all-new content from some of the industry’s top writers is always a great read. All of our writers are excellent and bring interesting and unique perspectives.

While we’ve had top industry writers, such as Brett Weiss, Michael Thomasson, and Walter Day, writing for OSGM since the beginning, this issue we’ve added one of the top names since nearly the very beginning of home console gaming: Howard Scott Warshaw.

In This Issue
  • Ninja Gaiden
  • Earthworm Jim
  • Space Panic
  • Smurf: Rescue / Pitfall Mayan Adventure
  • Oping On Designing
  • Analogue In A Digital World
  • Atari Program Exchange
  • Ed Hathaway of NE Ohio
  • OSG Events Calendar
  • Convention Update
  • Misadventures in the Golden Age
  • Honoring A Pioneer
  • Mysterious Case of Pseudo-Sonic
  • Kelsey Lewin
  • Retro games on Modern Consoles
  • Nintendo 64
  • Great Retro Shops

Issue #11 – July 2019

Issue #10 – Old School Gamer (July 2019) – Platformers Special Issue


In This Issue
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Arcades: The Granddaddy of Social Media
  • Warlords
  • Warlords and Mega Bomberman
  • Ice Cold Beer and Arcade Tournaments
  • Entering the Digitized Era – Part 2
  • ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove
  • Tecmo Bowl
  • OSG Events Calendar
  • Convention Update
  • Contra
  • What’s In A Name?
  • 3 Big Books
  • The Game Chasers
  • Retro Games On Modern Consoles
  • Nintendo Game Cube Pricer
  • Who’s On The Cover?
  • Great Retro Shops

Issue #10 – July 2019

Issue #09 – Old School Gamer (March 2019) – Simulators


In This Issue
  • The Sims
  • Turn and Burn
  • Fox’s Game: Lucasfilm, Mirage
  • Driver and Driver 2
  • Behind Enemy Lines
  • Asteroids and Beamrider
  • Flip Grip: Bullet Heaven
  • Old Atari on Switch
  • Entering the Digitzed Era – Part 1
  • Intruder Alert… Intruder Alert!
  • Wonderful World of Arcade Simulators
  • Dan Kitchen: 2600 to Modern and Back
  • Dr. Mario and Packie
  • Buying With The Captain!
  • Game Swappers of SoCal
  • Frank Schwartraubner
  • Video Games Debut at Heritage Auctions
  • New Books on Old School Gaming Topics
  • Super Nintendo Pricer
  • Great Retro Shops
Issue #09 – March 2019

Issue #08 – Old School Gamer (January 2019) – Shooters / SHMUPS


In This Issue
  • Galaga
  • An R-Type Revival
  • Atari 2600 Shooters
  • Thunderforce
  • The Art of Shooting
  • 32X – Star Wars Arcade
  • Retroplace
  • Origins of the Name Pac-Man
  • Killer App: Star Raiders
  • Convention Update
  • OSG Events Calendar
  • Darius Series
  • Tetris and Joseph Saelee
  • Joel West
  • Feel The Joy(Stick)
  • Oh My Gosh, They Are So Small!
  • Jason Knigge
  • History of Starpath Corporation / Supercharger
  • Arcade 1Up
  • Great Retro Shops

Issue #08– January 2019

Issue #07 (November 2018) – Old School Gamer – Fighting Games


In This Issue
  • Enter the Fatality: Mortal Kombat
  • Sega vs. Nintendo
  • My Experience as a Expert Witness
  • The Untold Story of Highlander
  • Hopping Zombie Vampires
  • Requiem for Game Room
  • Old School Stuff
  • Shareware
  • Battlezone
  • The Adventures of Stuart Smith
  • Convention Update
  • OSG Events Calendar
  • Reading the Classics
  • Street Fighter II Turbo
  • Before the Dawn of the Street Fighter Age
  • Beavis and Butthead
  • Jayden Burke
  • Pole Position and Michael Klug
  • About Atari: Jamie Lendino Books
  • The C64 Mini
  • Rec Room Masters: AlphaCade
  • Game Shell
  • Game-O-Tron
  • ARpiCade: Raspberry JAMMA
  • Great Retro Shops

Issue #07 – November 2018

Issue #06 (September 2018) – Old School Gamer – Pop Culture


In This Issue
  • Super Mario Bros.: The Movie
  • Tron
  • Rampage Double Feature
  • Fat Albert Saves The Day
  • Stuff
  • Diff’rent Strokes and the Shoot-Out
  • Video Games Live: Tommy Tallarico
  • Intellivision Entertainment
  • How Contagious Was Pac-Man Fever
  • Happy Meal Toys and Fast Food Tie-Ins
  • The Strong Museum of Play
  • Convention Calendar
  • The Movie Favs
  • Game and Market Watch
  • SNES Favorites
  • REBOOTED: Making Old New Again
  • Preserving History
  • Stacy Burns
  • The Power of Glove
  • Convention Update
  • Digital Press Video Games
  • CDi, Turbografx16, Vectrex Pricer
  • Great Retro Shops

Issue #06 – September 2018

Issue #05 (July 2018) – Old School Gamer – Sports


In This Issue
  • Stuff
  • BoomShakaLaka with NBA Jam
  • Mutant League Football: The Interview
  • Early Computer Baseball
  • I Didn’t Know My Retro Console Could Do That!
  • The Sporting Life: Sports Controllers
  • From Pigskin to Pixels: Atari Football
  • Old School Event Calendar
  • Going For Golden Eye
  • Sports Games
  • ‘YER OUT: 2600 vs. Intellivision
  • Sports in the Arcade
  • G.O.A.T.’s of the 21st Century Pt 2
  • Josh Neels
  • Convention Update
  • Take Care of Those Consoles
  • Remembering the Arcade Industry Trade Shows
  • Cool Control from Retro-Bit
  • ColecoVision and Intellivision Pricer
Issue #05 – July 2018
Issue #04 (May 2018) – Old School Gamer – Maze Games


In This Issue
  • A Selected History of RPGs
  • Role Playing Games
  • Nox Archaist
  • Just for Qix: Cadash
  • Old School Event Calendar
  • Wizardry Talk
  • Evolution of Role-Playing Games in Japan
  • Lord British Meetup
  • Brett’s Old School Bargain Bin Dungeons and Dragons
  • G.O.A.T.’s of the 21st CenturyA Few Minutes with Buck Stein
  • Interview with Video Games Monthly
  • I Have The Power: Super RetroCade
  • Boss Fight Books
  • Convention Update
  • Man vs. Snake
  • 45 Years of Arcade Gaming: The 1990s
  • Keyboard Creations
  • Sega 32x and Sega CD Pricer

Issue #04– May 2018

Issue #03 (March 2018) – Old School Gamer – Maze Games


In This Issue
  • A Selected History of Maze Games
  • Pac-Man Merchandising
  • Just For Qix: Wizard of Wor
  • Back in the ’80s Was There A G.O.A.T.
  • Old School Gamer Event Calendar
  • Hyperkin Supa RetroN HD
  • Game and Market Watch
  • Atari 2600 Arcade Companion
  • Raspi-Boy
  • Retro City Festival in SoCal
  • Q*Bert’s Dad Warren Davis
  • |Official Magazine of RSW
  • NES Oddities & The Homebrew Revolution
  • 30 Years of Arcade Auctions In Iowa
  • King of Arcades
  • Mouse Trap and Ms. Pac-Man
  • 45 Years of Arcade gaming: 1984-1989
  • Revising History
  • Mini Arcades / My Arcades
  • Sega Genesis Pricer

Issue #03 – March 2018

Issue #02 (January 2018) – Old School Gamer – Kong


In This Issue
  • Portland Classic Gaming Expo
  • Old School Pinball and Arcade
  • When President Ronald Reagan Almost Came To Twin Galaxies
  • Old School Event Calendar
  • Nintendo 64 Anthology
  • A Gamers Paradise in Las Vegas
  • Game and Market Watch
  • Free Play Florida
  • Pinball Hall of Fame
  • How High Can You Get
  • Where It All Began
  • King of Kong Movie Review
  • 35 Years Later We Celebrate
  • Billy Mitchell
  • Steve Weibe
  • Donkey Kong and Beauty and the Beast
  • 45 Years of Arcade Gaming
  • The Nintendo Odyssey
  • I Didn’t Know My Retro Console could Do That!
  • Inside the Play Station, Enter The Dragon
  • Controlling The Dragon
  • Playstation 1 Pricer

Issue #02 – January 2017

Issue #01 – November 2017

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