Gamer Profile: Richard Garriott

Richard Garriott de Cayeux is an English-American video game developer and entrepreneur. He is also known as his alter egos Lord British in Ultima and General British in Tabula Rasa....

Gamer Profile: Walter Day

Walter Aldro Day, Jr. is an American businessman, historian, and the founder of Twin Galaxies, a video game related company. Day is an authority on video game scorekeeping records who in 2010 retired ...

Profiled: Judy L. Tyrer

When you have a passion for games that stays with you your entire life and the drive and focus to peruse what you want in life you can achieve great things. That was just one of the many things we lea...

Profiled: Derek Smart

When you have a chance to talk with someone who created over 17 games you’re going to want to pick his brain on the state of gaming today in comparison to gaming in the past. Derek and his independe...

Profiled: Brad Smith

Gamer Profiles heads to the great white north to talk with developer, Brad Smith on his latest project titled, Lizard. His Kickstarter brings us a cool platformer for the NES where you explore an 8-bi...

Gamer Profile: Carrie Swidecki

There was something cute about those twin dragons Bub and Bob that hooked me into the game. Plus I loved the simplicity of the graphics and the background music. This was the 1st game that I became ob...

Troy Doerner: Cosplay Deviants

My favorite classic game would have to be the original Dragon Quest. I remember playing it when I was younger and spending hours simply exploring what (at the time) was a massive open world. I also lo...

Gamer Profile: Stephen Barton

I loved 3D Monster Maze on the Spectrum ZX, but Doom really reset the bar entirely. The soundtrack was awesome (especially given the resources available), but what really got me hooked was that it was...

Profiled: Daryl Rodriguez & Jeanette Garcia

World 1-1 is the first in a documentary series on the history of video games. This chapter is about the early years including Atari and how they helped to create a new industry. It focuses on the busi...

The Gamers of Origin PC

The fall of 1993 was when I really began paying attention to PC games when my uncle purchased DOOM for his PC, I was completely hooked on that game. Consoles introduced me to gaming the PC has kept me...

JerseyJosh: Game Casa

Zelda was the first game that got me to think and prove I was the smartest. Beating that game was my greatest accomplishment until the first time I got to second base....

Arthur Lewis: Alienware

So this gamer profile is a bit different, Arthur Lewis was kind enough to talk with J.A. Laraque at E3 about his love of classic video games. Click below for the audio interview....

Kevin Wasielewski: Origin PC

We caught up with Kevin at E3 to talk to him about his love of Classic gaming. Check out the interview link below....

Grace Snoke: Video Game Scoreboard

I think it was because it had a story to it. There was a reason for you to explore the land and find everything. It made you think and starting that at age 9 or 10 or so...It made me fall in love wi...

Glen McNamee: Obscure Internet

By the geniuses at Sensible software it's a game I still play it regularly today, because the game play is fantastic, there is still is absolute no other game like it. It's weirdest games ever, a stro...

Catherine Welch: Game Casa.net

Because of the great memories with friends and the catchy intro song..lol girl answer..as far as Oregon Trail, I loved the hunting..getting kids ready to play Cabela's Grand Slam Hunting!...

J.A. Laraque: Obsolete Gamer

I remember watching my friend play it and it was so much fun to watch. I could sit there for hours watching him play and to me that says a lot about the story and action. When I finally got to play it...