The Obsolete Gamer Show

The show that started it all is back and encompasses all our web series featuring, interviews, gaming news, previews, reviews, trailers, humor, video game culture and more.

The Obsolete Gamer Show: Ben Gold

Ben was a pro gamer and legend at 16 and a member of the inaugural U.S. National Video Game Team. In our extended interview, we discuss what it was like being a gamer during the 80’s, appearing on That’s Incredible and meeting, Walter Day for the first time. If you like classic gaming nostalgia this episode is for you. [...]

The Obsolete Gamer Show: Richie Knucklez

We start our new season dedicated to Retrogaming with the King of the Arcade, Richie Knuckles. Fans of Retrogaming will know him from his gaming achievements, the documentary film, King of the Arcade and of course, Twin Galaxies. In our extended interview, we discuss his experiences running a successful arcade, being a retrogamer and his awesome collection of arcade cabinets. [...]

The Obsolete Gamer Show: Ghana’s National eSports event – Playbox’s Gamers Fest

eSports is taking the world by storm as millions watch gamers compete in fighting and RTS games live and online. Most of us as used to seeing competition come from the U.S. Europe and Asia, but Africa also has a strong eSports community and we were happy to sit down with Aaron Boateng founder and event coordinator of event fest to talk about Ghana’s National eSports event, Playbox’s Gamers Fest. [...]

The Obsolete Gamer Show: Greg Street (Riot Games), Lead Designer of League of Legends

Greg is going to be one of several high-profile guests on the upcoming, GaCuCon Game Cruise convention and event being held in Miami on January 26th thru 30th 2017. Hosted by the Miami based, Game Trep team and Make Games Miami, it’s the first of its kind so we wanted to get Greg’s thoughts on conventions, interacting with fans and being stuck on a boat with nowhere to run. [...]

The Obsolete Gamer Show: Rick Delano (The Principle)

We welcome Rick Delano producer of the documentary film, The Principle to the Obsolete Gamer Show. His film seeks to debunk the Copernican principle and if you are wondering what that it don’t feel bad I had heard it in school then forgotten it too. This was a departure from our normal interviews on OGS, but we all love film and science and when we heard this had some controversy as well we just had to check this out. [...]

The Obsolete Gamer Show: Paula Powered

Imagine being a rockstar, on stage, preforming for your fans. Now imagine using video game inspired music to do it. We sit down with the dynamic trio from Paula Powered the British-French-Digital group featuring, Sally Ann on vocals, Sylvain de St Pierre on guitar and their Amiga 1200. We discuss how they got together and what it is like preforming for gamers and non-gamers alike. [...]

The Obsolete Gamer Show: Sean Kelly – National Videogame Muesum

We sat down with Sean Kelly one of the co-founders of the National Videogame Museum in Frisco Texas. Sean tells us about how they got there from their exhibits at E3 to just how many consoles, games and memorabilia you will have access to. Not only is the museum interactive, but also features rare artifacts and even the actual office of Randy Pitchford, founder of Gearbox Software. [...]

The Obsolete Gamer Show: The Music of Forza 6 with Michael Nielsen and Kaveh Cohen

With the release of the Forza Motorsport 6 video game soundtrack we sit down with composers Kaveh Cohen and Michael Nielsen who talk to us about their love of music not only for video games, but their work in television on shows such as, Wolverine and the X-Men, The Chronicle and The Science of Star Wars and films such as Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant Man and Guardians of the Galaxy. [...]