The Obsolete Gamer Show: Andru Fratarcangeli (GaCuCon)

Bringing gamers together in your community can be a daunting challenge be it for a LAN party or an event. Our guest, Andru Fratarcangeli has taken it to the next level working in South Florida to bring together gamers, educators and business to elevate the gaming community as a whole.

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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.

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The Obsolete Gamer Show: Karolina Kuzia (Seven: The Days Long Gone)

We take a look at Seven: The Days Long Gone, the Isometric, parkour climbing, stealth RPG by Fool’s Theory and we’re joined by story designer and VFX artist, Karolina Kuzia who introduces us to this new world and what we as gamer have to look forward too.

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The Obsolete Gamer Show: Frank Azor & Raymond Watkins (Alienware)

We’re talking Alienware on the latest episode of OGS with Alienware general manager at Dell, Frank Azor. Along with Raymond Watkins, technical marketing manager we decided that instead of spending time going over hardware trends and the latest tech we would discuss some of the history of Alienware and the culture behind the company.

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The Obsolete Gamer Show: Nima Fakhara (1979 Revolution: Black Friday)

In our interview we talk about how players have received the game so far which is currently out on Steam and how he feels the game represented the events that unfolded during that time. We also cover his love of music and his journey from Tehran to Los Angeles.

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The Obsolete Gamer Show: Steve London (Halcyon 6)

We talk a look at Halcyon 6 the game inspired by classics such as Star Control, Master of Orion, X-COM, Civilization and new classics like FTL and talk to its composer Steve London who loves classic Commodore 64 and Amiga games, cool pizza toppings and the Toronto Maple leafs.

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The Obsolete Gamer Show: The North East FGC Redevelopment Plan with Triforce Johnson & Wes

Their North East FGC redevelopment plan will give gamers from New York and the Tri-start area more opportunities to prove themselves in a gauntlet (4v4) style team tournaments to earn a place at the top of the eSports food chain.

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The Obsolete Gamer Show: Online Gambling & eSports with Scott Cooley (Bookmaker EU)

We talked with Scott Cooley, the official spokesperson for Bookmaker.eu one of the largest sportsbooks in the world that are now offering betting from some of the biggest eSport tournaments ranging from European Gaming League to Evolution Championship Series and Major League Gaming.

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The Obsolete Gamer Show: Rob McCallum (Box Art – A Gaming Documentary)

We talk with Rob McCallum who’s Kickstarter, Box Art – A Gaming Documentary, explores the history of video game box art and the unsung artists responsible for those images many of us remember and enjoyed.

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The Obsolete Gamer Show: Walter Day

Any gamer worth their controller or keyboard knows Walter Day and his work with Twin Galaxies and our conversation with him covers what was truly the birth of eSports and competitive gaming. We also discuss the changing face of gaming and the effect the internet has had on games and gamers alike and the legacy of Twin Galaxies.

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The Obsolete Gamer Show: Anthony Gowland – Ant Workshop (Binaries)

We talk with Tony about his time working on AAA titles like GTA: Chinatown Wars and Red Dead Redemption and his move to creating his own studio and about his latest game, Binaries, a unique look at the PC puzzle platformer.

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