Playstation Anthology

Playstation Anthology

PLAYSTATION ANTHOLOGY KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED ON APRIL 3, 2017 CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT KICK STARTER Click here for interview with Jean-Marc Demoly To celebrate a console that brought wonder into the lives of so many, and a brand that reshaped the whole entertainment industry, the authors and Geeks-Line retrace Sony’s incredible journey, from the company’s creation following World War II, to the machine’s retirement in the early 2000s. Across 26 interviews, important figures from throughout the era recount their experiences with unabashed honesty, painting a detailed picture of the great venture…

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Neo Geo Anthology: History & Complete Games Library by Geeks-Line — Kickstarter

Neo Geo Anthology: History & Complete Games Library by Geeks-Line — Kickstarter

About this project THE NEO·GEO SYSTEM Neo·Geo. This mythical name is still synonymous with pleasure, happiness and quality to all those who fell in love with it, as well as frustration to all those not lucky enough to have owned one, back in the day. Having first appeared more than 25 years ago, the “Cadillac of Console Gaming” aroused more lustful feelings than any other, still haunting many a gamer’s soul to this very day… It embodied a concept. It brought a dream to life, one that, at the time,…

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The Masters of Pixel Art – VOLUME 2

The Masters of Pixel Art – VOLUME 2

    The second book in the Masters of Pixel Art series is here! Click here to support the Kickstarter The Book This is the direct sequel to The Masters of Pixel Art volume 1, a successful Kickstarter project released earlier this year. The Masters of Pixel Art series is a dedication to all pixel art, presenting a selection of the very best artworks in an exclusive production. Volume 2 is an extremely nice collection of Commodore 64 art (mainly), together with images made on other “exotic low-end” machines like…

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The Masters of Pixel Art” volume 2 Kickstarter

The Masters of Pixel Art” volume 2 Kickstarter

Quick facts about the book and kickstarter for “The Masters of Pixel Art” volume 2: Click here to support kickstarter (same format as volume 1): * typ: hardback * pages: 216 * size: 30,5 x 23,6 x 2,2 cm * weight: 1,450 kg * paper: 150 g silk coated (unique for this book) * cover: white matte textile finish with silver foil * featured artists: 41 * number of images: more than 350 * Physical release, when the books are shipped to customers and backers: 5 dec * Kickstarter release…

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Pre Order N64 Anthology

Pre Order N64 Anthology

Pre Order Click Here 20 YEARS! September 29th, 2016, marks the Nintendo 64’s twentieth anniversary. To celebrate the birth of this incredibly avant-gardist machine, Math Manent has written the most comprehensive and remarkable book about this legendary console. Over 350 pages long, this book inventories and chronicles the entire game library (388 games sold in Japan, the US, Europe, and Australia), sifts through the canceled games, accessories, collector’s editions, and, of course, every Nintendo 64 version and bundle. By interviewing the people involved at the time – Martin Hollis (Rare…

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A Gremlin in the works book Review

A Gremlin in the works book Review

A Gremlin in the works book review by Peter Ward Click here to purchase the book The book comes in a high quality 3mm board slipcase with 2 books 250mm x 200mm, lithographic print, pantone inks, hardback, thread sewn binding. A fantastic 372page hardback book about the gaming company Gremlin written by Mark Hardisty. The paper and print is of a high standard and the pictures within the book are pleasure to look at including memorabilia, game design concept, Letters and staff photos. The pictures complement the high quality content with…

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Memories of a Retro Gamer

Memories of a Retro Gamer

Interview with Andrew Foster by Peter Ward Overview Based upon the memories of a Retro Gamer, this coffee table style book reflects upon computing and gaming consoles such as: the C64, Sega Megadrive, Sinclair Spectrum, Arcades, Gameboy and other various memories from what is now known as the golden age of gaming. “Welcome to Retro Gamesmaster thank you for sparing time from your busy schedule.  Let’s get this interview underway” “What got you into writing books about retro gaming?” Well I’ve always been interested in blog articles and small reflection…

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Mega Visions Interview

Mega Visions Interview

About this project Click here to support the Kickstarter The Official Dreamcast Magazine, SEGA Visions, Mean Machines Sega … these are just a few of the classic SEGA magazines from days gone by. It seems so long ago that there was a dedicated SEGA magazine we could call our own, but the time has come for SEGA fans to get their very own magazine once again! We’d like to introduce you to Mega Visions, which will be a fully digital, bi-monthly publication that will be designed specifically for easy reading on all…

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The Complete SNES book

The Complete SNES book

  The Complete SNES is a comprehensive near 500 page Super Nintendo Collector’s Book. This is the first ever comprehensive book on the Super Nintendo that covers every game released with complementary artwork! Aside from the licensed and unlicensed US releases, this book will also include PAL exclusives, Competition Carts, Homebrew Games and even accessories. This is poised to be the Ultimate source for the Super Nintendo! The book itself will be optimal quality with a large 8.5″ by 11″ size, around 500 beautiful color pages with a glossy hard cover;…

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Commodore VIC 20 A Visual History

Commodore VIC 20 A Visual History

Overview  Click here to support the kickstarter The book Commodore VIC 20: A Visual History is a book about the computer that made Commodore enter the home market, with all its early peripherals. The VIC 20 was the first colour home computer to cost less than $300, the first to sell one million units, the first to have a modem for under $100, and the first approach to personal computing for a whole generation. Many books celebrate the even more successful Commodore 64, but I felt that its little brother…

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