A video gaming breakthrough goes to market just a bit too soon, and ends up in the dustbin of nerd nostalgia.
The Eighties were the golden age of Nintendo, Sega and Atari and the most consistently ridiculous and entertaining concepts in video game history. I Am 8-BiT collects art pieces inspired by this era. Aaron Shaul wishes there were more Konami and Capcom.
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Behind the scenes with The Who were hard work, hard touring, and internal struggles, all detailed by Edoardo Genzolini in Teenage Wasteland: The Who at Winterland, 1968 and 1976.