1984 was the last year that the ColecoVision was on the market and it was the best year in terms of innovative games that set the system apart from all of the others on store shelves.
In this issue I give a quick review of Minecraft on the Nintendo Switch and I take a look at some vintage Star Wars Action Figures…and a surprise figure.
This week I’m getting sentiMENTAL about the COLECOVISION again. This time I go back to 1983 and briefly talk about the crash -or- ATARI SHOCK as some have called it and I talk about my 5 favorite games for the system.
I’ve been thinking a lot recently about my first home video game console in the 80s. I absolutely loved the ColecoVision and I still have very fond memories of some of the games I used to play on it. Continue reading “sentiMENTAL – 5 Best ColecoVision Games of 1982”
Disc Jockey Casey Kasem always used to say “Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars” when he would sign off of the American Top 40. I loved to listen to his broadcasts, not just for the music but for his overpowering sense of positivity. To me Continue reading “2 Year Anniversary – Best Of The 80s”
One subject we haven’t talked a lot about on LIVE is video games. In the future we plan on covering some of the games that really impacted us as kids, but for now we talk about some of the games Santa brought us for Christmas 2017. Continue reading “LIVE – Video Games We’re Playing”
Basing movies on video games is a very risky move. We have seen many a movie go down in flames because it is hard to put everything a video game encompasses on the silver screen. Making a movie of an arcade game from 1986 is far more risky. Continue reading “The RAMPAGE Trailer Has Rampaged Into My Heart.”