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Author Topic: Classic Gaming Expo 2007 4-DVD set - now taking pre-orders!  (Read 1047 times)
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« on: February 19, 2009, 10:09:00 AM »

Quite a while in the making, the 4-DVD box set covering every keynote presentation of the 2007 Classic Gaming Expo is now available for pre-orders at last.  It's quite Atari-heavy, but also features Jay Smith talking about the Vectrex and Microvision, the Intellivision and Activision guys, and an interesting panel on whether or not video game magazines have a future.  Fun stuff - nearly 12 hours total!

Here's the table of contents:

Disc One
Jay Smith - Father of Vectrex (50:06)
The Activision Designers (57:55)
featuring Glyn Anderson, Steve Cartwright, David Crane, Garry Kitchen
Programming The Atari 2600 (58:00)
featuring David Crane, Keithen Hayenga, Bob Polaro, Steve Woita, Steve Wright

Disc Two
Al Alcorn: Where Did Atari Come From? (59:21)
The Making Of Intellivision (1:01:12)
featuring Glyn Anderson, Keith Robinson, John P. Sohl, Dave Warhol
The Future Of Video Game Journalism (52:42)
featuring Chris Bieniek, Chris Kohler, Bill Kunkel

Disc Three
CGE Auction 2007 (dangerously close to 3 hours!)

Disc Four
CGE Stories (53:03)
featuring John Hardie, Sean Kelly, Joe Santulli
Alumni Dinner 2007 (41:34)
featuring Al Alcorn, Walter Day, Garry Kitchen, Bill Kunkel, Keith Robinson
CGE Bonus Features (1.6+ gigs)
with photos, programs and more from World Of Atari through CGE 2007

All discs are dual-layer region-free NTSC DVDs.

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