Episode 377 – Seven Hundred and Fourteen Victories

TRL episode 377

This week we sneek a little bit of 1980’s TV & movies in with our discussion of 1990’s TV, movies & games. No matter how challenging it is do document video game history, there will always be people trying to maintain it for future generations. We wonder how many people are out there who beat every NES game but didn’t get credit for it, and our listeners have picked the games that best represent the decade of the ’90s.

This Week in Gaming History

March 1, 1997 – The Nintendo 64 console launched in Europe

Hot Topics

$10k of SNES games lost then found

Virtually Retro

Harvest Moon 64 (Wii U Virtual Console)

NeoGeo Nam-1975 (PS4)

Sir Ababol Remastered Released for Free on NES


Alan Stone, Co-Founder Of Nintendo America, Has Passed Away

Atari’s ‘Swordquest’ comic returns without the game

Sega Sundance Unearthed

Speedrunner finally beats 714 NES games after three years

Trouble in Vega+

Kickstarter: The Commodore Story – Changing the world 8-bits at a time

Caveat Gamer

Harvest Moon 64 (Nintendo 64, 1999) *Reproduction* Non-Playable!

Wii U Demo Kiosk Key And Lock Cylinder

Random Links

System Saturdays – The Brief and Odd Life of the Sega 32x

Preserving the Art of Play

MovieBob – Virtuosity and VR movies of the 90’s

Games of The Week

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Sega Genesis)

Mr. Bones (Sega Saturn)

Freeloader Game of the Month

Beneath the City


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