An Incomprehensible Run Down of Video Game Lawsuits

The layperson thinks suing is easy: Party B does Party A wrong, Party A sues Party B and a judgement is eventually passed which finds Party B guilty or innocent. However, in law, absolutely nothing is simple or certain. The endless ins and outs of the proceedings from legal action are extremely tedious to study … Continue reading An Incomprehensible Run Down of Video Game Lawsuits

First Music: The Mystery of the First Video Game Soundtrack

Ever wonder what the first video game with music is? Well, wonder no more: It's Gun Fight by Midway with an adaptation of Frédéric Chopin's Piano Sonata No. 2! Or is it? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5vSZyDhFLo There is something strange about what should be an exceedingly straightforward fact which is the variety as to whether you get a … Continue reading First Music: The Mystery of the First Video Game Soundtrack

Chicago Legacy: Exploring Bally Manufacturing

Chicago's a weird and wild place, having been built and rebuilt innumerable times over the decades. As in all great cities, the new and the old collide into something unique which expresses it's own history. The remnants of what was once the coin-op capital are sparse, but it's a pleasure for me to walk to … Continue reading Chicago Legacy: Exploring Bally Manufacturing

The Nintendo 64 Was the Culmination of 90s Virtual Reality

[This piece is dedicated to the engineers, the idea men, and the business people behind the Nintendo 64 project, first revealed as Project Reality. I am planning to continually update the article as I find new information to paint a greater picture of Nintendo’s most interesting console. If you were involved with Project Reality, please … Continue reading The Nintendo 64 Was the Culmination of 90s Virtual Reality