Let Me Play: Stories of Gaming and Emulation

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Hats Office Books, 2004 - Games - 248 pages
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Do you ever skip dinner to finish that "impossible" level? Have you ever tossed your keyboard out the window after losing a game, or swung your controller around because you lost that power up? Would you like to learn a little bit about the underground world of emulation?

If you answered yes to any of the above, this book was meant for you. With an insider's look at how people interact with the games and with each other, Radford Castro's tales of gaming are almost as fun as playing the games themselves.

  

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Contents

Playing with Uncle in Underoos
15
Experimental Commodore 64Game
33
Gaming Experiences 19851992
51
Gaming Experiences 19921993
75
Discovering the PlayStation
89
Other Great Gaming Experiences
103
The Old Debate
137
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About the author (2004)

Radford Castro is a writer from Vallejo, California. For more than two decades, he has followed the gaming industry and participated in video game tournaments. He has also written short stories about video games for several popular gaming sites and message boards.

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