Three decades of your favorite video game journalists have been united to collaborate on a new print & digital gaming magazine RETRO.
WELCOME TO RETRO:
Do you long for the great video gaming magazines from back in the day? Magazines with some heart and soul without all the big media fluff? We sure do, and that is why video game auction site GameGavel.com and the RetroGamingRoundup.com podcast decided to team up with some of the most popular and influential gaming journalists and personalities from the past three decades to introduce an independent print, digital and online publication dedicated to the past, present and future of the video gaming pastime that will hearken back to the amazing magazines from the 80's, 90's and early 2000's.
ABOUT THE MAGAZINE:
RETRO will be offered in BOTH digital and print editions and published bi-monthly starting January 2014!
Each issue will be a minimum of 52 pages on high-quality gloss print with a thick stock cover, utilizing a maximum of 4 pages for ads.
ALL PRINT subscriptions will include the digital enhanced versions free!
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I was handed this little gem the other day and thought I'd share it with everyone -- it's really exciting getting to see behind-the-scenes footage like this, and hope you enjoy it. It's a documentary about the making of the documentary "It's Dangerous To Go Alone...The Movie
). When I did the interview with the director a few weeks ago, I had no earthly idea what he and his crew had been through just to make it as far as they have. I feel more than honored they included me in the circle of interviews they chose. This mini-documentary is a testament to just how difficult it can be to produce something like this, especially on a shoestring budget (well, in this case, no budget at all!).
I would like to say that I appreciate the work that goes into this sort of production and truly hope these guys can finish it up. Keep it going! (BTW, your Evil Overlord has a tiny cameo at about 7 minutes, 45 seconds!).
A Documentary about the Making of the Documentary "It's Dangerous To Go Alone...The Movie". from Joe Granato on Vimeo.