Kristen Sych: CoD Black Ops Cinematics

Interview with Kristen Sych This isn’t a normal episode of Lost Treasures of Gaming.  This week we are joined by Kristen Sych, a personal friend and High School buddy of Syd’s.  Kristen is a cinematics director a...
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Episode 11: Forbidden Forest

Interview with Paul Norman Music plays a very important role in both movies and video games.  Sometimes, it’s a role that seems under appreciated as we try and focus on amazing graphics or addictive gameplay. But neith...
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Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth

Lost Treasures Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth is not exactly a name for a game that rolls off your tongue, but it is exactly the kind of Lost Treasure we like to bring to your attention because there is a good cha...
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Joe Decuir: The Atari 2600 & Combat

Interview with Joe Decuir It’s time to go back to where it all began. Our guest this week was instrumental in designing and bringing the original Atari 2600 console into our lives, as well as the pack in game, Combat.  ...
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Indigo Prophecy

Lost Treasures If you like video games that are more like interactive movies, you are going to love this Lost Treasure. Developed by France based Quantic Dream, Indigo Prophecy (also known as Fahrenheit in Europe) came out i...
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Episode 12: Adventure

Interview with Warren Robinett Adventure. It’s both the name of this Lost Treasure, and the genre it defined. Of course, I’m not talking about the text-only adventure based on Colossal Caves, the the text adventure creat...
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Ninja Blade

Lost Treasures It’s hard to believe sometimes that the Xbox 360 is coming up on its 10th anniversary and as such has produced a string of games that have gotten forgotten about or have become lost treasures as time has go...
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Park Patrol

Lost Treasures Activision is well known for Call of Duty, Skylanders, and Guitar Hero among other games. What you are not likely to hear in the same sentence is a little lost gem from 1984 called Park Patrol. Park Patrol was ...
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Episode 13: Summer Games II & Chip’s Challenge

Interview with Chuck Sommerville When one thinks about the best games on the Commodore 64, it’s hard not to think about some of the amazing sports titles that were released on the system. One that stands out above the ...
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