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The Video Game Years was an internet documentary series by Retroware TV that premiered on Febuary 21, 2012. It is narrated by Andrew Bates. The series is free to watch on YouTube and on Retroware TV, and is also on Amazon Prime.

Although not owned or produced by Classic Game Room, Mark Bussler makes several apperances.

Contributors (alphabetical)[]

  • Derek Alexander - Happy Video Game Nerd / Starship Amazing
  • Clint Basinger - Lazy Game Reviews
  • Brent Black - Brentalfloss
  • Mark BusslerClassic Game Room
  • Justin Carmical - Jew Wario / You Can Play This
  • Norman Caruso - The Gaming Historian
  • Pat Contri, Ian "The Gaming Gadfly" Ferguson and Frank - Pat the NES Punk / The Punk Effect
  • Lance Cortez and John Delia - Retroware TV
  • David Crane - Video game designer
  • Joey "Roo" Desena - 16-Bit Gems
  • Dan Eardley (Pixel Dan) - From Pixels to Plastic
  • "Big" Mike Falkingham and Terence Kelsey - Charge Back Forward
  • Alli Flanagan - 8-Bit Alli
  • Ben Hall - Video Game Take-Out
  • Arin Hanson - Egoraptor
  • Jay Hatfield, Billy Hudson and Darryl "Dodongo" Hatfield - The Game Chasers
  • Jared Knabenbauer - ProJared
  • Chris Kohler - Editor of Wired
  • Eric Lappe - Let's Get
  • Greg Lesondak, Travis Baker and Greg Johnson - On Being Human / The Humans Are Coming
  • John Lester (John Gamester) - Gamester81.com
  • Jason Lindsey and Paul Quinn - Metal Jesus Rocks and Drunken Master Paul
  • Shane Luis - Rerez
  • Kieran MacFarland - Boomstick Reviews
  • Bob Mackey - Retronauts / Editor of 1UP.com
  • Mike Matei - Cinemassacre.com
  • Johnny Millenium - Happy Console Gamer
  • Howard Philips - FMR creative director of Nintendo of America
  • Joe Redifer and David White - Game Sack
  • Keith Robinson - President of Intellivision Productions, Inc.
  • James Rolfe - Angry Video Game Nerd
  • James Ronald - Epic Game Music
  • Joe Santulli - The Videogame History Museum / Digital Press
  • Tommy Tallarico - Video game composer / Video Games Live
  • Howard Scott Warshaw - Atari programmer
  • Kevin Willingham - Retroactive

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