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A 9-Year-Old Plays Dreamcast in 2016

I couldn’t wait for the US launch of Dreamcast. I mean that literally. I first saw Sonic Adventure running on an import Dreamcast at an independent game store nearly a year before its US launch. 675 more words

Video Games

Tennis Game Review Set

The wonder of Wimbledon is here! Get into the swing of things with these two tennis games that offer fun learning opportunities and “service with a smile” thanks to affordable prices below $20. 409 more words

Michael Siebenaler

Sad, Sad Lot of Sega Sports for Dreamcast

The Sega Dreamcast is a sad, almost Shakespearean climax to the great Saga of Sega. Long accustomed to being second or third banana to Nintendo in the domestic Japanese video game market, Sega’s aggressive marketing, lack of censorship, and early entry into the 16-bit market meant that its Genesis console carved out a worldwide niche for itself. 502 more words

Thrift Finds

A New Virtual Reality for Sports

Ever wonder what it’s like to play in tennis against the best in the world? How about playing basketball against the MVP Kevin Durant? I’ll tell you how: virtually put yourself into their world. 309 more words

Kevin Durant

Anyone For Tennis?

Tennis has its roots set firmly in videogame history. Pong, which is regarded as the first commercially successful arcade videogame, is based on the sport. Although Pong still remains an iconic game today, a lot of other games based upon the racket sport have come and gone, and simply been forgotten about. 963 more words

Random Thoughts

Episode 39 - Living in the Virtua World [Podcast]

On this week’s Urban Tennis podcast, we discuss how Martina Navratilova and Lindsay Davenport will fit into their new coaching roles, debate our choices for the 2015 International Tennis Hall of Fame, play and compare Virtua Tennis to other sports’ video game franchises and analyze the WTA’s new media rights deal. 190 more words


Mandate Radio: Ep. 50 (9/17/2014)


Mandate Radio: Ep. 50 (9/17/2014)

Happy Wednesday Everyone! and welcome back to Mandate Radio! Pete and Frank are here for some late night action. Pete talks about his younger days as a slam poet. 43 more words