Saving Video Game History

So a recent talk given by a guy I’ve “internet known” for going on close to two decades now is really really great. He’s a huge supporter of companies getting better about preserving and saving their own history when it comes to video games. Where with movies you can more easily buy or rent or stream classics from all the way back to the golden age of movies, with games, unless a company makes a choice to bring it back to play on a modern system, you have to hope the old hardware still works to play it or “pirate” it to be able to play. Well worth a watch to see the latest trends in preservation, and the work he’s doing with others to help preserve history!