I was delighted to have been invited to participate in a panel at Te Papa on NZ game history preservation this morning, as part of the Game Masters events. The panel was lead by Melanie Swalwell, along with Shane Farrow from the NZ Film Archive, myself, Alan Bell from NZGamer.com
and Adrian Kingston from Te Papa.
The day began with an audio-visual keynote from rhythm game pioneer and musician Masaya Matsuura (NanaOn-Sha
) before launching into the panel. Check out my talk from the panel on VIntage 8 Bit