Ep. 19: Game Preservation Society’s Geimu Documentary Series

Damian Rogers from Japan’s Game Preservation Society joins us this week to talk about their new documentary series: Geimu. Born out of necessity during the pandemic to replace their annual in-person summer event, Geimu episodes highlight well-deserving Japanese game developers who might not normally get as much media attention. Episode one, 芸夢 [gei·mɯ] File #1 – Yūichi TOYAMA〈外山雄一〉~Pioneer of Modern Real-Time Strategy Games~, puts a spotlight on Mr. Toyama, a pioneer in the RTS genre. 

See more from the Game Preservation Society:

YouTube: /GamePreservationSociety

Twitter: @gamepresintl

Website: gamepres.org/en

The Video Game History Hour music is Blippy Trance by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/