Warpzone, Vintage Stock and other vendors had very busy tables, packed with boxed games, semi-rare titles, loose carts, you name it. And just like at CGE, I wanted to buy every single one of ’em.
Having gotten at least one sharp reminder about on-the-spot financial management at CGE, however, I abstained this time around.
For those not into old-school goodness, Tulsa’s own Strike Zone LAN gaming source, was on hand for a frag-fest. Other systems represented included Intellivision, the exceedingly rare Amiga CD32 on display at Brian “icbrkr” Green’s table (no relation, really), Vectrex, every flavor of Atari you can imagine (including the Jaguar and the home computers), even the Bally Astrocade.