Thank you Sega-16.com for spreading the word! Dr. Ken Horowitz is the founder, and he's the real deal! I met him at MGC and besides being a really nice guy, turns out he's the author of "Playing at the Next Level: A History of American Sega Games", and the upcoming "The Sega Arcade Revolution: A History in 62 Games". check out his fantastic website and books! Read the interview here!
REVEAL: Console Cabinet "N"!
The current Console Cab "K" design is what we'll be using for most of the systems available for play in 816. However, for Nintendo consoles we wanted to do something special, so today I am proud to unveil the 816 Console Cabinet "N".
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Working on something different each day to avoid burnout! Today, marquee graphics. From the popular to the obscure, 816 will have it all!
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Jason Hedlund and I noticed the monitor on-screen menu popping up intermittently when we put pressure on the control panel or lower right bezel. Figured the MDF had expanded due to spring humidity and now the monitor buttons were being pushed on by the bezel. Sure enough! I came to Pixel Blast with a jig saw and cut out a notch for the buttons, the problem is gone! Thanks to Trickman Terry for the assist! That's why this is a prototype cabinet, and why we're beta testing!
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