What kind of gamer are you?

On The Show:

Do you like playing on the new video game systems or are you all about the old school 8-bit and 16-bit games? The Geek Show hosts, Art Eddy and Patrick Quinn talk about which games they prefer to play with their kids!

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Here is what our audience had to say on this topic.

Beau Coffron Have we mentioned old school altered beast or Golden Axe yet? Like the big arcade machines? Those were great.

Judd Albring You ever have the “cool kid” that would stack all his quarters up so no one could play? My place in 82 was the Red Baron Arcade…you could park your BMX without a lock in those days.

Steven Ploschke New school games are better, old school games are just happy childhood memories.

Nicholas Hensley Area 51 would have to be my favorite older game. Loads of memories at the wheel house loosing A LOT of quarters.

Jonathan ThorntonBusted my ass mowing lawn to get my first system. SEGA FOR LIFE!

About The Geek Show Hosts:

Art Eddy 

Art Eddy is one of the co-founders here at Life of Dad. He hosts and produces all of the Life of Dad podcasts as well as hosting a few Facebook Live Shows on the Life of Dad Facebook page. He is one of the main writers on the site. Art loves Star Wars, football (49ers fan), baseball (Red Sox fan), Air Jordans and all things Geek.

Patrick Quinn

Patrick Quinn is one of the co-founders here at Life of Dad. He is one of the funniest writers here at Life of Dad. He has a weekly article called Playlist Elevated where he introduces you to bands that you might not know, but totally should.

 

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