Tue, 14 April 2015
The University of Michigan's Computer and Video Game Archive houses a collection of approximately 6,000 titles and consoles, from Atari 2600 to modern independent games and hardware. The Archive is a public resource, and allows both students and members of the community access to games as part of their assignments/research. David Carter is the university's Video Game Archivist (among many other things), and joins the show to discuss the archive's history and place in the University.
(Note: This episode was reuploaded after finding a production goof in the original.)