Ep. 7 - Hidden Figures in Video Game History

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The first video game was created in 1958 as a physics experiment. Now, video games are a multi-billion-dollar industry - a story covered in Netflix's "High Score." Gaming historian Kishonna Gray joins guest host Matthew O'Mara to discuss the little-known figures who pushed gaming forward, and why they've remained anonymous for so long.
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Nov 13, 2020
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