Roger Moore | STARCADE Reboot!
Roger Moore news about death and new STARCADE reboot news.
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The first thing I want to talk about, and dearest to my heart is the passing of movie legend and icon, Roger Moore. Roger Moore was best know for playing the secret agent James Bond in 7 films ranging from 1973 to 1985. He was my favorite Bond throughout all of the years and he will be greatly missed. Whether you’re a fan of Sean Connery, Pierce Brosnan, Daniel Craig, or any of the others – you have to admit, the guy did a pretty good job in the role. In his passing I took some time to read some of the heartwarming stories people have written about their encounters with him and theres one in particular I will post down below, that I hope you enjoy.
And next, For the fans of the old 80s arcade games, you may have heard of the Arcade Game show STARCADE. Well, STARCADE was the first ever video arcade game show. It was popularly used to showcase brand new arcade games that were coming out. In the show, 2 contestant players would compete in three rounds of playing 3 different games in which the goal was to amass the highest score. The winner after round 3 got to play in the bonus round in which the final prizes were things like a arcade game, a home entertainment robot, or even a vacation. The show had 133 episodes and ran from 1982 to 1983.
Well, The show rights were recently purchased by Shout! Factory and there are plans to reboot the series. This could be interesting as we may see the likes of Playstation, Nintendo, or Xbox competitions in place of the old Arcade styles of the past. If youd like to learn more or just watch some of the old episodes, head on over to starcade.tv and check out their site.
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