I am the biggest Dragon's Lair (and laser disc games in general) fan out there. I have no problem with you mentioning DL on all your shows. I hope you will continue doing so for all your future show
I'm a DL fan as well; I say it's about time we listen to a new Don Bluth interview
One helpless girl, one bad guy, one hero: Don Bluth Radio, 'cos rescuing is good!
lol, you know, after hearing the voiceover for Dragon's Lair talking (listening to Shane playing some video clips and only hearing audio), I recognized the narrators voice from various other works, mostly cartoons. I gotta get his name and it's right on the tip of my tongue, too. Think I heard him on Spider-Man or the Hulk cartoon.
Yeah, Nuki, that would be a good intro, and we could have the movie voice over guy record it. "In a world where...." "One man.." "This summer" ya know who I'm talkin' about. Now we just gotta pitch the idea to Shane.
Hell, he could do "LSD Radio" (LaSer Disc)
The narrator for Dragon's Lair is Michael Rye.
I am a big fan of Dragon's Lair and laser disc games myself. I started listening to RGR because of a link I saw on the Dragon's Lair Project website (www.d-l-p.com) 4 years ago and have been a regular ever since.
If any of you have played laser disc games at CGE or CAX you probably have Steven Hertz to thank for it. He has brought his incredible collection of laser games to both shows for several years.
I have my own collection of laser disc games that are in my living room:
I am the one that sent that link in about Dragon's Lair on a cel phone. I could not imagine that being any good.
Thanks for the heads up!
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"Consider the improbable is possible"
How about one show you have a segment talking about the history of laser disc games? Most people think there were only 3-5 of these games made when there were about 47. I am sure the guys at the Dragon's Lair Project (www.d-l-p.com) would be glad to help (as would I). I have learned a lot from that website!
I remember the interview you did with Warren Davis and he said he never got to play Us vs Them after he designed it. I converted my MACH 3 to an Us vs Them and it is a great game. It is a shame few people have even heard of it, much less played it.
Hi Steve. I knew it was you. Who else would use a Badlands death scene as their avatar? :-)
Thanks again for bringing those games to CGE. That is the only time I got to play Badlands and Super Don Quixote (other than Daphne).