Jason Bennett
Community Contributor

During the 1980s, some kids went to summer camp; Jason spent his summers in arcades. Since then, Jason works to preserve old historical documents by day, and preserve (and play) retro games by night.

Latest posts by Jason Bennett

The Second Act of Steve Wiebe

Ten years after last entering the record books for top score on Nintendo's Donkey Kong, Steve is ready to turn the page.

Plumbing New Heights With the Arcade Classic Marios Bros.

World Record Champions Steven Kleisath and Stephen Boyer showed the classic gaming community that Mario and Luigi still have a few tricks up their sleeves when it comes to Double (two player) Mario Bros on MAME.

Video Game Museum Seeks Extended Play

Even though its doors are temporarily closed, Gary Vincent is hopeful that gamers can come together in common cause to lend a helping hand to keep the American Classic Arcade Museum and its vast arcade game collection primed and ready to go once the COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.

The Arcade eSports Tournament That Refuses To Say Game Over

As sport leagues go on hiatus and eSports migrates to on-line competition, Paul Hornitzky and the M.A.M.E Gaming League are already there. And they're just getting started - again.

Frank Breneman Killed Pac-Man Then Pac-Man Chased Frank Forever

When it debuted in 1980, Pac-Man made a strong impression on gamers everywhere. A select few achieved a world record.

Jeff Wolfe & John McCurdy Are The New Kings of Kong

The classic gaming community was treated to news of an unprecedented event in the world of Donkey Kong arcade competition - a "King of Kong" championship double-header.

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