Preston is a podcaster, writer, and graphic designer living just outside Atlanta, GA. After buying his first arcade game in 2000, he quickly became obsessed with the hobby and community and never looked back. As co-host of the Gameroom Junkies Podcast, Preston has been sharing his love of gamerooms and the games inside for over three years. The podcast has thousands of listeners and has been featured on Podcrash with Attack of the Show’s Chris Gore and on AVClub.com. Preston and his obsession have been featured in news articles, radio spots, and on Discovery Channel’s television show Auction Kings.
The Dude Abides: The Big Lebowski Pinball Machine Announced
The pinball industry is experiencing a resurgence. In addition to the large-scale operations of the the leading manufacturers Stern Pinball and Jersey Jack Pinball, a few high-end boutique manufacturers have stepped into the spotlight.
The Crazy and Profitable Origin of Ms. Pac-Man
It has been stated that imitation in the sincerest form of flattery. In the early '80s arcade market, imitation was a gold mine. According to a Time Magazine report from 1982, arcade games earned $2.8 billion in quarters in 1980, followed by $5 billion in 1981, which was almost twice the total of th…
10 Classic Arcade Sequels That Were Better Than the Originals
Just like the movies, it is a rare thing for a video game sequel to be considered better than it's predecessor. Check out 10 Classic Arcade Sequels That Were Better Than the Originals.
7 Classic Arcade Games You Can’t Play (Easily) On MAME
Our friends over at Gameroom Junkies are some serious classic arcade and pinball fans. So serious, that they've got one of the best podcasts you'll find on iTunes about collecting, restoring and playing arcade games and pins. Co-host Preston, who lives in Atlanta, was kind enough to share …