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The Fate of Owari

It’s time to shine a light on the need for the historical preservation of retro video games. Join comic illustrator, Dexter Morrill (creator of Power Strip), as he discusses the differing methods and current philosophies surrounding the preservation of video games through his original comic, The Fate of Owari!


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