This article was written by Martin Lindell. Swedish video game historian and product manager at DICE. He has written multiple books chronicling Swedish video game history. Enjoy. The clones listed are only the once released […]
This article is subject to change. Please report any errors, typos etc. Updated: December 14, 2017 In the first part about Sunsoft’s Golden Famicom/NES Age, I went through the games of 1988, among which Blaster Master was […]
Richard Robbins was there at the start of Sunsoft of America. He is the son of Joe Robbins, who was the president of Kitkorp. When Sun Electronics (mother company of Sunsoft) bought Kitkorp it was […]
Jan Malmsjö This interview with swedish translator Jan Malmsjö was conducted by “Smart Cat” and posted on the Swedish Nintendo forums sndb.se on January 8, 2010.
In 2013 Stefan Gancer interviewed Owe Bergsten, co-founder of Bergsala AB. The company has been Nintendo’s distributor in Sweden since 1981.
The following interview was originally conducted by Patrick Todd and published to Good-Evil.net on July 16th, 2009. It includes a foreword that expresses how it was difficult to find information on Alberto González, though thankfully […]
This interview with Richard Robbins and Michael Mendheim was conducted by Kid Ferris in 2014 and was published on his blog on November 30 2014. It’s published here with approval from Kid Fenris.
This interview with Ste Pickford was made for a Swedish NES documentary (Dokument NES). It was conducted by Stefan Gancer via e-mail in 2014.