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2004 Oklahoma Gaming Expo Photo Gallery

 

Photos by Albert Yarusso

Oklahoma Gaming ExpoWe attended the 2004 Oklahoma Gaming Expo, which was twice the size of the 2003 show and attracted more attendees and vendors. Great fun was had by all, and we brought several new games to the show as well as demos of several games in development for the Atari 2600, 5200, and ColecoVision. Posted here is a gallery of over 100 photos we took at the event, captioned so you can see what you missed if you weren't able to attend. We had a blast at this year's show and we look forward to the 2005 event!

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MegaManFan and MrsMegaManFan, who were invaluable in helping setup, work, and tear down the AtariAge booth for OKGE.
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Tim Wilson came up from Austin, Texas with me to attend OKGE, and also was a huge help before, during, and after the show.
   
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Ethan Nobles interviews "The Fat Man" George Sanger for a newspaper article.
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Next to the AtariAge booth was a wonderful display of Commodore computers and systems.
   
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If you were hunting for games at OKGE, you were at the right place!
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Games for just about every system were represented at the show.
   
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Jeff Cooper had a wide variety of classic gaming merchandise and games for sale at his table.
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An import Space Invaders 25th Anniversary running on a PS2.
   
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Homebrew Vectrex games and a Gamecube.
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Jaguar and Lynx games were also to be found at Brad Prillwitz's table.
   
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Protector SE on the Atari Jaguar. Note the custom controllers on the left.
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Game Crazy had a wide variety of games and systems available for purchase.
   
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You can bet that this cocktail Galaga arcade game was very popular! Don't know if it went home with anyone, though (there's a $1,200 price tag on it).
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A rare Joust cocktail where the players sit side-by-side. This is the first one I've ever seen!
   
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A Namco Classic Collection arcade game, and Drug Wars.
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A beautiful Multi-Williams cabinet, Bubble Bobble, and another multi-cabinet on the right.
   
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A New-Geo arcade cabinet and the always popular Ms. Pac-Man.
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A rare Atari Liberator arcade game, based on the Atari Force comics.
   
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Two more Atari arcade games, Roadblasters and Toobin'.
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Atari's classic 3D Tank shooter, Battlezone.
   
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Space Duel (one of my favorite Atari vector games) and Gorf.
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A chopped Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles pinball game. The legs on this beast are much shorter than normal--you have to sit down to play it!
   
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GameXchange had a selection of Jakk's TV Games units, as well as a variety of classic game systems for sale.
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Shrinkwrapped video game consoles for sale at the GameXchange booth.
 
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