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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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Jack Kortkamp (Atari Troll) shows off his collection of Borg-related Atari 2600 hacks, as well as games from his collection.
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Resistance is futile!
   
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Lynda Baker had an assortment of board games, action figures and video game merchandise for sale.
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New card games and action figures.
   
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Shawn Jones from the new video game magazine Video Game Collector.
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Oversized pages from the first issue of video Game Collector.
   
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Pieces from the OKGE Museum, including an original Odyssey pong system.
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A Qb Special Edition package. This limited-run of Qb was hand numbered and signed by author Andrew Davie and featured a wooden box.
   
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More items from the OKGE museum, including an autographed Dragon's Lair lunchbox.
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Everyone has time for Tempest 2000 on the Jaguar!
   
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The Goat Store attended the show with a selection of merchandise for various systems.
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The Goat Store's booth.
   
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Game Rush, Blockbuster's game "store within a store", made an appearance at OKGE.
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Another view of the Game Rush booth.
   
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PC's and Such
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Vintage Stock had a wide assortment of games for sale, as well as some items on display in this glass display case.
   
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Vintage Stock
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Another shot of the Vintage Stock booth, where you can see refurbished game systems available for purchase.
   
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Jesse Hardesty (looking at the camera), the primary organizer of the Oklahoma Gaming Expo, takes some time out from his busy day to spy the Vintage Stock collection.
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A Neo Geo system and games.
   
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Another Neo Geo system being enjoyed by fans.
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An assortment of games and systems at Greg Little's table.
   
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Messiah Entertainment was demonstrating their new wireless controllers at the Oklahoma Gaming Expo.
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MMORPG Money with tons of boxed games for sale.
 
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