October 27-28, 2007|
The Retro-gaming Connexion in 2007 was home to the public debut of the third
production run of Beggar Prince. Playable previews of Zaku for the Atari Lynx
and Super Fighter Block Battle for the mobile phone were also on display.
A member of the Retro-gaming Connexion team named Guillaume Dupré invited
us to attend the event as guests, and arranged for us to stay in a cozy hotel
called the Relais du Pré, which we found very accomodating. Our experience
was particularly interesting and enjoyable because, in addition to presenting
our products to an overseas audience in person for the first time, we also had
the chance to discuss the classic video game development scene as it exists in
Super Fighter Team President Brandon Cobb proudly demonstrates Beggar Prince.
Super Fighter Team President Brandon Cobb (holding microphone) gives a speech
about the company, its games and its future as liaison Guillaume Dupré
eagerly stands by to translate.
The Super Fighter Team table at the Retro-gaming Connexion, which featured:
a fully playable third production run prototype of Beggar Prince for the Sega
Genesis / Mega Drive, a playable preview of Zaku for the Atari Lynx, a
playable preview of Super Fighter Block Battle for the mobile phone and
product information sheets in French.
Super Fighter Team President Brandon Cobb and supporter Kenny Jordan (third
and fourth from left) pose with the Retro-gaming Connexion team.
We also brought along a very rare video game system and four games for everyone
to enjoy: the Taiwan exclusive Super A'can! Shown here is the game Boomzoo, ©