About this episode:
Tetris has been around since the 1980's and has had a huge cultural impact! Looking at the humble beginnings as test of the early computers to it's modern iteration as a battle royal game. Studies, copy right confusion and law suites. You name it, this little game has been through it all.
- Dustin: Disney+
- Alex: Mandalorian's mini episodes
- Xbox one Surprise Me button: https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2019-11-12-microsoft-tests-surprise-me-xbox-dashboard-button
- Friends Reunion: https://deadline.com/2019/11/friends-reunion-special-works-hbo-max-1202784418/
- Sonic's new look: https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2019-11-12-sonic-the-hedgehog-movie-reveals-less-awful-design
- Kojima's statement: https://www.ign.com/articles/2019/11/12/heres-what-kojima-said-about-mixed-death-stranding-reviews
- Black Adam: https://collider.com/black-adam-release-date-poster/
- Beverly Hills Cop 4: https://collider.com/beverly-hills-cop-4-netflix/
Question from Twitter
- Advice from Boomers that haven't aged well
- Metal Slug Artbook: https://www.bitmapbooks.co.uk/products/metal-slug-the-ultimate-history
- Tetris history, cultural impact and more
Our DnA podcast, is a show about everthing we're made of, except for real science. Join Dustin and Alex, two future thinking, trail-blazing, amazing dudes who grew up in the 90's and have cultivated a vast knowledge of useless pop culture facts plus a sharp wit to use them.