Tag Archives: Bill Kunkel

Remembering Bill Kunkel: Capcom v. Data East

In my conversations with Bill Kunkel, he told me a couple of times that he stopped following new video game releases in the 2000s, stating he wasn’t sure any new game release would ever top Rare’s Goldeneye on the Nintendo 64. But if there was a video game genre as a whole Bill didn’t seem […]

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Remembering Bill Kunkel: The ‘Desert Deathmatch?’

While most of my brushes with Bill Kunkel deal with video games, he was also a player in the professional wrestling industry in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. He had stints with magazines and radio shows under the moniker “Potshot,” which I saw him use in a few of his online usernames, and I was […]

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Remembering Bill Kunkel: Make Mine Mario!

I was able to get the chance to work with Bill Kunkel in the late 2000s through a couple of freelance opportunities, and it led to further opportunities where I was able to personally work with him on other projects. For those unaware, Bill Kunkel is considered the “grandfather of video game journalism,” launching “Arcade […]

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