Florent Gorges, Marc Pétronille, Sébastien Mirc, Nicolas Gilles, Bruno Rocca, Steve Schneider, Greeg Da Silva, Douglas Alves, Thibaut Gauthier
If mankind were to name the five most significant arcade games in their history, there's no doubt that Space Invaders would make it into the short list. However, even if this Taito hit is one of the greats of this world, the fact remains that the genesis of its development is still relatively unknown in the West.
For its first issue, the Pix'n Love mook invites you, against a backdrop of interviews and original documents, to dive behind the scenes of its creation, or how the famous shooter has managed the feat, despite itself, of causing a real shortage of 100 yen coins in Japan!
Wishing to tell the story of video games through its people, its machines and its great innovations, Pix'n Love #01 lays the editorial foundations of a long collection in the making, analyzing the past with a neutral and definitively objective look.
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