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So You Want to Work in Video Games?: The Journey to Vector

It wasn’t easy for a kid growing up in Russia to get his hands on video games. But like a lot of kids of Andrey Revenko's generation, he managed. In 1997 his parents bought him the Dendi Console as a birthday present. Dendi was an unofficial hardware clone of NES, which was very popular in Russia and other Post-Soviet countries. A couple of years later when computer clubs became popular in Moscow, he made them his second home. He remembers a small room with five old and malfunctioning PCs...

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