ESPN's E:60 newsmagazine ran an evergreen feature last night on the history of sports video games and, while largely a collection of celebrities' memories, it did feature, at long last, a mea culpa of sorts for Shaq Fu, widely regarded as one of the worst video games of all time.

The guy at 0:40 of this video is Sandy Sandoval, a long time EA Sports figure, responsible for athlete outreach. He's the guy someone (or his agent) yells at when he's upset about his ratings in Madden (if he's not doing it over Twitter already). "Probably one of the worst games in EA history," he admits. So, there's that.

Nolan Bushnell, Atari's founder, weighed in on video gaming's roots in sports, and was joined by other luminaries of video gaming history as as Bo Jackson and Vanilla Ice. Jeremy Roenick waxed nostalgic about Swingers, too.

The entire report spanned about 15 minutes; it will rebroadcast on Thursday at 4 a.m. and then Friday at 2 a.m. and 7 p.m., all on ESPN2.

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