Golvellius might be the first Zelda like game ever. Published on the Sega Master System in 1988, this game is surprisingly a lot of fun and is something you should check out if you're a fan of the original Zelda for the NES.
Judge Dredd: Dredd vs Death is a FPS released for the Windows PC in 2003 in Europe and 2005 in North America. You play as Judge Dredd as he takes on criminals, zombies, vampires, and the Dark Judges. Good times.
A review of the 1999 PC game Slave Zero for windows PCs. You can grab this game now on GOG.com and Steam, but you probably should watch this review before you do so.
A review of the 1992 PC game Star Trek 25th Anniversary for DOS. You can grab this game now on GOG.com and Steam.
Durham Video Game Convention was a solid effort for a first show. I got me some good finds and would definitely do again. And look at the Nintendo Hodge making another thumbnail.
May 2016 in Waterloo Ontario won't soon be forgotten by me! I had my most successful swap so far and was able to cross off many games that have been alluding me for a while. NES, SNES, N64, Genesis... the list goes on!
Always a good time at the Waterloo Game Swap! This one we see Bill talk down some vendors to some rock bottom prices, Nintendo Hodge scores big time with a rare NES title, trunk deals, and we all bust some chops. Good times, indeed!
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My video with the most views date is Retro Consoles on HDTVs and question I get asked a lot from that video is lag. Well, here I show that if there is, it is lag I can live with. Considering most people have moved on from DVDs, you can save yourself a tone of money by using the up scaling features many DVD burners had. So before you spend hundreds on a fancy upscaling device from China, you might want to check this out.
BuriedOnMars has been on YouTube since 1997. Back then, videos on the internet were created with ASCII drawings using frames. The illusion of motion was created when the user would scroll through them quickly. Hardware requirements included a mouse with scroll-wheel and Netscape 4.0 or better.