I was at the Portland Retro gaming Expo I got to take a look and New Wave Toys for the first time and they had a lot of their future and current projects on display. I must say I was very impressed.
New Wave Toys Qbert Replicade Key features: *Replica Q*bert arcade machine in 1/6-scale*Plays the original Q*bert arcade ROM and Warren Davis’s previously unreleased sequel Faster Harder More Challenging Q*bert*Fully functional knocker coil*Arcade operator’s menu with customizable DIP switch and operational test mode*Miniaturized control panel featuring reproduction ball-top joystick and buttons*Plug-and-Play HDTV connectivity*Cabinet constructed from traditional materials including wood, metal, and plastic*Illuminated marquee and cabinet accents*Replicade signature amplified mono audio reproduction with volume control*High-resolution cabinet art reproduction on quality 3M vinyl overlays*Diecast metal coin doors with storage compartments*High score saving with non-volatile memory*Built-in, high-capacity rechargeable battery*Premium LCD color screen 4:3 aspect ratio (vertical orientation)*Officially licensed Gottlieb branding
Sega recently released the Genesis Mini 2 and Mega Drive Mini 2 in their respective regions. 61 games are on this thing so let’s see how it is.
7 years after its initial closure, PlayStation Home on PS3 has been (partially) restored! The Destination Home team has been working for years to get a working online client up and running, and they’ve recently launched a closed beta which I had the chance to checkout. So join me in a crazy nostalgia trip as we explore Central Plaza, play some bowling, and play some games! I also had the chance to speak with one of the lead content developers for their valuable insight on what it took to get where they are today, and what’s coming in the future. Buckle up everyone, it’s time to go HOME. Very obviously the pun was intended there.
A deep dive into MEGA 65 with a full play test of every feature you can think of, even whether C64 OS works. Check out http://PCBWay.com – great PCBs from $5!
Collection of my 7th Generation Game Console BUYING GUIDES for the PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, PSP & Nintendo DS. Which was better: Generation 6 (PS2, Xbox, GameCube) or 7 (PS3, Xbox 360 & Wii)?
We’ve got ourselves a battle of what many refer to as the “6th generation” game consoles. Sega’s Dreamcast, Sony’s PlayStation 2, Nintendo’s GameCube and Microsoft’s Xbox duke it out. Dreamcast vs. PS2 vs. GameCube vs. Xbox – Retro Bird / Best 6th Generation Video Game Console / System / Sega / Sony / Nintendo / Microsoft
Thanks to PCBway for sponsoring this video! https://www.pcbway.com/ The Super 8 Bit is a project that allows you to build a NES and Famicom console from scratch, using almost 100% new parts. Unlike the original NES and Famicom, the Super 8 Bit was designed for RGB in mind, so it can be paired with the NESRGB to deliver fantastic results! On this week’s Fix it Friday we will build one from the ground up and go through all of it’s awesome features!
It’s an SSFF Game Room tour! Technically an office tour, this is a showcase of Mr. Hey I’m Derek It’s Me Derek’s Video Game collection. From Wii to N64 to PS2 to weird controllers, there’s a little something for everyone in our game room!
A long time coming I finally have an update on museum plans and things that WE have been working on.
Collection of my most popular travel and game hunting videos. We go to Japan, Oregon Beach, small towns in Washington, Las Vegas and more!
0:00 Japan Part 1
20:45 Japan Part 2
42:00 Oregon Beach House
55:25 Portland Retro Expo Trip
1:13:51 Small Washington Towns
1:30:46 Las Vegas
Health Update: I’m healing nicely and no more jaw pain which is great! However, I’m still getting used to the plastic retainer w/fake teeth in my mouth and I still slur when I talk. Right now I’m reading books out loud every day to try and get past that. Hopefully I’ll be back to creating NEW VIDEOS for you guys in a couple weeks. Thanks for your patience!