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Xbox One Buying Guide – Hardware + Great Games

Metal Jesus & Kelsey Lewin present a Xbox One Buying guide covering the different console variations, controllers and accessories and Xbox games to play!

The Xbox One is a home video game console developed by Microsoft and released in November 2013 as the successor to the Xbox 360. It features significant upgrades in hardware, including an AMD Jaguar 8-core CPU, 8GB of DDR3 RAM, and a custom GPU, enabling enhanced graphics and performance for gaming and multimedia applications. The console supports a wide range of games, from exclusive titles like “Halo 5: Guardians” and “Forza Horizon 4” to multi-platform hits. It also offers robust online services through Xbox Live, allowing for digital game downloads, multiplayer gaming, and access to various entertainment apps. The Xbox One introduced features like voice control via Kinect, backward compatibility with select Xbox 360 games, and integration with Windows 10, making it a versatile entertainment hub.

More XBOX 360 GAMES you need to BUY before the Store Closes!!

The Xbox 360 Store & Marketplace will close permanently on July 29th 2024. Here are 10 MORE DIGITAL GAMES I think you should consider buying while you can! Most of these are sadly NOT backwards compatible 😬

The Xbox 360 is quite the marvel in the realm of video gaming. Launched by Microsoft in 2005, this splendid console revolutionised the way we engage in digital play. With its sleek design and robust online capabilities through Xbox Live, it quickly became the go-to for many a gamer. It boasted a veritable treasure trove of games, from the exhilarating Halo series to the captivating adventures in Fable. Moreover, its innovative features like the Kinect sensor truly set it apart from its contemporaries. In essence, the Xbox 360 wasn’t just a gaming console; it was a gateway to countless hours of jolly good entertainment.

My PS5 Games So Far (70+ games)

Perfect for the long holiday weekend: highlights from my PS5 (PlayStation 5) game collection. This is an update to a video I released back in 2023 and so far I have 70+ games for the console. Lots of popular games, hidden gems and more!

GAMES SHOWN:
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora
Neon White
Prodeus
Cyberpunk 2077 v2.0 Phantom Liberty
FRONT MISSION 1st: Remake
Shadowrun Trilogy
Soul Hackers 2 Collectors Edition
Star Wars Jedi Survivor
Kena: Bridge of Spirits
Jet’s n Guns 2
Gunborg: Dark Matters
Prince of Persia The Lost Crown
We Love Katamari
Power Wash Simulator
Air Twister
Resident Evil Village VR
Resident Evil 4 VR
HORROR TALES: The Wine
Haunted House
Wanted: Dead
Nickelodeon Kart Racers 3: Slime Speedway
Art of Rally
Lego 2K Drive
Gran Turismo 7 VR
Star Wars Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge Enhanced
Moss II
Horizon Call of the Mountain
Kayak VR
Switchback VR

The appeal of the PlayStation 5 lies in its cutting-edge technology, offering a leap in gaming performance and visual fidelity with its powerful hardware, including the custom AMD Ryzen processor and RDNA 2-based GPU. It supports stunning 4K resolution and high frame rates, ensuring immersive and smooth gameplay. The innovative DualSense controller enhances the experience with haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, providing a more tactile and responsive feel. The PS5 also boasts a robust library of exclusive titles, backward compatibility with PS4 games, and a sleek, futuristic design. Additionally, its fast SSD significantly reduces load times, making for a seamless and dynamic gaming experience.

What’s the most OBSCURE GAME CONSOLE you’ve ever played?

Allen Brooks asks – What’s the most obscure game console you’ve ever played?

Kelsey – https://www.youtube.com/@KelseyLewin
LRG – https://www.youtube.com/@LGR
Tito – https://www.youtube.com/@MachoNachoProductions
Kinsey – https://www.youtube.com/@KinsZilla
Gemma – https://www.youtube.com/@TheGebs24
Radical Reggie – https://www.youtube.com/@The_RadicalOne

My Arcade MAME Cabinet – UPDATED for 2024!

My standup MAME arcade cabinet was last updated back in 2017! So, today we upgrade the computer, software and add a monitor that can rotate plus other random aspects. The game room is getting upgraded!

The Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator (MAME) is a software program designed to emulate the hardware of arcade game systems on modern computers. Developed in 1997 by Nicola Salmoria and the MAME team, MAME has become the go-to emulator for playing arcade games on platforms ranging from desktop computers to smartphones and even gaming consoles. MAME’s primary purpose is to preserve and document the history of arcade gaming by accurately emulating the original hardware and software of arcade machines. By doing so, MAME allows players to experience a vast library of classic arcade games without the need for original, often rare, arcade cabinets.

MAME supports thousands of arcade games from various manufacturers and eras, ranging from the early days of arcade gaming in the 1970s to more recent titles from the 2000s. Its extensive compatibility and accuracy make it an invaluable tool for enthusiasts, collectors, and historians alike. Beyond gameplay, MAME also serves as a research platform for developers and preservationists, enabling them to study and document the inner workings of arcade hardware and software. Through continuous development and updates, MAME remains a vital part of preserving the rich history and cultural impact of arcade gaming for future generations.

Buy these XBOX 360 games on the store before it CLOSES!

The Xbox 360 Store & Marketplace will close permanently on July 29th 2024. Here are 11 digital games I think you should consider buying while you can!

GAMES SHOWN:
Gatling Gears
Guardian Heroes
Fusion: Genesis
Trials HD
Alien Breed 3: Descent
Ms. Splosion Man
Thunder Wolves
The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom
Mad Riders
NiGHTS into dreams
Scrap Metal

The Xbox 360, released by Microsoft in 2005, was a groundbreaking console that revolutionized gaming with its powerful hardware and online capabilities. With a sleek design and a range of features, it quickly became a staple in gaming households worldwide. The console boasted an impressive library of games, spanning various genres from action-adventure to first-person shooters, catering to a wide audience of gamers. Its launch titles included classics like “Call of Duty 2” and “Project Gotham Racing 3,” showcasing the console’s graphical capabilities and immersive gameplay.

One of the Xbox 360’s most significant advancements was its Xbox Live service, which allowed players to connect with friends, compete in multiplayer matches, and download additional content. This online platform transformed gaming, fostering a vibrant community where players could interact and share experiences. Furthermore, the Xbox 360 introduced features such as Achievements, which rewarded players for completing specific challenges within games, adding a layer of depth and replay value. Despite facing competition from other consoles, the Xbox 360 remained a dominant force in the gaming industry throughout its lifecycle, leaving a lasting legacy as one of the most influential gaming platforms of its time.

Nintendo GBA or 3DS? Which is BEST?

Which is best: the Nintendo GBA or 3DS!? Tough choice, right? To help me answer I asked my friends to weigh in with their opinion! WATCH >> https://youtu.be/SkIFrw_D5Zw

Kelsey: https://twitter.com/kelslewin
Gemma: https://www.youtube.com/@TheGebs24
Reggie: https://www.youtube.com/@The_RadicalOne
Macho Nacho: https://www.youtube.com/@MachoNachoProductions
Kinsey: https://twitter.com/KinsZilla

The Nintendo Game Boy Advance (GBA) and the Nintendo 3DS represent two distinct eras in handheld gaming, each offering unique experiences to gamers. Released in 2001, the Game Boy Advance was a groundbreaking handheld console that introduced vibrant 2D graphics and a vast library of games to players. With its compact size and long battery life, the GBA became a beloved companion for gaming on the go. Its library boasted iconic titles such as “Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen,” “The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap,” and “Advance Wars,” captivating players with engaging gameplay and nostalgic charm. The GBA’s simplicity and affordability made it accessible to gamers of all ages, solidifying its place as one of Nintendo’s most successful handheld consoles.

In contrast, the Nintendo 3DS, released in 2011, pushed the boundaries of handheld gaming with its innovative glasses-free 3D display and enhanced graphical capabilities. Building upon the success of its predecessor, the Nintendo DS, the 3DS offered backward compatibility with DS games while introducing new features such as StreetPass and SpotPass, fostering social interaction among players. With its extensive library of games spanning diverse genres and its robust online functionality, including the Nintendo eShop, the 3DS provided gamers with a rich and immersive gaming experience. Titles like “The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D,” “Fire Emblem: Awakening,” and “Animal Crossing: New Leaf” showcased the system’s capabilities, captivating players with compelling narratives and innovative gameplay mechanics. Overall, while the GBA and 3DS catered to different gaming preferences and technological advancements, both left an indelible mark on the handheld gaming landscape, shaping the way we play and experience games on the go.

GAME PICKUPS “WOO-HOO!” (PS5, Xbox, Switch, NES, PSP, Game Boy, PS4)

We just can’t seem to help ourselves! 😂 More game pickups for 2024 from Metal Jesus and Radical Reggie.
Reggie’s Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@the_ radical_one

GAMES SHOWN:
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
Virtua Fighter 5 Press Kit
Resident Evil Movie Collection
Warhammer 40K Boltgun
The Tartarus Key
Formula Retro Racing World Tour
Nyghtmare The Ninth King
Space Invaders Forever
Space Blaze
Boulder Dash 30th Anniversary
Remothered
Modded PSP
Wing Warriors
Espgaluda II
ReCore
Air Twister
Cotton 100%
Alfred Hitchcock Vertigo
Retro-Bit Sega Saturn Wireless Controller
Happy Game
Enchanted Portals
Super Mario RPG
Guns n Runs
School Girl Zombie Hunter
Rhapsody
Guilty Gear Soundtrack (LP)
Bobby Six Seven
Call of Duty: Vanguard
Call of Duty: World at War
Fate Unlimited Codes Portable
Gear Club 2 Unlimited
Star Renegades
PC Powerplay Magazines
Battletoads
Crystalis
Blood: Fresh Supply
Demoniaca

Top Racer (Top Gear) Mini Arcade & Collection REVIEW

My review of the Top Racer (Top Gear) Mini Arcade & game Collection. These are classic 90s arcade racing games being released as a mini arcade and 4 game collection on modern platforms like PC, Switch, PS4/5 and Xbox. More info: https://www.pikointeractive.com

Gremlin Interactive was a prominent British video game developer and publisher that made its mark during the 1980s and 1990s. Founded in Sheffield, England, in 1984 by Ian Stewart and Kevin Norburn, the studio gained recognition for its innovative and diverse range of games across various platforms, including home computers and consoles. Gremlin’s portfolio spanned multiple genres, from platformers like “Zool” to racing games like “Lotus Turbo Challenge” and “Top Gear.” One of its standout successes was the iconic “Premier Manager” series, which established Gremlin as a leader in sports management simulations.

Throughout its existence, Gremlin Interactive demonstrated a commitment to pushing boundaries in game development, often incorporating cutting-edge technology and creative gameplay mechanics into its titles. The studio was known for fostering a dynamic and collaborative environment that encouraged experimentation and risk-taking. Despite facing financial challenges in the late 1990s, Gremlin continued to produce memorable games until its eventual closure in 2003, after being acquired by Infogrames Entertainment. Despite its closure, Gremlin’s legacy lives on through the fond memories of gamers who grew up playing its innovative and entertaining titles.