John Hancock – While the Game Gear had over 300 releases worldwide, several titles were not released here in the USA. In this video, I take a look at a few of the titles that we never got(one that we did Popils), and give you a sample of some good import games you may want to consider playing.
Lucasfilms’ Doug Chiang and Madlyn Burkert delve into the backstories of each and every type of stormtrooper from the Star Wars franchise. Madlyn and Doug explain not only each stormtroopers’ origin, but what went into the production of all of their costumes. From the inspiration behind the clone troopers helmets to Captain Phasma’s chrome armor, learn everything there is to know about Star Wars’ iconic foot soldiers.
John Hancock – There have been a ton of announcements already at CES 2020 and I am sure there will be more. In this video, I take a look at some of the recent announcements from 1up Arcade with their new pinball line, new arcade games, as well as take a look at a few other retro consoles and novelties that were discussed this week. What CES gaming news are you looking forward to in the new year?
Radical Reggie – I picked out some games that I think you folks will like in this video that were made available exclusively from playasia website. Gigantic attack got a release from other retailers but I’m focusing on the playasia release.
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LaunchBox 10.8 has been released! The default LaunchBox theme has been completely overhauled and modernized, and now includes dynamic box sizing! We also have a retro achievements overhaul (a feature you guys voted on from the last community poll), Steam image scraping, and much more.
Modern Vintage Gamer – The Sony PlayStation Vita was discontinued in 2019, but that does not mean its dead. In this episode we look at what makes the Vita so great, mod the system and discuss some of the best homebrew for the system to enhance it even further in 2020.
Digital Foundry – After buying a CRT monitor for his retro PC, John started to play modern PC games on it… and things escalated from there, culminating in Rich purchasing the classic Sony FW900 – which some say is the best CRT for gaming of all-time. The bottom line here is that modern games look stunning on CRT monitors and we’re going to try our best to tell you – and show you – how in this DF Direct.
John and Alex together for a new DF Direct! In this instalment, the duo assess their experiences in gaming with a CRT display – and appreciate the majesty of the Sony GDM-FW900. Do we really need 4K? Did gaming move in the wrong direction in the transition to today’s fixed-pixel flat panel displays?