Category Archives: Metal Jesus Likes

NEW Equipment Update for Metal Jesus

I have upgraded four pieces of equipment for my YouTube videos: camcorder, lighting, teleprompter and headphones. In this video I share with you which brands and models I chose, how this affects my videos going forward and how you can get them yourself. Actually…that part is pretty easy. Just follow these links:

EQUIPMENT:
Sony FDR-AX53 Camcorder : http://goo.gl/LFii6D
Aputure Light Storm LS 1C : http://goo.gl/vztAfg
Teleprompter R810-10 : http://goo.gl/HXQqV7
Meze 99 Classics Headphones: http://bit.ly/2aSZilK

KIDS REACT TO ATARI 2600 VIDEO GAMES (E.T. and Asteroids)

The Kids React to one of the first gaming consoles, the Atari 2600! Watch them play the classic game, Asteroids, and the infamous, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial! Watch to see their reaction!

This episode features the following amazing kids!
NOTE: Kids that are technically ‘teens’ will remain on ‘Kids React’ until they enter high school.
Dominick, age 8
Sydney, age 8
Jacob, age 9
Anita, age 10
Emma R., age 10
Royel, age 10
Kayla, age 11
Caden, age 12
Jackson, age 12
Morgan A., age 13

Luigi – Did You Know Gaming? Feat. Furst

In this episode we take a look at some facts, secrets, and history of Luigi. Luigi is was by Nintendo veteran Shigeru Miyamoto, and is portrayed as the fraternal twin brother of Mario. Luigi first appeared in the 1983 game Mario Bros, and reprised his role in Super Mario Bros, Super Mario Bros 3, and Super Mario World onward. The first game where he was available as a primary character was Super Mario Bros 2. Originally developed as a palette swap of Mario with a green color scheme instead of red, Luigi has since developed a personality and style of his own.

Atari ST Computer System Review

The Atari ST was introduced right before the Commodore Amiga in 1985. Popular with gamers, musicians and desktop publishers, the ST earned its right as one of the best 16-bit computers of its day. But is it still worth owning to a current collector of vintage computers? (From LazyGameReviews)

This is an overview of the history, hardware and software of the ST from the perspective of an American collector. How do the pros and cons stack up, and is it worth getting an ST over similar systems like the Amiga?

For lots of great info on the Atari ST and other Atari computers:
http://www.atari.st/
http://www.atari.org/