Over the years, I have accumulated some very odd video game items in my collection. In this video, I showcase some of my more bizarre pieces that have mostly been forgotten leftovers, failed ideas, or complete misses in the game and media industry. I do always take donations. Below is a clip showcasing me opening up one of the Murder Mystery Discs.
With its retro-futuristic lines and performance that will take you from zero to “whoa” in a handful of seconds, the Chryslus Rocket ‘69 is a unique addition to any car collection featuring a custom Forzavista experience that details its history and lets players check out its features in astonishing detail.
Beginning today, codes for the Chryslus Rocket ’69 will be sent via Xbox Live messages to gamers who have played either Forza Motorsport 6 or Fallout 4 on Xbox One while connected to their Xbox Live profile (one code per Xbox Live account). Due to the millions of codes being sent, it can take up to seven days for codes to arrive. Players who purchase Forza Motorsport 6 and/or Fallout 4 between April 14 and the end of the month will receive their codes beginning in early May.
The Strong houses the world’s largest and most comprehensive collection of historical materials related to play and is home to the International Center for the History of Electronic Games, the National Toy Hall of Fame, the World Video Game Hall of Fame, the Brian Sutton-Smith Library and Archives of Play, the Woodbury School, and the American Journal of Play. Together, these enable a multifaceted array of research, exhibition, and other interpretive and educational activities that serve a diverse audience of adults, families, children, students, teachers, scholars, collectors, and others around the globe.
There was a time when an art form known as coachbuilding existed.
Back then, the coachbuilder did not have to answer to a CFO.
Back then, the coach builder did not have to compromise his vision due to government regulations.
Back then, the outrageous was possible.
The Lamborghini Countach could only have been born then.
Metal Jesus Rocks and Wood, search MJR’s Game Room for AWESOME video games in his collecton! From Atari to PC, from Playstation to Gamecube. This is their Top 5 AWESOME Games In Metal Jesus Rocks’ Collection!
If you like RACING GAMES then here are the sexy real world super cars coming soon courtesy of Shmee150
“Full highlights of the supercars from the 2016 Geneva Motorshow, from the latest hypercars including Bugatti Chiron, Lamborghini Centenario LP770-4, Pagani Huayra BC, McLaren P1 and the Koenigsegg Regera, to the supercar entrants including Ferrari GTC4Lusso, McLaren 570GT, Aston Martin DB11 and the Porsche 911R.
We take a whistlestop tour browsing the entire show in a single video.”
Definitely check out the Shmee150 YouTube channel for all the latest hyper & super car news and reviews. It’s a great channel!
John Hancock: Apologize for the tilted camera. This video was made to thank MetalJesusRocks for having me on as a guest, and for being one of the best retrogaming channels in the Northwest. MJR is a very genuine person, off the camera, and I have enjoyed being friends with him. I have been a guest on his channel for several videos, and look forward to being a guest on his channel even more. If you have not checked out his channel, the link is below, as well as a link to the videos i have been featured in. MJR also shares some lesser known information about how he joined Sierra and how we met.
My Life in Gaming: In this follow up episode to the “RGB and the Framemeister 101 :: Getting the Best Picture from Retro Consoles” episode, Coury and Try answer some of the most common questions they got in that video.
Questions like “What connection do you use for each console?”, “Does the big SCART connector fit into that little connection on the front of the XRGB Framemeister” and “How do you have all this integrated into your setup?” will be answered in this episode.
SCART Definition from RetroRGB.com: Said simply, RGB is the best possible video output you can get from classic game consoles. The image is sharper, the colors are more defined and it’s overall a much clearer picture. The best way I can describe RGB vs some of the other methods of playing classic game systems is this: It’s just like looking through a clean window vs. a dirty one. In many cases, it’s that big of a difference.