After collecting the Atari Jaguar for over 20 years, I have finally completed a licensed cart collection. My journey started in the late 90s when I got my first Jaguar. Since then I have collected it a little at a time until now I have a licensed cart collection. The CD collection will be in a different video. Have you played the Jaguar? Do you collect it? Comment below and thank you for watching!
Sydney Hunter and the Curse of the Mayan is now available to preorder on the Nintendo Switch eShop. In this video, I show the first temple stage and share my thoughts. What do you think?
LevelHike is offering a HDMI Cables for a variety of classic consoles. The plug and play cable offers 720p upscale with a 16:9/4:3 switch on the adapter itself. In this video, I compare the cable to compose and RF with different games.
I went on a Road Trip with my friend Corey to several towns in the Northwest starting in Shelton and then to Belfair. We then drove to Kingston and we took a ferry over to Everett where we hit several thrift, game, and toy shops. The next day we quickly visited a few places in Seattle before coming home. In this video, I share some of my experiences and I had share my pickups. I hope you enjoy!
Will all the news about Area 51 going on, I thought I would play this forgotten game on the original Xbox. In this video, I share some gameplay and explain why this might be a good game to revisit.
Collectorvision has completed their Master System version of Sydney Hunter & the Sacred Tribe. This adventure games features over 100 rooms, 9 music tracks with addicting game play. Also includes a FM compatible soundtrack which is great. Game will be available here: http://bit.ly/2XRbhV8 C64 version here: http://bit.ly/2JDrfNI
The Castlevania Collection just came out and I am so excited to have so many of my childhood favorites on one collection for only $20. Watch me play several classics and see how far I can get. One thing is for certain, the games are still challenging! Make sure to subscribe! http://bit.ly/2Gkxwxe
The Sega Dreamcast is 20 years old and has recieved many aftermarket releases. In this video, I showcase some of the recent releases offered at Pixelheart among many more! What is your favorite aftermarket release for the Dreamcast?
The Aquarius Computer was a failed attempt at Mattel to offer an affordable classic computer to compete with others such as Commodore Vic 20 and TI 99 4/A in 1983. Low sales and demand resulted in this computer being discontinued only 4 months after its initial release and sold back to Radofin. While very unsuccessful, there is an impressive multi-cart made for it documenting much of what was released.