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?
Dave Nunez shows us his epic 80s & 90s Flight Simulation game collection. These sims are on the vintage Commodore 64 through early IBM MS-DOS PCs to Windows 95, Windows XP and all the way up to modern Windows 10 machines running steam. If you want to learn about flight sims both old and new, this is the video for you!
Games we mentioned:
F-15 strike Eagle
Secret weapons of the Luftwaffe
Aces over Europe
Aces of the Pacific
F – 117a stealth fighter
LHX Attack Chopper
US Navy fighters
Falcon 3.0 gold
Falcon 4.0 – Benchmark Sims
1942 the Pacific air war
Microsoft flight simulator 5.0
Microsoft flight simulator X
Strife was a groundbreaking PC FPS game released in 1996 and mixed elements of Doom, Deus Ex & System Shock into an original and exciting game that most gamers criminally ignored. Here is a new in-depth review of the game that you can still play now thanks to sites like GOG and Steam. Check it out!
Building and renovating a cheap stand-up arcade cabinet into a death metal black MAME arcade machine for the Game Room! The original cab is a Centipede machine, front end for MAME is Hyperspin and the controller is the X-Arcade Dual Joystick
I have delicate fingers and a tendency to hurt myself, so I am the Beer Bitch.