In this video I take a look at a "game collection" video I started in 2010. Enjoy!Read More
WipEout is a futuristic racing game, developed by Psygnosis and released on the Sega Saturn in 1996, just a few months after the PlayStation version. Despite Psygnosis being owned by Sony, they were given enough freedom to create games as they pleased, and Psygnosis developed games for competing hardware like the Nintendo 64 and Sega Saturn.Read More
There appears to be a renewed interest in LaserDisc as of late. This interest isn’t coming from old fans of the medium, but rather a new generation of movie watchers curious about the dead format.
In this video I take a look at a couple players, dispel some myths, and show off some terrific packaging.Read More
The PlayStation TV just came out recently, and I picked one up and have been using it quite a bit. This is a brief/casual look at the hardware, a couple of things in the GUI, a super brief look at the PS Store, and gameplay footage from the various platforms the PS TV is compatible with (PS Vita, PSP, PS1, PS Minis, and PS Mobile games).Read More
In celebration of the 15th Anniversary of the Sega Dreamcast's US launch, Austin gives you 15 Dreamcast games that look pretty awesome. This video is meant to show off some great looking Dreamcast games, but also act as a bit of a homage to one of the greatest gaming consoles ever made.Read More
Here we take a look at how the Sega Genesis and Sony PlayStation ports of the isometric shmup Viewpoint, stack up to the original Neo Geo arcade version, including visuals, sound, and controls.Read More
Ever wonder the word TATE means? Ever wonder how it applies to gaming? Then check this feature video explaining what TATE is, how you can do it, and a brief overview of systems that use this unique, vertical oriented, display style.Read More