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Metal Jesus last won the day on November 15 2013

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  1. A good way to tell if your channel is "for kids", look at the Analytics under YouTube Studio Dashboard. Click Audience and scroll down to look at the age groups. For me, only 2% of my audience is 13 and Under, so clearly young kids aren't my audience and that would be pretty easy to prove if I needed to. If your is significantly higher than that, I would mark it just to be sure.
  2. I have really enjoyed the games I have for my PlayStation VR...but honestly I almost never use it. It's always a bit of a pain to get setup, you have to sit just right, those motion controllers are never charged and then you are in a bubble where you can't hear anything around you as you play the games. It's cool tech and I've had a lot of fun with VR...but it needs another generation to get more convenient.
  3. Thanks for sharing this! It was a fun video to make
  4. ...and I'll be honest, this video did way better than I expected to. When I originally decided to do an Atari Jaguar video, I wondered if it would get almost no views... but I was pleasantly surprised!
  5. Is that noticeably better than S-Video through a line doubler (RetroTINK2X) to 480p? Are you able to get true component / RGB video out of the Jag?
  6. I wish I could have bought all the games! HAHAHA. There's always next year
  7. I finally added a Jaguar to the collection plus a ton of new game releases. Shoutout to Albert and staff at the AA booth (as well as Songbird). Loving it so far! Gameplay shown using RetroTINK2x at 480p 60fps: Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe Fantasy World Dizzy Soccer Kid / Frog Feast Protector Special Edition Defender of the Crown REBootEROIDS Cybermorph
  8. I picked it up on Switch. Really, really enjoying it so far!
  9. I'll be there all weekend. We have a Metal Jesus Rocks SUPER MEGA EXTREME Panel (yes, that's what they called it! LOL) on Saturday at 3pm. Looking forward to it!
  10. If you are on Facebook, I would highly recommend the Big Box PC Game Collector's group. Really well run, very active with over 4,400 members and there are some big name devs in there too. https://www.facebook.com/groups/BBPCGC/
  11. Always fun going back to the Wii for some more Hidden Gems. These are games that are relatively unknown but still fun to play! Games shown: Dawn of Discovery Monster 4x4: Stunt Racer The Munchables Medal of Honor: Heroes 2 Kid Adventures: Sky Captain Wicked Monsters Blast! Battleship Pitfall: The Big Adventure The good news is that GameSpot still sells Wii games, so pick em up while they are still relatively cheap!
  12. I was offered many times to promote these on my YouTube channel.... and for a time lots of YouTube channels were doing it... But to me it just often seemed like a box of random crap that nobody wanted and I passed on it. I think the idea is neat, but it would really need to be good stuff you want every single month and that would be very tough and probably expensive to pull off.
  13. Absolutely! Thanks for saying hi :) Always fun to meet online peeps in real life
  14. Damn!! ...but it was in the box and that certainly excited a bunch of people.
  15. The problem is... anybody can potentially claim the copyright and they do! For instance you could have a small local television show do a piece on horses or something random like that, but they use that piece of music in their bit. Ken Burns does a documentary on Commodore. Dateline uses a snippet, whatever. They upload it. Copyright the video... and now anything that matches going forward is instantly pushed back on me to prove I have the right to use it. Now, you hope they give up the claim (and many do but not all)...but it's still lost revenue, a hassle ...and if they refuse, you risk a STRIKE. Three copyright strikes on YouTube and your channel is taken down forever. Most people wouldn't even risk it.
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