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About pjedavison

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  • Birthday 04/29/1981

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    Southampton, UK
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    Video games both old and new, anime, music-making.

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  1. Afternoon all! On to "O" this week, with Omidor, a game which bears a certain resemblance to a certain game... I found this one interesting because it was distributed as part of an on-disk magazine from what appears to be a German retailer. There's an impressive amount of stuff crammed on that disk, too; my GCSE German isn't quite up to fully understanding it, but I definitely appreciate and respect the time and effort that obviously went into it. And the game is fun too!
  2. Rod-Land is one of my favourite games of all time, and the ST port is magnificent. Hope you enjoy! Sent from my SM-G975F using Tapatalk
  3. G'day folks! Here's this week's ST video, featuring an Ocean movie license game that isn't complete bobbins... though it is based on a movie I'll be surprised if anyone remembers!
  4. Morning Atarians! Forgot to post this for you all on Tuesday when I released the video, so here it is now. This week's video is on Nightmares from Red Rat, a game that nearly fell victim to the "Satanic Panic" when several distributors refused to stock it on the grounds it might be "harmful to children". Fortunately, good old Page 6 stepped in to save the day!
  5. Morning Atarians! Here's this week's ST video, featuring a game I hadn't played before but was always curious about: the totally-authentically-Japanese-honest-guv puzzler Gem'X! I had a lot of fun with this, and I'm sorry I missed out on it back in the day now!
  6. Good morning everyone! Thank you for all the kind support from AtariAge members I've had over on YouTube recently -- it really does mean a lot. Here's this week's 8-bit video, featuring a type-in listing from the latter days of Atari User. It's Maniac Mover!
  7. Thank you for the kind words! Plenty more lined up and on the way, don't worry, and I'm glad you've enjoyed what you've watched so far Sent from my SM-G975F using Tapatalk
  8. Good morning all! Here's a freshly baked Atari ST video for you to enjoy, this time featuring the third Dizzy game: Fast Food from Codemasters, featuring a stirring soundtrack from Allister Brimble.
  9. Good morning you fine people! Today's Atari 8-bit video is up, exploring Loco from Alligata. Hope you enjoy!
  10. What a lovely setup. I am envious!
  11. There's some great stuff on ST for sure. ST versions of multiplatform titles were often outclassed by the Amiga from a technical perspective, but I'll always have the most nostalgia for the ST as it's what I grew up with. And looking at the "best" version of the game doesn't always mean you're looking at "the most interesting" version of a game, so far as I'm concerned, anyway
  12. No love for Ninja Golf and Alien Brigade? Those are two of my favourites. I don't have an actual 7800 but I have them on Evercade and love them. 7800 arcade ports are pretty consistently great. Personal favourites are Asteroids and Centipede... again from my relatively limited experience on Evercade Sent from my SM-G975F using Tapatalk
  13. Haha, thank you. I do my best to play my role assigned at birth: that of bumbling British nerd. I suspect this was an early ST title for a lot of people. Microdeal were big supporters of the ST in its early days, and they put out some really great stuff!
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