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  1. A look at some of the more RARE and EXPENSIVE big box PC games. There are games in here you rarely see out in the wild anymore. Big shoutout to local Seattle collector Kevin Ng for letting me borrow a bunch of these for the video. Anybody here on AtariAge collect Big Box PC stuff (C64, Amiga, Atari St, MS-DOS)...and what are some of your more rare or valuable games?
  2. Apple's infamous G4 Cube computer was beautiful but ultimately flawed. In this video I show its many quirks and why it quickly died at retail. These are definitely one of the more collectable Apple computers out there. I searched for almost 2 years to find one in good condition and complete in box with all the original speakers, power supply etc. Such a beautiful computer and I'm stoked to have it in my game room now! Any other fans of the Apple G4 Cube? What are your experiences upgrading it?
  3. I made this video with some Switch import games I picked up over the last year (with gameplay footage). The Nintendo Switch is region free, meaning you can easily pick up physical versions of games in other territories and play on your US console…and often in ENGLISH! GAMES SHOWN: Capcom Belt Action Collection Taiko no Tatsujin: Nintendo Switch Version! Psikyo Collection Vol 1 & 2 Okami: HD Remaster Child of Light / Valiant Hearts Runbow - Deluxe Edition Syberia Opus Collection Gal*Gun 2 Peach Ball: Senran Kagura RXN -RAIJIN- [LIMITED EDITION] Flashback: 25th Anniversary [Collector's Edition] Any other Switch imports I need to add to the collection?
  4. I hung out with Al Lowe (Leisure Suit Larry, Freddy Pharkas, King's Quest, Police Quest, etc) the other day and it turns out he may have some of the only original copies of game source code for a lot of the those classic games. Now that he's in his 70s, he's selling a lot of his collection on Ebay and gave me a preview of what's to come. A starting bid of $100 for the original Leisure Suit Larry source?>! Hell yes!! LOL https://www.ebay.com/usr/al_lowe
  5. Video diary (VLOG) of three days in Oregon at the Portland Retro Gaming Expo Oct 19th-21st 2018, including footage from the AtariAge booth. Anybody know when Aardvark 2600 goes on sale?! That was fun as hell!
  6. Microsoft is showing the X360 a lot of love...but the original XBOX still has a bunch of great titles that I would love to see added to their XBOX ONE compatibility list. Here are 18 I'd like added! WISH LIST: Test Drive Eve of Destruction Phantom Dust Otogi 1 & 2 Stubbs the Zombie 007 Everything or Nothing Call of Cthulhu Burnout 3 X-men Legends 1 & 2 Timesplitters 2 Timesplitters Future Perfect The Suffering The Suffering Ties that Bind Outrun 2 Outrun 2006 Coast 2 Coast Mechassault Mechassault 2: Lone Wolf Phantom Dust What OG XBOX games would you like to see Microsoft add to XBOX ONE backwards compatibility?
  7. Connect your old Xbox to the HDMI port on your television without the use of any adapters or power supplies, just plug and play. Important to know that it doesn't upscale, but simply converts the component signal to HDMI. I test it with a bunch of games including some that run at 480P, 480i, 720P and 1080i. This is my review with gameplay footage.
  8. Obviously few people in this forum may need a Atari Lynx Buying Guide video...but I wanted to share mine here to see what you guys thought. Big shoutout to Marco (McWill) here on AtariAge for doing an awesome job on the screen mod! As for video capture, I could have probably just captured the VGA out on the modded Lynx but decided on just using OpenEmu instead for speed and convenience. I also purposely left out that there are two versions of the d-pad on model 1. I felt going to far into the weeds for casual viewers may bore them.
  9. About a year ago I got the UltraHDMI kit installed in a N64, which does some things few other mods like this do like capturing video as digital RGB, optionally adding processing like scanlines and crop/fill, producing up to 1080p HDMI output with digital audio. Plus it's anti-blurring process is something that needs to be seen to be believed! This my review of the kit and whether I think it's worth the high cost. As a side note, I love how you can output SD video through the normal AV port at the same time, which allowed me to capture both in real time and make this exact comparison possible!
  10. The Nintendo GBA is mostly known for amazing 2D graphics, similar to the SNES...however a handful of brave developers attempted to bring 3D graphics to the handheld. How successful were they? Let's find out! GAMES SHOWN: Drome Racers Star X Stuntman Asterix & Obelix XXL FIFA 07 Soccer Kill.Switch 007 Nightfire Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed Medal of Honor Undergroun Tony Hawk Downhill Jam SSX 3 Dark Arena Doom II Crazy Taxi: Catch a Ride This isn't all of the 3D games for the GBA. What other games do you think push the hardware?
  11. Limited Run Games focuses on bringing games that were previously only available in a digital format to a physical medium. Co-Founder Doug answers your questions openly and honestly about how Limited Run Game works and what to expect from them in the future! Have you purchased a LRG release? What digital games would you like to see them release in the future?
  12. Radical Reggie shows us the most rare and expensive games for the PS1. Reggie owns an impressive collection of North American and Import Playstation 1 games. Games Shown: Suikoden II Tales of Destiny I & II Brigandine Tail Concerto R-Type Delta The Misadventures of Tron Bonne Psychic Detective Starblade Alpha Harmful Park Gaia Seed: Project Seed Trap The Adventure of Little Ralph Kyuin PlayStation 1 collecting is all over the chart when it comes to prices. Most games are still $5-$10...but you have those few that are insanely priced!
  13. Does anybody else here collect IndieBox? For those that don't know, they publish custom made boxed versions that are packed full of little goodies like color manuals, soundtracks, stickers, physical versions of the game, plushies, action figures and more. Every game is also 70% or higher on Metacritic and runs on Windows, OS X & Linux. Pretty impressive stuff! This is my list of their Top 10 releases. * This was not a paid sponsored video and the opinions are my own, if curious.
  14. The Immortal John Hancock (SWLOVINST here on AtariAge) shows us the most rare and expensive games for the N64. John owns a complete in box US Nintendo 64 game collection as well as 11,000+ games, making him one of the biggest game collectors in Washington State! SEE CURRENT PRICES: http://goo.gl/JWuVPW GAMES SHOWN: Snowboard Kids 2 Daikatana Bomber Man 64 The Second Attack Super Bowling Conker’s Bad Fur Day Worms Armageddon Transformers Beast Wars: Transmetals International Superstar Soccer 2000 Stunt Racer 64 ClayFighter: The Sculptor's Cut It's crazy that Sculptor's Cut is currently being listed between $2000 and $2500!!!
  15. I realize the entire internet is talking about the Switch today, but I figured I do something a little different: The Virtual Boy was a commercial failure, but game collectors find the portable system intriguing and fun to collect for. In this video learn about the hardware and games for this weird and quirky system! Games Shown: Jack Bros. Mario Tennis Red Alarm Teleroboxer Vertical Force Wario Land Galactic Pinball Mario Clash Do you own the Virtual Boy?
  16. The 3DS is obviously very popular and been out long enough to have a list of Hidden Gems for it. Here are 8 Nintendo 3DS games that are Hidden Gems that you will want to check out! Game Shown: Heroes of Ruin Azure Striker Gunvolt Pac-Man and Galaga Dimensions Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars James Noir's Hollywood Crimes Pilotwings Resort Frogger 3D CrossWords Plus I would love to know what other "hidden gems" you recommend on the 3DS, both retail releases and perhaps digital eShop games.
  17. We recently upgraded the computer, software, joystick controller and monitor plus other physical aspects of our standup MAME arcade emulator cabinet for the game room. Originally a Centipede/Capcom Bowling cabinet Computer Specs: Dell x8900-2506BLK Intel Quad Core i7-6700 3.4 GHz Processor 16 GB DDR4 RAM 1 TB HDD Storage Monitor: 19" ViewSonic VG930m Controller: X-Arcade Dual Joystick w/ USB Get Launchbox: https://www.launchbox-app.com The age old question: Do you prefer CRT...or LCD for your retro gaming goodness? Being this is posted on AtariAge, I think I know the answer
  18. In this guide, Kinsey & myself help first time N64 collectors know what consoles, controllers, accessories & top 10 games they need for their collection! N64 games we recommend: Super Mario 64 Banjo-Kazooie Beetle Adventure Racing Star Wars Episode 1 Racer Diddy Kong Racing Super Smash Bros. Mario Party 2 Zelda: Ocarina of Time / Majora’s Mask Mischief Makers Pokemon Snap What other games do you recommend first time N64 collectors pick up? What is your favorite color of the console?
  19. The Nintendo 3DS is a smash hit with amazing hardware, great games and killer apps! This guide will help you decide what model of 3DS is right for you, help you get started with the best games and accessories and much more! What games would YOU recommend to new 3DS owners? Any Hidden Gems on the system?
  20. John Riggs is a long time wrestling fan and has played most wrestling games ever released, both in the US and Japan. Today he talks about the best wrestling games ever made for the NES, Famicom, Super Famicom, PS1, PS2, GameCube, Dreamcast, GBA and much much more! Games Shown: World Wrestling (NES) Toukon Club (Famicom) Zen-Nippon Pro Wrestling: Ouja no Kon (PS1) SmackDown! Here Comes the PAIN (PS2) Burning Pro Wrestling (Super Famicom) Giant Gram 2000: All-Japan Pro Wrestling 3 (DC) Virtual Pro Wrestling 2: Oudou Keishou (N64) WCW/NWO Revenge (N64) I love bringing on special guests who can talk about a subject like this to a complete newbie like myself. I learned a lot, include... what the heck a "bra & panty match" was!
  21. In this video, Anna & I attempt to answer: What is the most METAL videogame of all time? This is a tough question because do you go for the game soundtrack? Or how about the atmosphere and story? What about licensed games? We came up with our list... but what did we miss?
  22. Straight out of the late 80s and early 90s, here is the official Nintendo Game Counselor Guide they would use to help people stuck in their NES and SNES games AND the official 1989 Nintendo Employee manual. This is a rare insight into the what it was like to work at Nintendo during the classic era! Did you ever call the Powerline? I did! A big shoutout to my buddy Emilio for letting me borrow this. It walked into his retro game & toy store in Renton, Washington recently...along with some other goodies
  23. Kelsey (who owns two retro gaming stores in Seattle) and I share our TIPS & TRICKS for haggling at retro game stores, expos, garage sales & craigslist. Our years of game collecting AND store ownership offer a unique perspective on getting the best deal AND being respectful to the other party. TIPS: Garage sales are typically the easiest Be nice & respectful Know what is popular & what isn't Retail store prices have business expenses added Slow selling games are sometimes easier to haggle with Buy in bulk if possible Politely point out cosmetic flaws Engage seller in conversation Flaws may already be factored into the price Trading games sometimes is more valuable than cash! What did we forget? What other suggestions would you offer to other game collectors looking to perfect the art of the deal?
  24. You've asked for it: Radical Reggie's epic GAME ROOM TOUR! Reggie walks Metal Jesus through his Crib showing his 42 systems and over 2,000 games...many of them imports, special editions, rare and expensive hard to find classics! Nintendo, Sega, Sony, Microsoft, SNK, and many more! A big shoutout to Crazy Joe for helping with this video too! We had a ton of fun making this video in that classic 90s MTV Cribs-style...
  25. In the mid 1990s, Nintendo announced the 64DD disk drive add-on for the N64 for the US market ....but it never came out. Instead the Japanese version of the drive crashed and burned upon release and it took all the hopes of US gamers ever buying one along with it. For almost 20 years it was consider a myth that an actual US retail version exists... until now. I have found a working prototype of the 64DD for the US market AND it contains a developer blue diskette inside of its drive. This unit is unique in many ways and in this video I tell you all the things that make it special...and what happens next... For the curious, I got this off Craigslist...but the person is shy and prefers to have their identity kept secret and I will respect that.
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