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  1. Facebook | YouTube | Twitter AtariAge, here's a feature-length documentary in the works covering the subject of the transition from physical media to a digital marketplace. Its focused around local video game shops and collectors. Here's the thesis: Some of the places we've visited: The Library of Congress Game Zone in Salem, MA eStarland in Chantilly, VA Control Freak Video Games in Pigeon Forge, TN Arch City Gaming Company in St. Louis, MO Classic Game Junkie in Glenside, PA Iceman Video Games in Toronto, ON Robot City Games in Binghamton, NY Lost Ark Video Games in Greensboro, NC Digital Press Video Games in Clifton, NJ Thrillhouse Games in Tulsa, OK We currently have about a year to go with our production and a year under our belt as of today. You can see an overview of the story behind the movie in the campaign video if you're interested. Here's a clip from Digital Press Video Games in Clifton, New Jersey if you want a quicker look. The film will dive into internet accessibility in rural areas, the benefits of buying retail or going digital, and the history behind starting these stores. We're talking with game developers and physical media manufacturers, too. I've seen this subject come up countless time on Gaf, on how the march forward into digital distribution has plenty of hurdles left for consumers and publishers to jump. Needless to say, my discussions here over the years have influenced the film. I hope you dig the idea. We're aiming to have a rough cut in early 2018.
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    Joystick

    From the album: Omega's - Atari 5200 Setup

    Closeup of the Flight Stick for my Atari 5200. Playing will never be the same.
  3. From the album: Omega's - Atari 5200 Setup

    Flight Stick to go with my Atari 5200. I never knew playing game on the 5200 could be so enjoyable.
  4. I've been working on a new resource for Vectrex Collectors and Enthusiasts. I call it the Definitive Guide to Vectrex Collecting. It's a website which includes all Homebrew released games and hardware (eventually original equipment). There is comparisons of all versions and variations of each release as well as pictures and information that is not available anywhere else on the internet. I've tried to offer a good amount of info relating to collecting but for more in depth information of each item, I've provided links to the Vectrex Wikia. Also included is a filterable and searchable checklist which can be used as a rarity list or resource for determining value (how many produced, whether the rom has been released, whether its still available). http://tbone1892001.wix.com/vectrex-guide
  5. skaboytd

    Vect-Rex

    Guys Games and Beer has been working on a big project for the Midwest Gaming Classic. Check out the video. Big shout out to Arcade Jason for inspiring this project. https://youtu.be/wj-PueSRgFM
  6. does anyone have issues getting other cores to work on the analogue Nt Mini if so how did you fix it and did it work because i have everything i need to get the cores working but its saying there still not found so im wondering if it something to do with the firmware or the sd card im using if anyone could shed light on this issue would be greatly appreciated thanks.
  7. Many of us here are into Classic computers and game machines, so many of us so-called "old farts" remember the pre-PC days when our TV's were our only monitors. You remember the old sets, big, heavy and expensive. A lot has changed since then, television sets are now relatively cheap and no longer heavy, but the screens are HUGE. This poll is to gauge the status of the community when it comes to viewing our classic equipment...
  8. Gamers, for the most part, do not primarily focus in on hardware modifications, programming or other technical aspects of the various platforms they use, playing the cool games is the goal in itself. Since many gamers have purchased and use multiple platforms, size and cost considerations do play a part in the continuing acquisition of new platforms to explore. Until recently, the TI-99/4A was not even a close contender for consideration. Let’s face it, the original expansion box is big, heavy and expensive. The TI-99/4A’s original storage method was not exactly “newbie friendly” either. All that is changing! In fact the TI-99/4A may become one of the next “Hot Items” in the retro gaming scene. You see there has been a lot of continuing development for the TI over the past year, which is making it obscenely easy for a person to download games, and get them onto the TI. There is now a ‘plug-n-play’ SD card based “Multi-Cart” << INFO HERE >> There are hundreds of FREE and available files to download << HERE >> There is a 32K Memory expansion currently in development that will simply plug into the side of the TI-99/4A that will allow one to use nearly all programs written for the original system. Now some of you prefer a retro-screen, others a crisp and clear looking VGA display. That is also an option for the TI-99/4A you can read about that upgrade << HERE >>. In short, the TI-99/4A can be a small-sized platform that will enable you to play a multitude of classic and awesome new games without having to spend a small fortune or clutter up your game room .
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