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  1. Hi... I just purchased an "Atari ST 520" off of ebay for the first time "Ever"; I never really owned one before so I am a first time of one of these machines. I was wondering has anyone ever programmed Mode 7 style graphics on the Atari ST? I've posted picture of a demo of mode 7 on a Sega Genesis and wonder if anyone ever tried to pull it off on the ST yet? It sounds like a neat little project for somebody.
  2. What do you look for in a video game review show on YouTube and elsewhere? I'm thinking about starting one myself and I'm looking for ideas on what you the Atari age user would like to see in it. Are there any games that might not get enough coverage? Is there a certain style that's pleasing to you? Are there any YouTubers I should watch or avoid? I am very interested in everyone's input and am looking forward to hearing back from some of you. I'm just in the pre-production stage at the time I'm posting this (11/6/17),but I'll give you this much: The name of the channel and show will be The Matty Matt Show (stylized as Matty Matt) The review will be five minutes exact. (Trust me, I know how to get there ;3) The reviews will be family friendly. The games featured will cover the gambit from the 2600 and beyond (Perhaps throwing in some newer games and homebrews for older systems). I'd like to stick to multi player games, simultaneous or not. And I look to have a segment on the channel where I interview someone while playing the game with them.
  3. All the 2013 Portland Retro Gaming Expo (PRGE) videos are online at YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/cyberroachDOTcom/videos Enjoy! -cyro
  4. So in their latest effort to further break what's already broken, YouTube has decided in their infinite wisdom that channels with less than 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of watch time will be stripped of ad revenue partnership, even if they have been long time partners for years. My video game channel currently sits at just over 400 subscribers and it has taken me a good two years to build it up to that point. http://YouTube.com/mmf187 Somehow in the next 30 days I have to come up with another 600 subscribers. If I don't then Mistah MegaManFan gets demonitized and even if I reach their magic threshhold of 1K and 4K I have to re-apply for partnership all over again and make sure I meet all of their guidelines, which essentially gates off anybody who isn't grandfathered in before this actually takes place. I'd be humbly appreciative of anybody here at AtariAge who subscribed to help me out. Even if you only subscribe with an Gmail account you never check or look at, even if you never watch a single minute, any one person who helps me get to that 1,000 threshold helps. The hours part I can work out on my own, but I can't pull 1,000 subscribers out of thin air. For that I need all the help I can get.
  5. The title of the forum post pretty much sums it up. I don't follow that many video game-related channels and I'm looking for some new ones. My favorites are Metal Jesus Rocks, as well as My Life in Gaming. Although I don't have a massive video game collection, I like seeing other people's game rooms, but I also love hearing about some obscure games, imports, old hardware, so the recommendations don't have to be limited to just collectors, but gaming in general. The only things I really hate on YouTube are people who try to include comedy bits in everything they do or furious editing. Maybe I'm in the minority, but those are really distracting to me. Thanks in advance!
  6. With your Atari 8bit enthusiast hat on: What YouTube channels do you subscribe to? So far I have:- The Modern Atari 8bit computer https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmzjD_biYJ5hQf-MoK9Ztcw flashjazzcat https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4nx-i-2K34RDHyDn06i7Ng Kevin Savetz https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgtj2VfQ6MvKRn3Gr_OGykA Przemyslaw Krawczyk (Lotharek) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw2ZrQ57WnNhDh00yOgh-jw
  7. These are the YouTube gaming channels we watch. Which ones do you watch? RetroLiberty http://www.youtube.com/RetroLiberty Video Game Sellers JHMDF https://www.youtube.com/user/JHMDF ArcadeImpossible http://youtube.com/arcadeimpossible PushingUpRoses http://www.youtube.com/PushingUpRoses LuigiFreakout123 http://www.youtube.com/LuigiFreakout123 Croooow111 http://www.youtube.com/Croooow111 StephsTooDef http://www.youtube.com/StephsTooDef BeatEmUps https://www.youtube.com/BeatEmUps
  8. Happened to see this on YouTube tonight when I was listening to some Gradius music: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S55XTMRsUgk&feature=related He comments: "This is what the Stage 4 theme (Stage 2 in the NES version) would sound like on the Atari POKEY sound chip. The POKEY was used in various Atari arcade cabinets, the Atari 400/800/XL series/XE series home computers, and the Atari 5200 game console." "I created this using Raster Music Tracker (RMT), a tracker program for windows that emulates the POKEY chip (kind of like how NerdTracker is for the NES sound chip). If the tune sounds off-key, it's because of the limitations of the POKEY design. It's very difficult to adjust the pitch perfectly with the POKEY chip." For compairson, here's what it sounds like on the NES: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E996DEgcV6c&feature=related Thought it was pretty cool, no idea how 'real' it is, but wanted to share.
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