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  1. Mine is Verdun, it's (probably) the most realistic WW1 shooter out there. Grand Theft Auto 5 is a close second.
  2. More hunting from the Dallas area airs tonight at 8 PM ET!
  3. Back again for our 12th annual event and at yet another new venue, Ivory Tower Collections and Osage Event Center at Osage Casino are proud to present to you: Oklahoma Video Game Exhibition 2015! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oklahoma's Original Retro Video Game Exhibition Returns TULSA, OK (May 30, 2015) – Classic video games will return from history, as mid-America's one and only OVGE returns for the twelfth annual Oklahoma Video Game Exhibition! On September 12, 2015 video game collectors and enthusiasts from Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and even further will travel and converge on the Osage Event Center at Osage Casino in Tulsa, OK to celebrate the history, hobby, collecting, and entertainment of the video gaming industry. “Before the OVGE, people from the surrounding states had to travel across the country for events such as this,” said Jesse Hardesty, founder and organizer of the OVGE. "And since the OVGE first began back in September of 2003, we have inspired many other retro conventions in the surrounding areas." Come and celebrate a day of family friendly competition, discussion, buying, selling, and showing off of our beloved hobby on September 12th during the 12th annual OVGE! This new venue offers us more space than ever before for our largest OVGE yet! There will be Numerous video game systems, computers, and arcade machines, will be set up for the public to play plus tournaments and door prizes! Vendors and exhibitors will have memorabilia on display with most items for purchase. Doors will open to the public at 9:00 a.m. and close at 5:00 p.m. Cost of admission for ages eight and above is $5 dollars at the door. More than half the space is already claimed! So please, visit the website generously hosted by Earl Green (Phospher Dot Fossils) at TheLogBook and send in those table requests! The website has all the details for table pricing, and registration forms. September 12th will be here before we know it! We thank each and every one of you who have supported us and look forward to seeing you all at the Osage Event Center at Osage Casino on September 12th! http://www.ovge.com
  4. So I am thinking about picking up a Vita. I've played it in the past and found it to be a wonderful system. My only worry is that they have dropped the OLED screen in favor of a cheaper LED. Does it make that big of a difference? Should I hunt around for an old Vita? Comment and discuss!
  5. Hello retro fans! I was a Net Yaroze (SCEE) member back in the day. I did do a bit on it, after finishing uni, but never finished nor released anything and since then lost what I did I never pursued a gamedev career, mostly after seeing how difficult the gamedev was compared to business software Anyway, the 20th year anniversary of the Net Yaroze is March 2017, so I've been working on a 3D Net Yaroze game since the start of 2016 in my spare time... You can follow/contact me via: https://www.youtube.com/user/gwald/videos https://twitter.com/xpCoin http://xpcoin.com/ I want to make clear, contractually I can't release Sony binaries nor code.. and Sony can still take back the dev kit when they like! :D I'll probably contact Sony see if I can release it somehow (free of cause) on PSN. If not, then I'll just port it to SDL2 over time. Cheers gwald
  6. Sony's Playstation 1 ruled the second half of the 1990s and there were hundreds of great games for the console. However, some hidden gems are still out there for serious collectors. This is Part 2 of my Hidden Gems series with local game collector Reggie.
  7. Just wanted to let everyone know about the release of Gaming on Batteries Magazine #1. GoB Mag is a new take on the way gaming magazines present their content. We don't have columns of text, minuscule pictures of the games (or worse, very few pictures). We don't waste pages on page after page of editorials by the staff, we focus on the games and displaying them as well as we can within the confines of a page. The contents of the first issue are: Reviews: Kid Icarus: Uprising on the 3DS Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D on the 3DS Kid Dracula on Game Boy Virtua Tennis Challenge on Android Rayman Origins on PS Vita and the following Features: 8 Essential Game Boy Games E3 Focused on Portable Gaming I think the magazine is attractively priced at a buck for the digital and $4.99 +shipping for the print. The physical print copies use 80# Text Paper Stock, the same as the old 90's Gamefan magazine. The pages are sturdy and will hold up quite well to the deluge of ink on each page. The staff of Gaming on Batteries Magazine are: Myself, Carl Williams, my professional publishing work includes Copy Editing Classic Video Gamer Magazine (#1, #2 and #3), Managing Retro Editor for Gamefan Magazine (reboot, issue #6) and owning/operating the Gaming on Batteries website. Nick Abrams was one of the retro writers for Gamefan #6 and is co-owner with me on Gaming on Batteries. Ryan Janes and Carl Burton are our resident UK writers. Dustin Vogler is a member of the Classic L337 podcast and staff writer for GoB. Kevin Sousa is co-host of The Paranerds podcast and staff writer for GoB. Copy Editors and debuting in future issues are: Eric Bailey, better known as The Nintendo Legend. Michael Crisman, former writer for Gamefan magazine (issue #6, see a pattern yet?) Jason Fanelli, dude is all over gaming and a former writer for Gamefan magazine (nope, not issue #6 but #7 and, I believe, #. We are interested in hearing what fans think of the magazine, what they would like to see more of and what they think we did wrong. Fans can write to [email protected] for now. Gaming on Batteries Magazine is available on Magcloud at http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/416376 Gaming on Batteries can also be found at http://www.gamingonbatteries.com
  8. I am currently living in a small apartment, and my girlfriend will be moving in soon. In the interests of maximizing space, I am considering putting my numberous systems into storage and getting a nice emulation setup hooked up to my new TV. How anyone here ever done this, and did it work out for you? Now, what kind of a computer is needed for good emulation? I know next to nothing about hardware, and won't be building a machine. I'll just go to Best Buy when my tax refund comes back and buy a PC. Ideally, I would like to run stuff up to the Dreamcast era smoothly, if that can be done. If not, I'll settle for a machine that runs the classics. Any recommendations on an out-of-the-box machine that does the job? Also, any suggestions for controllers? Also, has anyone here had experience with a first-gen hacked Xbox? Thanks!
  9. From the album: My Game Collection

    Another recent addition to my collection (Mar 29, 2018) An original "Long Box" version of "Twisted Metal" for the Sony Playstation. All the original booklets and papers are there, and in excellent condition. Disk in good shape. I had never seen a ps1 game like this before I found this one. I did not know ps1 games came like this!
  10. I'm mostly a PC gamer and my last real modern console was an Xbox 360. I've been gaming for how many decades now? Anyways, I've never had an issue with companies not only offering multiple ways to handle something on a gaming system (audio, video, controller, sometimes power even) but they have always included at least a basic method of connection to TV or accessory. The lack of required cables/accessories to connect your new device is acceptable to everyone on a $60 controller these days? What a bunch of shit! I got a PSTV because they were $20 and I've been wanting to play TxK forever now. With much reluctance, I finally broke down and just purchased a wireless PS4 controller for my PSTV with the idea it'll make for a solid backup/2nd controller for when I get the PS4/PSVR later this year. Mind you, it's really hard to justify the cost of said controller when for $60, there's a ton of other things you could get (Used Dreamcast setup, Atari Lynx, 3 more PSTV boxes, a whole lot of pizza, etc. etc.) but, I did it. Done deal. I was on my way to finally playing another Llamasoft masterpiece. This was supposed to be a fanfare moment, not a WAH-wah moment. Half way home, I rip the box apart. To my shock and awe, it was missing the micro usb cable to connect the controller to the PS4 or PSTV. The words that would utter out of my mouth after reading the back and finding the asterisk are everything you could possibly expect. If any of the ones you're imagining involve alphabet letters like F, F or F, then you're right on the money! I simply give zero alphabet F's how commonplace this micro usb is supposed to be, but damn it Sony, you're supposed to include that. It's part of the package. That's how you not only connect the overpriced $60 controller but also charge it. Shame on you. What was supposed to be a 25-minute trip turned into a full featured movie. I return only for the person to help me unlock the controller from their security bracket for purchase, check me out a micro usb cable. I need a usb cable for the PS4 wireless controller I just got, I can't believe it didn't come with one. He grabs one off the shelf, I buy it for the extra $5 and I'm on my way. Not thinking for a second to even question the guys ability to do the job tasked at hand and picking the right one for me. I'm yet down the street half way again and to much of my disappointment and not really to be surprised I guess, it's the wrong cable. I failed. Once again, I put too much trust in another person to do the simple task to do their job in grabbing the cable that I very clearly verbally requested. Truly, it's my own fault. I said PS4 multiple times. It blatantly says for PS3 on the bottom of the box. It's what I get for not looking. I go back a 3rd time to return and exchange it. Needless to say, I'm not at all happy. Thankfully the exchange was in and out and even though I told her there was nothing wrong with the cable, she still exchanged it out with the code of defective. I give up. Who cares, I was on my way home again with all the required accessories to connect an alphabetting F controller to the goofy PSTV. Seriously though? Screw Sony. I wouldn't have had to go through all that shit had they done proper what gaming companies have done my entire life and that's include the required accessories for connection in the first place. I can't believe this is considered acceptable.
  11. Does anyone have a different way of collecting? a "sub-collection" or just something cool they like to get they're games with? a sort of non-standard collection? Me, I enjoy having the price tag on my games, as long as they have a high price on them. I also enjoy having games in rental cases... I find that very odd. but its cool. :thumbsup:
  12. It was suggested that I post in the marketplace that my latest book, My PlayStation Vita, is available on Amazon for $18.89, and in a Kindle version for $11.39. My affiliate link is here if you want to check it out: http://t.co/H7qUwhI5 You can see the list of my other books either here: http://www.amazon.com/Bill-Loguidice/e/B001U7W3YS/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0 , or here: http://www.armchairarcade.com/neo/node/2212 Thanks for the support, guys! I have three more books on the way in the coming year...
  13. http://youtu.be/34kEY0404d4 Sony's Playstation 1 ruled the second half of the 1990s and there were hundreds of great games for the console. However, some hidden gems are still out there for serious collectors. How many have you played? What would you like to see in Part 2?
  14. I currently have a PSP 1000 running 6.39 pro B firmware. Emulation has been buggy. The smoothest has been GBA, the NES emulator begins adjusting screen position by itself, and the framerate on SNES- for all games- is dreadful. So: What is the solution? Are there optimal emulators for that firmware? And do later versions of the PSP with higher RAM make a real difference? Thanks.
  15. Good afternoon all, I have just picked up an old Phat PS2 PAL model. I am getting disc read errors on PS2 games, PS1 games and audio discs. I did briefly manage to get a PS2 game to load, but it eventually locked up on the title screen when left alone. I know the discs are all fine because I play them on another console that I have. I was just wondering what could be the cause of this and if its not too expensive I may attempt to repair/replace myself. Many thanks for your help!
  16. Anybody have a playstation portable kiosk? for a decent price or any other kiosks for a decent price that can be shipped?
  17. Up for sale I got a Walkman MiniDisc player and 8 Minidiscs. I assume my fellow atariage members might be more into unusual dead formats than the average person. Check it out! eBay Auction -- Item Number: 321477454934
  18. Up for sale I got a high speed Sony Minidisc player/recorder plus 8 minidiscs (three blank and sealed!) now for just $30 shipped! eBay Auction -- Item Number: 321483112755
  19. Hey all! I'm clearing out years of stockpiled E3 swag, promotional items, one offs and various weirdness! The link below goes to my eBay page. I've been trying to sell on there for a few weeks and some of the bigger named items have gone, but I think your average eBay user knows very little about gaming, especially gaming memorabilia. I want this stuff to go to people that'll appreciate it! I know some of the people buying have just been resellers and that's lame. Hope you guys can find stuff you're interested in! I'm putting up new stuff every weekend when I have free time, so there's more to come! http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5574883395&toolid=10001&campid=5336500554&customid=&mpre=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fsch%2Fproducerethan%2Fm.html%3F_nkw%3D%26_armrs%3D1%26_ipg%3D%26_from%3D
  20. http://youtu.be/A0S1MwgSutI The Sony Playstation Portable (PSP) rocked my world in 2005 with it's amazing power, beautiful 3D graphics and fun games. Here are some more PSP Hidden Gems from my collection. Gurumin A Monstrous Adventure Untold Legends The Warriors Code Pangya Fantasy Golf Brave Story New Traveler Sid Meier's Pirates! Chili Con Carnage Gitaroo Man Lives! Pursuit Force Extreme Justice What games would you like to see in Part 3?
  21. I'm in the market for a PSP. I'm looking for the 1001 model. Feel free to pm me with any questions or offers.
  22. I am thinking about getting an Xperia Play, mainly for playing the massive amount of available Android apps with a real keypad. Does anyone here have one? Are the controls good, or is it an arbitrary combination of the d-pad and touch controls? Can it run emulators better than it's PSP cousins? Lastly, if I just purchase the unit alone without any contract or phone service, can I still use wifi to buy Android games? Thanks.
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