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  1. Austin

    Sony Vegas Tutorial

    Today I spent some time doing a tutorial on how to use Sony Vegas. Personally, I am using Vegas Pro 10, but what I demonstrate here should be able to be duplicated in the consumer-grade Vegas Movie Studio series as well. It's nothing terribly in-depth, and it is a bit long-winded, but if you want to know how to run some animations and add a few effects, then look no further than this video! ( )
  2. The poster for the upcoming Gameplay: The Story of the Videogame Revolution documentary film is now ready, and shown below. When the Website is ready, I'll post again, and also once distribution details for this year are finalized. The film, which is based on the Vintage Games series of books by me and Matt Barton (we're also writers and producers on the film), covers the history of videogames from the perspective of those who made it happen. Those interviewed include Nolan Bushnell, John Romero, Todd Howard, Daniel Murray, Darion Lowenstein, Eric Lindstrom, David Crane, and many, many more. The narrator is Cain Devore. The film also has a Facebook and Google+ presence, although Armchair Arcade is still a great place to find out new details (in fact, here's the same thing as a blog post there so you can see the PDF).
  3. CLASSIC GAME FEST 2013 – July 13-14 - Palmer Events Center – Austin,TX Full Schedule and Details on Austin’s RETRO Video Game Convention Over the past 5 years, in addition to their regular monthly tournaments and events, Game Over Videogames has staged the largest classic video game party in central Texas for video game fans of all ages known as CLASSIC GAME FEST, or simply CGF (www.classicgamefest.com). These events typically have included HUGE retro game tournaments, costume contests, movies, live video game music bands, and much more fun for the whole family. This summer, CGF will become an annual Retro Video Game Convention held each summer in Austin, TX. Bring the whole family to see what video games were like “back in the day”. CLASSIC GAME FEST 2013 will take place on July 13-14 at the Palmer Events Center near downtown Austin (www.palmereventscenter.com ). Wristbands good for admission the entire weekend including ALL events, tournaments, concerts, etc. will be sold for only $10 each and all children under 12 get in FREE all weekend (when accompanied by an adult). Plus, a portion of every wristband sold will benefit the Dell Children’s Medical Center Foundation. Discount wristbands on sale NOW at all Game Over Videogames retail stores and online at www.gameovervideogames.com. The complete listing of all events and times for CGF2013 has just been officially released. The full schedule is as follows: BOTH DAYS - July 13-14, Classic Game Fest will include: - Artist Alley and Dealers room featuring classic and retro video games and related merchandise - games, systems, plushies, tshirts, figures, artwork, & more! - Apple Computer FAN booth - see classic Apple computers from the 80s - NeoGeo FAN booth - see & play on the amazing NeoGeo systems - find out WHY these were the biggest cartridges ever made! - Classic Video Game Museum - see all of the classics up close and show your kids and friends which ones YOU played "back in the day" - Children's Coloring station - something for the younger fans - Get to PLAY your favorite retro systems such as Atari, NES, Genesis, and more! - "CA$H for GAMES" station where you can bring and sell YOUR classic games, systems, and accessories for CA$H! - LIVE MUSIC - both nights feature amazing and FREE concerts from amazing gaming/nerdcore bands - Classic Arcade machines set up on FREE PLAY! The following schedule is for DAY ONE - Saturday, July 13th: 10am - Doors OPEN and CGF Begins 12pm - CGF Tournament#1 begins - NeoGeo - League Bowling (8 Player LINKED battle - never before attempted at a convention!) 2pm - CGF Tournament#2 begins - Speed Runs and other retro challenges! 3pm - Official CGF Costume Contest - 2 brackets - Kids 17 and under and Adults 18+ - prizes announced soon! 4pm - CGF Tournament#3 begins - TETRIS - 2-player Tengen Tetris BATTLE! 6pm - Artist Alley/Dealers room closes and AFTER party begins! 6pm - CGF After Party #1 begins - featuring LIVE MUSIC from the Returners, Gimmick-the video game band, and Descendents of Erdrick! 9pm - End of Day one. The following schedule is for DAY TWO - Sunday, July 14th: 12pm - Doors OPEN and CGF Begins 1pm - CGF Tournament#4 Begins - NeoGeo - King of Fighters 98 3pm - CGF Tournament#5 Begins - Super Smash Bros 64 - PRO level tournament 6pm - Artist Alley/Dealers Room closes and AFTER party begins! 6pm - CGF After Party #2 begins - featuring an ALL-STAR nerd-core/hip-hop LIVE MUSIC showcase from Scrub Club Records featuring: Madhatter, King Pheenix, and more! 8pm - End of Day two. Full descriptions of each event including all tournament rules, signup info, etc. will be announced soon online on Facebook, Twitter, and at www.classicgamefest.com. For more info on CGF2013 and for all media/press inquiries, please contact David Kaelin at [email protected]
  4. So, for those who don't know, I wrote a novel (Driving Crazy) about two lifelong friends who drive across the United States to pick up a Crazy Climber arcade game. They have all sorts of funny, horrible, amazing things happen to them along their journey. People constantly ask me if it's a true story, and are generally disappointed when I tell them it's not. (Or in the case of the realtor who sold me my house, he refuses to believe it's a work of fiction. He keeps telling my wife, "I can't believe you married him after what he did! Have you read this story? Oh my!" He's an odd duck, what can I say?) Occasionally, I'll get someone to tell me about their own road trip adventure, which got me to thinking... Have you had any sort of adventure while traveling to pick up a video game? It can be an eBay purchase, Craigslist, someone you met here on AtariAge or another forum, even an ad in a newspaper. My hope is to get enough stories to write an article for a gaming magazine. If nothing else, I think it could be amusing to hear what you've gone through to get your prized possession home. I put this in contests because, as an incentive, to the story that I enjoy the most, I'll send you a free signed paperback copy of Driving Crazy! (Open to people around the world. I know shipping outside the US is insanely expensive these days, but for the best story, it's worth it!) I'll let this contest run through December 31, and decide the winner in January. (Just a little disclaimer - posting your stories here means you're giving me permission to use it in the article, or perhaps as fodder for Driving Crazy II. I can certainly leave names out, to protect the innocent or guilty alike. If you still want to post here but not have me use the story, just make mention of that in your post. If that's the case, I promise I won't use any part of it, but you also won't be eligible to win the prize.) So, do you have a fun / horrible / interesting / amazing / unbelievable video game-based road trip story? Let's hear it! Cheers, Smeg
  5. Hey fellow gamers: My Room of Doom is featured in a new video by Iretrogamer, formerly the Sega Channel. You can check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r... You can check out the books mentioned in the video here: http://www.amazon.com/Brett-Weiss... THANKS FOR WATCHING AND READING!!! ------------------------- Classic Home Video Games 1985-1988 http://brettweisswords.blogspot.c...
  6. Thanks to the game designer, graphic artist and musician Luca Stradiotto, we now have the 25 years-old unreleased Atari ST version of "Lupo Alberto - The Videogame" (a game based on a famous Italian comic https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lupo_Alberto) The game is complete, music apart (early demo version). In 1990 C64 version was released: http://www.lemon64.com/?mainurl=http%3A//www.lemon64.com/games/details.php%3FID%3D1555 In 1991 Amiga version was released: http://www.lemonamiga.com/games/details.php?id=2227 Atari ST version was not released. I attach the game and an original character drawing: EDIT: new .msa version attached Lupo Alberto.zip
  7. Let me know what you think! Details about the trailer for Gameplay: The Story of the Videogame Revolution here: http://www.armchairarcade.com/neo/node/5676 Direct link here:
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