Here is a look at my Commodore software collection (AMIGA/CD32/CDTV) that I was just going through and decided to make a video about. I talk about some of the disks as well as touch on Amiga Emulation and just basically chat about related stuff.
I just came across this, don't know how long it has been or will remain available but I figured a great free game from a great site there is no better time to check it out/sign up. I did a video to let my Youtube subscribers know but they are doing site maintenance right now DOH! Thought I would fill you guys in to! Below my original post/info (On my Facebook group)
BENEATH THE STEEL SKY
Well, I wasn't going to post this since it isn't videogame related but it's gotten good response/comments so here you go......
First couple aren't that great but go to around 3:50 to hear my impersonation of Kermit the Frog............
Well of course my retro and classic gaming interests extends to other media, such as my CD/DVD collection. Thought it might be interesting to throw this video together and show some of my collection. Maybe of interests, maybe not but what the heck, consider this a space filler video. Thanks for watching and as always love your comments, replies and feedback!
FYI: Matt, you gave me an idea and I ran with it. I feel you will appreciate this especially around 2min 35 sec mark. THANKS!
From Oldschoolgamer: A video look, below, at the Commodore CD32 Console. This was a somewhat obscure and unsuccessful console despite actually being an Amiga 1200 computer at heart. Actually, this was the first true standalone 32-bit CD gaming console, but was let down once again by Commodore's lack of marketing and third party inability to take advantage of its capabilities!
Courtesy of MaximumRD, check below to read about and see his modification of a 3DO light gun and unboxing of one of the Philips CD-i models:
Just closed a deal on a sweet CDi package including:
- Digital Video Cartridge
- Controller (Gamepad type controller NOT remote)
- book of CD-i backups (also left a few Jag CD discs in there...who knows,
maybe someday you'll get a Jag CD and need games right?)
- 9 DVDR set is iso's
- 11 original game discs (8 titles total + 3 dupes) marked as demo discs,
Check it out, I'm very happy with these, especially the two part look at the ColecoVision USB 128-in-1 multicart! Let me know what you think guys, thanks!