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Super Nintendo :: RGB204 / MY LIFE IN GAMING Super Nintendo :: RGB204 / MY LIFE IN GAMING

– Platformers. RPGs. Action Adventures. Puzzlers. Racers. 3D flight. It’s no surprise that the Super Nintendo Entertainment System continues to be a popular pick for many people’s favorite console of all time. Developers took what worked on 8-bit consoles and injected new color and more spectacle. The 16-bit era gave us an early look at…

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PSIO – PS1 Flash Cartridge / MY LIFE IN GAMING PSIO – PS1 Flash Cartridge / MY LIFE IN GAMING

Pulling a game from the shelf… placing it in the console… hitting power… and settling down for an evening of gaming. That feeling is simply irreplaceable. But the cold hard reality is that playing classic games this way is no longer practical for a lot of people, and especially due to the nature of disc-based…

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Sony PlayStation 2 :: RGB210 / MY LIFE IN GAMING Sony PlayStation 2 :: RGB210 / MY LIFE IN GAMING

– In the mid-nineties, it might’ve seemed unlikely that a newcomer to the video game hardware business could achieve so much success that it would vastly overshadow all competitors in sales, in all regions worldwide, becoming, at the time, the best-selling console ever. As the major players began to prepare for a new console generation,…

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How to transfer music To Your Walkman® Using Media Go Software How to transfer music To Your Walkman® Using Media Go Software

Hi I’m Peg from Sony and I’m here to show you how to transfer your music library to the Media Go software Media Go allows you to easily transfer your music collection as well as photos and videos between your computer and Sony devices such as Walkman’s Sony Tablets Playstation Portable Sony Mobile and smart…

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M2: Complete Works / MY LIFE IN GAMING M2: Complete Works / MY LIFE IN GAMING

[ VO ] The 1980s and 1990s are considered by many to be the golden age of Japanese video game development. Two decades filled with unforgettable experiences such as Super Metroid, Sonic The Hedgehog, Final Fantasy, and Resident Evil. The average western video game fan may imagine Japan as a mythical place. A mecca of…

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Sony PlayStation 1 :: RGB206 / MY LIFE IN GAMING Sony PlayStation 1 :: RGB206 / MY LIFE IN GAMING

– The allure of CD technology brought many new challengers to the home console market in the early to mid 90s. CD-i? 3DO? But only one had what it took to cement itself as a new force in gaming. To simply say that the PlayStation’s success changed the gaming landscape would be an understatement. Sony’s…

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PS4 vs Xbox One Episode 4: Software PS4 vs Xbox One Episode 4: Software

Consoles have evolved to become the hub of the living room so how do the PS4 and Xbox One stack up in the software department? Even though both consoles are close in most areas they take two totally different approaches for the interface. The PS4 is focused on gaming with media as a secondary feature…

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Who Invented the D-Pad? | Gaming Historian Who Invented the D-Pad? | Gaming Historian

The D-Pad, short for directional pad, is an industry standard. It’s on just about every video game controller. Even modern consoles like the PlayStation 4 have it. It was created by Nintendo in 1982 But the D-Pad didn’t start out as a game changer. It was just an answer to a design problem. In fact,…

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History of Lobotomy Software: Finally Exhumed History of Lobotomy Software: Finally Exhumed

Many of us have a particular favorite developer or maybe even publishing house, though more likely an individual designer, and we tend to acknowledge them because they did something great that really stood out as being something unique and spectacular (well most of the time anyway) Though most games generally fall into obscurity, throughout history…

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