Since we're starting from scratch with this new layout, I figured I'd create a thread for all of the content creators in the Nintendo Age community to share their new videos. Below is the latest from my YT channel, Retro Tech Select:
I do Retro Game Hunting in Japan if anyone is curious to check it out.
Latest episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_NXTVCxbE0
I run a retro gameplay channel that focuses on let's play/walkthrough videos, as well as live streams. Link: https://www.youtube.com/c/gameplayandtalk/
I'll have a LP of the NES Bart Vs. The Space Mutants this Sunday.
Great idea for a thread. If anyone is interested in the XenoCrisis "homebrew" that was recently released, here is my full review of the game.
New video out today! Top 12 GCN Games:
Might as well post my latest too:
I was fairly well practiced at this before going into the game, and honestly it was a pretty good playthrough for a good part of the video. Things really turned sour on Stage 4 as I got absolutely wrecked by the dino near the end. I have a soft spot for Bart Vs. The Space Mutants, but man some of that collision detection on platforms absolutely sucks.
Got another new one up today :)
I'll pitch in with another for the approximately two people still on the forum: A beginner's guide to Ghosts 'n Demons, a remake of the Wonderswan Makaimura (Ghosts 'n Goblins): https://youtu.be/7Pg9ae25KaA
So most of my time over the last year or so has been dedicated to making my dream happen and making content for youtube. For now all I have done are pickup videos but in the coming months I will be picking up a new computer, hd camera and better editing software. If you want to check it out the link is above. Every view means the world to me and is greatly appreciated guys.
Over the last two months I recently purchased a computer and proper editing software and now its come to this. Finally hitting the first benchmark in my youtube journey at 50 subscribers. Anyone is eligible for this awesome N64 giveaway bundle. Just subscribe and leave the comment "n64" in the video.
NEW video, Video Game Hunting in Japan.
Finding incredible cheap games that are worth playing nowadays.
A lot of Japanese SNES and Gamecube plus much more.