Recently on Twitter I’ve had a nice trickle of new followers, including someone by the name of @retroga_me. I noticed that he does a few Youtube videos called Massive-DMG, and I giggled a little saying “Heh, just like DMG-01“. But it turns out that this gentleman, just like myself, is a huge GameBoy fan with a huge GameBoy game collection!
For the last 2 weeks, GOG has been hinting a new publisher to appear on their site. Today they announced said publisher to be LucasArts, whoops! I mean “LucasFilm”. Personally love the Lucas “Film” games (Seriously guys, I know that LucasArts is technically dead, but what gives!?),
I love their point and click adventure games, though to be honest the first few LucasFilm games on GOG today is a little lack-luster, not to mention I already owned all but the StarWars games on this list. Plus I own a lot of LucasArt (I mean Films) games on disc when they re-released in big box sets at GAME quite a few years ago… Continue reading →
I’ve been watching a lot of YouTube videos recently and I discovered a YouTube Channel called Lazy Game Reviews. A YouTube channel that focuses on retro computing and PC gaming.
Clint, the host of LGR, does a few different shows on his Youtube Channel.
This one is OddWare, a show where he reviews and demonstrates obsolete hardware. In this episode he shows of an optical mouse that was released back in the eighties! Who’d thought there was such a thing as optical mice in the eighties! Well, Clint discovered one, and it requires a special reflective mouse pad and a nine volt power supply for it to work. Continue reading →