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Thread Blizzard Arcade Collection launching today on PS4/XB1/NSW/PC (The Lost Vikings, Rock N Roll Racing, Blackthorne; $19.99)
Worth noting that The Strong contributed some scans to the project, including the sweet prototype Rock n Roll Racing box!
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Thread Blizzard Arcade Collection launching today on PS4/XB1/NSW/PC (The Lost Vikings, Rock N Roll Racing, Blackthorne; $19.99)
Digital Eclipse made this btw. It's not "just" 3 games either. Blackthorne: SNES 32-bit Definitive Edition The Lost Vikings SNES Genesis Definitive Edition Rock n Roll Racing SNES Genesis 4 Player Versus mode Definitive Edition Plus a museum with behind the scenes stuff!
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Thread Do you have a Masters degree? Was it worth it?
Yes, and yes for the job I had and have now. But I wish there was a way of doing it with less debt (I worked for the university and had tuition covered and a small stipend, but that still didnt make ends meet, even with my wife working)
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Thread Piracy vs Preservation - The difference between historical curation and "I want free shit!"
I recommend taking a virtual tour on our Google Arts and Culture page! It's a bit outdated at this point, but it gives a good idea of how large the public area is. Video games on the second floor ;) A portion of our objects are also there, along with some great curated online exhibits! Not everything gets posted to YouTube unfortunately, but our blogs are a great way to keep up with what we are doing: My last one was on the papers we received from Denise Chaudhari, designer of the Xbox Duke!
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Thread Piracy vs Preservation - The difference between historical curation and "I want free shit!"
That is part of what game preservation is, but it isn't the entire thing. We have over 55,000 game related objects in the museum, and the games themselves aren't the most accessed materials in many cases. It is often the supporting material, the books, the documents, the videos. The game is certainly important, but my colleague likes to compare preservation of a game to preserving the preservation of a baseball game: It is more than just the game itself, as even with it you are missing huge pieces of important context. Even in cases where server emulation exists, illegally or otherwise, it isn't the same as it was, and judging it solely based on what is available in the emulator doesn't do it proper justice.We have over 550,000 guests at The Strong, and somewhere around 100 researchers (and more tours) every year, ignoring last year, with the hope to get to over 1,000,000 guests per year with our expansion. We provide access to research materials to just about anyone with a reason (and is willing to sign our paperwork), from traditional researchers, to YouTubers and superfans, some of which are happy to talk about what we offer when they see this. But we don't have access to IP rights. We cannot give access to the general Internet because of that. But recognize that with most of the material that we end up with, it isn't a case of going to a museum or going to the Internet. It is often the case that it ends up with us, a different institution, or it gets disposed of. We are rarely competing with people online for game development material, not to say it doesn't happen, and it is often the case that people come to us because we respect the IP rights. Whether that is the individuals that donate to us, or the big companies like Activision whom we love to work with, we can give access to things in a controlled way that people would likely never have access to otherwise. We're always looking ahead to what access may look like in the future. I picked up a MiSTer and an NT Mini to explore opening up more access to some rare prototype material, including arcade machine content, so you never know what may be coming!Obviously attempts have been made to change the law, and there are some exemptions in place (with more being reviewed), but yeah, we are limited by the law.We're happy to support things when possible, but issues surrounding rights can be complicated. That said, you may see some of that in the future! Happy to talk generally about other things we do or don't do!
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Thread Piracy vs Preservation - The difference between historical curation and "I want free shit!"
Yep! In a more typical year, one of my jobs is helping setup original hardware for people that do want to access games directly. I always love the perspective people bring, as it isn't always people directly interested in video games that are asking for access. I've also helped people with prototype access too, which is exciting for me. Part of what I find fun is going back through older collections with a fine-toothed comb. I've been able to find more Ms Pac Man Genesis prototypes, the unreleased, and games like by Interplay and Dawn of Man, an early Age of Empires prototype. I think the hardest thing to convey is how large the museum is, and that it has already been around for decades. Even someone like myself, who lived in this world for most of my adult life, didn't realize how large the museum was, and I lived 3 hours away for 10 years! Videos are a great way I have been trying to expand access. See our video on Fallout Extreme, with tons of unseen content: And just to add to the MiSTer conversation I started, this is a prototype for Wizard of Wor called Invisible Monsters which the museum owns. Unfortunately, putting a one-of-a-kind prototype arcade game out for play is challenging, but if we can create a clone of sorts...Nintendo has put out Star Fox 2. Sega has put out various things over the years. We saw Saints Row PSP legally released. Lots of 3d Realms stuff has prototypes out there. It does happen.
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Thread Piracy vs Preservation - The difference between historical curation and "I want free shit!"
I know, just clarifying what we do and what it means for access :) A lot of people think that most museums don't give access to things, but it often isn't true. I'm really proud of the work we do for access, and the wide range of groups that we give that access to. The last thing any of us want is for things to collect dust on a shelf, never to be seen.. We even have fellowship programs where we pay people a stipend to come do research, which is awesome!
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Thread Switch Lite has been out for a minute now, how are you all liking it? For those with both models, does fit those needs well?
Still wish you could dock it honestly, makes me play the Switch less than I did before.
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Thread Do you use a digital video scaler to play retro consoles on your modern TV set? I am looking for recommendations.
It'll really depend on your devices and what modes you hope to support with OSSC. The above posted profiles help a lot with timings, but I always have to tinker depending on the TV or capture device I'm working with. Quality is certainly great though
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Thread Do you use a digital video scaler to play retro consoles on your modern TV set? I am looking for recommendations.
OSSC ends up being around $140 from a decent source at this point: OSSC requires more tinkering compared to the GBS-C or Retrotink in my experience, but all have their uses. If you are going to use Svideo or composite in addition to component, Retrotink really is your best option.
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Thread If you could play one full version of a cancelled/prototype game, what would that be?
Thank you for the kind words.I knew I should have had that video pulled for reuploading my video, it gets too much attention when my original still exists.
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Thread The Final Fantasy track that makes me weep:
Most of FFXI's music, particularly around the beginning areas. It just brings back so many memories for me, its somewhat nostalgic, somewhat something else. The time spent hanging out, sun coming up after a long night, I wish I could recapture that magic.
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Thread [VGC] Xbox controllers are still using AA batteries ‘because of long-term Duracell deal’, spokesperson claims [Update: Eurogamer debunks]
Reminder: AA batteries were first introduced in 1907, and standardized in 1947. That is a huge history of use, and it is unlikely they will disappear any time soon. Contrast that with custom batteries, even going back to the 1990's, and the solutions are far more limited. AA batteries (when not stored in the controller!) are great, so far, for preservation of your controllers. Not only can you still get them, but you can also remove them before damage occurs, and without potentially damaging the hardware in doing so (especially as plastic becomes more brittle over time).
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Thread Xemu version 0.5 Trailer: is OG Xbox emulation finally a reality?
Xbox emulation's biggest issue for quite a few years has just been the low amount of people working on it. One of the other things to keep in mind is how the Xbox "scene" differed from other homebrew communities. Look at the toolchains available for most consoles at this point, be it Dreamcast, PSP, Wii, whatever. They all have something in common: true homebrew tools. The community built SDKs and other software that really allowed the systems to live on and move beyond the original software. Contrast that to the Xbox, where leaked source code powered most of the BIOS and dashboards at one point or another, where leaked development kits made it all but impossible to legally distribute binaries. That sort of thing can have a profound impact on homebrew, and certainly did on Xbox. Things that should have been documented back in the day either were never made public, or never done at all in a legal way, which has left the Xbox emulation scene playing a lot of catch up. But here we are, they certainly have caught up in many ways, and it continues to be super impressive!
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Thread If you could play one full version of a cancelled/prototype game, what would that be?
Yeah been a while for me too hah. I think it was more that they had access to some information, not a confirmation of a build. Have any info on that? I might have something related, not sure though.
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Thread If you could play one full version of a cancelled/prototype game, what would that be?
It's...not great. Certainly can tell it was a mobile port. Never really existed unfortunately, bar I think a behemoth tech demo that was only recently talked about. I dont know if its confirmed if the old Bioflames person even has it at this point, that person when dark years ago, can't really even call them a collector.
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Thread If you could play one full version of a cancelled/prototype game, what would that be?
[QUOTE="Shpeshal Ed, post: 54864706, member: 1721" Also Megabloks Halo: [/QUOTE] Ive basically shown nearly everything that existed for Halo Megabloks unfortunately.
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Thread If you could play one full version of a cancelled/prototype game, what would that be?
I have a few builds of BC from a developer, none of them very complete unfortunately. Though everything Ive heard about the game, it wasnt near completion either. And an Xbox (dev kit / 128mb ram required) build of Stargate has leaked, though it isn't good. Ive slowly been recording PC build footage, but it crashes a lot...(Playlist)I actually covered an early pitch for this, which has many similarities to what was being made. Most people havent seen the video though :PStill waiting on someone to make my Prey 2 dreams come true. It is Christmas, after all!I've come close to this one in the past, but its been years since I had a lead. I did cover a pitch for an unreleased sequel to the title (yep, unreleased pitch to an unreleased game!)
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Thread If Microsoft had held back Kinect and released it as an exclusive feature for Xbox One, would the console and technology have been more popular?
A big issue OG Kinect had was removal of some (all?) of the processing power earlier development units had, putting more on the 360 to do the work. Limited what could be done quite a bit.
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Thread "Insignia" Announced, a homebrew replacement for Xbox Live on OG Xbox
Only Unreal Championship and Midtown Madness 3 are playable at this point. Plenty of other games can sign in though. This is the full stream, but linked to the point where I start loading other games just to show how far they get, including the dashboard, Counter Strike, Halo 2, and plenty of others.
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Thread "Insignia" Announced, a homebrew replacement for Xbox Live on OG Xbox
My understanding is that One and newer consoles completely block old Xbox Live functionality. Essentially on OG hardware, you will have to run a one time save exploit. From there, it doesn't matter if your console is modded or not, so long as Live isn't blocked on your chosen mod, which some BIOS did.
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Thread "Insignia" Announced, a homebrew replacement for Xbox Live on OG Xbox
Ill just drop one here: Just as a note, Im not someone who is actually doing any work on the project, they just pull me in to test things knowing I have something like 300 Xbox games and know my way around the console hah. Any technical questions should be directed to them, even in the stream above I was going off of what I knew (which can change rapidly!)
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Thread Remember When Until Dawn Was A PS3 FPS Designed For Move Controllers? Post Games That Changed Drastically Throughout Development
I did a video on Until Dawn PS3, its actually super neat!I also did one looking at this. Hoping to revisit it with more details soon...A bit different than that. Climax's LA branch made the first version of SHO. Gamescom came, the game didnt do as well. LA studio was shutdown in October, project was moved to the UK Climax branch, and reworked extremely quickly, recycling what assets they could.
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Thread SciresM, developer of Atmosphere for the Nintendo Switch, claims you will never likely be able to see any software exploits for Mariko Switches.
There was a lot of time spent toying around with Microsoft Internal dev kit boards too (without some of the restrictions of the normal dev kit or user dev kit), all of which got scrapped when people got caught.
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Thread Footage from the canceled Daredevil: The Man Without Fear game for PS2, Xbox, and PC
They certainly had the feel down. Even in the early state here, there was potential in what they were building, even if it hadn't come together by this point.
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Thread Footage from the canceled Daredevil: The Man Without Fear game for PS2, Xbox, and PC
Happy to see the footage shared here! It's super early, but a lot of what I show can be seen in the trailers, so I do think it is a representative sample. I hope to have some time to try to get the PS2 ELF files loading sometime, which might be a better indication of the state of the game.
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Thread Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 Officially Announced - $1999 / Preorders Tonight / Launches Sept 18th
Im not even that heavy of a media consumer, but just the thought that once travel is possible again, I can get away with one device for most things is absolutely great. Especially since its one device I can fit in my pocket.
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Thread Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 Officially Announced - $1999 / Preorders Tonight / Launches Sept 18th
I bought one about two weeks ago, and I absolutely loved it. I wanted a new phone because I was bored, but was also looking at tablets, this is the best of both worlds for me. I hope they continue to get more common and better priced, as I think there is a ton of market potential for this sort of device, even if it doesnt replace the standard phone slab.
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Thread Phantom Breaker - The rarest 360 game in NA exists!
I have pressed copies of Juiced and Combat Elite, which work on retail OG Xboxes, from when both were being published by Acclaim so Juiced has tons of changes. I also have Dinosaur Hunting in English, which again works on retail Xbox. I know of two or three other games that were pressed but ultimately not released. They all don't have retail art though. The big difference between these and even a standard review copy is the fact they aren't on CDrs or DVDrs. This sort of thing is lots of fun hah.
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Thread We almost had a Castlevania set in Venice back in 2006
Back when Climax was getting cozy with Konami, working on Steel Horizon and Silent Hill Origins, the company was busy making pitches for other Konami titles. You may remember the Silent Hill PS3 / Broken Covenant pitch that I found years ago, this was made around the same time. What makes this a bit unique is that some time was spent developing some concepts, and it wasn't really far-fetched to think it might happen based on the relationship the companies already had. It would have been a radical departure for the series, quite typical of the 2006 era really, skipping the standard castle setting for an open-world Venice setting. The game would focus on the collecting of masks, enhancing the weapon loadouts that would have the standard Castlevania weapons, along with firearms. It got as far as to be pitched to Konami in person, but clearly it didn't go forward. There's a fun exchange from Sam Barlow on Twitter where he mentioned they brought in a real sword.
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Thread Super Mario 3D All-Stars contest (2 digital copies)!
For me, I remember playing the first Super Mario Bros with the music of the early 90s in the background. I can remember getting to the night stage, and Even Flow coming on the radio when it was new. The mornings watching the Super Show growing up. Now, I get to work to preserve the history of games, it's weirdly awesome.
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Thread Silent Hill Community |OT| In Our Restless Dreams, We See That Town
Ive been doing a ton of research into Silent Hill Origins the past few years that people might like. This one is a bit dated (as in I know more now), but it shows a lot of the original version of Origins One of the favorite bits I did was when I found the source files for the "Silent Hill Next" trailer that leaked prior to Origins being announced, so I re-rendered it in 4k.
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Thread HBOMAX - Class Action Park Trailer - Where are my 80’s babies at?
I only went years later, but before they started to fully sanitize it like it has been as of late (but still years after the loop slide, though my brothers grew up in that era for it). Even then, there was still a lot of fun to be had, from the cannonball slides, to the cliff jump. Nothing quite like it.
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Thread Would Sonic X-Treme have saved the Sega Saturn?
No, Sonic X-treme barely existed on Saturn at many points of its development. What they were making at different points wasn't great, and certainly wasn't a cohesive game that could even get close to Mario or Crash, or many other titles.
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Thread When was the first time a game's cancellation pissed you off?
I always try to tell the story of what could have been rather than what was, but sometimes it's hard to ignore. By July 2003, the game mostly looked like this. With a few exceptions of course.Glad people have enjoyed the BC videos I did, they flew mostly under the radar.
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Thread When was the first time a game's cancellation pissed you off?
Glad you liked the videos. Wasn't truly open world in a way people would expect. More self-contained in all the prototypes that existed.Still kills me to see my video copied and reuploaded for this one.You wont be too sad when I finally share gameplay of it. It was very, very rough.
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Thread [PtoPOnline] The Birth of a Franchise: Forza Motorsport in 2002 (VERY early prototype footage)
As always, anything on my personal channel has nothing to do with my job :P But glad people liked it, it's super interesting to see the birth of something that has become so huge, especially that early in the Xbox's life.
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Thread 2020 World Video Game Hall of Fame inductees announced
It's been a crazy year so far, but I'm really proud of what our team put together this year. The games this year were incredible choices in my opinion, but these four rose to the top. Edit: Here are the selection criteria for anyone interested:
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Thread A Build of Yager's 2015 Dead Island 2 has leaked.
I keep trying for Prey 2, but it doesn't happen. There is a thought that this particular leak comes from another leak that landed at least one person in hot water with the law (Dead Rising 4), and that it may phone home to a server, tracking people who play it on the off chance that server is still alive.
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Thread "Insignia" Announced, a homebrew replacement for Xbox Live on OG Xbox
This uses zero leaked code in this project. People need to realize that the entire Xbox scene was built off of code that has only recently become more widely available. Many custom dashboards and BIOS that people continue to use since 2003 are from leaked code. But there has never been an Xbox Live replacement, which would have done great back in the day, because there just isn't anything usable in there as far as I've been told by people who were there. And that discounts the Xbox 360 live code that has been leaked years ago which is also apparently useless. This new implementation is built from scratch, and any tools that are made to help you get needed information will likely be buildable with the open source dev tools, so you won't even need something compiled with Microsoft's SDK, which would make it even more legal, if such things are possible hah.
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Thread "Insignia" Announced, a homebrew replacement for Xbox Live on OG Xbox
It uses none of their code, completely clean room, plus a service that won't be making money nor makes Microsoft money. I hope they don't do anything, not sure they have a case regardless but that doesn't mean much.
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Thread "Insignia" Announced, a homebrew replacement for Xbox Live on OG Xbox
You actually don't need Homebrew, and many of the bios interfere with Xbox Live connections so you might need to tweak some settings or turn off the mod. That's a holdover from preventing people with mods from getting banned on XBL, BIOS developers just blocked all Live traffic.
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Thread "Insignia" Announced, a homebrew replacement for Xbox Live on OG Xbox
Better than it was, but lots of work to go. JSRF is mostly playable with a few minor issues, even at 4k.My understanding based on following various attempts is that there are a lot of games that use basic Xbox Live tools that should be easy enough to recreate. I believe EA often did custom things, and MMOs of course like PSO, but there should be a lot of games that are on the easier side. Not to call it easy though, especially since I cant program at all.
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Thread "Insignia" Announced, a homebrew replacement for Xbox Live on OG Xbox
This is being developed by one of the Xbox emulator CXBX-Reloaded developers, Luke Usher. As a big OG Xbox fan, I'm excited for this, as there are many functions that cannot be replicated by Xlinkkai and other System Link replacements. Along with the announcement was a video showing that the signup process is indeed working for the first time since it was shut down in 2010. Quick edit: Just to be clear, I have nothing to do with this, and am just an extremely excited Xbox fan who happens to be a historian too.
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Thread "Insignia" Announced, a homebrew replacement for Xbox Live on OG Xbox
Xbox OG only as far as I know. They arent looking to step on toes when it comes to active services. Steel Battalion Line of Contact has a lot of fancy modes, though that will be harder to implement. Anything with Matchmaking would benefit, including Halo 2. Plus the handful of games without system link. But there are other benefits, as System Link games are expecting LAN conditions, so many could work better over "Xbox Live" versus System Link.
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Thread Ghost of Tsushima: E3 demo vs SOP demo combat
A little bit of self advertising on this one, but I got my hands on a Ghost Recon e3 demo a while back. This shows how these things are made and the incredible scripting that goes on. This happens with many companies, so it is worth watching in my opinion as I literally show how scripted it is.
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Thread Is the Apple Mac (late 2014) the most useless computer of all time?
Check the HDD, the one in my parents failed super quick and made everything feel sluggish to the point of being unusable. I have it sitting under my TV waiting for me to swap the HDD permanently, but it is a big fix. Still not going to be super fast, but many of them (from a certain year, dont remember exactly) had issues.
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Thread Unreleased Diddy Kong Racing Adventure for the Xbox has leaked.
Climax didn't have access to Stampede as far as I can tell. And the reporting on this is so bad, no this was never considered for Xbox. They made a video using technology they already had, which was for their Metallica game, which ran on PC (supposedly), PS2, and, you guessed it, Xbox. Notice how there are no button prompts, no anything that would show Xbox, that isn't an accident. Just wait until you hear about their Castlevania pitch.
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Thread Unreleased Activision X-Men fighter for PS1 uncovered.
Yep, as a debug option! Glad someone noticed. Generic by today's standards, but there werent that many 3d fighters to go off of that were made for console first, let alone superhero ones. I have at least one design document for the game, so once I get one of these other builds going, there will be a huge video covering what is and what was intended to be.
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Thread Video Game Preservation Resources & News
The latest we did was an online exhibit to supplement our Women in Games exhibit that just opened last week. Of note in here is the concept art of a Wonder Woman pinball table that wasnt made, some pictures that haven't been seen before, an Atari memo about the Asteroids field test, and some video from our Atari Coin-Op tape archive.
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Thread Video Game Preservation Resources & News
Im a tad biased, but I feel like the Museum of Play should be more than just an "Other" :) We have the largest collection of play things in the world, and likely the largest collection of publicly accessible games and related material, including magazines, trade catalogs, and more. Feel free to ask questions about the museum, Im happy to answer what I can.
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Thread Video Game Preservation Resources & News
The things that the museum has is beyond what you could simply get by going to a store, buying a game, and backing it up. We have hand written notebooks from people like Roberta Williams and Will Wright, for instance. Source code from Carol Shaw. Tons of stuff that might otherwise be trashed. Retail games, at least pre-digital distribution, are relatively safe (with exceptions of course, there are still undumped games, revisions, unknowns, etc). I worry more about everything else, which is why I do what I do.
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Thread The History of Arcade Games Simply Isn't Accessible
We work extremely hard at the museum to preserve the history of arcade games. It isn't the same as MAME or emulation collections, no, but our archival materials are truly amazing, particularly for US based companies like Atari and Midway. It is one of our areas of focus here. And I am doing my best to share parts of that when I have the opportunity, like our Gremlins video focused on the cancelled arcade game with no known surviving prototypes. That is in addition to over 300 arcade and pinball machines. Obviously, that is a drop in the bucket compared to what is out there, but the collection continues to grow.
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Thread One-Winged-Angel (FFVII) has been featured in official SQEX symphonic albums more than a dozen times, Final Fantasy Tactics hasn't been featured once
I agree. It's an incredibly underloved-by-SE soundtrack. When someone finally goes wild and makes a suite out of it, it's going to be wonderful.
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Thread Limited Run Games |OT| Sweet XOXO for Digital to Physical Media
Im happy to continue to support for the time being, the game preservation side of having something on a cart is the most meaningful. I think that message gets lost a bit, and I think simplifying things could be good for everyone. I do worry about the number of variants and CE's though, since my income isn't quite what it was in some ways right now, and it has always reminded me of the comic industry's behavior in the 90's where they made things because they could get away with it. I avoided PS4 releases mostly because I knew I wouldnt be able to keep up with it all that way. As it is, I missed a CE of a Vita game simply because I didnt see it, but Im not all that upset. Adding Switch to it will complicate things a bit too.
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Thread What cancelled game are you still the most bitter about ?
I still think will magically appear in my inbox one day.To be fair, it wasnt even announced hah.Sadly never all came together that well. Lots of fun concepts to play with though (and to be fair, Ive only played a few select builds).What I found fun is a pitch for a sequel that took Inferno into consideration.
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Thread Buy/Sell/Trade Thread 2019 | Read the New Rules in the OP |
WTS 5.05FW PS4 Pro with controller System and Controller only. A bit dusty from not being used, will give it a good clean. Controller was used once, to format the system, otherwise it has been sitting in it's bag. $425
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Thread Buy/Sell/Trade Thread 2019 | Read the New Rules in the OP |
Older or GB/GBC bootlegs. Not looking to spend a lot on each, knowing I could get some for around 3 or 4 bucks each, but if you happen to have old bootlegs (maybe you bought Pokemon on Ebay thinking it would be real, or got deceived), I would love to have them. Dont care about labels so much if the cart itself is decent. Planning on doing some experimentation on them.
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Thread Buy/Sell/Trade Thread 2019 | Read the New Rules in the OP |
Untested, no reason to think it shouldn’t work but it is quite old at this point hah. $675 Shipped in USA Review copy for debug systems, probably works in modded consoles but untested $70 Review copy for debug systems, probably works in modded consoles but untested $70 Preview copy for debug systems, probably works in modded consoles but untested $90 Preview copy for debug systems, probably works in modded consoles but untested $100 Preview copy for debug systems $90 Review copy for debug system, probably works in modded systems $225 Preview copy for debug system $225 Xbox Debug Kit Tested, working. Pretty sure I pulled the unreleased game Fuel from this Xbox, if youre wondering where its from. Clock capacitor has NOT been removed, but shows no signs of problems. Still sealed, so I wont be checking, I highly recommend you do so though (I was going to be before I decided to sell). DVD drive opens and closes, loads game, not quite as fast as some drives. I make no guarantees on any DVD drive or hardware, they are getting old now. Game not included. $310 Shipped in US Xbox Debug Kit ‘Guido’ Tested, working. Has a sticker that says Guido on top, from developer. Clock capacitor has NOT been removed, but shows no signs of problems. Still sealed, so I wont be checking, I highly recommend you do so though (I was going to be before I decided to sell). DVD drive opens and closes, loads game. I make no guarantees on any DVD drive or hardware, they are getting old now. Game not included. $310 Shipped in US