Need to get an Action Replay cart for my Saturn. Only have 4 Saturn games so the collection needs to grow!
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Sorry to go off topic here @llayboy , what's the update on your documentary? (1up) has this been postponed?
@Greyfox the documentary is still going ahead but it maybe taking an online form rather than trying to get it out into the big bad world. If the film gains a bit of popularity then I will look to getting it around. It's one of those situations where real life steps in front of this as I do video work in my spare time.
I apologise for the time it's taking to get it finished
« on: October 21, 2014, 09:37:40 AM »
My latest purchase was from the London Film and Comic Con last weekend. I bought Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg for the Gamecube. Been meaning to pick it up for a while now so I was very happy with my purchase.
« on: October 21, 2014, 09:28:39 AM »
I've recently got my hands on an iCade and an emulator for my iPad so I've been playing a lot of arcade games recently. I know emulation is seen as a sore spot in gaming but this is the only way I can play arcade games without getting an actual cabinet.
So I've been playing WWF Wrestlefest, Simpsons Arcade Game and Turtles in Time.
Apologies for the lack of updates over the past few months. There's been a few bits and pieces going on behind the scenes in my personal life so the film had to stop for a while. However a new year brings new life into this project I have loved doing so far.
It's guys like you all on here that keeps me going so I want to thank all of you for the support and I hope I can return the favour with a film we can all enjoy. As I said in the video I am hoping to get a short version edited this year and then it can start making the rounds at festivals and places like that.
So soon enough I am hoping you will get to see it at a screening! Once again thank you from the bottom of my heart for the constant support and let the rise of retro begin!
This is Dan the director of 1UP: The Rise of Retro Video Games.
I just wanted to thank you guys for your continued support of my project. Exciting times are ahead with the panel coming up at Alcon and interviews are being arranged. I just want to apologise for the lack of updates, things went a little quiet after revival. However things are picking up again as I have events to visit for the next few months. So there should be an update every month for the next few months.
Again thank you for your support and I'll talk to you soon