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  1. A gloopy issue 27, out today: https://wireframe.raspberrypi.org/issues/27
  2. Fun aside I just learned today: the 32X released in Japan on the same day as the PlayStation. Timings get allll manner of messed up when looking back on things.
  3. Frontier: Elite II, star map tacked up on the wall, best trading routes memorised, hours lost in the Actual Universe. Championship Manager, shoe resting on the space bar, playing a 1-4-5 formation so not to be a full cheater, taking Cambridge from nothing to kings of Europe. Syndicate, just straight-up murderising everything in front of me on a hot summer's day when I should have been outside being a real boy. Singing along with Cannon Fodder and SWOS. Being impressed Mortal Kombat was almost as good as the Mega Drive version. My first real let down when Street Fighter II came out on Amiga. I ended up with a Mega Drive and SNES thanks to my parents getting divorced and my mum feeling guilty (hurray!), and I adored both - though the SNES definitely had the edge for me. But the Amiga was special to me and my childhood, and that's what matters here. A direct comparison between Amiga and SNES/MD is hard, though, and borders on daft. Naturally I'm doing videos on the topic, but I also border on daft.
  4. Wow I didn't even have to remember to post this issue (and yes, I did forget).
  5. If I could also be so bold as to park this here, which was inspired by a discussion very similar to the topic at hand:
  6. Late because I went on holiday - issue 25 and a Steel Sky (that you go Beyond) https://wireframe.raspberrypi.org/issues/25
  7. Ah, the old 'Patreon is begging' schtick. It's been bubbling under the surface here for a while. And with that, I check out.
  8. Agree with all of that, just quoting this bit as I can throw my bit in here: have nearly 13k subs, over 1.6 million views, some videos with hundreds of thousands of views by themselves. £1,860 earned from that. Since September 2017. Two years. That's a life-changing salary of £930 pa (though it's by no means equally divided). I'm fortunate, I do YT on the side, I have a full-time job, the bills are paid. This works out as some brilliant pocket money. People doing Youtube full-time have to work hard to make it work. The stress is unbearable for me at times and I do one video a month, max, with no social media. Can't imagine how bad it must get for people who put in real effort and actually talk to people.
  9. I can't speak for Ste, but I doubt if he did object he'd go straight to you getting a verbal and written warning on the same day at work without even attempting to speak to you about it at all, as has effectively happened here with Octav1us on Youtube. I'd guess he'd probably try and talk to you first, like normal people do. Also, as others have pointed out, the "I sent one email to Youtube" thing is horseshit. You don't email them, you fill out a form specifically for copyright strikes. So that fills me with HMMMMMMMMMMMMM
  10. Not until it's out of Early Access, so... in about a year, according to the Steam page.
  11. Email wireframe@subscriptionhelpline.co.uk and they'll sort you.
  12. Issue 24 and Fallout New Vegas 2: New Vegas In Space https://wireframe.raspberrypi.org/issues/24
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