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What are you guys using to capture from retro consoles? It seems like most gaming focused devices don't support the resolutions these are outputting at, is there a good retro one or are you guys using different solutions?

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Finally got around to doing a video for Namco Museum Vol.3 on the PSone, so it's a retro, retro game video.

Worth watching for the insane Turbo mode cheat on Galaxian alone at around the 58:00 minute mark and yes it's over an hour long I do a full tour of the museum and all six games in the collection.

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Been busy capturing some HD Dreamcast gameplay:

[Edir] Oh and here some nice PS2 footage from Thunder Force VI, I just uploaded today.

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speaking of bad (the devil, speak of the devil)

This is a really nice thread. Thanks to Swainy and all the folks that made this possible.

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Our E.T. the monster itself, one game still on my to play list.

Quick video of Astral I did, another using using the RGB up scaler from that thread, looking stunning for Astal and a direct console capture.

Same with this Star Wars Arcade video direct 32X capture over RGB Scart

Not that any one will want to watch this but the next game for review is this horror Angelique Special 2, which is a dating sim / management game, this is the introduction video, have about 4 hours of gameplay footage and it's one of the slowest games I've played in years. Includes my commentary to help try to explain what is going in.

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Even at £3 it was a total rip off!

Yeah I just can't believe how long it took for any sort of action what-so-ever to happen, and even then it was piss poor. I think you fought a total of 2 enemies within the whole video. It looked more like an unfinished project released for cheap just to make money.

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Yeah I just can't believe how long it took for any sort of action what-so-ever to happen, and even then it was piss poor. I think you fought a total of 2 enemies within the whole video. It looked more like an unfinished project released for cheap just to make money.

Yeah it's pretty poor. What I do find funny is that video has had 3 thumbs down so far... I'm starting g to think the coders have been watching it? :)

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Time for a video to shake off those Sunday blues.

Tenchi wo Kurau II - Sega Saturn, awesome game and a superb port to the console, if you have the Saturn version I included the cheat code for the Super version of the game in the youtube description. Found the code on a Japanese website a few months back that I haven't seen anyone post in English. Going to be doing a Saturn import feture in the near future so I was thinking of including a few of the less known but still good Saturn games in it.

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Latest two Randomised Gaming videos, both have a PS1 theme.

Just a shame the motherboard on our video capture PC went and I'm still waiting on it to be repaired, grumble grumble.

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Not me, but I wasn't sure where to put this, didn't find a C64 thread...or...whichever system it is.

That sound is good, oh yes.

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