We open up the Bandai RX-78 Personal Computer that we received in an earlier video.
We already did a piece on the Car Marty, but we take a brief look inside it in this video.
Re-enthused We play Cinemaware’s epic strategy action game, Defender of the Crown, on the CD32
We unbox more bits from Japan, auctions completed via Buyee.jp
We’ve started a Kickstarter campaign to help publish our book, Gaming in the Obscure. The book covers some of the more obscure consoles that we’ve dealt with, not all of them are unknown, but they are consoles that not too many people own.
Years of collecting consoles have given us a lot of interesting information to write about, we decided to go for the coffee table style of book, mostly because one of the things we love about some of these consoles is how they look. The format we’ve chosen allows us to have the images up front, just how it should be.
If you want to back us then please go here https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/12313189/gaming-in-the-obscure?ref=ap7d84.
The book will be available after the campaign but the Kickstarter will have a unique cover design.
We take a look at a 3DO title, the FMV beat-em-up Supreme Warrior.
We take a look at a slightly out of time console by SSD Technologies that attempted to jump on the motion control bandwagon.
Japanese Delivery Unboxing
We buy a lot of stuff from japan using the middle-man service provided by Buyee.jp (other services do exist, this is just our favourite).
Remember, if you buy from a different country you *might* be subject to customs charges when it enters your home country. If you’re unlucky you’ll get a pretty vindictive customs agent who checks prices on eBay to calculate costs rather than what you actually paid for the item – so be careful.