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6 Comments

  1. Stephen Patmore June 7, 2014 1:08 am  Reply

    Are you going to add the Saturday Shenanigans streams to the website somewhere or just keep them on your YouTube channel?

    • AficionadosChris June 7, 2014 7:50 am  Reply

      Hi Stephen!

      They will remain on YouTube. There will be one today at the usually time! Hope to see you there!

  2. Stephen Patmore June 18, 2014 3:51 pm  Reply

    Is there any particular reason that DiamondArmadaOnline isn’t in the group of friends? I just find it odd that he’s not been added.

  3. Stephen Patmore June 27, 2014 1:36 pm  Reply

    If you’re looking to do more video game reviews of older games, similar to your Retro Duo Godzilla video (awesome video by the way) I have a few recommendations that would cost very little. If you get a Nintendo Wii with an SD/SDHC card, through emulators it can play most roms for NES, SNES, Gameboy, GB Color, GB Advance and N64, as well as some roms for PS1/PSX. It can also play Gamecube and, of course, Wii games through the disc drive, although Gamecube games need a gamecube controller and memory card to save on. I’d be happy to guide you through setting up these Wii Homebrew applications through Skype or whatever else, although I’d need to make a skype account first. You’d need some sort of game capture device as well though; Don’t know much about them so you’d need to do that research. I hope this is of use to you as a Wii is pretty cheap nowadays, but will be able to play games from many retro consoles. If you want to ask any questions or need more information about it, then feel free to email me.

  4. Stephen Patmore June 29, 2014 8:58 am  Reply

    If you’re looking to do more video game reviews of older games, similar to your Retro Duo Godzilla video (awesome video by the way) I have a few recommendations that would cost very little. If you get a Nintendo Wii with an SD/SDHC card, through emulators it can play most roms for NES, SNES, Gameboy, GB Color, GB Advance and N64, as well as some roms for PS1/PSX. It can also play Gamecube and, of course, Wii games through the disc drive, although Gamecube games need a gamecube controller and memory card to save on. I’d be happy to guide you through setting up these Wii Homebrew applications through Skype or whatever else, although I’d need to make a skype account first. You’d need some sort of game capture device as well though; Don’t know much about them so you’d need to do that research. I hope this is of use to you as a Wii is pretty cheap nowadays, but will be able to play games from many retro consoles. If you want to ask any questions or need more information about it, then feel free to email me. Sorry if you got this twice, but I wasn’t sure if it was working with the email address I was using.

  5. Forest Wolfy October 8, 2015 4:31 pm  Reply

    Hello this is Forest. I’m sorry about the nonsense during a livestream, will you forgive me ?

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