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Thursday, 16 December 2010

I am aware that some people have received abusive messages on youtube from someone using my name on their profile, and linking back to my other site, and probably this one too.
Be assure that those messages are not from me, but from a common troll who is seeking to cause problems for me.


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Tuesday, 7 December 2010

New Videos

I've just uploaded a new set of gameplay videos for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES).
My youtube subscribers may well be familiar with them, but to those who just frequent the Retro Gaming Collector site, these, and the many videos that are to follow will be completely new.


Steve Benway 02:21 [+] (2) comments




Wednesday, 1 December 2010

T-Shirts & Mugs Store

Announcing the new Retro Gaming Collector T-Shirts & Mugs Store.

It currently has a number of Retro Gaming Collector branded T-shirts, some with well known catchphrases by YouTuber and owner of the Retro Gaming Collector website, SteveBenway.

More will be added in the coming wells and months, so it's well worth checking back to see what's new :)


Steve Benway 20:57 [+] (0) comments




Amiga Chipsets: OCS, ECS & AGA




A description of the three different chipsets used in Commodore Amiga computers.
The Original Chip Set (OCS) used in the 1000, 500, 1500, 2000 and CDTV.
The Enhanced Chip Set (ECS) used in the 500+, 600 and 3000.
The Advanced Graphics Architecture (AGA) used in the 1200, 4000 and CD32.

The chips discussed are Agnus, Denise, Paula, Gary, Alice, Lisa, Gayle, and Ramsey.

There is also a quick demonstration of a couple of games... Geoff Crammond's F1 Grand Prix demonstrating the OCS graphical capabilities, and Alien F1 (later, Virtual grand Prix), demonstrating AGA.

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