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Posted on Dec 5th 2019 at 08:00:00 AM by (zophar53)
Posted under Stadia, Google, cloud gaming

When Google held their own press conference at E3 this year, they talked a big game, promising experiences equal to, if not better, than anything you could find on a home console. Personally, it was easy to buy into the hype, even if I was skeptical. Media is getting more and more disconnected from the material world every year. It's inevitable that games will some day join the likes of music and movies in some digital streaming landscape. But after their E3 grandstanding Google went all but silent. I'd plunked down money to pre-order their "Founder's Edition" and still knew nothing more than what I'd heard in June. Only a few weeks ago did news break of more games being added to their lineup and shipping confirmations started going out to initial customers. After playing with Stadia for a while, I'd say some skepticism is still warranted.

Continue reading My Experience As A Google Stadia Founder

Posted on Dec 3rd 2019 at 08:14:20 AM by (minhalnawaz)
Posted under finance, finance

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Posted on Dec 3rd 2019 at 12:00:00 AM by (Duke.Togo)
Posted under Collectorcast, podcast

Episode 50 discussion thread: http://www.rfgeneration.c...rum/index.php?topic=19232

50 episodes already? Yeah, we couldn't believe it either. We tackle your burning questions, and recap Retroworld Expo 2019!

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Show Notes
00:00:00 - Into/Questions
01:05:29 - Retroworld Expo 2019 Recap
01:38:40 - Outro

Posted on Dec 1st 2019 at 10:24:15 AM by (Crabmaster2000)
Posted under NES Challenge, NES, Nintendo, Community, Mario, Zelda, Contra, Mega Man, Ninja Gaiden, Capcom, Konami, Taito, Challenge


The RF Generation community of collectors and players has committed themselves to demolishing the entire licensed NES library in the year 2019. Is that even possible you say, with your help it totally is!! Check out the RFGen 2019 NES Challenge thread to see how to join in at anytime throughout the year. There is plenty of opportunity to participate regardless of your skill level, favorite style of game or the amount of time you have to invest. Come over and play with us here:


Here we are everyone. The final month of 2019. It's fairly obvious at this point that we will not reach the goal of beating the entire licensed NES library in 2019, but we gave it a valiant effort and have put a monstrous dent into it. However, I and a few others still plan to keep taking down NES games this month to see how close we can get. Please join us if you want to mess around in the weeds of what's left of the Nintendo Entertainment System library.

Posted on Nov 29th 2019 at 08:00:00 AM by (Disposed Hero)
Posted under Review, RPG, Falcom, Xseed

I've written previously about the Trails in the Sky games, which is a series that has become near and dear to me over the last couple of years. After finishing the main trilogy that was localized and released in North America, the logical next step was to dive into the Trails of Cold Steel games, which are set in the same world and time period. I started the first Trails of Cold Steel title during the summer of 2018, and it took me roughly a year to finish it with many ups and downs along the way.

Continue reading The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel

Posted on Nov 27th 2019 at 09:07:47 PM by (Ted Playa)
Posted under Cancelled NES Games, NES Games, Unreleased NES Games, Retro Gaming


Posted on Nov 27th 2019 at 08:00:00 AM by (SirPsycho)
Posted under time travel, adventure, pc, point and click, fmv

The Journeyman Project: Turbo!

The Journeyman Project was developed by Presto Studios and released for Mac in 1993. The following year an enhanced version was released called The Journeyman Project: Turbo which was compatible with Mac and Windows. This Turbo release is the one being highlighted today. The original release was developed and published by Presto Studios, with the Turbo release being published by Sanctuary Woods. This version would also see a Japanese release published by Bandai. A few years later in 1997 a full blown remake of the game was released called The Journeyman Project: Pegasus Prime.

Continue reading The Journeyman Project 1 and 2 Dual Review

Posted on Nov 25th 2019 at 08:00:00 AM by (GrayGhost81)
Posted under gaming, review

I recently played all the way through a game that was really outside of my comfort zone. My regular listeners and readers will know that I tend to see gaming as a relaxing, leisurely activity. I am not a fan of difficult games. Life has enough difficulties and although I don't mind a challenge here or there, I'm usually not looking to get my ass kicked. I recently signed myself up for a swift ass kicking, but I did not realize it when I first started River City Girls. I thought I was starting a run of the mill beat 'em up in the vein of Turtles in Time, and although I quickly realized this isn't that kind of game, I stuck with it through the end and I'm glad I did.

Continue reading River City Girls

Posted on Nov 23rd 2019 at 08:00:00 AM by (NeoMagicWarrior)
Posted under PC, RTS

Advance civilization far enough into the future for some video games with Neo's "A Brief Look At" series!

This month, we check out Age Of Empires 2 for PC.

Check out more of Neo, and the rest of the RFGeneration stream team at http://Twitch.tv/RFGeneration

Posted on Nov 22nd 2019 at 08:18:27 PM by (Fakecollector)
Posted under Games, Collecting

Hi, So im going to try and use this as a basis of my "Collecting"

The name "Fakecollector" is that i dont really collect anymore unless im after a certain personal goal, Currently i want a xbox 360 shelf, and that goal is whatever the outcome on what i get in 2020 But im not collecting physical media like i used to if its not in reach from local stores anymore due to many things, Be it expense, Space, or the fact that i dont want to maintain a full on collection, Anyway, Let me tell you all a story.

So back in 2006 till 2015 I was big into collecting, But only the stuff i wanted and that i played mainly spanning Sega Systems but overall i was on the hunt for arcade games or arcade like experiences and JRPG's across numerous systems, I loved my disc based systems and only really invested a small amount into specific cart systems like the Neo Geo AES, PC Engine, Sega Megadrive, and Portable Cart based systems.

I had a big enough collection at one stage, Over 500 Games total with things i wanted and played, But then i questioned myself, What i wanted and what i want to do to take it to a new personal level.

Like with many people i like having the boxes of games on my shelf, The feeling of having a library to choose from, I was tired of the console setup, and using things "Like the old days" with the CRT monitors or ways to make them feel authentic.

To me i just want to play games, And if the "original" controller is in my hands in some form then emulation is the way for me to go, I Enjoy tinkering with emulation, More ways for me to play the games how I want them to play, The PC is my platform of choice but its easy to get every game you want and then just play, So i want to take it a step further and experiment.

We have Controllers that are 1.1 replicas of originals, Wireless, Modernised, and adapters for originals anyway, I want to make specific PC Builds, Low wattage, for certain consoles, I Like building nice hardware setups with quirks and RGB Lights just to sit and look pretty and do one job for me, Things need to be made hard to make this "Emulation x Collecting thing work" Anyone can grab an old computer together and have many emulators working, but again i want to make it more personal in the things i like.

Then we come to the games themself, My idea is to make my own library of my own collections / complations
of games, And its the most fun part, I can do this via DVD but its likely i want to do this with SD Cards and label them with my own artwork, Having the cases there with my own manuals and art is just gonna be a very personal way of me doing what i want to do, Someone comes to visit, Looks at the game shelf, wants to play something and its already on a computer somewhere.

Now i know its not an authentic experience, or the purist way to play, Far from it, but thats not gonna matter if i just want to enjoy the games and feel i have a collection i put time into.

Thanks for reading, And hopefully we will see how i get on with this in the future.


Posted on Nov 22nd 2019 at 12:00:00 AM by (Spoon)
Posted under Collecting, classic gaming

Hello game collectors.  Spoon here with a few tips for those of you who have begun the monumental quest for the rarest of the rare.  Yea I know, its a wild goose chase, but the fun is in the search right.  Besides, its better than being at home listening to the wife complain!  For me, walking into a retail video game store is like pulling teeth. Plus finding something that is actually rare is next to impossible at these places.  Most game stores wont even buy back anything more than a few years old anyways.  However, there are other places to commence your never-ending search.  If youre like me, youre not paying retail for anything!  Heres a list of a few places to keep in mind.

#1 Pawn Shops:  I get great pleasure scouring pawn shops.  Most of the time games are priced the same no matter their value.  Good for us, bad for them.  If they only knew what I would of paid for that NES Top Loader!  I even occasionally pull my nerd card out and call the pawn shops to see if they got any new video games in!  Laugh all you want, but you gotta be proactive at this.  No matter how big a nerd you are there is always someone out there that trumps you.

#2 Flea Markets:   Always beware the overly priced game stands at flea markets.  The better bet is finding someone who has acquired a stack of games and just needs a few dollars.  Also keep a look out for the little guys.  I have a regular that I visit every week.  I may only get a couple games per week from him, but guaranteed I got them for rock bottom prices.

#3 Antique Shops:  I hate hate hate antique shops, but I have scored some really good finds.  Always keep your eyes open or your game collecting ass of a friend will snipe a Vader 2600 right out from under you!  Also, be sure to ask the shop owners if they can contact you when they get something in. Ive got several shops that email me when they get video games in.

#4 Crackheads!:  For me this kind of ties in with antique shops since theyre in the same neighborhood.  Crackheads can be your best friends.  Im sorry but I could care less about theyre drug habit if Im getting a PS3 for $20.00. Besides, they can use the cash for food.   Its not my fault they would rather get high!  My best dealings with crackheads will be discussed in #7.

#5 Home town game shops: These can be the best or worst thing thats ever happened to you.  If you get in good with the owner, you can usually score some pretty good deals. Always be sure you know the value of what your buying!  For me I keep my iPhone at the ready.  There is a decent app called "VGT Price Guide" that shows the current eBay prices for a ton of different games.

#6 Ebay:  Im not gonna give away my secrets here.  Just keep in mind there are a lot of people out there that dont know what theyre stuff is worth.  If youre a quick draw you never know what youll score at 3:00AM.

#7 Online classifieds: There are a few of these on the internet.  (Craigslist, Kijiji, etc.) There is a major one I use with great success.   Search through the for sale ads often then be proactive.  Bring the goods to you, post a want ad.  Also be prepared to meet up with the #4s.  Late night runs are a bit risky but yield the best rewards.  When in doubt bring a gat!  Also dont forget the online forums.  You will pay more most of the time, but every once and a while you can pick up a great deal (especially if you buy in bulk).

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Well there you go gamers.  There are just a few tips for your pleasure!

Good Gaming!


Posted on Nov 20th 2019 at 10:47:03 PM by (michaelfield78)
Posted under mua chung ahrefs trannamphong

Many marketers today use digital analytics tools to make website analytics reports faster and more accurately. These tools are used as a reference guide to check the current status of your website and to conduct competitive analysis research. Ahrefs is a tool that is not suitable for SEOs to search and analyze your website's digital indicators. So what is Ahrefs? What are the things that Ahrefs gives Marketers what helps them analyze the data?

What is Ahrefs?

Ahrefs is a tool that directly analyzes the parameters of the largest online website today. Originated from the idea of ​​establishing a backlink analysis tool of global websites. A multinational group of members originating from Ukraine (headquartered in Singapore) has established as Ahrefs and developed this backlink analysis tool to become one of the most powerful SEO group buy support tools in the world, with the ability to Analytical capabilities are increasingly expanding in terms of indicators and data quality.

This is also a big and complex bigdata and is only behind Google in data warehousing. Ahrefs contains a lot of valuable information, so Ahrefs is favored by SEOs. The mua chung Ahrefs tool includes the following main indexes:

Dashboard is the section showing the strength indicators of a website (be it your website / of customers / competitors), the research entry of each Project (each website will be equivalent to 1 Project).

Alert section is the section that displays settings for receiving email notifications about pages in the Dashboard when there is a change in the backlink fluctuations, keyword rankings fluctuations.

The Site Explorer section is a checklist of power parameters related to: Ahrefs Rank, UR (Url rating), DR (Domain Rating), Backlinks, Referring Domain, Organic keyword, Organic Traffics, Paid Keyword.

Section Content Explorer is a test section, helping you find the most shared posts (each post is equivalent to 1 keyword) on social networks.

Keywords Explorer section to check keywords, research keywords and especially tracking rankings of each keyword.
The Tools section (other tools), opens for other small tools. Depending on the tool, you may charge or be free to use.

Posted on Nov 19th 2019 at 08:00:00 AM by (MetalFRO)
Posted under N2O, Shoot the Corecast, podcast, Shmup Club, Gremlin Interactive, Nitrous Oxide, STG, shooting game, shooter, shoot em up, t

In Episode 017, MetalFRO and Addicted talk about a Western-developed game that is largely forgotten today among shooting games, despite being heavily inspired by one of the genre's early hits, Tempest. N2O: Nitrous Oxide takes the Tempest formula to new, psychedelic places, and we give you an in-depth look at the game! What makes this tube shooter different than its predecessors? We discuss that and more!

Here's the direct link to listen to the podcast on the site, or download the MP3 for later:

Check us out and subscribe (and rate!) on Apple Podcasts!

We're listed on Google Play - subscribe and review the podcast over there!

We're on Stitcher Podcasts now, as well, so if you use that service, have a listen to the show from there!

We also have a presence on SoundCloud now, though it's just the most current episode at this time:

We have t-shirts! Help support the podcast, and rep the shmup community by buying a Shoot the Core-cast tee - now with Gaiden design!

Check out the original discussion about the game:

Posted on Nov 17th 2019 at 08:00:00 AM by (slackur)
Posted under Death Stranding, Hideo Kojima

I'm not interested in reviewing Death Stranding for various reasons, but I would like to share some thoughts about it.

Some creative works are impossible to separate from their creators, being indelibly linked by distinctive fingerprints.  Steven Spielberg, the Beatles, Neal Gaiman, Shigeru Myamoto.  Hideo Kojima will always be known as the respected creator of the Metal Gear series, but he has many less popular works that clearly bear his unique mark.

If you are interested in Death Stranding, the best way to judge if it is for you is not likely to be found in typical review numbers.  Rather, I'd start with the question, "Do you like Hideo Kojima's other work?"  And not simply Metal Gear, but the tone and exploration of his work more broadly.  What are your reactions to Snatcher, Zone of the Enders, Boktai, and even P.T.?
That would be the best way to know if his new, ambitious project is something worth your time.

Continue reading Non-Spoilery Thoughts On Death Stranding

Posted on Nov 16th 2019 at 05:00:00 AM by (Zagnorch)
Posted under Not So Secret Santa 2019, super mario, sonic, PS3, legend of zelda, scart

Special thanks to all who participated in...

The Official 2019 NOT-So-
Secret Santa Give-Away!

Now I was originally going to make this year's NSSS into a drive to help rebuild LeeJ07's video game collection, which was almost completely lost in a house fire less than two months ago. However, I sorely underestimated the initiative of this amazing online community, as OPERATION: RESET was established not even two weeks after the disaster! If you haven't already done so, I highly encourage you all to give your fellow RF Gentleman a little holiday cheer in a really trying time! Just head on over to...


...and become a part of OPERATION: RESET!

ANYway: this year I offer 11 10 humble items for your consideration! Just remember the rules:

-   Just one selection per person.

-   The first person to claim the item gets it. First come, first served.

How to make your claim:

-   Take note of the number of the item/lot you desire, and...

-   Post that number in the Not-So-Secret-Santa blog's comments section.

All RF Generation members from anywhere in the world are welcome to take advantage of this give-away! Just be aware that, that unless otherwise noted, all games being given away are NTSC U/C coded for use in machines for the North American market.

As for shipping costs: I'm covering it. Just note that I'll be mailing this stuff out using the cheapest shipping methods possible, so it might be a while before your claim gets to you. You'll receive a PM informing you of your successful claim, and either requesting your mailing address, or confirming the one I have on file.

Oh yeah, and don't forget to check out the Official 2019 NOT-So-Secret Santa Thread at:


And now, the swag:

1)   SONIC AND RINGS Loot Crate figure & base

2)   SUPER MARIO BROS. & DUCK HUNT game cartridge for NES

3)   Archie Comics SONIC SUPER SPECIAL #3

4)   Tandy BACKGAMMON handheld game (with mini-dice)

5)   SCART/RCA connection cable

6)   Polaroid wired controller for PlayStation 3

7)   Legend of Zelda 8-Bit Link Air Freshener   

8.)   GAME BOY COLOR Fixer-Upper:[/b] no sound, and the "A" button doesn't work. If you think you have what it takes to restore it to full working condition, then more power to you.

9)   ZAXXON Space Pilot & Combat Ace handbill set

10)   Carry Case for Game Boy Advance SP

11)   Japanese FINAL FANTASY XI ONLINE Dengeki Ryodan Fashion 2005 Art Game Book

Aaaaaand that's it for this year! Best of luck to you all, and have a happy holidays!

- 'Late

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