RF Generation.  The Classic and Modern Gaming Databases.RF Generation.  The Classic and Modern Gaming Databases.




Posted on Nov 6th 2017 at 08:00:00 AM by (Duke.Togo)
Posted under Collectorcast, Podcast, Retro World Expo, Duke.Togo, Wildbil52, Singlebanana


**photo by THE Russlyman**


Episode 45 discussion thread: http://www.rfgeneration.c...rum/index.php?topic=18380

Bil, Duke, and Rich get together for a live panel at Retro World Expo 2017!

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Posted on Apr 30th 2016 at 06:37:51 AM by (Duke.Togo)
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Episode 41 discussion thread: http://www.rfgeneration.c...rum/index.php?topic=16754

Crabby has returned, so we're geting caught up and answering plenty of your questions! Also, we talk Batman Vs Superman including plenty of spoilers, so if you haven't watched yet, see the timecode listing to skip.

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Posted on Dec 9th 2015 at 08:00:00 AM by (Duke.Togo)
Posted under Collectorcast, Podcast, Duke.Togo, wildbil52, Crabmaster2000, singlebanana, couch coop

Episode 37 discussion thread: http://www.rfgeneration.c...rum/index.php?topic=16131

Crabby is busy raising money for charity, so this episode Rich from the RFG PlayCast drops in to help us dig through your amazing questions. To prepare for the holidays, we discuss great couch co-op games to share with your loved ones!

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Show Notes
Music: Magical Chase (TurboGrafx-16)
Q & A - 9:55
Topic - 1:14:14
Outro - 2:36:50



Posted on May 22nd 2015 at 08:22:12 PM by (Duke.Togo)
Posted under Collectorcast, Podcast, Duke.Togo, wildbil52, Crabmaster2000, episode 32

Episode 32 discussion thread: http://www.rfgeneration.c...rum/index.php?topic=15762

We're back with another interview, this time it's Rob Bryant from Sly Dog Studios! We'll discuss his most recent NES homebrew release, The Mad Wizard, along with his other projects and development process. As always, your prolific questions get addressed and Bil and Crabby even manage to jam in some board game talk.

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Continue reading Collectorcast Episode 32: You Can't Counter Hugs



Posted on Apr 21st 2015 at 11:37:18 PM by (Duke.Togo)
Posted under Collectorcast, Podcast, Duke.Togo, wildbil52, Crabmaster2000, episode 31

Episode 31 discussion thread: http://www.rfgeneration.c...rum/index.php?topic=15524

It's time to clear the air on games that we just could not bring ourselves to finish. There are titles that we feel we should have finished, but something happened along the way. Join us to learn what titles we threw in the towel on and why. Did we make a big mistake? Have you waved the white flag on games yourself? As always, great listener questions make a return. Thanks for listening!

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Show Notes
Music: Shatterhand (NES)
Q & A - 12:31
Topic - 1:12:16
Outro - 2:26:05



Posted on Jan 23rd 2015 at 03:36:55 PM by (Duke.Togo)
Posted under Collectorcast, Podcast, Duke.Togo, wildbil52, Crabmaster2000, episode 29

Episode 29 discussion thread: http://www.rfgeneration.c...rum/index.php?topic=14997

What better way to kick off the new year than to take a look at the last one? Crabby returns to help us run down our personal top 5 games that we played in 2014. You'll hear a wide variety of favorites in this show, with only one game making it to two of our lists. Will one of your favorites make it? Be sure to listen to find out. As always our Q&A section provides some quick digression, and we appreciate them all. Thanks for listening!

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Show Notes
Music: Ninja Gaiden III - The Ancient Ship of Doom (NES)
Off The Charts Special Offer: 46:01
Topic: 48:26
Outro: 2:51:54




Posted on Jul 6th 2014 at 11:50:12 AM by (Duke.Togo)
Posted under Collectorcast, Podcast, Duke.Togo, wildbil52, Crabmaster2000, episode 24

Episode 24 discussion thread: http://www.rfgeneration.c...rum/index.php?topic=14219

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Are you tired of hearing opinions on E3 yet? Well too bad, because we're here to chime in as well. We talk about the major pressers, what we think about the upcoming games, and the things we are looking forward to. Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, EA, and Ubisoft all get some time with us, and maybe some of the games we discuss will even come out this year.

Who do we think did the best job? Did we get it right or wrong? Let us know!

Show Notes:
Music: Mega Man (NES)
Topic: 18:59
Outro: 3:20:15

Links
"Sonic Doesn't Need a Story" by Alex Day: http://www.amazon.com/Son...eed-A-Story/dp/B0036A4V06



Posted on Feb 21st 2013 at 06:37:35 PM by (Duke.Togo)
Posted under Collectorcast, Podcast, Duke.Togo, Crabmaster2000, wildbil52, episode 12

Collectorcast
Episode 12 discussion thread: http://www.rfgeneration.c...rum/index.php?topic=11496

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With RFGeneration's 2013 successful donation drive being done and over, this episode is dedicated to the generous donors that helped keep the site afloat. The small scores section will be dominated by the finds from our benevolent donors that gave through the end of the drive (Feb. 1). Feeling left out this time around? Too bad you should have given us money!!!

In addition to the sites donation drive us podcasters held a little auction to raise some extra RFGen fundage for a guest spot on the show. Our lucky (that's debatable) winner was Nupoile!! His fearless and charitable spirit saw him talking with the 3 of us about what drives him to collect, how he goes about it, and why the Odyssey 2 is so amazing.

Thanks so much to everyone who chipped in in any way (not just financially) to keep improving the best gaming database on the net. This year's donation drive was successful because of the amazing community that supports RFGeneration and keeps it growing and thriving. I know were not alone in looking forward to many more years to come of sharing our fascinating hobby through the medium of RFGeneration!!

Sites mentioned in the show:
Arcade Gear: http://www.arcade-gear.com/

Music: The Guardian Legend (NES)
2:04 Intro
8:18 Small Scores
4:02:03 Interview with Nupoile
5:27:09 Outro



Posted on Jan 19th 2013 at 09:29:52 AM by (Duke.Togo)
Posted under Collectorcast, podcast, Duke.Togo, Crabmaster2000, wildbil52, episode 11

Collectorcast
Episode 11 discussion thread: http://www.rfgeneration.c...rum/index.php?topic=11204

How would YOU like to be a guest on an upcoming RFGeneration Collectorcast episode? The winner of this auction will get to join hosts Crabmaster2000, Duke.Togo, and Wildbil52 for an interview. http://www.gamegavel.com/....cgi?show_item=0000715716

This will be your chance to talk about your collection, share your passion for the hobby, and tell Crabby yourself why Super Metroid is great (or not, I suppose if you are one of THOSE people.)

All proceeds from this auction will go directly to support RFGeneration. RFGeneration is supported solely on donations, we have zero advertisements and everything on the site is completely free. Any and all donations go strictly to paying for our server costs. Well, what are you waiting for? GET BIDDING!

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We have talked at length in the past about many of the quirks involved with a collectors persona. Do those oddities manifest themselves into your gaming life also? The three of us reflect on our game playing to see if our collector mentality spills over. Apparently it hits some of us harder than others Wink

We also hope you enjoy the extended Small Score part of the podcast! Extended?!!? Thats correct. With a few generous RFGeneration members donating enough money to the site to reach our coveted featured on the collectorcast target, weve added their latest pickups to the podcast in great detail. So take the time to listen to their finds for the month and hopefully it encourages more people to donate in order to keep the site running smoothly!

Music: Revenge of Shinobi (Genesis/Mega Drive)
0:00 Auction Announcement
2:07 Intro
15:38 Small Scores
2:32:34 Gaming and Collecting Rituals
3:55:15 Closing



Posted on Dec 28th 2012 at 11:31:55 AM by (Duke.Togo)
Posted under Collectorcast, podcast, Duke.Togo, Crabmaster2000, wildbil52, episode 10

Collectorcast
Episode 10 discussion thread: http://www.rfgeneration.c...rum/index.php?topic=10938

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Do words like Reproduction, ROM Hack or Pirate Cart have any place in a collector's vocabulary? There are many fringe areas of collecting that may or may not find a home in your collection. How far removed from legitimate licensed releases are you comfortable with? If playing on the original hardware is important to you, is there a way to justify playing a back up of your games?

Where can you even get these things? Why would you want them? Are you still considered a collector if you partake?

Get our occasionally nonsensical take on such subjects as we explore the farthest reaches of physical media and collecting.

Interesting side note: If you listen to Episode 10 of the Collectorcast backwards, at full blast, and playing at half speed you might just hear the most sinister and unholy of words uttered straight from the depths of Hell... emulation!!

Show notes:

Music: Legacy of the Wizard (NES)
Small Scores: 11:12
Main Topic: 2:48:29
Outtro: 4:50:42

Show links:
Retrozone: http://www.retrousb.com/
Krikzz (Everdrive): http://krikzz.com/
SD2SNES: http://stoneagegamer.com/sd2snes_deluxe.aspx



Posted on Dec 4th 2012 at 07:46:08 PM by (Duke.Togo)
Posted under Collectorcast, podcast, Duke.Togo, Crabmaster2000, wildbil52, episode 9

Collectorcast
Episode 9 discussion thread: http://www.rfgeneration.c...rum/index.php?topic=10790

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Whether you're just starting out your collecting career or you've been at it for a little while, it can be daunting to tackle an unfamiliar system. Model Revisions, 1st and 3rd party accessories, different territories, software and many other new areas are opened up for you to explore. We'll take one of the most beloved systems of all time, the NES, and break it down so that hopefully people still learning the basics about it can leave the Collectorcast with new found, and vastly useful, knowledge in their collecting quests for this classic system. As an area of focus for all 3 of our collections we hope to pool our combined knowledge and experience with the NES and show that there is a lot more to the Nintendo than one might think. But with a few tricks, a bit of research and some trial and error anyone can dive in and enjoy collecting for the NES in many different capacities if they have the desire.

As usual we'll also spend waaay too much time discussing the plethora of amazing scores that have been posted (and blogged) at RF Generation. It's becoming cliche to keep saying that this month's scores exceeded the last, but fortunately it keeps being true! So check it out and see if you made the cut this time around. And make sure to stay tuned until the end for a special announcement regarding how you can help rfgeneration.com......

Show notes:
Music: Life Force (NES)
Main Topic 1:56:45
Donation Drive 4:05:05



Posted on Nov 18th 2012 at 11:34:08 PM by (Izret101)
Posted under Collection, audit, database, Collectorcast

Wait what i have a blog?!?!?!

Some things i have mentioned quite a bit recently:
1. I have not been very active for the last year essentially in any capacity.
2. a. This was due in part to work.
2. b. This was due even more so because of a year long competition run by some great guys over at Trueachievements.com. If people are interested let me know i will(to the best of my abilities) write up a blog detailing how it worked and blah blah blah none of you care about achievements.
3. My collection list on the site is extremely out of date.
4. I have started catching up on the Collectorcast.

Since i am again laid off and finally eliminated from my competition i get to flood the boards with my nonsense, get some site work done and hopefully learn some new things and maybe JUST maybe be able to impart some knowledge to others. There isn't much left in my head that is relevant though... so we will see.

Having been listening to the podcast (and being totally burned out on gaming... for the moment) i couldn't help but feel bad for neglecting all of my obligations as a collector. I am hoping to get back into the swing of collecting the things no one wants and then maybe really taking the plunge and buying stuff worth owning again.

Anyways... the point of this was for me to jot down my "current" collection stats. Which i lazily copy pasted (feel free to scroll for a bit TEXT FLOOD) :

Boxes/Manuals:
Microsoft Xbox 360       94 (43%)
Sony PlayStation 2       32 (15%)
Sony PlayStation 3       29 (13%)
Microsoft Xbox       24 (11%)
Sony PlayStation       8 (4%)
Nintendo Wii       7 (3%)
Macintosh       4 (2%)
Sega Genesis       4 (2%)
Nintendo GameCube       4 (2%)
Nintendo Game Boy Color       2 (1%)
IBM PC       2 (1%)
Nintendo DS       2 (1%)
Nintendo Game Boy Advance       2 (1%)
Nintendo 64       1 (0%)
Nintendo Game Boy       1 (0%)
Sony PSP       1 (0%)

Collection:
Microsoft Xbox 360       144 (18%)
Sony PlayStation 2       141 (17%)
Microsoft Xbox       137 (17%)
Nintendo Game Boy Advance       55 (7%)
Nintendo DS       41 (5%)
Nintendo GameCube       37 (5%)
Nintendo SNES       35 (4%)
IBM PC       35 (4%)
Sega Genesis       32 (4%)
Tiger Game.com       14 (2%)
Nintendo Game Boy Color       11 (1%)
Nintendo Game Boy       11 (1%)
VTech V.Smile       11 (1%)
Nintendo Wii       10 (1%)
Sega Pico       10 (1%)
Nintendo e-Reader       5 (1%)
Nintendo 64       5 (1%)
Stand-Alone Handhelds       5 (1%)
Sega Mega Drive       3 (0%)
Leapfrog Leapster       3 (0%)
Sega Master System       3 (0%)
VTech V.Smile Baby       3 (0%)
Sega Game Gear       3 (0%)
Mattel Hyperscan       3 (0%)
Sony PlayStation       3 (0%)
Nintendo GameCube       3 (0%)
Nintendo Super Famicom       3 (0%)
Tiger R-Zone       3 (0%)
Tiger Handhelds       2 (0%)
Sega Dreamcast       2 (0%)
Commodore Amiga       2 (0%)
DVD       2 (0%)
Sega CD       2 (0%)
Nintendo Game Boy       2 (0%)
Microsoft Xbox 360       2 (0%)
View-Master Interactive Vision       2 (0%)
Sega Saturn       2 (0%)
Plug & Play TV Games       2 (0%)
Leapfrog Fly       2 (0%)
Sony PlayStation       1 (0%)
Nintendo 64       1 (0%)
Sega Game Gear       1 (0%)
Sega Saturn       1 (0%)
Microsoft Xbox 360       1 (0%)
Sega Mega Drive       1 (0%)
Microsoft Xbox       1 (0%)
Nintendo Game Boy Advance       1 (0%)
Sega Mega CD       1 (0%)
Sony PlayStation 3       1 (0%)
IBM PC       1 (0%)
Sony PlayStation 2       1 (0%)
Buzztime Home Trivia System       1 (0%)
Nintendo Game Boy       1 (0%)
Nintendo DS       1 (0%)
Sega Genesis 32X       1 (0%)

Demos:
Microsoft Xbox       57 (36%)
Sony PlayStation 2       53 (34%)
Sony PlayStation       12 (8%)
Microsoft Xbox 360       11 (7%)
Sony PSP       8 (5%)
Nintendo GameCube       8 (5%)
IBM PC       7 (4%)
Nintendo DS       2 (1%)

DLC:
Microsoft Xbox Live Arcade       153 (91%)
IBM PC       12 (7%)
Nintendo Virtual Console / WiiWare       4 (2%)

Hardware:
Sony PlayStation 2       15 (12%)
Nintendo Wii       11 (9%)
Sega Genesis       10 (8%)
Sony PlayStation       9 (7%)
Nintendo SNES       7 (6%)
Microsoft Xbox 360       7 (6%)
Nintendo DS       7 (6%)
Nintendo Game Boy Advance       7 (6%)
Sega Dreamcast       6 (5%)
Nintendo Game Boy       6 (5%)
Microsoft Xbox       5 (4%)
Mattel Hyperscan       4 (3%)
Nintendo 64       4 (3%)
Nintendo GameCube       3 (2%)
Nintendo Game Boy Color       3 (2%)
Sony PSP       3 (2%)
Multiple Consoles       2 (2%)
VTech V.Smile       2 (2%)
Tiger Game.com       2 (2%)
Leapfrog Leapster       2 (2%)
Buzztime Home Trivia System       2 (2%)
Microsoft Xbox 360       1 (1%)
View-Master Interactive Vision       1 (1%)
Plug & Play TV Games       1 (1%)
Nintendo NES       1 (1%)
VTech V.Smile Baby       1 (1%)
Tiger R-Zone       1 (1%)


All of those stats are so i can cross reference when i get everything up to date to see what has really spiked and what has plummeted.

I am figuring the whole process will take me 1-2 weeks. Most of which will be related to me trying to figure out where to stack things while i dig back in the closet to pull out more things.
http://sdrv.ms/UBqBgM
(I promise to make an new phototbucket or remember the password to one of my old ones so people can stop clicking links to SkyDrive)
The closet is ~4 feet deep maybe a little over 8ft high and terribly nonuniform 2ft across and stuffed so full i can't actually close the door. In addition to:
http://sdrv.ms/U9qVad
http://sdrv.ms/U9qY5Y
http://sdrv.ms/U9qZ9V

Plus another closet full at my parents house which i am afraid will just be full of things i will have to throw away from moisture damage at this point Cry

Wish me luck. Thanks for scrolling and if you are not familiar with my presence on the boards you will be over the coming weeks Smiley



Posted on Oct 31st 2012 at 06:37:32 PM by (Duke.Togo)
Posted under Collectorcast, podcast, Duke.Togo, Crabmaster2000, wildbil52, episode 8

Collectorcast
Episode 8 discussion thread: http://www.rfgeneration.c...rum/index.php?topic=10545

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Many of us are familiar with the games released for our favorite consoles. But how can you enhance your collection beyond simply obtaining retail releases? Well explore one of many answers to that question this time around by entering the realm of Homebrew titles. And to make sure we treat the subject appropriately we've sought out help. NES Homebrew Developer John White, creator of the game Assimilate, joins us to discuss his thoughts on Homebrew games.

We took this opportunity to poke and prod as much info as we could from him regarding both his game and Homebrews in general. Being a collector focused site, we of course had to get his unique perspective on the collectability of such items too.

As usual we also discuss the most interesting scores posted on the site since our last recording. With the overwhelming number of post this time around we must apologize if you feel we missed mentioning your finds. There were far too many wonderful additions to our member's collections this episode that we really had to cut it down to what we felt were the absolute best scores.

Show notes:
Music: Final Fantasy III/VI (SNES)
4:53 Small Scores
1:12:00 Homebrew intro discussion
1:35:03 Interview with John White
2:50:59 Outtro

Sites mentioned in the show:
http://airwalkstudios.com/
http://nessylum.wordpress.com/
http://www.retrousb.com/



Posted on Oct 5th 2012 at 05:07:16 PM by (Duke.Togo)
Posted under Collectorcast, podcast, Duke.Togo, Crabmaster2000, wildbil52, episode 7

Collectorcast
Episode 7 discussion thread: http://www.rfgeneration.c...rum/index.php?topic=10429

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When buying, selling or trading games there is one thing that's always sure to come up: Whats this game worth to me? Pricing your game to sell can be a tricky thing. Buying at a price both the seller and buyer can agree upon, and be happy with, can be even trickier.

How important is it for trades to be equal in value? Does your relationship to someone have a monetary value when it comes to transactions? Whats a lowball and is it ever appropriate to make such an offer? What are the generally accepted methods of estimating an items price?

Join Duke, Crabmaster and Bil as we discuss how to spend your Toonies on the ever fluctuating market of secondhand video games.

Show notes:
Music: Ninja Gaiden (NES)
10:09 Small Scores
1:42:40 Pricing
2:55:46 Outtro

Sites mentioned in the show:
http://videogames.pricecharting.com/
http://www.ebay.com
http://www.cheapassgamer.com



Posted on Sep 12th 2012 at 06:26:11 PM by (Duke.Togo)
Posted under Collectorcast, podcast, Duke.Togo, Crabmaster2000, wildbil52, episode 6

Collectorcast
Episode 6 discussion thread: http://www.rfgeneration.c...rum/index.php?topic=10347

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Crabby and Duke decide to allow Wildbil back on, since his awesome score streak has dried up and he's no longer competition. We sit down to discuss methods for keeping track of your gaming inventory. You may be able to guess our current favorite, but we talk about the options, our history with different methods, and the deeper meaning behind documenting items.

You folks may regret all the praise you gave us for the last episode, as we've gone on to produce another three hours of content. Don't blame us, you had the chance to complain at the last one Wink

Show notes:
Music: Metroid (FDS)
22:01 Small Scores
1:34:09 Main Topic: Inventorying
2:58:04 Closing

Sites mentioned in the show:
http://www.rfgeneration.com
http://www.ign.com
http://www.nintendoage.com
http://www.segaage.com
http://www.collectorz.com
http://www.cheapassgamer.com


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
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