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  Totally up on the latest internet technologypaleface -- April 29, 2012 at 21:30:07   
           
Embedded YouTube videos are now supported, how about that! >_> YouTube wasn't even around when I started this whole thing, but now it is admittedly better than my tiny, grainy old mpg files. Way to catch up, internet! So I may stick embedded videos in some entries, like for instance check the new Peggle (PS3) entry.
 
  Sort of a Forumpaleface -- March 19, 2009 at 20:48:42   
           
Bit of shameless self-promotion: I've got an animated webcomic going, supermassiveblackholeastar.com (say *that* five times fast); that's my own banner you see at the top of the page. My excuse for mentioning it here is that it's got a shiny forum thing, and some of the discussion may end up being game related; I've just ditched the (PC) game industry after ten years. I'm not sure if that's good yet, but I *do* have way more free time now.
 
  Movies are Out, Discs are Inpaleface -- December 05, 2008 at 00:51:54   
           
It's been quite some time since I've been able to pump updates out here on anything approaching a regular basis--probably been something like two years or so, in fact. Hopefully I'll manage to put some more time into it here; I've certainly got plenty of games to catch up on.

Since I got back at it, I noticed that the equipment I have pretty much sucks for video capture. Fortunately, the world has caught up since I started this project, and these days you can just YouTube up whatever footage you need of whatever game you like, and it's footage that's much more technically adequate than what I can currently hope to provide. So I'll rely on the Internet at large to keep that aspect of things covered.

I'm currently thinking I'll at least post up a photo of the game media, if any, to give the site at least *some* graphical input. Besides, you don't really see disc shots organized in a reliable way around the web--well, I don't--and, most importantly, this will save me from scratching my head and wondering what the heck import game a given disk is as I flip through my various binders. Not that I'm going to manage to update all my old entries any time soon, or that there are...any real imports coming out these days (well, okay, there are a few here and there, and hopefully Japan will be catching up eventually), but hey, I'll just have to settle for being ahead of my time again. *cough*
 

 
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