Recent Hardware Pickups, Episode No. 1 – Retrollection YouTube

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This is the first in a series of quick looks at my recent hardware pickups – from the end of 2018 to the start of 2019.

They include an Atari ‘Retro Handheld Console’, Atari ‘Retro TV Joystick’, Neo Geo ‘Mini’, SEGA ‘Megadrive Flashback HD’ and the Pacman ‘Quater Arcade’ from Numskull.


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Prepping a Dreamcast – Retrollection YouTube

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This is a quick look at me prepping a ‘Dreamcast’ before adding it to my collection.

This is mainly to replace my original ‘Dreamcast’, which was not entirely mint and had started to ‘yellow’. I realise that I could have gone down the ‘Retr0bright’ route, but the new unit is in generally better condition, has a quieter laser mechanism and.. ..it’s winter here in the UK, so hard to ‘Retr0bright’ successfully. In addition, I sold my original ‘Dreamcast’ on soon after this video for the same price I paid for the unit in better condition.. ..so cheaper than buying the bleach solution etc.

I have placed a warning on this video, I do not recommend or suggest that you dismantle and work on any electrical equipment without prior training. In particular, the PSU in game consoles can give a potentially fatal shock, even after the unit has been turned off for some time.

I hope you enjoy the video and please do comment and like, if you do.


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‘Cookie’ loading on a real ZX Spectrum 128 – Retrollection YouTube

youtube logoA quick look at ‘Cookie‘ released by Ultimate in 1983 loading on a real ZX Spectrum 128 by Sinclair Research. Why not also take a look at my retrospective of the ‘ZX Microdrive‘?


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My Clive Barker Collection – Retrollection YouTube

youtube logoAs it’s the 29th anniversary of ‘Nightbreed’ I thought I would upload this video which showcases most of my Clive Barker collection.

It covers a range of items from comics to books, films and action figures. I have been an avid fan of Barker’s work since I first came across his fantastic ‘Books of Blood’, which were released in the mid 80’s. So this collection spans some 35 years.

This is also a ‘face reveal’ for me after some years of posting videos from behind the camera.


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‘Atic Atac’ loading on a real ZX Spectrum 128 – Retrollection YouTube

youtube logoA really quick look at ‘Atic Atac‘ released by Ultimate in 1983 loading on a real ZX Spectrum 128 by Sinclair Research. Why not also take a look at my review of ‘Atic Atac‘?


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ZX Spectrum 128 (Sinclair Research, 1986) – Retrollection YouTube

youtube logoA quick look at the ZX Spectrum 128 by Sinclair Research released in 1986. This was the last computer released by Sinclair before their take over by Amstrad in the same year.


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Crazy Kong (Grandstand, 1983) – Retrollection YouTube

youtube logoA quick look at ‘Crazy Kong’ released in the UK by Grandstand (Adam Leisure Group Ltd.) in 1982. This was a re-branded version of ‘Monster Panic’ originally made by Epoch Co. Ltd. in Japan.


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