Join the Long Island Retro Gaming Crew as they talk about the video gaming world both current and retro, and their yearly convention The Long Island Retro Gaming Expo.
Introduction to MISTer FPGA - Episode 008
Join Joel and George as they talk about what an FPGA is and the MISTer project. This was the first live LIRG Podcast with questions from the audience. Resources - A great article about MISTer - http://www.racketboy.com/retro/mister-fpga-the-future-of-retro-game-emulation-and-preservation The MISTer Github - https://github.com/MiSTer-devel/Main_MiSTer/wiki MISTerAddons - A site to buy MISTer and accessories - https://misteraddons.com/ Smokemonster's YouTube Channel - He has done a number of videos about MISTer - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCskJUZ8X__mwcoU9HvGKCMg
Odyssey of A PONG Arcade MAchine
George " The Wizard" Portugal joins us in this companion podcast to his Youtube video series about the unique repair and history of a certain Pong arcade machine which has a direct connection to the founder of Atari.
Intro to Pinball
Guest Brendan Bailey takes up through the long and storied history of pinball machines form the 1800s to today. We also try to answer the question - Why is pinball so much fun?
Computer Space Restoration / Repair
George from 1upRestorations tells the story of the restoration and repair of a Computer Space arcade cabinet, which had the distinction of being the first ever commercially released arcade machine in the Podcast "Quick-Bit."
Dan Policar is a Grammy nominated keyboardist, songwriter and producer. He has performed with Jamaican dancehall artist Sean Paul since 2012 and has worked with a number of other artists.
Dan is also a huge retro PC gaming enthusiast and is currently working on music for two games - Empire of Sin from Romero Games and The Crimson Diamond by Julia Minamata.
Empire of Sin -https://bit.ly/2ROjaLY
Crimson Diamond - https://bit.ly/2rJifl7
George from 1upRestorations walks us through some of the nuts and bolts on how classic video game systems output video and audio, and discusses some of the mods available to give these old systems new and better fidelity.