Famicom 3D System – Nintendo’s First 3D Hardware / MY LIFE IN GAMING

The Virtual Boy is famous for being one of Nintendo’s most visible and shortest-lived commercial failures. Released in the summer of 1995 in only Japan and North America, the Virtual Boy simulates 3D images with a visor display, rendered in monochromatic black and red. It was widely considered to be uncomfortable for both the eyes […]

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8 WORST Gaming Consoles That Completely Failed (Video Game Console Hardware and Sales Review)

Hey everyone, you’re watching GamerBrain and let’s look at 8 Failed Gaming Consoles Laughed Off the Market 8. “LaserActive”: The LaserActive console was released in 1993 by the electronics company Pioneer. It used Laserdisc technology at the time, which would later develop into BluRay technology and DVDs – and this was all before PlayStation or […]

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N64 Analog Stick Replacement – GameCube Style on the Nintendo 64 / MY LIFE IN GAMING

[ TRY ]The N64 controller has an unfortunate reputation. People seem to hate the button layout, the 3-prong design, or maybe they think it’s just too big. And then of course, there’s the analog stick. But no matter what anyone thinks, nothing can take away that magical feeling I had when I first held this […]

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Sega DREAMCAST w/ $800 in Upgrades & Improvements – Did we go too far?

– Hey guys, Metal Jesus here. Now, today I have something very cool to share with you. And that is a heavily modified and completely pimped out Sega Dreamcast. This thing looks pretty crazy, right? Well, all the tweaks and modifications done to it literally add up to over $800. So, what does it do, […]

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