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Opening Up 5 Months of LGR Mail and Retro Oddities!

Vintage computer hardware, oddware, PC games, electronics, and strange old tech. Excellent donations as always, thank you so much! ○ LGR links: ...

Epson Apex 100: The $899 Turbo XT PC from 1989

Sure, the Apex 100 is just another retro computer, sold alongside the Epson Equity in the late 80s as a low-cost alternative aimed at retail chains. But it also has ...

Acer Ferrari: The $2,000 Windows XP Laptop from 2005

In the mid-2000s, Acer started sponsoring the Ferrari Formula One team. And they also sold Ferrari-branded computers and peripherals! This is one of them, the ...

Thermaltake CircleFire: VU Meters for PCs in 2004

Thermaltake's Circle Fire 5.25” Professional Multimedia Kit is from the “anything goes” era of PC case mods. It's got backlit VU meters, an integrated speaker, ...

LGR - The Sims 4 Moschino Stuff Review

Gameplay and overview of the FIFTEENTH stuff pack for The Sims 4. What kind of stuff is packed within this pack of stuff? What exactly is a Moschino?

Ion Fury Review: A New Build Engine FPS in 2019

LGR review of Ion Fury by 3D Realms: the first full game to be made using the Build Engine in over 20 years! Classic gameplay reminiscent of late-90s FPS ...

LGR Oddware - The 1997 Audible MobilePlayer System

Audible (yes, that one) used to make hardware! And their first Oddware offering was the $199 Mobile Player from 1997, capable of playing up to two hours of ...

LGR Q&A: Answering Your Qs with As, Questionably

Happy Monday! Got a straightforward video here that's the result of the most recent Patreon Q&A session. 50-something inquiries submitted by patrons on all ...

Building a MicroATX IBM Clone: The NuXT Turbo PC

Assembling my own custom IBM PC XT clone! The Monotech NuXT is an Intel 8088 motherboard with 640K RAM, XT-CF card interface, SVGA graphics and ...

Exploring the Sierra On-Line "Super-Junior" Computer

While diving into the Computer Reset warehouse, this oddly-configured IBM PCjr stood out from the crowd. Because Sierra Online! Yep, turns out this is the "Ken ...

Opening My YouTube Play Buttons (and improving them)

Confession time: I never really did anything with my YouTube subscriber rewards... time to change that. Let's open them out of their boxes, add better framing ...

Sega Digio SJ-1: The 1996 Sega LCD Digital Camera

Setting up and trying out Sega's ONLY digital camera: the Digio SJ-1 from 1996! Meant for use with things like the Sega Picture Magic, PriFun, and NEC ...

Exploring a MASSIVE Retro Computer Warehouse!

No joke, this place is truly mind-blowing! Taking a tour of Computer Reset in Dallas, Texas. It's a closed down vintage computer shop that's been largely ...

I Finally Got an Arcade Machine (from 1980!)

AHHHH!! Talk about a lifelong dream come true. Bought myself an Atari Missile Command arcade cabinet from 1980. The woodgrain cabaret version, even.

Celebrating Ten Years of LGR: An LGR Retrospective by LGR

Argh! Time! It's passing! Thanks so much to everyone who's watched for a decade :)

LGR - The Sims 4 Island Living Review

Gameplay and overview of the seventh ̶g̶a̶m̶e̶ ̶p̶a̶c̶k̶ expansion pack for The Sims 4. Mermaids, diving, volcanoes, oh my! And how viable is off ...

Tempest Replicade: Playable Mini Arcade Machine by New Wave Toys

Yay Tempest! At home! But tiny! It's a 12-inch/30cm tall 1/6 scale replica of the 1981 Atari arcade cabinet, designed and sold by New Wave Toys. And it even ...

The E3 2019 Experience: What It's Really Like to Visit

Every year it seems every other channel has E3 2019 coverage, but what is it like to actually be there at the show? Cuz there's a lot more than just gameplay ...

DEC VT320: The Classic 1987 Library Computer Terminal

Digital Equipment Corporation built plenty of terminals in the 70s and 80s, but we're focusing on the VT320-C2. Amber monochrome, LK201 keyboard, and a ...

LGR - Cities: Skylines Campus Review

Taking a look at the eighth expansion pack to Cities Skylines! Does the new university gameplay improve the simulation and is it worth the asking price? Find out ...

Dot Matrix Printer Printing a Color Hot Dog Banner. In Real Time.

As requested by... a shocking number of folks after the last video, ha. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htjxFdG78M0.

IT WORKS! Going Nuts with New Color Dot Matrix Printer Ink from the 90s

Putting the Star Micronics NX-2420 color dot matrix printer through its paces. Nearly 30 years old and still going strong, at least with new old stock 4-color ink ...

LGR Oddware: $1,200 DECtalk PC Speech Synthesizer

Released in 1984 the DECtalk DTC-01 was *THE* classic 80s speech synthesizer, used for everything from weather stations to movies. Today on Oddware we ...

Star NX-2420: Color Dot Matrix Printer from 1990

Unboxing, setting up, and testing out a Star Micronics NX-2420 dot matrix printer! And yes, it is capable of printing in color on either single sheet printer paper or ...

The World's Smallest Windows PC in 2007! OQO Model 02

Introduced to the public by none other than Bill Gates at CES in 2007, the $1500 OQO Model 02 was the world's smallest computer to run the latest full version of ...

Castle of Dr. Brain is An Unreasonable Job Application

From the co-creator of Sierra's Quest For Glory games comes the original Castle of Dr. Brain from 1991 for DOS PCs! And you know it pretty quickly from the ...

Sega's Typing of the Dead: A Zombie-Slaying Education

House of the Dead 2 was already pretty excellent, but when you take away the lightgun and replace it with a computer keyboard? Genius! Is it edutainment?

How the 60-Year-Old IRS Computer System Failed on Tax Day

On Tax Day 2018, the IRS electronic filing system went down. Turns out the government's computers were still partially relying on code 60 years old written for ...

LGR - Opening Stuff You Sent Me! April 2019

Vintage computer hardware, oddware, PC games, electronics, and strange old tech. Awesome donations as always, thank you so much! ○ LGR links: ...

Time Traveling with Christopher Lloyd in Rescue the Scientists!

Doc Brown needs your help for Edutainment Month 2019 commences! Taking a look at Rescue the Scientists -- a puzzle platformer from Redwood Games in the ...

LGR - Restoring a 1999 Gateway Essential 450 PC

This video was sponsored by LastPass. Check out LastPass here: http://bit.ly/2JqSbmP Time to clean up and restore this late 90s Gateway computer.

LGR 486 Update! Installing & Enjoying Windows 3.1

The LGR Woodgrain 486 PC is due for an upgrade... to the year 1992! I've got a boxed copy of Microsoft Windows 3.1 and a brand new Microsoft Mouse to enjoy ...

Nick Click: The 90s Nickelodeon Digital Camera Experience

Unboxing and testing the Mattel Nick Click from 1999! Take digital photos and turn yourself into your favorite NickToons using the included Nickelodeon software ...

Empire Earth: 500,000 Years of Real-Time Strategy

Review and retrospective on the RTS game Empire Earth from 2001! Half a million years of human history (and possible future) is covered in this PC gaming ...

LGR - The Sims 4 StrangerVille Review

Gameplay and overview of the seventh game pack for The Sims 4. What the heck is going on the town of StrangerVille? And why are all those wide-eyed sims ...

1980s VP-380 Video Pointer: $920 TV Arrow Generator

If you were a professional that needed to plop arrows onto a CRT TV screen in the 80s, the FOR-A Video Pointer was the device for you! Yep, it cost nearly ...

Setting Up An Unused 1986 IBM PC Convertible!

Found a new old stock IBM 5140 to unbox and set up! MS-DOS 3.21, monochrome CGA graphics, and even an attachable printer that goes around back. Will do ...

Kidtech My First Keyboard from 1994: It's Peanut Butter-Proof!

Kidtech's My First Keyboard from the mid '90s cost a hundred bucks and claimed to not only be peanut butter proof, but spill proof and resistant to sticky fingers ...

Animorphs: How Those Weird Covers Were Made Using Elastic Reality

Even if you never read an Animorphs book or watched the Nickelodeon TV show, chances are you've seen at least one of the trippy book covers. And using ...

SimCity 30 Years Later: A Retrospective

The first retail releases of SimCity launched on February 2, 1989 for the Macintosh and Amiga, with the IBM PC following later. And from that point onward, ...

LGR Plays: Season 3

LGR Oddware: SpaceOrb 360 RealLife 3D Game Controller

Spacetec IMC was responsible for a range of successful Spaceball 3D input devices. NASA even used one to control their Mars rovers! Then they came out with ...

Building a "Lego" NES Mini Console (with a Raspberry Pi)

Assembling a Nintendo Entertainment System-style model from Retro Power! It's a kit built with a Raspberry Pi in mind, so you can have the fun of making a Lego ...

GameShark for Windows 95: The PC Game Enhancer

Datel released the PC Action Replay cheat device in 1998, complete with VHS tape and parallel port dongle. It was awful. Didn't stop them from bringing it to the ...

LGR's Obligatory 2018 Year-End Extravaganza!

Celebrating another year of LGR (and hitting one million subscribers!) Stats! Analytics! Games! Introspective commentary! Questions of self-worth! Argh! #LGR ...

LGR - Thrifts [Ep.41] Festive Findings

Join me as I go out thrifting, in search of games and interesting goods at various discount shops! Christmas may be over but the holiday spirit remains.

Jazz Jackrabbit 2 Christmas Chronicles: Beyond Holiday Hare

Holiday Hare '98 saw plenty of distribution as a glorified demo for Epic's Jazz Jackrabbit 2. But a year later came this limited release sold exclusively in Europe, ...

Holiday Lemmings: DOS PC Gaming Happiness

Lemmings by DMA Design was a computer gaming institution in the first half of the 1990s. And of course there were inevitable Christmas spin-offs of the original ...

Hidden Weirdness in Christmas Stories: Nutcracker

It's time for Christmas Lazy Game Reviews! And kicking things off in 2018 is Christmas Stories Nutcracker, a hidden object adventure game that somehow ended ...