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    Default It's a Pixel THING - RetroGaming Youtube Channel

    Hi, guys! I'm from Portugal, and I love retrogaming!

    I grew up with the evolution of home computers, back in mid 80s, and this passion of mine began with my beloved Sinclair ZX Spectrum 128k +2A.
    I've recently started my own YouTube channel "It's a Pixel THING" where I do weekly videos about retrogaming (Amiga, DOS, Spectrum) and video gaming industry analysis!

    Check it out, if you have the time: https://www.youtube.com/user/ThePixelTHING

    Thank you very much!


    Here's an exemple of my weekly videos:
    Last edited by muRte; 22nd-February-2017 at 12:31.

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    I actually like your production values. It would be cool if you would add some subtitles or something though, because I had a really hard time understanding the majority of what you said.
    I'd watch more though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corey View Post
    I actually like your production values. It would be cool if you would add some subtitles or something though, because I had a really hard time understanding the majority of what you said.
    I'd watch more though.
    I need to try harder, then!
    I think that, with more subtitles, it becomes a bit distractful. Don't you?
    I'll see what I can do

    Meanwhile, here's this week's episode: Rick Dangerous [1989, Amiga / ZX Spectrum / C64 / DOS] Review - It's a Pixel THING

    Last edited by Inferno.; 12th-September-2014 at 15:17. Reason: Please don't double post, use the EDIT button.

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    Pretty cool bro...

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    Now, for something a little different: Video Game Pick Ups - 34 Games - It's a Pixel THING


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    This week's episode is about a ZX Spectrum exclusive title: Deathchase [1983, ZX Spectrum] Review - It's a Pixel THING


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    I liked the Pickup 34 episode. You must really like Collin Mcrae.

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    Indeed, I prefer the Colin McRae games better than the DiRT series!
    Thanks!

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    This week's episode is about another great and awesome Commodore Amiga title: Myth - History in the Making [1992, Amiga] Review - It's a Pixel THING


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    Quote Originally Posted by muRte View Post
    This week's episode is about another great and awesome Commodore Amiga title: Myth - History in the Making [1992, Amiga] Review - It's a Pixel THING

    Damn, that game looks awesome. Like some people have mentioned, your stuff is pretty sweet, albeit somewhat slow-paced for my taste. Your intro sort of sucks though. You need a cool theme song or something!

    Michael Ballack, he scores free-kicks.
    He's got black hair, and he's german.
    Michael Ballack, trains in paddocks.
    in his spare time, HE FARMS HADDOCKS!
    Watch me play Super C, guys!!

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    @Elmdor Rizer, thank you very much for your sincerity! I really appreciate it!
    I'll certainly take your comments on consideration!
    I'm portuguese, so my english doesn't flow as normally as it should.. I'm working on it!
    Thanks again!

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    20 years ago, I played this week's game for infinite hours!
    Let's take a look at this awfully addictive game: Micro Machines [1994, PC DOS] Review - It's a Pixel THING


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