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Read Only Memories, played the demo and loved it. I love the Snatcher early 90s anime look. It's from my childhood and teens.

No Man's Sky, I am sucker for Chris Foss's 70s Sci Fi novels, this is really my thing. I enjoy just wandering around in Open World games.

Uncharted looks good, its yonks since I played 3 so that a game I will have an eye on.

There are some 2016+ games I'd like to no more about: The new Mass Effect, Elder Scrolls VI and Cyberpunk 2077.

I think Nintendo will pull out all the stops on the Wii U this year. I don't think the console is going to have a very long lifespan, so they will not be pulling any punches. Bare in mind I am a massive Dreamcast fan, so a candle that burns twice as bright can be good.

I'm also looking forward to pleasant surprises. Games that come out of nowhere or indy titles you just don't expect.

Good selection though.
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Are Ys I & II Chronicles worth trying for a Ys newbee like me?
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I'd like to see Linus do a round up of the cheapest cases he can find. Like a Zalman Z1. Cases CA$45 or less. Essentially how low can you go and still get a case that will house all your needs.
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How does this compare to other Android e-readers like the Boyue T61 and the Nook Glow Light?

I'm looking for a good Manga e-reader. As most artwork is still monochrome, a high density display like this sounds good. However few services have the ranges I would like.
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 No problem, but if you really want a E-Ink with Tablet abilities, then I would get a Icarus Illumina HD, and stay far away from the Onyx. It's not a bad device per se, I really don't like it unfortunately, you may be fortunate to get one with no bugs, but it's too much of a pain. So it's better to get one that works more stable and is cheaper, still the screen of it isn't the same size as the Onyx, but it's 6 inches.
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Thanks for this. I inherited an A600 along with my A1200. I had plans for upgrading my A1200. Your suggestion of a CF card and WHD load using it as a gaming Amiga is a really nice idea. It's the right width to fit in a TV stand, or at least mine. The 47cm A1200 is just too wide. 
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I actually got a lot of my collection back. I used to have to sell my previous system to pay for a new one. So I sold my master system and lynx to part pay for my Amiga. However my parents owned the ZX Spectrum so that was never sold. They also bought my Amiga A1200 off me. Last year I got a big present for my 35th. The Spectrum collection and Amiga collection. Man it was nice to see those systems again.

I did completely sell my Gamecube collection. I even had some nice official system and game carry cases.

I like seeing your collection. Growing up in the UK was so different to the states and Canada. Consoles just weren't as big. We had few arcades. It's like an alternate reality. Consoles also ran slower and worse here. They were slowed down for the 60 to 50hz conversion. Then black bars for the extra lines PAL has. I think this played a factor.

Doesn't mean I don't drool over PC Engine and X68000 stuff now.
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1. Desktop (at work and at home for games and surfing)
2. Smartphone (Phablet)
3. Games Console (PS3 for Youtube, Crunchyroll, iPlayer)
4. Handheld console (PSP)
5. Laptop (by backup device)
6. Tablet (meh)
7. Smartwatch (oh do I still have one?)

The whole post PC thing is very 2013. Its all about the right tools for the job. Just because we gained screws and screw drivers (like those standardised in the industrial revolution) doesn't mean we need to lose hammers and nails.

The best explanation I can find is that you work out your own personal device landscape. If there is excessive overlap from one device two another the most convenient for the task you want to use wins out.

So the low end of the digital camera market is getting destroyed at the moment. because I have a compact camera, its called my smartphone. Likewise I haven't used an MP3 player in years. However an avid jogger or gym goer would probably require a dedicated mini-MP3 player.

It's what works for you. Its why the music charts keep collapsing. The sales of a No 1 in the UK today wouldn't make the 10 ten in some decades. Because we have choice.

PCs are also very mature. Aside from GPUs my 5 year old board has a 6 core Xeon in it now, for not much money, plenty of ram. A phone from 5 years ago would be junk as you put it.

Just like PCs in the 90s. In 10 years if smartphone are largely the same expect to get much longer out of your devices. My mate is still rocking an iPhone 4. We are closer than you might think.
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Gordon Freeman from Half Life
Jet from Cowboy Beebop
Riker from Star Trek: TNG
Adam Jensen from Dues EX: Humar Revolution
King Robert Baratheon from Game of Thrones
The Hound from Game of Thrones
Captain Haddock from Tintin
Old Ezio from Assasins Creed
Big Boss from Metal Gear Solid

FYI you builds may not match perfectly, but these shouldn't be too bad, bar Riker, but Jonathan Frakes is not a small man either.

Bar that:
The Dragon Born from Skyrim, any kind of armor, plus that horned hat.
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Just wanted to say thank you for the channel.

I just did some big upgrades to my PC. So Skyrim will now be on an SSD and I just got a GTX 970.

I forgot to note my load order for my mods, so I have decided to restart completely.

I have seen your list http://kakasi-skyrim-modenb.blogspot.com.au/2014/04/excellent-mods.html

Is there a short list of the essentials you recommend?
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OK thank you. Anyway. Maybe I can make my Skyrim look as good as yours.
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Gah! +Marco Porrelli got me on to Chinese Headphones, I could spend so much money! I really like the look of OSTRY KC06A, but they are Y cord. So many good headphones!
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This is what I was talking about +Ben Neise
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SCART was an insane connector. It's true RGB is its most common use. However it also supported: SVIDEO, Composite and Component over SCART. On Composite and SVIDEO it could be used both ways simultaneously with audio.

It also supports a wide range of screen modes as you know.

It was common here (in the UK) to have one good RGB connector and then a cheaper composite only connector on our TVs.

The Amiga CD32 is based on the Amiga A1200. It had an additional chip though that handled the CD drive and also chunky to planer pixel conversion. Mainly to boost Doom like games. 

The CD32 should play most Amiga Games, both the 32-Bit gen and the older 16-Bit area. 

I'm considering getting one for my old Amiga so it can be in use on my modern PC Screen. It's a lot better than moving it too and from my TV.

For you guys this is probably the best a Megadrive will ever look. Whilst we had SCART for RGB, PAL caused some serious degradation of the console pictures. The 60 to 50hz drop often slowed down our games. Dropping the frame rate. The games weren't reworked for the extra resolution so we ended up with slower and bordered pictures.

So I'd go further and say the American/Japanese consoles paired with a European SCART cable is the best combo you can get. Don't bother getting a Euro console just for SCART. Unless it's like the CD32.
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That is a beautiful car, thank you for the video.
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