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Duke Nukem 1+2 Remastered 30 Years Later! Evercade Collection Review


It's December! And while that usually means Christmas LGR things, these two Duke Nukem Evercade Collection cartridges were just released and there was no way I was gonna miss out on covering remasters of some of my favorite games. Especially since I got to be involved in their creation, just a little bit at least! ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● My LGR Blerbs video about Rigel Engine for Duke 2: 🤍 ● Check out the open source Rigel Engine for PC: 🤍 ● Background jazz music licensed from: 🤍 00:00 It's Dukecember! 00:27 Duke Nukem Evercade Collection 02:36 The consoles and cartridges 04:10 Duke Nukem 1 Remastered 08:52 Duke Nukem 2 Remastered 10:42 Duke 3D Total Meltdown 12:00 Duke Nukem Advance 12:54 Duke Nukem Time to Kill 13:56 Duke Nukem Land of the Babes 14:44 A good time to be a Duke fan #LGR #game #review #retrospective #duke

SimCity 2000 30 Years Later: An LGR Retrospective


Celebrating the 30th anniversary of SimCity 2000 with an LGR retrospective review! The sequel to the classic Maxis city builder was a true game changer in 1993, improving nearly every part of the game and adding so many things that would become staples of the genre. So let's take a look at the MS-DOS version, the many ports and releases, and its legacy decades later! ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 #LGR #game #review #retrospective #simcity

Unboxing an UNUSED GameCube Console! 22 Years Later


Opening up a fresh in box Nintendo GameCube Limited Edition Platinum console built in 2002! Nintendo released the system over two decades ago and for whatever reason this felt like the right time to unbox one, set it up, and play some of the best GameCube games. ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Background music licensed from: 🤍 00:00 Intro – The Gamecube 01:11 A little history & context 03:09 Panasonic Q, GameCube Kid 04:18 Low sales, high interest later on 06:24 The Unboxing 11:27 Some Technical Tidbits 14:53 Setup and memory card 15:54 First power on test 17:45 My GameCube game collection 18:36 Star Wars Rogue Squadron II 21:18 Super Mario Sunshine 24:34 Mario Kart Double Dash 26:17 Godzilla Destroy All Monsters Melee 28:40 OG Animal Crossing 2002 31:37 Metroid Prime 35:07 Other GCN games, Outro #LGR #Gaming #Nintendo #retro #unboxing

LGR - Elder Scrolls: Morrowind - PC Game Review


Celebrating the 15th anniversary of The Elder Scrolls III! It's considered by many to be the best in the franchise, but how well does Morrowind (and its expansions Tribunal and Bloodmoon) hold up fifteen years later? ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 Background music is from the wonderful Morrowind OST.

LGR - Cities Skylines 2 Review


Reviewing the long-awaited sequel! Is Cities Skylines II worth the upgrade? Lots of fresh features, quality of life improvements, and logical additions make CS2 feel like a proper evolution. But there's a weird amount of stuff currently worse than before, or missing outright. So let's dive into my first impressions and all the details! ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● PC specs: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3970X 32-core CPU 128GB (4 x 32GB) DDR4-3600 RAM 16GB Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080 OC GPU 🤍 2520MHz 2TB Samsung 970 EVO Plus NVMe M.2 SSD Windows 11 Pro ● Music licensed from Epidemic Sound: 🤍 #LGR #CitiesSkylines #Review

LGR - The Sims 4 Horse Ranch Review


Gameplay and overview of the FOURTEENTH expansion pack to The Sims 4. This time it's all about HORSE ranching. And some goats and sheep, too. Riding, breeding, competitions, cave diving, nectar making, mustaches, denim... Is it worth the $40 price tag? Let's see! ● LGR elsewhere on the internet: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Check out my other Sims 4 reviews: 🤍 ● Download the sims in the video by searching EA ID 'LazyGameReviews' in The Gallery) ● Background music licensed from: 🤍 #LGR #thesims4 #review

$4,750 Laptop From 1997: HP OmniBook 800CT


166MHz Pentium MMX CPU! 48MB RAM! Windows 95! Sound Blaster compatibility! All in a slim, lightweight 1997 system that cost... $5,000 or so, yikes. Let's dive into the quirky Hewlett Packard notebook computer that was once their top of the line subnotebook – the Omnibook 800CT model F1360A ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 00:00 I love mid 90s subnotebooks 00:28 The OmniBook 800 from 1996 00:51 Enter the Intel Pentium MMX 01:46 Business, business, business 02:37 Ultraportable and subnotebook PCs 03:07 Overview of the 800CT features 06:10 All the accessories and peripherals 07:28 Running Windows 95 08:50 Preinstalled software, HP programs 10:29 LHX Attack Chopper 12:04 Graphics chip, ESS AudioDrive 13:12 Tyrian 2000 14:48 Function key functionality 15:37 Duke Nukem 3D of course 17:16 POD with MMX Technology 18:59 FIFA Road to World Cup 98 21:07 It has quirks but I love the Omnibook #LGR #retro #computer #hp #90s

LGR - Building My Dream $3,588 Windows XP PC


Let's build a PC! A Windows XP gaming machine from parts circa 2007 to 2008, to be precise. This Core 2 Extreme SLI rig would've cost $3,588 if all the parts were bought new when they first released. Time to put it together and play some Crysis and 3D Pinball Space Cadet. ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Music credits go to: 🤍 #LGR #Computer #Technology

Using a 𝐍𝐄𝐖 VHS-C Camcorder! JVC SXM250 from 2003


Unboxing a new old stock Super VHS video camera! This JVC GR-SXM250u is pretty similar to the original camera that I used to record LGR back in the day, and it was a real treat to experience one that was unused. So let's get this electronic treat opened up and tested out, and record some video tapes decades later! ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● JVC marketing video comparing S-VHS to VHS: 🤍 00:00 JVC GR-SXM250U 01:01 The Original LGR Camera 02:30 Super VHS tapes 03:45 Early 2000s camcorder options 04:59 Unboxing the SXM250 11:33 Power on, retail demo 14:29 Testing a VHS-C tape 16:15 On-camera features, menus 19:51 Out and about recording things! 29:48 Playback on a CRT TV 33:52 Live feed, summing things up ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 #LGR #camera #unboxing #retro #video

LGR Tech Tales - 3Dfx & Voodoo's Self-Destruction


This episode covers the founding, voodoo-powered rise, and ridiculously powerful fall of 3Dfx Interactive. Join me in LGR Tech Tales, looking at stories of technological inspiration, failure, and everything in-between! ● Please consider supporting LGR on Patreon! 🤍 ● Twitter and Facebook: 🤍 🤍 ● Background tracks are: "Trouble" by Topher Mohr "Tune In" by RW Smith OST to The Sims 2 and Omikron 🤍

The FREE ‘Never Obsolete’ PC from 2000! eMachines eTower 566ir


The eMachines 566ir is a computer I appreciate less for its capabilities, and more for the context in which it existed in the year 2000. Retail rebates that made it cost $0* to take home, plus the infamous claim of NEVER being obsolete! I've discussed this on LGR Tech Tales but I've wanted to take a closer look at one of the actual systems, and finding this one at VCFMW 2022 complete with all the stickers was a prime opportunity. ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● The 566ir restore CD-ROM is available for download here: 🤍 ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 #LGR #Retro #computer

LGR - SimHealth - DOS PC Game Review


Unlike Bullfrog's Theme Hospital, SimHealth is not a fondly-remembered, fun and lighthearted game. No, SimHealth is a Maxis simulation that is forgotten, bland and rather serious. But that hasn't stopped me from taking an odd interest in the title... Watch the higher-quality version here: 🤍 For much more information on SimHealth, see my research on the title here: 🤍

LGR Thrifts [Ep.49] Crispy Leaf Springs


Ahh, fall bargain hunting. Checking out the usual thrift stores in my area and seeing what kinds of retro tech and random old oddities I can find. Along with another random store that I visited in Winston-Salem while on a trip over the summer. Let's go thrifting! ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Tracks used in order of appearance: "Branches", "Mining By Moonlight", and "Spy Groove" 🤍 🤍 #LGR #Thrifting #Shopping

The Complete LGR Woodgrain 486 Saga


All of the LGR 486 build and upgrade videos from 2016 to 2022! Plus the latest updates and new commentary along the way, adding context and fresh info between each video. There's also a whole new update section at the end going over the bits I haven't covered before in other videos. ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Check out the original playlist of videos here: 🤍 ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 Left arrows "⬅" signify a new section for this video. 00:00:00 Introduction to the 486 Saga ⬅ 00:02:13 Building the LGR Woodgrain 486 in 2016 01:08:45 Thoughts on the original build, its legacy ⬅ 01:11:31 Installing a Sound Blaster Pro 2.0 01:33:40 Some sound card regrets, changes ⬅ 01:35:26 Installing L2 Cache 01:47:25 Turns out cache is necessary! Who knew! ⬅ 01:49:11 Installing an IDE CompactFlash Interface 02:02:58 Wishing I hadn't swapped the old HDD ⬅ 02:05:22 Building the MIDI Mountain 1.0 02:24:33 Hardly used the original Mountain ⬅ 02:27:29 Unboxing & Installing Windows 3.0 02:46:59 Windows 3 was more limited than assumed ⬅ 02:48:17 Installing & Enjoying Windows 3.1 03:10:35 Windows 3.1 is where it's at on a 486 ⬅ 03:11:45 The 83MHz Pentium Overdrive CPU Upgrade 03:34:45 Kinda disappointed, plus it's not a 486 ⬅ 03:35:20 100MHz Intel 486 DX4 Overdrive Upgrade 03:56:56 Processor feels right and it's a 486 again ⬅ 03:59:14 Applying New Woodgrain Vinyl 04:11:17 New look is sweet but I have other options ⬅ 04:13:42 Installing & Enjoying Windows 95 04:58:44 I went back to MS-DOS 6.22 and Win3.1 ⬅ 04:59:45 New updates and upgrades I didn't cover ⬅ 05:06:14 This was LONG, thanks for watching! ⬅ #LGR #retro #computer

So I Bought Those Weird New AliExpress Retro PCs…


An LGR review of the Book 8088 and Hand 386, newly-made retro computers on Aliexpress! No emulation here, these are DOS PCs running an 8088 and 386SX processor, using legacy chips on custom PCBs melded with open source projects, off-the-shelf components, and injection molded enclosures. They sure are neat! But lots of compromises, drawbacks, and odd design decisions. ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Here's where I bought the machines in May 2023: Book8088 – 🤍 Hand386 – 🤍 ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 00:00 These weird AliExpress retro PCs 00:58 What are these 02:07 Price and what they come with 03:34 The Book8088 08:45 Lack of I/O, ISA bus extender 10:31 The Hand386 12:37 D&MP 386 and what it can do 14:33 In summary: neat but compromised #LGR #retro #computer #vintage #technology #aliexpress

LGR - SimCopter - PC Game Review


Fly missions in your SimCity 2000 metropolis! Fight fires, disperse riots, throw people overboard to their doom. And what's up with all those half-naked dudes kissing... ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 ● Music used is from the Sim Copter OST.

LGR Oddware - 5.25" Drive Bay CRT Monitor from 1997


This is the STS Tecom CKS-05V from 1997, a 5-inch amber monochrome VGA CRT monitor that fits into three PC drive bays! And it is a delight to use with both retro games and modern software. Surprisingly sharp image and that beautiful orange glow, ah, just a fantastic oddity. ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Check out United & Co's write-up and photo gallery here: 🤍 ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 #LGR #Retro #Oddware

LGR Oddware: Twiddler Motion Controlled Keyboard Mouse from 1992


The HandyKey Twiddler is a handheld chording keyboard, serial mouse, and motion-control input device all in one! Despite the steep learning curve, it's even somewhat enjoyable to use here and there. And playing motion-controlled DOS games is just a trip, if nothing else. ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 #LGR #Retro #Oddware

Sega PC Games: An LGR Retrospective


Taking a relaxed look back at a selection of my Sega PC game collection! They released dozens of great titles on DOS and Windows 9x back in the day and I felt inspired by Sonic Mania to revisit them. ● Titles talked about in the episode: 00:44 Zaxxon 02:05 After Burner 03:48 Daytona USA Deluxe 06:16 Virtua Fighter 08:43 Virtua Squad 10:26 Panzer Dragoon 11:48 Bug! 13:13 House of the Dead 15:20 Sonic & Garfield Pack 15:45 Baku Baku Animal 16:50 Garfield in TV Land 18:34 Sonic & Knuckles 20:21 Sonic R 22:59 Sonic CD 24:01 Crazy Taxi ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Music used in order of appearance: Sonic The Hedgehog 3 Genesis OST, Not That Serious 3 by Nocturnal Spirits 🤍

The Printer With a Floppy Drive! Sony Mavica Printer from 1999


Unboxing and testing a late 90s Sony Mavica Printer! Which as the name implies is a photo printer with a floppy disk drive. Just cram a 3.5” diskette full of JPEGs inside, press print, and get photo quality dye sublimated prints! No computer required. Although it does require a TV... and an original PlayStation is nice to have, too. ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● An album of the Mavica captures and photos: 🤍 ● Here's a CD-ROM image of the Digital Color Printer Utility: 🤍 ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 00:00 It's a floppy disk printer! 00:44 Sony FD Mavica cameras 01:20 Digital photo prints? How? 01:40 FVP-1 Mavica Printer 02:38 Appeal of a printer for Mavicas 04:04 Sony Video Printers 05:42 Unboxing the FVP-1 06:12 Details of the printer itself 07:07 Color photo paper and cartridge 08:00 Nothing to see without TV! 08:34 The first test print 10:02 Taking pics with a Mavica FD-87 11:15 Printing more photos! 13:38 Testing a downloaded JPEG 14:21 PS1 composite video input 16:31 Duke Nukem Time To Kill 17:59 Viewing video capture photos on PC 18:45 Sony Printer Utility for Windows 20:53 Printing a cherry blossom calendar 21:20 The Mavica Printer is awesome #LGR #retro #computer #90s #sony

LGR - The Sims 4 Growing Together Review


Gameplay and overview of the THIRTEENTH expansion pack to The Sims 4. This time it's all about fleshing out how sims interact and evolve over each life state. Treehouses to build, infants to parent, bikes to ride, milestones and quirks to unlock... Is it worth the $40 price tag? Let's see! ● LGR elsewhere on the internet: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Check out my other Sims 4 reviews: 🤍 ● Download the sims in the video by searching EA ID 'LazyGameReviews' in The Gallery) ● Background music licensed from: 🤍 #LGR #thesims4 #review

Opening 8 Months of Vintage Tech Oddities & LGR Mail!


Likely the only LGR donations unboxing of 2023! Opening up tons of vintage hardware, software, oddware, computer games, and retro tech. Massive thanks to everyone who contributed this awesome stuff — and made offers to do so! ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Links to various items and projects shown in the video: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍e 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 00:00 LGR Mailbag video begins 00:26 Explanation of things 01:35 Mini Control numpad joystick 03:29 NEUROBLAST HyperCard DiskZine 07:48 Sound Blaster AWE64 09:02 Shift Happens book preview 10:46 1998 Micron Additions catalog 13:14 The Abandoned Book 14:10 Command 3D Sound Engine 15:56 Apple IIe goodies 18:27 RollerCoaster Tycoon for Xbox 19:21 16GB 2.5" PATA SSD 20:00 Nostromo N52 Ultima Edition 21:42 New in box Epyx IBM PC games 22:22 Trashland pinball table shirt 24:00 Vintage mousepad recreations 25:39 CardScan business card scanner 27:08 Palm Computer Fun Pack 28:02 Handspring Visor Neo 29:47 ASUS 701 Eee PC 32:00 Duke Nukem Forever goodies 37:49 IBM Teraplex polo shirts 39:27 Apple Disk II + Floppy Emu 45:27 1978 UNIX Programmer's Manual 47:21 Rockwell Anita 1211SL Calculator 49:43 Xerox 6085 Cherry MX keycaps 52:19 Tandy 1800 HD laptop bag 53:58 Circuit City Toshiba Satellite T2105 58:34 And that is it! #LGR #Retro #Unboxing #computer #vintage #technology

Computerific Chaos! Vintage Computer Festival Midwest 2023


Checking out VCFMW 18 near Chicago in Elmhurst, Illinois! Somehow it's even bigger and busier than ever. It's a full weekend of classic computers, retro tech, hardware and software sales, panels, gaming, and great conversation with awesome folks. Let's go conventioning! ● Watch the vlog side of this trip here: 🤍 ● Check out Luke's channel and his video about the trip here: 🤍 ● Video of the YouTuber panel and Q&A: 🤍 ● Thanks to Steve of Mac84 for additional b-roll: 🤍 ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 00:00 A trip across two videos 01:27 Pre-show prep work 04:24 Creating LGRware disks 07:23 The Chicago trip 08:49 Checking in, setting up 11:06 The show has begun! 16:10 YouTuber panel, Pyramid PC auction 17:14 Thoughts on the show itself 19:53 A few items of note 21:16 VCFMW is madness+joy #LGR #VCFMW #retro #computer #travel

This 1999 Digital Camera Uses Tiny Clik Disks! Agfa CL30


Checking out the world's first (and only) digital camera using Iomega Clik disks for storage! Each disk held 40MB and cost just $10, a tenth the price of CompactFlash. Quite impressive in 1999! But this odd diversion in the late 90s digicam market was short lived, and its impact on digital photography is... well, no one remembers it. But it sure was neat! ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● An album of photographs taken with the CL30 and PDC-1100: 🤍 00:00 You ever had a Clik disk camera? 01:03 Clik versus Compact Flash 02:29 Agfa and their digicam licensing 03:48 Unboxing the CL30 Clik! 05:12 Looking at the camera itself 08:36 It's half-dead... so is my other one 09:40 Taking pictures, adjusting settings 10:45 CL30 photo examples 13:10 Downscaling, interpolation, comparisons 15:05 Windows 95 PhotoWise software 15:35 A forgotten failure, still kinda neat! #LGR #retro #photography #camera #digital

SimEarth: Tragedy of the Bird People - An LGR Review


Taking a look at the follow-up game to SimCity from Will Wright and Fred Haslam in 1990! Simulating an entire planet through the lens of Gaia Theory remains thoroughly unique. ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Music used in order of appearance: "Latin Quarters Jazz Band 1," "Survival of the Fittest 4," "Suits & Neckties 1," "Angular Pulse," "A Figure of Speech 2" 🤍 #LGR #Maxis #Retrospective

LGR - Sid Meier's Civilization - DOS PC Game Review


The timeless turn-based 4x strategy classic from Microprose. Build an empire to stand the test of time! Just one... more... turn. ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍

The Bear-A-Byte PC: Pentium III Teddy Bear Computer


Checking out the unique Bear A Byte computer system! I had to have this weird custom machine as soon as I saw it on Craigslist. An IKEA stuffed bear packing a Windows PC running an Intel Pentium 3 CPU? Oh yes. It's rather dirty though, so let's go about restoring and building this rig back even better! ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 00:00 Introducing the Bear-A-Byte PC 07:24 Poking around inside 14:54 Taking it all apart 15:35 Cleaning and restoration 19:50 Reassembling the computer 21:50 First power on and testing 24:41 Installing Windows 28:38 Sound and graphics tests 31:11 Fatty Bear's Birthday Surprise 34:10 MechWarrior 2 Ghost Bear's Legacy 35:52 The integrated sound is terrible 36:37 Wrapping things up, UT99, NFS3 etc #LGR #retro #computer

LGR - The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Review


Time for an LGR retrospective on the fourth Elder Scrolls game! It was the first entry in the franchise for millions of players in 2006, but how well does Oblivion (and its expansions Knights of the Nine and Shivering Isles) hold up twelve years later? ● More LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Music credits go to: 🤍 #LGR #ElderScrolls #Oblivion

LGR Oddware - IBM 8516 Touchscreen CRT Monitor


When this released in 1991 it cost $1,695 and was used in universities, businesses, and even the Barcelona Olympics! So let's see how it does playing Duke3D and SimCity. Because Oddware. ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 ● Music used in order of appearance: Downtown Alley 1, Not That Serious 2, Time For Spring 1 🤍

Mad Catz Tried Making the Ultimate FPS Controller: Panther XL from 1997


Checking out the odd Panther XL by Mad Catz! While they largely made goofy third party game console controllers, they also made goofy PC hardware. Like this trackball and flight stick fused together supposedly creating the ultimate FPS input device, backed up by radical 1990s John Romero magazine ads. Prime LGR Oddware indeed! ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● An archive of the Panther XL CD-ROM here: 🤍 ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 00:00 An Oddware Introduction 00:38 The Panther XL 02:56 FPgaming 'Assassin 3D' stuff 03:40 Mad Catz sure was a company 04:47 Advertising and John Romero 05:39 The cult following is real 06:38 Unboxing the device 08:41 Plugged in and setting it up 11:01 Jedi Knight Dark Forces II 13:59 Turok Dinosaur Hunter 15:54 Unreal Tournament 1999 18:27 Control Center and Quake II 20:12 Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator 21:48 A3D Mouse Emulation mode 22:21 Solitaire and SimCity 2000 23:28 DOS support, Commander Keen 4 24:31 Duke Nukem 3D of course 27:54 Y'know, I almost like it! Almost. #LGR #retro #gaming #controller #oddware

Gateway Astro: $800 All-In-One PC from 1999!


Restoring and testing out the elusive Gateway Astro! An all in one desktop computer from the late 90s that sought to be an easy to use internet appliance, and/or a kid's first PC with branded Rugrats and Blue's Clues bundles. Let's get this one repaired and running Windows 98! ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 #LGR #Retro #Computer

LGR Oddware - NEC PC-FXGA DOS/V Game Accelerator Card


The NEC PC-FX console itself was considered a failure in 1994, but then came this FXGA version for MS-DOS PCs. Not only is it the full video game system on a 16-bit ISA card, but it also adds a 3D graphics chip and software development options! Also dragonfly dinosaurs. ● Check out Sabre470's FXGA blog and videos here: 🤍 🤍 ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Download an image of the PC-FXGA DOS/V Setup disk here: 🤍 ● Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound: 🤍 #Lgr #Oddware #PCFX

LGR Oddware - Sony Glasstron HMD from the 90s


Taking a look at Sony's head-mounted LCD from the late 1990s! Not only does it let you have your own personal theater, but it makes you look like a cyberpunk antihero. ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 ● Music used in order of appearance: "Real Synth Music 5 and 7," "Short Life 3" 🤍

LGR Tech Tales - Y2K: The Year 2000 Problem


Was Y2K real? Was it a hoax? On January 1st, 2000, a computer glitch dubbed The Millennium Bug was supposed to occur at midnight on New Year's and affect our technology in a major way. 20 years later we know nothing much happened, but why? Join me and find out on LGR Tech Tales! ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Voice credits in order of appearance: Gaming Historian | 🤍 Pixelmusement | 🤍 Retro Man Cave | 🤍 The 8-Bit Guy | 🤍 PushingUpRoses | 🤍 Brutalmoose | 🤍 Modern Vintage Gamer | 🤍 Nostalgia Nerd | 🤍 ● Jazzy background music courtesy of: 🤍 ● Information sources and credits: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 #LGR #TechTales #Y2K

The Elder Scrolls Skyrim 10 Years Later: An LGR Retrospective


Fus Ro Dang, it's time for an LGR review of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim! It's now one decade old (wut) so let's take a look back the original game from 2011 in celebration of its 10 year anniversary. Wow time flies, that midnight launch on 11-11-11 still seems like yesterday. ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Background music licensed from: 🤍 #LGR #ElderScrolls #Skyrim

This 1994 Smartwatch Syncs with a CRT Monitor! LGR Oddware


Looking back at the Timex Data Link Model 70, an early smartwatch introduced by Microsoft in 1994 for Windows 3.1 PCs! It stores up to 70 data entries viewable on its LCD screen, but its real party trick is how it wirelessly synchronizes with a CRT monitor. Just point your wrist at the screen and data transfer begins, it's awesome. And it's NASA approved for space travel, too! ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Archives of the DataLink floppy disks can be found here: 🤍 ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 #LGR #Oddware #Watches

The Windows Me Experience: Was It THAT Bad?


Revisiting the infamous Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition from the year 2000. It's considered by some as the worst Windows operating system, and even one of the biggest flops in tech period. But was Me truly as terrible as its reputation suggests? ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Music courtesy of: 🤍 #LGR #Software #Retrospective

Building a New LGR Editing PC! Threadripper 3970X


Let's build a new Windows 10 computer! Specifically, a work PC for creating LGR videos and other intensive audiovisual tasks. My i7-6700K machine was getting a bit sluggish for editing large 4K 60fps video projects, so this AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3970X build will be a massive improvement. ● Pertinent linkage: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Parts list: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3970X Processor MSI Creator TRX40 Motherboard Corsair Vengeance LPX 128GB (4 x 32GB) DDR4-3600 RAM EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER FTW3 2TB+1TB+1TB Samsung 970 EVO Plus NVMe M.2 4TB Samsung 860 QVO SSD Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro TR4 CPU Cooler LG Blu-Ray Burner WH16NS40 Windows 10 Pro 64-bit EVGA SuperNOVA 1000W PSU Fractal Design Define XL R2 Case Asus ROG PG348Q 34" Monitor ● Music courtesy of: 🤍 #LGR #Computer #Build

LGR - Cities: Skylines Review (from 2015)


Finally, a promising contender for SimCity's city-building crown. Is it any good? How does it compare to its predecessors? Find out in this review! ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 ● My PC Specs: 🤍 ● Download the city shown in the video: 🤍 Music is from the game's soundtrack and The American Dollar: 🤍

Bryce 3D: Making Surreal Trapper Keeper/DnB Art on Windows 95


A retrospective on Bryce 3D from 1997, a classic program letting you quickly create surreal ray traced imagery on your computer. It always makes me think of 90s Trapper Keepers, when school binders and folders were covered in shiny CGI shapes. It's also how lots of jungle/drum & bass artwork is made! Let's create a tribute to that style of art using Bryce for PC. ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Here are the 3D rendered images made in this video: 🤍 ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 00:00 Ray Tracing in the 1990s 00:22 Trapper Keeper art 01:02 Bryce 3D for Win9x and Macintosh 03:01 Expensive, but not '3D Studio Max expensive' 04:47 The legendary Kai Krause 05:52 Experimenting with the software 06:11 The documentation is LARGE 06:59 Setting up a new scene 07:23 The user interface 07:48 Making 3D weirdness 11:17 Rendering artwork... slowly 12:29 Rendering on a Threadripper 13:47 Animation and keyframes 14:51 Bryce - It's still awesome #LGR #retro #software

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