Forums - Gaming Discussion - Retro Tech Select - Official Channel Thread (UPDATE 8.18.2020)

It's been a long while, but here's a NEW ONE!

https://youtu.be/t4JK6d2j4GA



Retro Tech Select - My Youtube channel. Covers throwback consumer electronics with a focus on "vid'ya games."

Latest Video: First Look! RetroTINK 2X Multiformat Preview - Bit-Sized, Episode 5

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Good luck with the channel.  



New video online! This one was a passion project for me. The GCN is near and dear to my heart!

https://youtu.be/I9nxBJBEdzo



Retro Tech Select - My Youtube channel. Covers throwback consumer electronics with a focus on "vid'ya games."

Latest Video: First Look! RetroTINK 2X Multiformat Preview - Bit-Sized, Episode 5

Polyludic said:

Good luck with the channel.  

Thank you kindly. 



Retro Tech Select - My Youtube channel. Covers throwback consumer electronics with a focus on "vid'ya games."

Latest Video: First Look! RetroTINK 2X Multiformat Preview - Bit-Sized, Episode 5

New video up! My collection, game room, and capture setup!

https://youtu.be/WazQ5-2kN_A



Retro Tech Select - My Youtube channel. Covers throwback consumer electronics with a focus on "vid'ya games."

Latest Video: First Look! RetroTINK 2X Multiformat Preview - Bit-Sized, Episode 5

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A quickie for a Sunday afternoon:

https://youtu.be/Kk_I34t6sAw



Retro Tech Select - My Youtube channel. Covers throwback consumer electronics with a focus on "vid'ya games."

Latest Video: First Look! RetroTINK 2X Multiformat Preview - Bit-Sized, Episode 5

Hey man, I'll follow your channel!

I'd like to become a serious (well, semi-serious) collector has a hobby, and I'm slowly picking stuff up. Do you have any tips for refurbishing old consoles? I've gotten rid of the SNES classic to look for an OG SNES, but I also don't want to grab a beat-up one, so the look is pretty difficult.

Instead of replying to this comment feel free to make a video about it, I'd watch :P



Fallawful said:
Hey man, I'll follow your channel!

I'd like to become a serious (well, semi-serious) collector has a hobby, and I'm slowly picking stuff up. Do you have any tips for refurbishing old consoles? I've gotten rid of the SNES classic to look for an OG SNES, but I also don't want to grab a beat-up one, so the look is pretty difficult.

Instead of replying to this comment feel free to make a video about it, I'd watch :P

Thanks for the sub and feedback! I do a series called "Pick Sixty" about how many retro titles you can grab for the $60 price tag of a new game. I've been thinking about doing a "collecting strategies" episode of that series, and I think you've inspired me to start working on it :)



Retro Tech Select - My Youtube channel. Covers throwback consumer electronics with a focus on "vid'ya games."

Latest Video: First Look! RetroTINK 2X Multiformat Preview - Bit-Sized, Episode 5

Spring forward with new Retro Tech Select:



Retro Tech Select - My Youtube channel. Covers throwback consumer electronics with a focus on "vid'ya games."

Latest Video: First Look! RetroTINK 2X Multiformat Preview - Bit-Sized, Episode 5

Also, what does everyone think of the new intro sound effects? Made 'em myself ;)



Retro Tech Select - My Youtube channel. Covers throwback consumer electronics with a focus on "vid'ya games."

Latest Video: First Look! RetroTINK 2X Multiformat Preview - Bit-Sized, Episode 5