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LGR – Hot Wheels Computer ACQUIRED

LGR – Hot Wheels Computer ACQUIRED

Good news, everyone! I have got the Hot Wheels computer in my possession. A viewer of mine got in touch and said he had one… and um… that it doesn’t work. [laugh] So, you know, we worked out a deal, and here it is, in all its glory! The monitor is in the other room. […]

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LGR – Chex Quest – DOS PC Game Review

[intro music] [typing] You know one of the best things about cereal? Well, other than the whole “eating it in order to not starve” thing. Prizes. I’m not talking about those stupid ones where you have to collect a bunch of UPCs, mail them in and pay postage cost for something that sucks. But prizes […]

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Black MIDI songs will kill your brain and your computer

Black MIDI songs will kill your brain and your computer

Have you ever been listening to a normal song and thought, “I wish this normal song had 280 million notes and took up 1.1 terabytes of data and was literally unplayable on any computer?” Of course, you’re only human. MIDI is a shared digital language that lets electronic instruments communicate with computers, invented in the […]

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LGR – Harvester – DOS PC Game Review

LGR – Harvester – DOS PC Game Review

[rock music] [typing] Ever run across those top ten lists of the goriest video games? For whatever reason, such extreme games intrigue me. So when I saw today’s game in many of those lists, I had to own it. The game is Harvester, developed by DigiFX Interactive and published by Merit Studios in 1996. Harvest… […]

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LGR – Hot Wheels Computer RESTORED

LGR – Hot Wheels Computer RESTORED

Greetings, LGR here with some fantastic news! To me at least, hehe. I’ve got the Hot Wheels computer fully restored, working even better than it did when it was brand new! It’s complete, got all the stuff in here minus a little bit of the software. I’ve got the full manual and everything. It’s all […]

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LGR – Strangest Computer Designs of the 2000s

LGR – Strangest Computer Designs of the 2000s

The first decade of the new millennium was known for the rise of cheap, boring PCs from the likes of Dell and eMachines. But it also saw its fair share of outlandish computer designs, with manufacturers on a mad dash to find the next big thing. So, let’s take a look at a bunch of […]

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LGR – Isle of the Dead – DOS PC Game Review

[MIDI music plays] [typing] More often than not, a lame game will make a fuss and then disappear into the shadows. But then there are some games that are of another caliber entirely. Games like Isle of the Dead, developed by Rainmaker Software, Inc., and published by Merit Software in 1993. Yes, I’ve seen this […]

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LGR – Monster Bash – DOS PC Game Review

[MIDI music] [typing] When it comes to platformers from Apogee, most people will remember Duke Nukem and Commander Keen, and for good reason. Those games were stellar examples of console-like gaming for IBM PC compatibles. But one that’s forgotten by many, but not here on LGR, is Monster Bash, developed and published by Apogee Software […]

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LGR – I.M. Meen – DOS PC Game Review

LGR – I.M. Meen – DOS PC Game Review

[keyboard typing noises] [whimsical pizzicato strings] [whimsical pizzicato strings] [VO] After five years of Edutainment Month on LGR, I’ve put this one off long enough. I.M. Meen, developed by Animation Magic and published by Simon & Schuster Interactive in 1995 for MS-DOS. And if you’re ANY kind of familiar with the concept of YouTube Poops, […]

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No, he is not going to be Castoro, he is going to be Two, just like that. Two Two Dude, It never happened to you the word “Two” writed is super weird right? Two It’s super weird the word… Two… Two… one, two Why “two”, is “two”? And not three? Why? I don’t know (gangster’s […]

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