Most Obscure Console Ever iQue Player Review Nintendo

A small video, long time in the make, finally my review for the iQue Player is here! Have a look as I take you back some 15 years, show off one of my new favourite 64-bit games in Sin and Punishment, and check out the new NintendoKid apparel! List of iQue Player’s games source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IQue_Player iQue’s website: https://www.ique.com/ Instagram feed of my game collecting friend: https://www.instagram.com/ern_enn/ AV to HDMI converter: https://if-link.manufacturer.globalsources.com/si/6008849860518/pdtl/HDMI-converter/1152332725/AV-to-HDMI-Converters.htm?state_filt=CN_CNFUJ?? Link to Arena of Valor (free download): https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/arena-of-valor-switch Please be sure to follow me on Twitter, as I cover all the latest and greatest in th...

Split Screen Gaming: The Rise And Fall

As someone who grew up playing video games, there’s an itch that no modern day game has been able to scratch. I’m talking about split screen couch co-op gaming. Growing up in the 90s and early 2000s as a gamer, we all had friends and siblings with whom we would play games with. It could have just been passing the controller around or watching someone play while you sat, but the best thing ever was to play together. Huddled around a small television, laughing, calling out each other for screen cheating and then getting scolded by your parents because you were making too much noise is honestly one of my fondest memories not just related to gaming but in general. Split Beginnings It all started back with GoldenEye on the N64 that had a 4 player split screen deathmatch mode. The mode was so po...

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