17 Burst results for "Coleco Vision"

"coleco vision" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

11:35 min | 5 months ago

"coleco vision" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"Very excited. We're very excited rentals. Here we're talking about sex Gd and Elliott epic epic twenty four hours of sex and it seems that JD has found a way to bring Elliott all the way to the promised land because she seems to be really enjoying sex the fact that they have it like six or seven is ridiculous even brings up. I'm GONNA need a vagina transplant. She says she's sending of giant transplant. Which is a very funny fantasies cutting to the guys running through all go the cooler. The Cooler I know is that they should have done the song in the bucks. Randall was johnny transplant. Something that anyone was worried about getting through the sensors because it seems pretty pretty risque to have a vagina in a box. I remember there being like some conversation. I can't remember whether it was whether it was lot of companies with the great thing about scrubs was that there was always something else to point like you know another red herring. It will have a dime the bucks but he says Dick three times two pages later. We'll get rid so part of Reynolds job was was being bills liaison to the studio and being like listen guys. It's just one the giant antibiotics box or not going to happen. John is in every week and the great thing about about the the working with the person there was a a a woman. Can't remember there was this was saying because lives this Sandy. Christmas was this very sweet woman who used to have these conversations with so I'd get on the phone and now random and dying in the ball and you know and then you later Sabinus. Do we have to have all of that in the sheriff? And what's funny is so often. Give you the Sheet of all their objections. And it's a negotiation and then even when you get it through like okay. We're fine with the vagina in the box. Please do not show of China in a Box. Like even even share your like really guys. You had to write that on the paper like we were going to go to China for NBC in the box. Sometimes they say sometimes they say stuff and you think oh Dan your way dirtier than that is not what we meant is. This is a true story we had to go into the effects visual effects and adjust Donald Scrubs in a particular scene. Because if we're seen too much about Oh yes we do Dan how about you do it. Let's have some thunder loss from my junk. If you wouldn't mind put up right those alone at the table. Reads IN MOST OF MY S. Go whenever nurse. Roberts couldn't be at the Taylor. Read a random would play. Her and his favorite part was doing her Speaking of speaking of Aloma holy cow. She's amazing in this episode. Very funny every one of her lines lands hard. You know what I mean white boys you mean. It was a secret all of this everything that she said in this episode. I laughed out loud. I'll let's get ready to into it right away. You know. Let's the janitor sees Aloma and she sees him and she looks at him. Like get the fuck out of my way and Randall. Bill is still hanging onto his his his dream that the janitor was only seen by JD in season one and we are on our detectives that are quickly proving him wrong in every other episode. Yes yes I. I never bought into that he was a figment of JD's metropolitan and Mr Snuff. I mean because there's some episodes later I remember an episode. I directly where he has a group of men play by our team you know in the survey are all and and isn't his his his side. He has two sidekicks joy and Randall. Right yeah Randall. I remember Randall. Martin played by Martin. My Martin WHO's also in Oz. The great and powerful with me and he was also in pirates of the Caribbean. Yes I love the gun. Let's talk about Coleco Vision. Which comes up at seven twenty one and you have Coleco vision. Either one of you. I did not my friend had COLECO vision and I remember clinical vision being so awesome because video games looked exactly like they look in the arcade so donkey Kong in Donkey Kong from the arcade. And I remember that game. I don't I don't remember the smart. Well sorry we're interested in video games please go. I'm sure on Youtube. They can play you. The theme music from smurfs on clear vision and that jam was fire. Was It loud? Learn la La la La la La land that was the dope. Shit la La la La la La la La la a hill ahead. Let's it this way. Jc can make a song from hard. Knock Life yes you do that again. Kicking my beat box and we've got a long a staple a la La la La la have to line that up with some delay but we think it's fire and I think we can be a hard knock life you you. Donald onset used to do transformers as our dude late night. Neil Diamond Neil. Diamond singing transformers. I thought I did it already. But if I haven't if you missed it do defense formers more than meets the Young. Keep you on the face dead. Bettas to destroy the evil. I deserve the Disip Dakota and Neil Diamond's your best impersonation you also do a pretty good I don't know much but I know being my you do a better version of Aaron Neville denied to mice mind trash had no doubt may be me way better than mine way better than mine. There you go. That's the extent of our impressions. Coleco vision great game system. I felt like a baller because I had it. And you know it remember. The control was like a long rectangle and there was certainly on the bottom. Yeah not to be confused within television which I didn't have or in television well. Was it in television. It was COLECO vision. Start with the Atari. Twenty six hundred. I remember that everybody had that and COLECO vision. Go ahead Randall. I feel like the guy with the gaming headset. You weigh in this big sound a hundred years old. I'm only doing a puzzle during Cova. That is all of the original Video Games. Tari and like. Yeah so it's puzzle. It's a mismatch. Few Van Gogh's starry night and we are not even getting anywhere near to starting it but I feel like if it was the old game console view but had it done already. I'm sending to you. There's an Alpha mentioned in the shop. I loved Alf. I was a huge fan of Alpha announced to maximize. What are you doing? The puppet from outer space who love to eat cats. I remember being a little kid and the trailer teaser. For Alf came on and I remember being a little kid. My first film critic going that looked so stupid custody loving ALFLEX having to animals. What was that about Al? I visited the outset. You did remember yes now. Was it raised up so they can have puppeteer. Yes and it was it was. It wasn't a real state that no warehouse in Culver City. Max Right who was who played the father who was an accomplished a feat actor and Shakespearean actor and Genius Actor. All around fucking hated it. I think that's part of the lore is that he absolutely hated doing a puppet show now did you. Did you watch all the Alps? We really just because there's a memphis odes. I meant to me. I'm not ready to re watch podcast. But there's a very special alf where I I remember mostly is crying during Sweetie Alfred to visit the girl in the hospital. It was like you know tonight on a very special health D. member when they would like back in the day for those who are too young when there was a sad like on scrubs episodes all the time. But I'm old sitcoms. They would always warn you like tonight on a very special. Silver spoons will recur will kill a deer. We recommend we recommend parents watch with their children. Remember that for sure but on scrubs if it was sad we would play the theme song a little. Yeah a silver spoons. When the record kill the deer there was different strokes. When Dudley got molested by the bike shop owner remember that I do remember that. And everything happened to Dudley or Arnold. Yeah and then. I don't know what happened on now but I don't know if they made the announcement it must have been serious ten nine special episode Alf. Alf Learns to touch himself. Oh boy I used to have an animal and a on their mind made it sound like I fucked the dollar. I didn't I just I just it did sound like you feel like you're about to say. I I didn't tale. I don't Know No. He did not look at how to tail off did not have a tail. You feel really confident about that. You didn't some you can see al asked that much okay. Let's talk about how well Johnny doesn't this episode Monologue section. Everybody's great in the jewel. You look at your face. Lit Up does have a tail shit sending Donald. You fucking Liar. I just don't remember the long-term Listen Dog Stale and it only you can see him like he's looking out the window and single shy. Listen but I WANNA see if the allies remember episodes of scrubs how am I supposed to remember out who doesn't have a tail so I have a memory? I think what I was trying to save the stuffed animals. I used to pull outs tail through his legs to make it look like it was albums peanuts. Gosh all right so good in this episode that before we do that..

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"coleco vision" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"coleco vision" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"But I see his gain being so well rounded, once he figures out, I need to create distance, today's NBA what I love about Steph curry is, he just told all these guys, this is the new calculus backup Damian Lillard who used to be a great shooter from thirty feet. Took it to thirty five feet. Like you just gotta back it up. That's my thing. Marcello. Amrik is just like with Dirk Novitsky in the final two minutes. Oh, he's going to go. He can go get you a book. I never see Yanna says that guy even if John is develops a three point shot. He's still not a guy that are gonna give it to him. And he's gonna go get me a bucket. Final minutes, generally, I don't want anybody who seven feet, and Kevin Durant has the same issue at times. If you're seventeen of seven seven feet tall, it's a physics that's a high dribble, no matter how low you get which means you're always susceptible to getting picked, but when it comes to winning a championship my best player has to be my hardest worker, I can find a guy who's a closer. I can. I mean, the argument, Kyrie Irving was the closer. Lebron James was the centerpiece of team, if you get the right pieces around him, and it does take special pieces. The right pieces. Of that of Jimmy's here, thoughts on the show, so far for Jimmy thoughts on the shore, I can clearly tell did you ain't never been married. What was that comment? Yeah. But is what was that? The question that any woman asks the man, if you've got us a transmitted disease. My wife text me immediately. I held on tell the truth about that real. I'll just got testy. Let me see the paperwork. Here's a highlight from our discussion earlier. Right. Did you guys know that? I may gamer I bring this up because there's a video game about Toronto raptor, small forward. Kawhi Leonard the game is called hitman two silent assassin. I know what's going on with, you know, them keys ain't gonna press themselves. You gotta right so but came we remind ourselves and Kevin Durant is being art of Jimmy. What's your take on linen? Will you tell on yourself my Granddad? He said, every time you open your mouth, the food jump out. That's what's happening what you right now. Kawhi Leonard ain't no damn hitman two silent assassin. And even though damn real video game now Golden State. That's a real video game asked to K that's the standard that all video games as measured by two that's to K the video game. The Golden State Warriors. Everybody knows this is the rule, if you don't know how to play Madden you don't have to play to K. You pass the state. Give it up next man up. You ain't no real. You ain't. No real mad, you ain't. No real to K player you just started playing. You got your first system, three months ago. Braves. Jimmy been a gamer from day one. Matter of fact, hold on. I'm going to ask about me, your daddy, about me daddy's past, but go ahead. Hey, you know what before he live? Let me tell you what I beat him. Him in Paul. I meet him in Tari, Atari, twenty six hundred Sega, Sega, Genesis intendo, odyssey coleco coleco vision. Coleco vision, smell-a-vision television. I even beating with the little hand hill. Game did you go? Do do not. Remember little games deterrent on the players. Go. Beat him in that. Hey, bro. Game recognize game. Gailey gamers. Go ahead. You'd think it all started with take mobile imagine. But April you know who invented the first football game. Your boy, Jim. Promise man, I honestly good as man, I was in Cassidy is one of my dad is one day..

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"coleco vision" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

11:12 min | 1 year ago

"coleco vision" Discussed on WTVN

"Here's many Dreyer in Michaela haunt with. What matters. You know Michaela. We are so honored. Because now it is official. We've been kind of working this for months, and now we can make the official announcement that Cosi is an official part of what matters. How honored are we Michaela honored, and we are incredibly excited because we know when the president and CEO Cosi comes in. We are going to have fun. And if we're on Facebook live on the WTVN Facebook page, and you can see what we're talking about. We're going to do an experiment here in a couple of minutes. And of course, Frederick Berkeley. You always bring the fun always happen to be on your show. And I can't believe this partnership has been Inc. It's you are going to be on every single month doing things like this. What did you bring today? So today, I brought some dry ice. Otherwise known as frozen carbon dioxide is really cool because one of the few substances that goes from a solid cool. It's ice. That's right. Is that you put in, you know, your your water or your adult beverages that goes from solid and then it melts into water. And then it goes to gas evaporates, this stuff goes from solid straight to gas. And it's really cool. See it. All right. I'm gonna move that microphone over for you. I'm just gonna take a big chunk and drop it in here. It looks like a witch's brew. Does that not look like a witch's brew Michaela? That's what people use them Halloween at some of their houses there. They have to handle it, very carefully. Doctor Bert Lee. I mean, it is gets it can be really hard on your hands. Right. Can you have to use this with clubs? It is minus one hundred degrees Fahrenheit, super cold. But as soon as it hits, the water in evaporates instantly, Facebook, you can hear it ISA carbon dioxide is there's a reaction that's happening right now. Dr burly carbon dioxide is reacting with the water and the water is accelerating its evaporation. So it's going straight from that solid. Block. You saw me drop in there and into this incredible slush. What are you bringing over that? You have like a blue taking a blue ribbon soaked, and soap and putting a soap bubble layer on that. And watch. How cool is wow. Oak this whenever you are. Coming up right now. Come on. Thank you. One. That is so just rolled out. Carbon dioxide is a regular part of our everyday lives. I want to give away to tickets for something. We're gonna talk about our fantastic new exhibit mythic creatures. Can we do this? We can do that. Yes. Right. So we're going to give away two tickets to your first caller who can guess what does carbon dioxide have to do with the human body. What does carbon dioxide have to do with the human body? I see our producers Jack Jack has brain rolling through that right now. Eight to one WTVN eighty two one nine eight six you get a pair of tickets to the new exhibit were about to talk about with Dr Berkeley, again, eight to one WTVN eight two one nine eight six what does carbon dioxide half to do with the human body and Mindy? He's gonna pop this bubble again. You know, you got me excited cool ink this deal. Finally. But now you're popping up. You know, what's so funny? If you are the president and CEO of Kasai you have to love science. Did you start loving science has just a little boy? And it just continued absolutely all began by meet blowing up my video game. I thought I was going to figure out how to make lectures seeing how to play video game. But you blew it up. And I totally blew it up. I had a little head to head coleco vision of dating myself, you guys remember that. Well it chewed through batteries. I couldn't afford to buy them. So I found old the basement cut off the cable connected it to the black and red wire in the back of game plugged the wall. Best ten seconds. Is hilarious. Eleven second of blew up blew my game. My dad come running down with his western accent, son. You're burning down the house. But the whole thing was because I realized this thing called electricity was way more complicated than just clicking on a switch or plugging something outlet that got me hooked us. We have a couple of callers who may have the answer to our question, we have actually several we'll go to an I and what does carbon dioxide have to do with human body. That's what you breathe out. You got it. And. That was our first call for the listeners, as you know, we breathed this thing called air air that we breathe is made up of oxygen carbon nitrogen and carbon dioxide and we need the oxygen. But then we excel we're actually blowing out carbon dioxide, which is the exact same thing that this block of ice of that is what that's the acceleration right there that we would normally see in us. That's what's happening right there. A little different though because you'll have ice blue out carbon dioxide gas. So great job on the answer, and our producer will get your information and you'll get two tickets to this new exhibit. Now, let's talk about this new exhibit. Because it sounds like it's going to be amazing. What is it? And when does it open up so first of all again for your listeners? This is part of the fantastic one of a world kind partnership with the American Museum of natural history based out of New York, the number one naturally museum in the world. And they're partnering with Cosi right here in our backyard to bring dinosaurs. And then traveling's in the third installment is that when you talked about mythic creatures dragons unicorns and mermaids. So okay. Are these things were these things real? I mean, the fact that we're based in science we're talking about Cosi. Any of this ever happened? Or is it just the misconstrued information over time? It's a great question. That's what's so fun about this. First of all crosses cultures cultures. Going back two thousand years have all these ideas of these mythic creatures regardless if you eat west house, and what's really cool is there actually based in scientific phenomena, whether it's fossils that have been seen our sightings sightings from skeletons. So for example, if you think about unicorns I grew up again blown up that coleco vision game and my little pony. And you guys remember that? I definitely. Actually based back in the day on looking at a narwhal, and if you've ever seen a Narwaz public mini whale type structure, but it's got this big bone that jets out for the head. So depending on the late or the ambiance of the air. Whatever you might have thought it looked like a horse with things to Bertha unicorns. So it's really cool about this exhibit is we have these mythical creatures, but we have the science and history behind him that has helped bring them and make them come alive when you say, you have these mythical creatures when people walk through this exhibit. What exactly are they going to see I'm not going to spoil it for them? Bigfoot to going to see unicorns. You're gonna see all kinds of other really cool things. But what's really fantastic? It's a smash up of great signs. Great mythic history and beautiful art. And it's not just for children. This is important things for as well, so many expect you there. Yes. Mermaids? Sailor's Sal mermaids back in the day. And with that I'd love to give a second set of two tickets to our caller who can. You guys. Have you guys are awesome? It's the second question is, hey, what did sailors look at or see that made them think mermaids where thing. Okay. So we'll take the first caller who could answer that question. We give them a hint that's kind of a tough one. What? Okay. Repeat it again, what did sailor see back in the day. What did sailor sea water think mermaids existed under the water? Eight to one WTVN six one four eight two one nine eight six what did sailor see that make them think that mermaids existed tale? I'd say a tale. Well, I mean, you would think so, but what's the human part though? That's the thing. Like, you're not going to see a human with a tale underneath the water. Then you'd go. There is a very tough. We're not even get any callers. Got some time to get it. So let me ask another question. You can answer that question. We have we have people popping up. I guess I didn't have much faith in our listeners. Dial you gotta get your fingers going. So again, the question the doctor Berkeley posed what did sailors see that made them think mermaids actually existed Matthew e were on the line with Dr burly? What's your answer? Was it? Mainly was Matthew talked. How did you know that Matthew? I remember one. I read it somewhere. I heard it. I don't remember whereas dock with you, and it's the correct answer. So thank you. And you're going to come. Matthew interested listeners come into Cosi to see from February twenty third mythic creatures awesome. Marry you jackal get your information will make sure we get you those tickets. Thank you so much calling in and thanks to the other callers as well. Doctor Burt least popular when he comes in. He's well listen to him. By personality. Look, he's like a Warlock. Now, I'm not a witch because that's the warlocks brew. I'm gonna gonna make another bubble. Why you guys have been busy at Cosi lately. We've been really busy. Well, so preparing for the inaugural science festival. Yeah. Talk about that missile starts may one through may fourth the first few days Wednesday through Friday, we're taking about one hundred and ten events out into the community. We're going to be an every single area Franklin county, and beyond and surrounding counties, and we couldn't be more excited. And then the last day is the actual carnival on co size land in and around Cosi at the peninsula. It's going to be fantastic. We're taking science where people live. Learn live learning lounge and have signs as part of that. Where can they go to get more information about that? Cosi dot org. Science festival website. Okay. And I just did his side because I'm interested in this summer camp sign up. You gotta be starting that sometime I sign up for summer camp. By the way, we have camps throughout the year as well. So if you're stuck with your child and a holiday thanksgiving, or what have you send them over to coast? We've got a great day camp for them. But absolutely we're signing up for summer camp. We've actually revamped some of the offerings. I wanna go back in time and actually sign up for can I do that. You've got a pop that bubble burst. My bubble. Don't tell me can't go to camp Michaela. It's okay. Snuck over there and pop you didn't even see her. All right. Let's. Double-fisted visited. This is going to be so fun to do this. Once a month. We are so happy that you are part of what matters Cosi is a huge part of central Ohio from little kids to adults to everything. And it's been in this community for decades. Thank you guys so much you you know, when you thinking about who department with you want to partner with people who are animated, exciting and have a great listenership, and that is UT. So we just. Dr Frederick, partly Cosi dot ORG for everything.

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"coleco vision" Discussed on Don Talk

Don Talk

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"coleco vision" Discussed on Don Talk

"Ranked number one thousand nine hundred fifty nine in the world and number three hundred eighty seven in US. That's still damned impressive. I would be ranked, whatever the very last number is. Because I looked at it and I don't understand this. Now to give you some context, this is was considered e sports and the east sports industry is booming. And it brings in nearly one billion. That's the b. dollars annual revenue and has I- worldwide audience of about three hundred eighty million dollars. Now he has back story is is kind of typical. I guess. I mean, he got his first gaming console which was an in sixty four Nintendo sixty four Christmas when he was six years of age, and then somewhere around age twelve. For whatever reason, his dad sold his XBox and his accompanying games because he, I guess he felt like he was spending too much time playing. So he took it away from him, sold it. And finally, dad was like, well, if you're gonna keep gaming, you need to find a way to make money. So he did. He started playing and its job. It's job. He streams on twitch. And he wanted to point out that four nine is a fulltime job for him. He said there's a lot more work involved in people think that they're actually is. And I mean, a lot of people do they look at and go, oh, he just sit sir four or five hours a day and he make how much money? Yeah, there's a lot of prep. It's just like doing this show. I don't just turn microphone and go and just start opening my mouth and blah, blah, blah, blah. I go for two hours. I've already done three hours worth show prep, which is the reason why. So damn difficult to do this show every day. Like I wanna do it. Overton said, quote, we spend time practicing going over VOD review in videos. We play in scrimmages against other pro players, and we try to save. We did something wrong how we could improve on that for entertainment. He spends an average of five hours a day live streaming two to three hours recording for a video, and then it will usually fit practice in during the stream as well. And then he plays other games to win down. He said, he's actually had fan, stop him and take pictures at target, or you might see somebody and and do an autograph or picture. He said, you expect that if you go to a convention, but it's a little weird awkward when you've got people that. Just don't expect video game player at the local restaurant and go like, is that guy famous? I just play video games. Oh. I remember coming up in the eighties. All the time. You know the the first big video game. Boom happened in the early eighties and then we had the video game crash. I think it was around eighty two eighty three somewhere in there. And. Always being told, you know, my my friend's parents, even my parents. I mean, they gave me an Atari twenty six hundred clone from Sears. Then I gotta coleco vision, which was a lot better. Actually got the coleco vision with the Atari twenty six hundred Al module. So I could play coleco games as well as Tari games. And it was always, what are you going to do with your life? You can't just sit there and play video games for the rest of your life. You gotta get prepared. Get an education, get a job. Little did they know that there would be people. Sitting on their asses playing video games for four, five and six hours at a time making his little is forty to fifty thousand dollars a year and as much as half a million dollars a month and we're out of time. I I well, I'm going to wrap it up for today show. Thank you for joining me if you were here for the the live show trying to do this at three PM at.

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"coleco vision" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

New Player Has Joined

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"coleco vision" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

"So I remember he was he got home. I was doing so he was going to the school auction or something. And you know, it's usually like buy a pie or, you know, like her name mentioned on the on the carnival or something I saw point out. His dad is about to buy video game system from a school. Yeah, they don't know what they were doing. They really opened the door. They couldn't shut. We're selling crack any. So I remember him coming up coming up the stairs, and he was. He was like, grunting and struggling with this box. And I was like, what? What's going on what's going on? And he was like, kind of like fake being angry like these things I do for you, you know, blah. And then he, I mean, he, I visualize it to this day and then he turned around and I saw the Balkans like, well. Like, yeah, I got this for you. For a while through figure. Okay. Go back to the mill slash mind slash always smoking a cigarette. Right? Okay. So I had I had that and then I, but I would save up sometimes for individual games or you know, I remember begging my grandma too, because when space invaders came out for the Atari, that was a big, huge deal. And I remember like I did research about like where she could get it and like you had to order it. She, I remember I would go around to the different stores and I figured that the the most likely place to get it at the most reasonable price was there was a in water tower place, and this is I grew up in Chicago, which was a indoor vertical mall. There's a place called shutterbugs which focused more on camera equipment. But if they realized we could make money on, you know. And that you could preorder space invaders for fifty two dollars. This, this is a seventies eighties. I apologize. I'm sure someone listening game. Yeah. Eighty two or eighty three and God bless grandma. She had no idea what she was buying. Yeah, but I'd give a clear enough instructions and well behaved enough that year. I remember doing that when I tried to get some video game from Santa Claus. I want this game. Okay, we got it. And I'm like, no, but I need to clarify. Yes, Santa. So he knows where to go to get this thing. Like, no, it's the same. Baiters no say it turns out in the eighties and nineties Santa began the king of close enough. And then but but as far as saving, I did. So at some point I REM I figured out that if I sell my Atari to the neighbors down the street and I think I did it forty, five dollars some some somehow the the the number that's and I remember I had a check that I would. I didn't understand you to deposit the check yet. With the check to the store. So so I saved up enough money and I got a because I think I'd gotten maybe a coleco vision. So this is an after remember. But coleco vision had like through complete intellectual property violations had developed this module that you could plug into the coleco vision to play Atari twenty six hundred game. Yes, they had. I think I think expansion model module one was like a driving mechanism, and I think expansion Montel to was this Tari deck. And so I, I realized if I get the coleco vision, sell my Atari and then save up a little bit more money. I can then by the Atari module and then I can have the best of both worlds in the smart thing is something that we need to talk about because you have done appreciate how every single game or has to do this when they're younger, they have to be like, all right, bye. Sell this right work for a whole summer. They start doing all the math in their head just to be the selling thing wasn't like, oh, we'll just go on EBay and Liz. It's like a door that door and our buddy exactly. I'd found some neighborhood wanted the twenty six hundred and we came to a price and all that. And yes. Lake as a kid. Yeah. Giving force into that because you want these things so badly, it's funny, jump ahead, you know, thirty years later..

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"coleco vision" Discussed on Don Talk

Don Talk

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"coleco vision" Discussed on Don Talk

"There. There is something that I got brought before a went on air and. Yeah, it's one of those things where it was cut off at the beginning. So you heard exactly the way what you heard there was exactly the way I got it invoice mail. And of course I looked at the number that it came from because the number that it came from is an Atlanta number, not the number that is cut into that actual message. So you could tell it was someone who was reading a script and then press the button. And basically there was an automated number. So anyway, it's one of those are s type scams where they're saying, you know, you need to call this number and they're, they're trying to scam you out of money and more than likely not wasn't gonna take the time to do it, but more than likely they were going to try to get you to go to like WalMart or whatever, and the prepaid cards, green, whatever. They don't know what they are, but. Remember ladies and gentlemen, you will not receive this type of phone call from the r. s. so there you go a little PSA. All right. Last thing I wanna talk about today. If if you're not a video game player. Then you may not know about anything that I'm talking about. But my my target audience is people my age and younger. All right. Because people, my parent's age, they don't give a DO games. I mean, you know, they bought me. I had a had coleco vision back in eighty. One eighty to one of the best video game systems of of that era. In my opinion, far surpassed the Atari twenty six hundred even had the little add in module where I had the best of both world could actually play Atari cartridges along with the coleco cartridges. So that was pretty much. Yeah. I mean, my mom loved to play lady bug with me, but that was it. So they don't really understand. Well, of course my dad passed away in twenty thirteen, but he. He had a different outlook on things anyway, but a lot of parents that you know that are my parents don't really understand video games. They think it's a waste of time and what have you. And one of the big big, big video games that has taken hold this year is a game called fortnight. Now, it's a game that you play online. It's not a not a game that you you can play without an internet connection because you're playing against you're playing with and against other people. Now this game has been so successful that it looks like it's going to be on track. The prediction is by the end of twenty eighteen. This game will have made two billion dollars. Two billion dollars has been downloaded over one hundred million times on our s there's a release on Android. This finally happening in the next couple of months. You can play it on played on the PC. You can play it on consoles. It's it's a very addictive game. And it can get very competitive. It is a very competitive is is a a battleground, royale type of game where you go in and you're either by yourself or you, you grew up with other people and you go against the other group. It's kind of like a hunger games, esque scenario. You're like, dropped off in this area and you battle it out until there are winners. Like I said, it, it plays on the iphone plays on the Nintendo switch the PC PlayStation four, Xbox One. The team of the player survives until the end wins the match. All right. You have notable people on twitch in other places like ninja. This is the game that he plays. Now. He cut his teeth on a different video game ten or twelve years ago. God, it just it left my brain halo. He was a big halo player back in the day. He's a big fortnight player now. And the fact that I mean he's good, but he's also got a very good personality. He brings in somewhere between five hundred, seven hundred fifty thousand dollars a month. By way of the number of people that subscribed to own twitch and other endorsement deals probably swag, March, and all that other kind of stuff..

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"coleco vision" Discussed on Poop Culture

Poop Culture

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"coleco vision" Discussed on Poop Culture

"And I'm sure that like, you know, when the next generation of people our age, they'll be making that are Representative of movies that inspired end end change their lives. And so I think that net naturally balls and this is a mattress station of that for us. I have a hard time hating on any of that stuff. Any one of the things that really has been very critical of movies off people's movies in the past. And after you make one, you realize like this is a miracle, like we gotta move. He made that in itself as a miracle. So it makes me appreciate movies in general now more than I had four. And so I think that kinda has your question from my perspective. Yeah, you know what? I think it's like some people. If you're just looking at the movie and you don't like it and you critique it, that's one thing. But this one that I read today, the guy just straight up. He gave you guys in f- and it was the, I'm not having enough drop their site because it was the worst. Fuck interview. Read like it was like he didn't even see them. Thank you. Yeah, it's very Dushi and and to just shit on the whole nostalgic thing, you know, I think it's one of those things that we can always enjoy and we take with us wherever we go. And you know, everyone wants to rekindle the spark from time in their lives where everything was simple before and fun, and because you never hear an adult, say something like, oh, man, I wish I was ten years in the future. You know, everyone wants to go back in time unless you're in jail or something. Maybe in that case, you want to go very far but like Mark and I, we were avid VHS collection and it's not something that we do for you know the the quality of the the video. It's just the closest thing that we can do to kind of rekindling going with the video store and renting a tape. It's like what you just said a little while ago. You really wanted that coleco vision because you had that when you are kid and you know, that's kinda what what me and man crush do is, you know, we kind of collect things that we had when we were kids with things that remind us. Of simpler tongue. And I think a lot of people do that now and that's what was cool about your movie though, because for us, you kinda get to live carry Asli through those characters because you've been in their shoes before. Like just this weekend I went, I saw skyscraper is a cool movie, but I've never climbed a fucking skyscraper. But on the other hand, I've I've fucking ridden bikes round. My neighborhood played. And you live next door to somebody who couldn't theoretically. Exactly. Yeah. Both of my current neighbors definitely serial killers even the little old lady next door guaranteed. Hey, what was it like working with France was'more the the whole crew from turbo kid? Yeah, it was. It was interesting. I mean, those guys are awesome. They rock. It's crazy to watch how you know. I mean three directors is an oddity, right? And so it was neat breakdown for how they were, you know? And I mean they, they are definitely lights a United front. Like one of them has an idea. The other two are on board right away. It's just really together and then also the separate like what their specialties are on. Yawn yawn always works with talent. So the Akers making sure they're comfortable, he's fine. Most outspoken, he's really good at putting you at ease, just like very like affable likable guy. Francois is very serious and like this story boarding, he's the guy was working with DP. He's behind the camera. He's all action in a new is kind of watching the big picture. She's on deals with all the Joe dis the heads of departments, make sure everything's in all out of just working on other things so they they bring up a task way. I think it works really well, but those guys as so awesome. Were they the first choice as directed like directing team? They're the only team that I know whether the first choice is being. It's weird for multiple people toward when we were packaging movie. We met with them and be of pitching the idea and they're like, we attached them..

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"coleco vision" Discussed on Poop Culture

Poop Culture

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"coleco vision" Discussed on Poop Culture

"That's the big one them to go. I, I wanted to keep a coleco vision that we got actually found original ritual. Kid. I wanted to keep it. I don't know what happens blue track, but yeah, but. Sure. We also had to get the hardy boys books clear in that those were clear while we are dozen. The national archive by this point is kind of just like free free reign. No, but the nudie MAGS, they're looking at our. Yeah, American warrior. Hey, just getting back real quick to the whole strangers thing, traitors thing, stranger things thing. See, even their name is fund up. Have those comparisons kinda hindered they help, I think, yeah, it really helped us. Thank you know, like we were scared obviously when we need an obstacle mount, and then we saw the trailer in sauces mar having grow. We're all right, right. At the time, it actually kinda helps us to get inside. Finance, everything pushes through the production and that I think the only the only light downside to it was like coming out of it when people start seeing it comparison started getting, you know. So you gotta get over that a little bit? Yeah, the critics. I mean, critics are from that we have been favorable or the movie, but at the same time, the ones that happened in always reference strength and. So, I mean, we're living in host range trait of things a call from a cultural phenomenon. It's one of those things that twenty years people who are young now, look back stranger things kinda way we did with the or goings. So it just is what it is, you know, but it definitely been double edge sword. Sure. I could see. I've read. I read some of the reviews from both sides, getting bad it on the bad reviews because there's always gonna be douche douchebag and there's, there's people that just they can't get themselves into something. Their sole intent is to just rip something down the and I fucking hate those people and and read it. I read one review of your movie from somebody that like I just wanted to punch him in the face afterwards because not only did he should on the movie, but then he went into this whole thing. Calling the eighties, nostalgia craze going to end soon in audiences are gonna tired of it. There's a couple of things I gotta say, number one, you out of your fucking and you, you probably didn't grow. Up in the eighties or you didn't ever experienced childhood because how can anybody ever tire of something from simpler that? Like, what do you? What do you guys have to say something like that? Like when you see some like jackass that writes them bullshit. I know it's probably hard for you guys to to fire back at them, but like it's got like just burn a fire inside of you and somebody like breaks down the whole genre and says, all this is going to die. We'll provide the form. Just looking at the fact that we wrote this at the base of the same time, duffer bras, writing, stranger things. I know similar time it took a long time to get made, but I know that carry who've been on a draft in almost it was being developed clearly. It was something like ice and I think what it is, people who are our age when become filmmakers than we wanna tell stories. We wanna tell stories that affect people the same way other stories affected us. And so this, this movie was a manifestation of that Ross might think clearly generational..

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"coleco vision" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"coleco vision" Discussed on Bad Science

"I am psyched to bring you the abyss. We are talking about the nineteen eighty nine classic James Cameron film which you probably haven't seen, but if you've seen it then that's great and we'll we'll get into it right now. I I want to introduce to you my my comedic guest, an unbelievable performer, you know him from the big sick, Bob's burgers. It's honestly probably easier to name stuff. You haven't been in its curb Ronald high first off weight. Yep. People have not seen the abyss. I chose a bad movie. You didn't choose a bad move. My mind, the business. The most important movie ever made was my favorite movie as a child. I've never heard anyone else say that. I'm shocked that people don't know this movie. Yeah. Well, I think I'm not sure why, but it's very hard to watch the abyss. If you try to go on Netflix, you try to go on Hulu, HBO, etc. They just don't have it. I don't know why, but they have it on laserdisc Ethan, right. That's true. And everyone. Shoot own it on lizard. I watched on laserdisc. Rejected with just three lights, one red one, green one, one blue one, of course. So yeah, in between playing coleco vision. Uh-huh. Yeah, yeah. I was just watching quarter my in case. You were confused about that third voice here. We have Dr Douglas pace, an assistant professor of biological sciences at the California State University in Long Beach. I get unless you got it, right? Yeah. Okay, great. Thanks for joining us here. Done. Welcome. And I would like to say in terms of what Kurt said, I know I come from a more science background, but the abyss was a pretty important movie for people I went to school with. Oh, was that a marine biology school? Yes. Well, was it it was Southampton college, Long Island university. They went bankrupt though and also, but I do. Too much time watching the events on the shoutout. I do feel like for people who like water stuff, it's a pretty big deal. It's up there. You're gonna watch that. You got to watch ause. Yeah, right, right. Okay. That makes a lot of sense. So I wanted, yeah, just start out with. I mean, I, I basically have your thoughts on the film Kurt. You love the bits ever since you were a kid. I mean, it didn't make you want to be a marine biology. Oh yes, it did. It did. Oh, I wanted to be a marine biologist for a long time. And then I found out that actually I just like swimming. And so you saved yourself a lot of heart. When I found out that like on research vessels like nobody goes swimming. I was like, fuck this. Why are you going out there? People are just going swimming at night. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I think I don't know what you do in particular and I want to get to it, but a lot of there is like scuba diving excursions and right in certain kinds of marine biology you? Yeah, kind of marine biology, sadly, no. So that's exactly what on cruises and going submarines. Okay. Pretty Pretty good. good, marines, a pretty fun. So the the submarine that you were on was called the Alvin. The Alvin? Okay. Classic. The class that is classic. That's the one big submarine fan. Yes. I'm telling you the James Cameron runs deepen him. Yeah, and Cousteau Cousteau is on that a few times. Right? I think maybe his son. Oh, really? Maybe. Yeah, I'm not sure. Yeah. Yeah. Cousteau junior was a big one on that one. So. So about James Cameron here? I because I had some idea. It was just in my head somewhere that he was like a big. I don't even know what to call it. Ocean nog refer ocean freak. He loves the sea and he's always going down there raising yet, but I had no idea the depth no pun intended of you is that I didn't. That was intention. All right. Verita. Yeah, he just he, he has the solo dive record. He went seven miles down by himself. I in. Yeah, I think it was six kilometers. Okay. So seven miles is pretty well what the hell? Six kilometers is pretty deep. So I trust you more than the internet, but how deep the ocean, if seven, I thought I thought it was like two miles..

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"coleco vision" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"coleco vision" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"It's always fun. I'm one of those people will never change my hair drastically on my own because I'm too afraid to on your own. What do you mean like you're going to die your own hair? Well, no, if it's not for job, but if it's for a job, I'll do pretty much anything. But if it's like you won't take too many risks when you're on your break. Exactly. Right. So your parents weren't strict on you? They didn't have to be because you had sort of propensity. Acidy propensity, you hear that. Charlene, I've got some words. I took word power, my senior in high school. I was five years older than Catherine here. K Mak when she learned that word propensity, you ever use that word. I do occasionally. That's not a bad word. It's a great word. Yeah, but what was I saying that my parents did not have to be strict because I had a propensity for for c. those memory. I couldn't remember something acidy for just educating yourself for a thirst for learning. Now that's very difficult. That's difficult to do that. I didn't have that thirst. I had thirst four playing coleco vision or in television. These are things that were before you were born? They were like Atari remember Tory? Yeah, they were way before you would play that, and I'm not saying that a condescending way, but I realized that you're probably our youngest guests that I've had here and I didn't know you were that young because first of all, what says it in Wikipedia? I'm not giving anything away and do regret putting on Kapiti because a lot of friends of mine guys and girls don't wanna put their age out there because you know, you know, I didn't really have a choice. It just kind of happened. And I looked at the Kapito dammit, oh, majors, they're cool, but I don't mind. I'm one of those people that it is what it is, and I always going to be the age that I am, and that's never going to change. So I try and hide it. I try. You know, I was looking at women like Helen Mirren who have been in this industry forever and everybody knows what you see is what you get, and she's amazing. Yeah, see when you're amazing. It doesn't really matter. A lot of friends who you know, they even go in those dating apps. I have a friend sheera. I just made up her name. It's close to that, but I'm not gonna say name case anybody knows her, but she I, you know, I was on a dating app and I saw her picture come up and I, you know, obviously said yes, so I could mess with her. What are you up to later. And it's like your friends, you have to do if you run into a friend on a dating app, right? Yeah, but she said she's thirty one in like you're not thirty one. You're Rob's married, he's twenty eight. He's got a child and. He doesn't. He's never been on a dating app. Congratulations for having your life together. I think you right up because you've been with Natalie for one time. Yeah, we started dating eight years ago. The good thing about something like that is you're twenty eight. You've been dating eight years. You probably have no venereal disease. I hope not. No, it sounds like you've got your shit together robbed up, pretty good grades, but he was he was a depressed child or as his mother thought he was depressed right rub. Yeah, that's true. And she put you on antidepressants for a short period. Was I supposed to say anything about that? That's fine. Okay. You you seem like a happy joyful person..

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"coleco vision" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"coleco vision" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"To go to comic on but really just go to one panel paying for the entire time just to go to a panel there's to hear some of the people speak that are in a movie that's coming out wow there's too much stuff going on for me to wait in those lines anymore i'd rather walk the floor i like last year we were walking and ben affleck as miller and on the cast of justice league walked by so you get to see people out on the floor i mean it's pretty neat you get to see the game of thrones caches usually they're they're not going to be there this year but there's a lot of the big celebrity presence i've seen adam west before he passed away and all kinds of different celebrities there you really don't know what you're going to see it's it's it's an unbelievable experience all right well i can't do it that way because i just i'm in a conference but yeah it's called comecon that's what that conference not mine mr house night go to that well on thursday maybe i can get down there thursday conference all they face every sunday dinner operatives but yeah i have to get down there thursday nights i remember the input on that two or three years ago in front of the hilton bayfront they had every batmobile from every movie show and you didn't have to have a ticket you could just go walk up and look you walk behind the convention center there's all kinds of stuff going on i know two or three years ago they had a assassin's creed which is a video game i know you don't know now i don't know the video game and they haven't assassin's creed said on atari they had to start india back there and they had a decked out like assassins creed and they were shooting off cannons and stuff and it was it was pretty cool all right well is that enough geeking out here on whistle weekends overwhelmed right now and i love movies i'm just you know again i was a tari coleco vision player back in the eighties seventies by even know look it up like clico visions it's actually if you can get a vision it's actually pretty special to get google what year that was yeah nineteen eighty two i believe you'll find out it was before yeah i was born i was born eighty four yeah well that was donkey kong was a very that's that was clico visions gotcha claim to fame as they literally were able to get the trademark and utilize that game in that came with the system when you got the system you got donkey kong with it did you play like eight tracks too or did you like track and you actually add cartridge coleco vision was released in august nineteen eighty two that's the most inert gathering wow nostalgic to if you had one of those you could sell that in north park for a lot of money hipsters would love i'm telling you i'm disappointed my wife through my about twenty years ago so what movies they always have a movie that launches right around comic con what's launching this year amazon just came out beforehand but a teen titans go to the movies which is teen titans go as a cartoon my kids love it that's coming out soon but downtown is all decked out with avengers right now the one just came out in may and the next one comes out and may i believe next year was the one that just came out was that tied to the comic book 0 gauntlet i i don't like to admit my nerdy blind spots is what i call them but i haven't read all of the 0 got let but that's what it's tied to right yes so i collected you got how do you not know i know i know i collected one series of comic books my entire life and it was 0 gauntlet to find them because i think they're in my wars it was called 0 gauntlet garland yeah i like and i remember it had all the little stones yeah stuff so like i have a feeling that the value of my 0 gauntlet comic books week peaking right about now maybe with that movie coming out because it's become relevant again so i feel like i need to go back and find them and sell those i have a.

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"coleco vision" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"coleco vision" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"I guess you can get sale i think it's still going yeah wwe dot com they have some urge there to really we've got some other shirt what these hats are going to be in san francisco these hats are now with us for the summer we're going to have some of these hats are coming to san francisco some are going to be in la and then maybe it all in but what's what's the design here take that vince it's the nwf remember when nwea was wearing hats and they had those los angeles hats for rick flair and harley race nuno the no armstrong's the no no the other one ice cube hi cube doc dr from mtv wraps it's a classic nineties flavor flav yeah a class as with the the where the the name of the city would be in block and then the name of the team is in script so in these on these hats is a lot of you've already seen you've got we watch in in block and then you got a nice script wrestling the the and goal it does look like a hat easy would be wearing like it should say raiders all right i'm gonna break i'm gonna break mine in high school style at least do in high school with your gamecocks unit break the rim the bro not yeah the gamecocks style i like to bring it out and then you separate the backing from the felts of the hat yeah i'm going to throw it out yeah i like to keep the brim flip looks cool i remember that movie bruce willis when he was like a water cop water cop i remember he he had a boat with him he was like a fan vote cop oh sarah jessica parker may rowan's in roman rushing rollins and drew a hot tag on monday night raw yes or pay per view match if if you ever wanted to see one fun little tag i think did off is finally getting some do and that's very precarious thing to say because they have turned the water on and off of that guy i don't know how many times our bod pod what joe derosa i worked out man i worked say hey actually get over here man i just bought a new mega death record it sounds grantable render the show very funny guy jota rosa has an instagram account for his new podcast hard bod pod what's what is it hard underscore under hard underscore bod underscore pot workout tips if you wanna work out how to look like joe fit spo to read that's really bought a giant tube tv that i had to help him move into his apartment so he could play his coleco in in real that's what happens with people get money and they don't track down in rijn coleco vision from japan can't read the instructions i think extreme rules is gonna conflict with our next commentary assignment for suburban fight which is july fifteenth which is a sunday at the hi hat and highland park and dude they finally let the cat out of the motherfucking bag not only do we have those hot matches with rb allen joey danila brewing other monroe but now this time baby negative approach is playing that fucking show man one of the greatest hardware bands of all time he treats own really that ban listen you better be ready for john joseph because that's one intense dude should we john joseph john joe excuse me john brennan john brennan sorry brandon john brannon i'm nervous now that should we bring the equipment and you can we can do bonus audio of you talking to them i feel like i wanna seem like a mark brannon god cred brandon in my experience is a man of few words and i wonder if he really knows what's going on like i just wonder what john brain is actually reaction's going to be interesting these wrestling matches but my brother was a dj at catholic university a year semester whenever he went there and late eighties early nineties he interviewed the circle jerks after show once yeah in the way that they were sitting he was just sitting next to keep more so like every time he would ask a question he just put the mike and then keith immediately was furious he's why do you keep asking me questions while you talk to these fucking guys wouldn't keep more spe seven seconds no you're thinking of.

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"coleco vision" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"coleco vision" Discussed on TechStuff

"And and vehicles none of that was working out that's when an engineer named gun pay yokoi helped inject some life back into the business he created an extending arm he was working at nintendo in manufacturing plant and he took various pieces and he created essentially kind of a robotic arm or an extender like a grabber sort of thing and people saw it and thought well that's kinda neat you know what i think kids would really like that so the company decided to make a consumer version as a toy and intendo entered into the toymaking business and earnest and really the companies still considers itself to be a toy company by the late nineteen seventies nintendo had returned to a more stable place in the industry as as one of the few companies producing toys at that time in japan as computers and video game started to emerge nintendo gut into those as well and at first the company acted as a distributor for other products like the magnavox odyssey then the company began to produce arcade games like the legendary donkey kong for actual video game arcades not for home use following the arcade game success they began to make video game cartridges for various home systems like the atari twenty six hundred and then company executives decided it was time for nintendo to make a console of its very own instead of making games or other platforms but it was pretty bad timing all things considered because nintendo was just getting into developing a console as the market in the united states was headed toward a major collapse in the early nineteen eighties the us market was oversaturated with various consoles like you had the atari twenty six hundred the atari fifty two hundred the intelligence the coleco vision and tons more loss there were home computers that were coming out around the same time like the ti ninety nine slash for a the commodore.

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"coleco vision" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"coleco vision" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"On it in order to draw attention to the thing about the game that people liked and that's why they have you get the mushroom so early on in the first part of the first level and and so you get pulled into this idea of like ooh this is nice and they even like made made up goumas because they wanted the first enemy in the first level to be easier to kill because they wanted you to like learn right they wanted you to learn quickly and when i think about that kind of attitude about a game that game is designed around experiences of fun that people learn intuitively from playing it and then i go back and i think about like about the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy text venture game but also like tempest the old star wars game you know all those really hard vector graphics are k games even even stuff like dig dug or tapper or ice climber even little resident tenant but like it's just feels like video games made a transition in the mid eighties to be something that everybody could like that that you're your collection of games became less of a kind of badge of honor of the things you'd fought against and more a toy box of the things you could play with their brighter colors younger audiences it sort of feels like the child like the colors of the screens now this might just also be me being a solid for the time when i was a kid which was like a little bit later than playing coleco vision just like a little bit was my video game time so i have friends who had this stuff but it was strange to me and i didn't quite get it but this idea that all opens up and it becomes something that everybody gets to play and the movie ready player one is engaged witness everybody has an avatar you want to be a battle told you could be bowed towed you get to be gundem you get to be freaking ace attorney phoenix right yelling objection over becca godzilla whatever i don't know whether any pok mon i don't know i don't care but just the point being that.

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"coleco vision" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"coleco vision" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"Yeah but the other thing about thinking about basques of toys is that their accrued over time and also if you have siblings they accrue to more than one person so they represent a plurality of perspective both in terms of human beings are not the same tomorrow as they are today and also because it might not just be you and i do want to come back and mentioned that i think it's really important that the book ready player one is pre and intend to entertainment system i think is really important and even so even when you get all the way to the end of the book ready one they have a room where you see all of halliday's video game consoles and it's like his tandy and his connor sixty four is coleco vision so all of the ones from like nine hundred seventy five to nine hundred eighty two or all identified by name of up through and including the atari twenty six hundred and then it just goes several intendo consoles playstations xboxes and i just i just feel like if we're just going to say that this is a nostalgic work that's about video games we really should acknowledge that you know video games died in when atari died and they didn't come back until the nintendo brought them back and when super mario is out there it's just a fundamentally different sort of interaction with the medium that when you're playing like combat or or missile command or like in the books tempest you know or or pacman it's it's very different and it's it makes me think of something that i saw has sugar a motive saying interview that i saw on youtube recently which was he talked about well live is super mario what is the mushroom make mario grow the mushrooming super mario grow because they figured out from testing that people playing the game really liked the big mario the idea originally was that it was going to be big the whole time and people love that the character was so big and then they decided that because the character was so big that the people like the big character they would create a moment where the character became big and they would put the sound effect.

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"coleco vision" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"coleco vision" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Is is is another one is so we'll go down the other finals but we got some texts here from people talking about video games seven seven three area because of the only video game we ever had was pong and it was handed down to me from family friends who got an atari yeah we had pong back in the you know when it first happened his mid seventy s something like that seventy six seventy seven something like that we had pong and then we never really got anything else my friends had atari my friends had coleco vision anybody remember coleco vision that's that one had a great no that's the one not in television coleco vision was the hockey game that my friends and i were obsessed with my buddies had coleco vision and we loved the hockey game tom says on madden football they use chicken bones breaking to stimulate to simulate a hard hit mo my god chicken bones breaking to simulate a hard hit and then an ambulance would take the player away wow as relatives different play madden football no chicken bones breaking that's gotta be kinda creepy dan do you ever play madden yes yes i don't remember the chicken bones what an ambulance come out and you know i must have played a later version because i don't remember remember an ambulance or a chicken bones but yeah but yeah that one was really huge like in the football community i remember guys would be very upset because you would get your madden score rank you on a scale one hundred guys would be really upset seven by the way that's on the list as a finalist this year john madden football the nineteen ninety reboot by electric arts became a pop cultural phenomenon that has sold more than one hundred million copies that's a finalist for the hall of fame that should go in don't you think dan it's big game there are more people who know john madden because of the then people who know him as a coach broadcast yeah maybe it's a kind of a surprise that it's not in already because it's a pretty legendary game even i've know about that one seven hundred erico said for nintendo blades of steel.

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"coleco vision" Discussed on TechFan

TechFan

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"coleco vision" Discussed on TechFan

"The wrong on that one donnie ankle wrote in completely agree with tim about the phones being boring was thinking the exact same thing before listening to the podcast remember the teardrop mockups that were rumored to be the iphones years ago yet i love to see something like that just to mix it up some i just wanna see something in big lessons role yeah that that is right now it's right it's wrong it's wrong and he also wrote in he always wanted to click a vision growing up because that donkey kong might have to looking look into getting the flashback i don't remember my clico vision has the the flashback ones often don't have donkey call on because course bundy intendo up since it so if you won't if you wanna play coleco vision donkey kong you're going to have to look to the emulate says and the the search the web for room so michael on twitter wrote when the technology has become boring it's become reliable that's what we want microsoft has perfected the heart of exciting you never know when their products are going to work or when they're going to hit you hard with 'priority big stick in my opinion android programs looked at i o s and came up with oakland of a microsoft product i would disagree with his premise i don't think microsoft has ever perfected the heart of exciting ever i've never been exciting what he's saying is costing because you never know whether it's going to be any good by law i think that's the point on the mike i don't think that makes something exciting or not i it's you could that would be into the patient.

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