Over the past couple of months, I’ve been debating whether or not to keep this site intact. The problem is I created a new site that is similar to this one but with additional themes of health and what you can do in the state of Colorado. Because some of the content is so closely related, I decided to begin moving GalaxyGamers.net to ColoradoPlays.com.
Currently, there is a bit of news spinning around the Internet how Microsoft has ended manufacturing of the Xbox Kinect. However, I am unable to find any legitimate sources that prove this idea. You’d think with how popular the Kinect was back in 2011 that Microsoft would have some kind of statement easily accessible on their website.
In a recent article, I wrote about how to create a gaming video from XSplit Broadcaster for YouTube. Since then, the software has had a few adjustments. Today, I am going to cover a bit about how to make a quick YouTube video from Broadcaster. This doesn’t include adding the game capture, though.
Recently, I helped someone clean out storage and received a couple of original Nintendo systems for my trouble. Since I am all about throwback gaming and love to delve into 1980s tech, I was pretty excited. I had a few games left over from when I operated the computer shop a few years ago and was looking forward to some Mario Bros with the wife. Yes, it was everything I thought it could be and more.
I am often amazed by how fast technology has developed over the decades. I’m not surprised, but it’s incredible to witness the evolution of gaming devices and capabilities. I am fortunate enough to experience the evolution of systems since 1980, something that more and more gamers may never truly appreciate until they hit 40. Today, I remember back to the days of the Commodore 64 and the stupid amount of hours that I spent hammering away at its keys.