billyhoush's forum posts

#1 Edited by billyhoush (1244 posts) -

All you have to do is take the history of film production and apply it to gaming.

#2 Posted by billyhoush (1244 posts) -

It's just the latest social media trend from the bay area which is full of delusional people riding the bubble.

#4 Posted by billyhoush (1244 posts) -

I never played 7 so yes

#5 Posted by billyhoush (1244 posts) -

I'm continually impressed by Austin's ability to write about this stuff without coming off as a trust fund having whiney hipster douche unlike 95%+ of games press who tries to write about it.

I agree. Most writers are the white privilege who move to the bay area. There are a few good unicorns left but they are all bitter and waiting for the bubble to burst so everyone fucks off to Texas.

Austin is the right hire at the right time. He's an academic and an academic who did his studies abroad. He's an "other" which makes up a large percentage of gamers. This is the voice a lot of us have been waiting for.

#6 Posted by billyhoush (1244 posts) -

I hope this isn't a Twilight Princess scenario. Going to be playing this on my future Nintendo Phablet.

#7 Edited by billyhoush (1244 posts) -

T Hawk 2

#8 Posted by billyhoush (1244 posts) -

I use a XRGB-mini Framemeister with a D5 to component connector but that's pretty expensive unless you are insane and have messed up priorities like me.

#9 Posted by billyhoush (1244 posts) -

Yes. I play NES and Genesis quite a bit. I even film teaching my dad how to play older games. I'm not a huge fan of emulation but sometimes I do use programs like open emu with a DS4 or a wii remote.

Here's a video of me teaching my dad how to play Duck Hunt:

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#10 Posted by billyhoush (1244 posts) -

In my bedroom: PS4, Wii U, and PS3.

In my office: Famicom, Sega Genesis, PS2, NTSC-J Xbox, NTSC-J Xbox 360, and N64 all through XRGB-mini.