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great share, I have always wondered how many great franchises in media are owned and literally sat on by big firms cause to use them is either too costly or the firm isn't inteesting in utilizing their fanbase... rampage and psyhunter... I never knew about the john singleton written game starting snoop dogg in production.
The question is what about revisiting fear and respect , in black games elite?
PHOTOS TO FEAR AND RESPECT:) the video game:)
interesting, you can connect to a cathode ray tube, very much for the international world. Starts at $40 . They use a faux nintendo shaped base for the system or ports, like an nes mini. They use a faux playstation controller.
the systems when you power it on,
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Far Cry the tears of hope - for fans of the game , here is a bande desinee
The Glenat and Ubisoft collection
The Designer Of The NES Dishes The Dirt On Nintendo's Early Days
Masayuki Uemura demonstrates a Famicom at Nintendo's Kyoto headquarters on July 1, 1985.
Photo: The Asahi Shimbun (Getty Images)
By Matt Alt 7/07/20 5:00PM
When discussing Nintendo’s rise as a digital dreamsmith in the ‘80s, game designers like Shigeru Miyamoto and Gunpei Yokoi get most of the limelight. But it was the hardware designed by Masayuki Uemura that served up their fantasies to millions around th
Hacking Nintendo Punch-Out To Control It With Actual Punches
By Ian Charnas November 17th, 2021
I recently adopted a kitten I found on the street, and every morning we play with the laser pointer. She gets a lot of fun and exercise out of this single-pixel video game, and it got me thinking I should make a video game where I get exercise too!
Fast forward 3 months and I’ve hacked a Nintendo Punch-Out boxing game so that you control it with actual punches instead of a control
Caleb KRaft is a great maker, this is a video with examples on how to aid gamers with disabilities.
The Controller Project
This site is a place where you can find documentation on how to modify game controllers for people with physical disabilities. Most of my mods have been used for assistance muscular dystrophy, but the library is an ongoing process and people may find the modifications and accessories helpful for other physical needs.
I will be adding other modifi
What's up fam of BGE
I was having a conversation early today with two young brothas talking bout video games..... One of these bros mentioned that he did not know one black female gamer. (Till he saw me rocking my RE2 GRAPHIC T-SHIRT) I'm like
We are out there but unfortunately we don't get the same recognition as the bro's. 😔
My questions to BGE..... How many black female gamers do you know personally....And Why the exclusion
From Mergirl Dunne of Black Games Elite
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Didn't know magnavox was bought out in 1974 , they were making versions of their game system until 1978. interesting.
Didn't know coleco meant the conneticut leather company:)
Photo information in 1977, magnavox/atari/coleco all USA based companies dominated the gaming market. A telling thing that all three corporations are gone.
in 1982, Atari was the distanced leader, while three other usa based makers , mattel had joined, aside japan's nintendo were all equal as second. Atar
I can't recall any video games made from a movie mostly involving black people. A black film I define as a film which is produced or financed, written, directed, and mostly acted by black people. Every other film where black actors are mostly utilized is a non black film that mostly involves black people, ala Black PAnther.
With definitions out of the way, will you want to see a Candy man video game? the way most black people love the horror genre, especially in the usa, plus the way most bl
Hello to the late readers,
Yes mind reading... In the year 2020, I said to myself, I will make a video game. It is not a hard task in all earnest. It is also not an easy task. The greatest challenge is... fun. Yes, the greatest challenge in making a video game is fun. When I was in college I made games few , excluding me, could master or have fun playing. I took the Will Wright masterclass on Video Game design. The best idea I garnered from it was the 365 game a day challenge. I thought to
BlackGamesElite is a online club which I started to do two thing
1. Have a community considering Black people, a human community based on the auniversally accepted phenotypical range of skin, in relation to all elements of the video game industry, from developers to culture to characters in games or any other factor in said industry.
2. To have fun:)
1. Have fun
2. All phenotypes are welcome, but if you can't handle Black empowerment, whether you be black or not,