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TheGmodNugget

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  1. I don't really mean it to be abandonware sites or pirate sites. Something more like a game service but isn't dangerous in the sense that you could get malware, but instead a game that works, and doesn't require 500 steps to get the game working. IE patch it with this patch and download these drivers. Plus pirating something like an old Atari game I feel wouldn't really be considered by anyone as pirating. Its like a person pirating a beta-max or laserdisc. Something sorta like how Half Life 2 beta build community works or things like the internet archive. My idea is to have it be more fleshed out.
  2. Funnily enough my voice has matured a lot more where it has started to do a lot of voices. I'm sad to say though that my ability to get that tone is gone, but now sounds more like John Ratzenberger from the Pixar movies.
  3. I had a bit of an idea that involves taking all of the old games that don't get produced, distributed, sold, or even get noticed or care by the developer or publisher, and placing it on a community made and community run service. Sort of like Steam but without taking games off the storefront that are just old or don't get noticed, as well as not needing to really pay for them. The companies aren't making money off these old games anyway. Think of it like this. A company has all of their games that they have released. Think of those games as the materials used to make a pair of pants. Over time the company gets a new pair and they don't come with that material (the game that they got money off of). They don't care about it because A: its not making them money cause they aren't releasing it anymore, and B: They have new things that are making them money. This service could have games refitted for newer systems, updating the games to have new features like keyboard and mouse or controller settings. Let me know what you think and feel free to put ideas onto the current stuff. I feel like it's a good idea.
  4. Everyone I have spoken to says that when I do a Ross Scott, I SOUND like him. Here's a little sound-byte of my Ross WhyDo.zip
  5. A quirky little site that keeps all of the obscure and abandoned games. Stuff that can be found at hobby stores that usually have oddball old indies. Anything that wasn't mainly received well during release and are not being sold for the company anymore. I feel that The Shed Ware or just Shed Ware would be a good name for it. Emulation sites mainly focus on mainstream games, nothing crazy and out there. I think now is a good time for that. What do you guys think?
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