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SHMUP-bot posted a video in SHMUP MasterSHMUP Master End of the Year Update: In this video I ramble on about my future plans for SHMUP Master. I discuss the games I've been working on which include the SNES scroller HyperZone and the Capcom 1988 shooter Forgotten Worlds and it's litany of ports.
SHMUP-bot posted a video in SHMUP MasterMy first VLOG episode for SHMUP Master! I will apologize in advance for my lack of energy (and the bead of sweat that kept appearing above my lip), I had gotten food poisoning the night prior and was not feeling particularly great. But the show must go on! I was also working out kinks in my lighting and as a result, the color temperature fluctuated a bit, hopefully it wasn't too distracting. In this inaugural episode I talk about my goals with SHMUP Master in 2018 (there are a lot), give some shout outs and layout the law for what I want this channel to be going forward. Feedback is always welcome and I'd LOVE some suggestions as to what people think of the ideas for this year and what games I should cover.
SHMUP-bot posted a video in SHMUP MasterEpisode 3 of my SHMUP Master VLOG is the most personal video I have done. I decided to not only talk about my upcoming projects and shout outs, but to also fill you in on what's been going on in my world lately. Things have been rough for me on an emotional level as of late, so I figured I'd have some fun with that theme. I hope everyone enjoys!
SHMUP-bot posted a video in SHMUP MasterIn my second VLOG episode, I do a few quick shout outs and updates followed by... THE GAME ROOM! Granted, it's not anywhere near the insanity of a lot of these guys you see on YouTube with their wall to wall game collections. Mine is a bit more modest... Shall we say, quality over quantity perhaps? From my decent sized collection of Sega Genesis games, to my modest collection of NES and SNES carts, to my console graveyard, it's all here and in plain view. Complete with loads of cat hair and in beautiful 4k. Old beat up video games never looked so good! Special thanks to T-Rex Space Station for the SHMUP challenge and for creating some great gaming vids.