This week sees two episodes of NO FILTER released... one for the 2600 and Millipede & Crystal Castles from 1984, and the other from N64's heydey in 1999, with Hot Wheels Turbo Racing. Check em out! #vintagegaming #atari2600 #n64 #nintendo #youtube
My first Atari 2600 'homebrew game' review is "Mean Santa" by John K. Harvey and Tim Duarte. It was released on December 2009 via the Atari 2600 Connection website.
The Evercade portable gaming system by Blaze is a phenomenal piece of tech for your vintage video game enthusiast. Enjoy my 'one year on' review! -BB
The Microsoft Surface Duo is a first gen device, for sure, but how did it fare after 6 months of day to day use? Find out in my review!
Little Bear on the web Review by Brian Bolding © 2019 Pop Art Trash Productions *** "Little Bear: Fine Coffee & Stuff" is located in the northeast heights in Albuquerque, New Mexico, about a mile from my home, at 2632 Pennsylvania Avenue. This is my personal review, no one else's, and if you have a... Continue Reading →
So I was lucky enough to be able to trade in my iPhone XR yesterday through my carrier (T-Mobile) for the new iPhone 11. Why bother, you might ask? Well, a few things have stood out to me. As an owner of the Apple iPhone XR for a year, I really didn't see the value... Continue Reading →
Hey, universe. Just an update. (I'm pissed at you, by the way. I told a co-worker earlier... "The Universe is on my shit list! I don't like how it's behaving and it can go screw itself!" So.. since Dad died... I've noticed that I've been withdrawing from society and I've begun to slowly seperate myself... Continue Reading →
The original Microsoft Surface Laptop debuted about a year ago, to a significant burst of YouTube reviews and fanfare. The device was particularly well received because of it's all-around good specs, it's revolutionary fuzzy Alcantara keyboard, it's amazing screen... even though the device was missing something everyone was wondering about: a USB C port. Instead,... Continue Reading →
So, I heard this artist today on my Spotify curated personal playlist. This haunting, almost mystic voice followed me around my house. A sincere mixture of loneliness, love, happiness, intense emotion and realness. I had to glance at my Spotify. The artist's name was Shannon Lay and the song was called "Recording 15." The album... Continue Reading →