@btbfilms76:Trust me, i mean every word i saw.
I know my..ahem, style of feedback is not to everyones taste and whilst i can appreciate that and it ruffles a few feathers from time to time from editors who think i'm making their magazines look bad, it's plain and simple honest, open feedback.
In their cases i've paid for a professional publication and thus expect professional, well researched articles, written with no personal bias and unrealistic claims etc.
Reason i mention the above, is quite simply because i'm finding the content and perhaps even more so, the approach i'm looking for, from your goodself and these videos these days, rather than mainstream press.
You do indeed as you say 'Keep It Real' and for myself, that's really the only way to approach looking at any platform or game on it.
Nothing is gods own creation in terms of hardware design, let alone how designers, artists, coders etc used it.
Having an Atari badge on it doesn't render it any better or worse than 1 bearing a Sega, Sony, Nintendo, MS etc brand.
Again because your covering the games YOU fondly or even not so fondly :-) remember from your era, it comes across far more 'real' than someone doing something based on a game or platform they aren't overly familar with, but have been asked to cover as site/magazine needs a piece doing or they've pitched as it's an obscure system that they can get another few bob from reporting on, no real interest in as such, just something else to add to a C.V, cheques in post etc :-)
I love your vids because you do not shy away from the fact that as superb as the Lynx hardware was, by it's very nature it's a handheld, so your going to be faced with issue of small (low resolution) screen, very limited control options, limited battery life etc and that's going to cause major headaches trying to bring coin-ops with custom control methods and which relied on the 'awe' factor to draw in the crowds, to a handheld and that Atari, needing big names, went after games that were A)A little long in the tooth/already avaiable on other Atari systems and B)Not ideally suited to handheld play to start.
Please, keep doing what your doing, it's fantastic.