Radar wrote:The one thing this exercise has taught me so far is I need to invest now in getting more monitors/TVs for the collection if I want to have more systems hooked up for display.
And that you can never find a unquiet PSU/cable that you put somewhere "special".
tezza wrote:Radar, will there be any press/TV coverage for this show?
Radar wrote:Yes I believe so, there is a "media only" day on the Friday and more and more coverage of the event is appearing in the news.
They announced yesterday that KimDotCom would be attending on the Sunday and taking on 100 people one on one at "Modern Warfare 3" for charity.
Radar wrote:PC wise my sole system will be an Amstrad Mega PC (probably running old DOS games - have Links 386 Pro currently running on it for some old school digitized speech love)
kevman3d wrote:Yup - I'll be there. Apparently our school has a stand, so it may be I'm there handing out brochures for most the day (if I volunteer that is)... We'll see - I'm keen on catching the Historical stuff...
YetiSeti wrote:Radar wrote:PC wise my sole system will be an Amstrad Mega PC (probably running old DOS games - have Links 386 Pro currently running on it for some old school digitized speech love)
Surely you jest? With an Amstrad Mega PC you have to be showing off Sega Mega Drive games. Perhaps games that have both a PC and a Sega version for comparison. California Games, Mortal Kombat, etc etc etc The trick would be to find a game that was as good on the PC as the Mega Drive, although a contrast of how bad (some) PC versions were as well would be interesting to show off.
YetiSeti wrote:I just booked my flight tickets last night from Dunedin (although haven't pre-registered for anything or bought event tickets yet). I'm more keen to look around from an event structure and organisation perspective and hopefully get to talk to a few people involved and take some ideas away.
What school and stand are you running?
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest