For those of you following the link from 1UP to Chrontendo: welcome to my little blog. Here's the lowdown. Chrontendo is in the process of examining every game released for the Famicom, Famicom Disk System and NES, in chronological order. This is being done through a series of overly detailed "videocasts," which normally cover 15 games per episode. All of these may be found to stream on download on the incredibly wonderful Archive.org.
We are currently up to Episode 33, which is covers July, 1988, and unlike some episodes, actually features some pretty damned good games (like Bionic Fucking Commando) See our last blog entry for all the details.
I've been told that the tone of Chrontendo is serious, reserved, and scholarly.* When originally planning Chrontendo, I wanted to go with concept that was very different from most of the popular video game themed series found online. So the videos do not contain any yelling or screaming or jumping around in front of the camera (in fact, I never appear on-camera at all, due to my being "hideously deformed," as my wife says.)
Should you decide to check out any of the Chrontendo videos, my only request is that you try to avoid Episode 2 (the one with the most downloads. I have absolutely no idea why.) The first few videos have terrible sound and voiceover work; I've already re-recorded the first episode, and am part way through recording an improved version of the second. It's far wiser to wait a week or so for the revised Episode 2.
Once again, thank you to the good folks at 1UP and all the loyal viewers of Chrontendo. Feel free to leave comments, as the regular commentors are all quite nice.
*Apparently looking stuff up on the Internet makes one a scholar nowadays.