Dream Room UK 2011 Marathon on YouTube!


If you missed my Dream Room UK 2011 livestream marathon from a few months ago, you could find it all on my livestream page, but now I have started uploading it to YouTube as well in 2 hour chunks with bits like me walking off to grab things cut out to save some time! The rest of it can be seen below!

6 comments:

Barry the Nomad said...

Awesome to see this uploaded! Always fun to do these, though now that we've been incorrectly pegged as raising money for charity, I now wonder how one goes about that. Would make for something a little different, plus I'd feel a bit better about sitting around all day.

Barry the Nomad said...

After a bit of asking around, I was directed to this handy site: http://www.chipin.com/

Caleb said...

Maybe next year you can do a marathon for a specific charity or something.

The Loading Ready Run guys do that Desert Bus for Hope thing every year so now it seems like everyone is doing video game marathons for charity.

Garry G. said...

Interesting, but can I just ask...

Were you talking to people on-line or reading text-chat?

As it was a little offputting to hear your anwers to questions I couldn't see/hear.

But still, interesting. I still play my DC and think I'll post a blog about it soon.

The GagaMan(n) said...

Yeah, there was a text chat going on. One of the disadvantages of watching recorded footage of livestreams I guess.

Rafael S Vasconcelos said...

Every year (for about 2years I guess...) I promise me that I'll watch the marathon, while I dream of the day that I'll finally get a Dreamcast, but for some reason or another (mostly time zone confusion...), I always miss it.
But now, after some years of wishing and dreaming, I'm finally buying a Dreamcast and think that it's the right to leave a comment on this blog, even though I visit it everyday for about 2 years...
I'm looking foward to 9/9/2012, my first Dreamcast anniversary with my own Dreamcast and the first Dream Room that I'll watch live, side-by-side with my little white dream box.
Greetings from Brazil.