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It Came From The Collection #7: Prince of Persia Warrior Within Pre-Order Artbook

 

EPISODE 07: Prince of Persia Warrior Within Pre-Order Artbook
If you were on board for the Prince’s darker, more emo turn, then this 2004 pre-order artbook is right up your alley. Let’s take a 4K look at some concept art and reminisce about the early-2000’s PC boxart unification (with special appearances by Half-Life 2 and Tribes Vengeance).

✨ About the Show 
In hopes of bringing something a little more unique to YouTube I started ‘It Came From The Collection‘ to chronicle the gaming ephemera I’ve amassed over the years: flyers and pamphlets, pre-order tchotchkes, toys, posters, and all kinds of marketing paperwork. Follow the series on my channel and check out more of my collection on Instagram.

It Came From The Collection #6: Nintendo Wii Light up Target Giftcard + Teardown


EPISODE 06: Nintendo Wii Light up Target Giftcard + Teardown
I’ve had this Target giftcard since 2006 but it stopped lighting up several years ago. Looks like it’s time to tear it down and see what makes it tick… err, glow!

✨ About the Show 
In hopes of bringing something a little more unique to YouTube I started ‘It Came From The Collection‘ to chronicle the gaming ephemera I’ve amassed over the years: flyers and pamphlets, pre-order tchotchkes, toys, posters, and all kinds of marketing paperwork. Follow the series on my channel and check out more of my collection on Instagram.

It Came From The Collection #5: The Whole Spin on Sega CD Pamphlet (1992)


EPISODE 5: The Whole Spin on Sega CD Pamphlet (1992)

Want to READ about what makes the Sega CD so rad? Who needs screenshots or even marketing artwork when you’ve got prose!? It’s interstellar hyperbole in a pocket-sized pamphlet on this episode of It Came From The Collection.

✨ About the Show 
In hopes of bringing something a little more unique to YouTube I started ‘It Came From The Collection‘ to chronicle the gaming ephemera I’ve amassed over the years: flyers and pamphlets, pre-order tchotchkes, toys, posters, and all kinds of marketing paperwork. Follow the series on my channel and check out more of my collection on Instagram.

It Came From The Collection returns with more old Game Stuff!

It Came From The Collection returns with more old Game Stuff!

It Came From The Collection is back and better than ever, relaunched on its very own YouTube channel! I was in the midst of launching this new series when my personal YouTube channel was deleted so let me give you the pitch one more time.

In hopes of bringing something a little more unique to YouTube I started the series to chronicle the gaming ephemera I’ve amassed over the years: flyers and pamphlets, pre-order tchotchkes, toys, posters, and all kinds of marketing paperwork. New episodes will go up every Tuesday and are now filmed in dazzling 4K since I discovered that my phone camera can do that.

But wait, now there’s even more! Grab your cereal and action figures because Saturday mornings mean It Came From The Collection -TV- ! All of my old archival commercials, promos, and infomercials now live on the new channel. And since I had to reupload everything I’ve taken the time to remaster them and render them in 1080p. They look and sound better than ever and it all starts with the classic Battletanx “Snuggle Bear” commercial for the Nintendo 64.


Since everything was blown away I’m starting at ground zero here with no subscribers. If you’d be kind enough to
subscribe I promise you’ll see some of the rarest gaming stuff on YouTube. Thanks for taking a look!

Oops! My YouTube Channel might be gone for good

Oops! My YouTube Channel might be gone for good

If you were the kind of person to keep up with GameLuv on even a semi-regular basis, you might have noticed some disgusting gray YouTube thumbnails popping up across the site. Unfortunately, my YouTube account which I’ve had since 2006 has been terminated and it took nearly 2,000 videos down with it. How’d it happen? I’m still hopeful it’s a case of mistaken identity.

Last year my separate Delisted Games YouTube channel got hit with an infringement claim and was terminated. I then created a new, also separate account linked to my main YouTube channel to start rebuilding. After some time the sub-channel was logged out of my main account. I assume it was for security reasons because I hadn’t switched over to it for a few months and when I went to reconnect it a few weeks ago it must’ve tipped off the YouTube algorithm.

Possibly because both channels were named “Delisted Games”, the bot mismatched my totally-legit and still-active Delisted channel with the one that was banished in 2017. That kind of behavior is apparently a no-no in the YouTube EULA and so it dragged my main account down with it. That was a frantic and frightening thing to discover on a random Wednesday evening.

It’s been nearly a week since I sent YouTube my carefully measured appeal and I’m hoping the channel will be reinstated sometime soon. If not, the appeals will continue. If that still doesn’t work, well, I’ve got a lot of re-uploading to do… somewhere. DTube maybe? Until this shakes out please forgiven the gross gray thumbnails littering the site, and if you’d like to help me rebuild, follow along on the new Delisted channel. Even if I get my original channel back I’ll be actively using that one from now on for delisted work. I think a little decentralization is in order so 100% of my efforts aren’t totally lost again.