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Hardcore Windows 95, Day Three
Go to 4:07 if you just want to go straight to the part where I start playing Quake.
Today, I'm falling back to more familiar grounds where all the home users would be raving over. I'll play Quake on the same Packard Bell computer I used to demonstrate the network client startup disk. A single Voodoo2 8MB video accelerator is installed, which accompanies the Cirrus Logic 5464 PCI video card. After a rather long hiatus from playing first person shooters at all (this happens to me a lot), I decided to see how far I could get in this game on the nightmare skill level in one life. Needless to say, it ended horribly.

Once again, I am a day late to post another video. As such, I will stop guaranteeing that I will post the rest of the (yet to be created) videos on a daily basis. I've been feeling quite sleepy these past few days, and my sleeping schedule is out of order once again. Part of the reason for me being late to upload this video is how long it took to encode this video, which was well over four hours.

Originally uploaded to YouTube on August 25, 2015
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