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Gaming Videos
I have not made many. In fact, there are just three presently available online. You know, disk space, bandwidth usage constraints, etc. And I also cannot claim to very good at them, having just made four (one was just an extended version of another and it is no longer available). But, for what they're worth, here they are.

Multiple Game Reel - "A Gaming Odyssey"
This is a video that highlights a bunch of games for no apparent reason at all other than the fact that I just wanted to do it. The title, "A Gaming Odyssey," is there only because I had to have one and I could not think of anything else. I'm not even sure that it makes any sense! At any rate, this one chimes in at just under 3 minutes and 30 MB, so fire up that broadband connection and get to downloading.

A Gaming Odyssey

Halo 2 Multiplayer
This is a video I made after an afternoon playing Halo 2 online over Xbox Live. Halo 2, released in 2004, is a first person shooter developed by Bungie and published by Microsoft. It is also a hugely successful follow-up to (wait for it) Halo: Combat Evolved that launched with the Xbox in 2001. This video focuses on the online multiplayer component. Again, a broadband connection and Windows Media Player 9 (or better) are recommended.

Halo 2 Online

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
This is the first video I did, based around the light side track through the game. Knights of the Old Republic (KOTOR for short) is an RPG developed by BioWare and published by LucasArts, available for Xbox and PC. It is actually my favorite game in my collection, and this video comes in at seven minutes long, so a broadband connection is certainly recommended unless you have a few hours to kill while downloading. Also, you will need Windows Media Player, preferrably version 9 or better.

KOTOR Tribute
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I'm Anthony Pegram. This site is a place where I can talk about things that interest me in music, video games, programming, and other parts of life. It's also a place where I test the latest and greatest in programming technology. Thanks for stopping by.