The Video Game Project is creating documentary style episodes about video game prototypes
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About The Video Game Project:

A digital museum with aspirations of finding a physical location in the future, The Video Game Project is aimed at anyone with an interest in the history of video games, their development and has ever wondered what could have been? Prototypes, debugs and all the changes games and consoles go through while being developed need to be championed as much as the final products we all grew up with and loved. thevideogameproject.com was setup as a way of ensuring all these revisions, no matter how minute, would not be forgotten. 

The website was born from a love of all things video game related, but most importantly a deep respect for the history of their development. Late nights, early mornings, all nighters. I've been there! I've seen products launched, others evolve into something else and sadly a few cancelled to ultimately become lost in the concept graveyard of time. It's The Video Game Project's mission to ensure that nothing be abandoned. Video games and their development history need to be preserved.

If in depth information about game and console development, interviews with those involved, photos and all the latest episodes of The Video Game Project web series is something that interests you in, then don't hesitate to check out thevideogameproject.com. Due to the sheer enormity of content available, it is constantly evolving!

About The Web Series:

The Video Game Project series takes a closer look at a game / consoles development, differences (if any) a prototype may have compared to it's released version and often information about particular games and consoles that wouldn't always be expressly known by the general public.

Some topics previously covered include:

- A very special Super Mario Mart SNES Prototype
- A Talespin Disney Afternoon Capcom Play Tour Prototype
- A Turtles In Time SNES Prototype
- A Sylvester and Tweety Game Boy Prototype
- A V-Rally PS1 Press Kit

There are always several new episodes in the works!

Why Patreon?

From the start it's worth acknowledging that The Video Game Project and all it's efforts of video game preservation will continue regardless of Patreon. It's something to be passionate about and that will never change. The site and it's contents will continue to be regularly updated. Patreon is simply a way for fans to show their support, earn rewards while doing so and help establish a foundation for The Video Game Projects future. Everything contributed / donated via Patreon will go back into The Video Game Project,  purchasing more tools and parts for future preservation, equipment for creating future episodes and as always ensuring the correct storage of future items as well as those already owned.

A physical location to display everything and preserve it for future gamers is the eventual goal but until then.... backing up, scanning, documenting and creating future episodes will remain the immediate focus.

If this appeals to you and you'd like to be a part of a wonderful video game history loving community we'd love to have you. If not, thanks so much for stopping by and don't forget to check out thevideogameproject.com and all our social media accounts for all the regular updates. 
Tiers
Support the Channel
$2 or more per month


  • Early access to upcoming episodes 
  • Virtual Hugs
  • Access  to patron-only posts 


Join The Discord
$5 or more per month

 

Everything in the previous tier, plus...


  • Send in your questions for my monthly Q&A
  • Get your name SHOWN at the end of all episodes
  • Exclusive access to The Video Game Project  Discord Server
Time For A Chat
$10 or more per month

 

Everything in the previous tiers, plus...


  • Exclusive access to The Video Game Project group chat
  • Help decide what prototype(s) should be featured in upcoming episodes
Lets Hang Out
$25 or more per month

 

Everything in the previous tiers, plus...


  • Exclusive access to an informal monthly hangout / roundtable
  • Access to behind the scenes information (that doesn't always make it into the episodes)
One On One
$50 or more per month

 

Everything in the previous tiers, plus...


  • Exclusive monthly 45 minute one on one video chat, where we can talk about anything you'd like!
About The Video Game Project:

A digital museum with aspirations of finding a physical location in the future, The Video Game Project is aimed at anyone with an interest in the history of video games, their development and has ever wondered what could have been? Prototypes, debugs and all the changes games and consoles go through while being developed need to be championed as much as the final products we all grew up with and loved. thevideogameproject.com was setup as a way of ensuring all these revisions, no matter how minute, would not be forgotten. 

The website was born from a love of all things video game related, but most importantly a deep respect for the history of their development. Late nights, early mornings, all nighters. I've been there! I've seen products launched, others evolve into something else and sadly a few cancelled to ultimately become lost in the concept graveyard of time. It's The Video Game Project's mission to ensure that nothing be abandoned. Video games and their development history need to be preserved.

If in depth information about game and console development, interviews with those involved, photos and all the latest episodes of The Video Game Project web series is something that interests you in, then don't hesitate to check out thevideogameproject.com. Due to the sheer enormity of content available, it is constantly evolving!

About The Web Series:

The Video Game Project series takes a closer look at a game / consoles development, differences (if any) a prototype may have compared to it's released version and often information about particular games and consoles that wouldn't always be expressly known by the general public.

Some topics previously covered include:

- A very special Super Mario Mart SNES Prototype
- A Talespin Disney Afternoon Capcom Play Tour Prototype
- A Turtles In Time SNES Prototype
- A Sylvester and Tweety Game Boy Prototype
- A V-Rally PS1 Press Kit

There are always several new episodes in the works!

Why Patreon?

From the start it's worth acknowledging that The Video Game Project and all it's efforts of video game preservation will continue regardless of Patreon. It's something to be passionate about and that will never change. The site and it's contents will continue to be regularly updated. Patreon is simply a way for fans to show their support, earn rewards while doing so and help establish a foundation for The Video Game Projects future. Everything contributed / donated via Patreon will go back into The Video Game Project,  purchasing more tools and parts for future preservation, equipment for creating future episodes and as always ensuring the correct storage of future items as well as those already owned.

A physical location to display everything and preserve it for future gamers is the eventual goal but until then.... backing up, scanning, documenting and creating future episodes will remain the immediate focus.

If this appeals to you and you'd like to be a part of a wonderful video game history loving community we'd love to have you. If not, thanks so much for stopping by and don't forget to check out thevideogameproject.com and all our social media accounts for all the regular updates. 

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Tiers
Support the Channel
$2 or more per month


  • Early access to upcoming episodes 
  • Virtual Hugs
  • Access  to patron-only posts 


Join The Discord
$5 or more per month

 

Everything in the previous tier, plus...


  • Send in your questions for my monthly Q&A
  • Get your name SHOWN at the end of all episodes
  • Exclusive access to The Video Game Project  Discord Server
Time For A Chat
$10 or more per month

 

Everything in the previous tiers, plus...


  • Exclusive access to The Video Game Project group chat
  • Help decide what prototype(s) should be featured in upcoming episodes
Lets Hang Out
$25 or more per month

 

Everything in the previous tiers, plus...


  • Exclusive access to an informal monthly hangout / roundtable
  • Access to behind the scenes information (that doesn't always make it into the episodes)
One On One
$50 or more per month

 

Everything in the previous tiers, plus...


  • Exclusive monthly 45 minute one on one video chat, where we can talk about anything you'd like!