The intentions of the large and multimillion-dollar companies related to the digital sector and the Internet to erase with a stroke of the pen part of the history that has been built in recent decades and that occupies a place in that virtual space are no secret to anyone. Unused account, deleted account (with all its content), will become a maximum in the coming years and of course this puts the history of video games in check but, as always, the community is ready to face it.
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NoClip will preserve audiovisual material related to video games
Those responsible for NoClip, specialized in high-quality documentaries and informative value on video game development, announced their new initiative that will take place on a YouTube channel. According to the information, it is an act of preservation focused on all the audiovisual material that has been created around gaming for decades, including commercials, interviews, video archives, material that accounts for development processes that will be available. on the NoClip Game History Archive channel.
If you’re interested in game history / preservation you may want to follow our new channel. We’ll be announcing the massive scope of this project soon but a lot of interesting stuff is going to appear on this channel next month… https://t.co/xuxT7gMS9z
— Noclip (@noclipvideo) May 27, 2023
So far, the NoClip Game History Archive channel has few videos, one of them is the Tokyo Game Show 2000 trailer where Anubis: Zone of the Enders was presented. In case you don’t know, platforms like YouTube have a lot of audiovisual material related to gaming, but there are cases in which it was uploaded more than 10 years ago and the accounts have been inactive for a long time, so they are at risk of being deleted. at any time by orders of Google.
In this way, NoClip seeks to preserve an audiovisual part of the history of video games, something that simply does not exist for companies and that remains in the hands of the community.
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