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Turbo Everdrive Review

 

 

Turbo Everdrive Product Review by Doug Titchmarsh (dougtitchmarsh)

Having tried the PC Engine / TurboGrafx on an emulator I wanted the actual hardware to play on. Ebay came up trumps where you can still pick up new and boxed systems. The next big problem is which games to buy, the TurboGrafx system is locked by region so you have to be careful which area to buy from.

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ZX Spectrum Vega Review

ZX Spectrum Vega Console Review by Jamie Battison (zapiy)

The Sinclair Vega was developed after a successful Indiegogo campaign which raised a staggering £150K. Soon after the Indiegogo campaign, SMS Electronics was chosen as the company to build and bring the console to market. One thing to bear in mind is that the Vega has been developed with the full blessing of Sir Clive Sinclair and that, in itself, gives the console a huge "must-have" appeal - to me at least.

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DivMMC EnJOY! - Review

DivMMC EnJOY! Product Review by Jamie Battison (zapiy)

Over the last few years more and more flashcard solutions are being created for all our digital gaming needs on our retro systems. The Spectrum has not been left behind in this department. The latest to fly through my letterbox is the DIVMMC from Ben Versteeg of ByteDelight.com. The basic premise of these things is to create and combine an IDE Interface and a flash memory card to enable superfast loading times of all your favourite games and storage of in some cases 1000’s of games on one memory device.

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