From what I've seen, they run about $150.
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« on: September 20, 2020, 19:51:16 PM »
That's too bad. This is a nice update that is faithful to the original. It's not finished yet but, what is done, is really good.
I just learned about this controller on the Jenovi video about the 32X and thought I'd try to find out more about it. I found these videos that talk review it and thought I'd share them.
The XE-1AP Digital Intelligent Controller System is an analog controller released by Dempa Micom Soft in 1989 for the Sega Mega Drive, only in Japan. Despite this, several U.S. released games do support the controller, at least ten in total. The controller was also compatible with the Sharp X68000, FM Towns, FM Towns Marty, NEC PC-9801, and MSX computers.
Back in 2012 David Crane, one of the Activision founders and known as the creator of Pitfall! and many other classic videogames, developed plans to bring a new game called Jungle Adventure to PCs, Macs, Linux and the OUYA console. This would have been an updated 2.5-D version of Pitfall! with modern graphics and new challenges, including an alien spaceship hidden at the lowest levels of the cavern, complete with high-tech booby traps. The Kickstarter campaign was launched on August 11, 2012 at the Classic Gaming Expo in Las Vegas but ultimately failed to reach its funding goal. This video is the original launch presentation, including some early art work and other collateral. The other two gentlemen in the video are John vanSuchtelen (Nickelodeon/Viacom) and David Bergantino (THQ, Disney etc.).
AA member MCP90 has released a new hombrew for the 2600 that is still a WIP called Shadow Reflex. The goal is simple: get as many points as you can before getting destroyed by the drone.
« on: September 19, 2020, 16:15:31 PM »
Luke's Software and Design has created a fan remake of Rescue on Fractalus, the classic game developed by Lucasfilm Games originally released on Atari, Commodore 64 and other platforms in 1984. This remake is still in development so many features are yet to be implemented. Check it out...
Video 61 is working on their next Atari 8-Bit release called Ice Cream Ike. The game should be ready for the Holiday Season and may even come for the Atari 5200. Check the video below...
Retro News & Chat / Re: The History of Sega's Time Traveler - the world's first holographic arcade game« on: September 18, 2020, 04:14:31 AM »
I don't think I had ever seen this game before. That was very creative and really cool!
« on: September 17, 2020, 12:00:35 PM »
If anyone is interested, both of these games are now available CIB from Good Deal Games.