The twelfth of May has come and gone, and none of the Vega+ consoles have been sent out. Apparently not one person has even been contacted about their shipping address to send them out to!
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Messages - Spector
Here's the latest excuse for the delays:
Firstly, many thanks for all the lovely messages and offers of support. We are a little bit overwhelmed and feeling the "Speccy" Love - keep it coming we appreciate it.
We are working our way through a few last minute obstacles, but we still plan to get the very first units out by the 12th as promised.
Also a games list has been "leaked" - this is NOT the final list, and it contains some games we removed many months ago. Because of this we have put back the release of the final list.
We are also fixing the Roll of Honour and updating the name changes you have requested. It is taking a little longer than expected but we will get to you.
Back again tomorrow.
Happy Sunny Wednesday.
— Retro Computers Ltd
I never liked the game, was not into those early 3D games, plus I played it on the Amiga, which was nearly unplayable, very slow. But for that time, the game was stunning, pun intended.
The very early 3D perspective games have an interest, though I get why people today won't want to touch the Spectrum version of Hard Drivin', for example. I admit I still like to play it every so often, especially now I can load it instantly using an emulator or one of the flash card devices currently available. Stunt Car Racer is the best of the 3D racers back then IMO. A game like Driller though - which got 97% in Crash (!) - is just too darn slow.
« on: March 10, 2018, 18:57:56 PM »
Would you fancy doing us a review fella?
Yeah I'll do you a review if you like. Send me a pm if you want and let me know how you want me to do it ie rough word count etc
« on: March 09, 2018, 22:01:27 PM »
I've got one set up right now... and it rocks the house!
I got the Pac-Man Collection cart for the Colecovision and it was brilliant from the packaging to the cart and game itself. Maybe my single best buy in retro, but I did wonder how he was able to do it, getting all those licences and everything. Finally it seems, it's all coming to an end, in terms of presentation anyway.