I love the products this guy makes but his pricing seems to get more expensive for each release.
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Wow that's got "Retro shelf item" written all over it.
I love Data East games, They are also doing single game versions with Heavy Barrel, Caveman Ninja, Bad Dudes, karate Champ and my favourite Burgertime at $35 each. They dont seem to list the 30+ titles on the mini player which is a shame.
« on: April 17, 2018, 23:36:08 PM »
I've found some of the youtube self promotion content pretty decent but it should be kept to a single thread for each poster and that they should be encouraged to take part in the channel if they want to continue to post.
Decent decision from the admins tbh.
Sega need to follow the Nintendo route and build the interface and emulation themselves (or Licence it from Nintendo ). The problem is they don't have the hardware experience anymore unlike Nintendo and the benefits that brings - eshops, virtual consoles, OS's.
Secondly they have historically licenced their hardware to Atgames and Tektoy, I'm sure the little box will be made with that tech.
The other issue with a mini is the games included. Nintendo went to third parties to ensure big 3rd party titles appeared on their console. I hoping that Sega bring the best games that are rare and dificult to get hold of as well as the big hitters. (Licenced games wont be included due to licencing).
I still think a Dreamcast mini or Arcade Mini would of been better options due to fact that Megadrive hardware and games have been available in handheld and console form forever.
I'm glad i've read this thread. I'm a big fan of DK and interesting to see the various Youtube videos. What muddies the ground are the later remakes versus the originals - people often get misled what garbage some of the early versions were.
As original's conversions go I still think the Colecovision and the NES ones are my favorite. The Atari remake for the 2600 is stunning too and my favorite remake by a mile.
I'd seen most of them running in the past but the Amstrad version looked good. I'd like to try that version for real.
« on: April 12, 2018, 15:24:47 PM »
Found this nice pic of 16 Atari Jaguar ST Ports
Wow thats a huge amount of ST Ports. There must be $500 worth. I cant make out all the titles but Bubble Bobble,
Cybernoid 2, Solomons Key, Joust, Rtype would all be sweet to play on the Jag.
I always thought it's was a seriously handsome system. It's a shame Commodore didn't try and market the cd attachment to the A500 at the same time. The system would been far more viable having the existing a500 owners onboard. Still pretty enough to sit under any TV today.
...Some of the most difficult games for me are the R-Type, Gradius, and Thunder Force style shoot-'em-ups. ...
Ive got the 2nd Rtype HUCard and its a waste of time (imho) without using a code from completing the first part.
I have done level 4 but its tough on most of the conversions and the arcade original. Whenever I play a highscore challenge I can usually get to that level without any fuss then its a game of attrition to beat it.
Alot of shooters are nearly impossible later on one you loose your power ups or you die in the wrong place. I'm looking at the Gradius series especially.
« on: September 10, 2017, 13:02:49 PM »
please exercise extreme caution when using the Product and make sure there is fire extinguishment equipment nearby.
Lol. Pretty sure they would need to clarify what type of fire extinguisher they would need to use.
A lot of money for an "Anniversary" edition tbh.
I can't understand the pre-orders being this late and seemingly understocked.
Ive got two UK pre-orders from two months ago that have already been paid for, the second one is insurance against not getting the first. Ive already offered it to a mate at cost.
Nintendo know people will re-buy old games multiple times (I'm certainly guilty of this), I don't understand the stock shortages - If the US wants 3m mini Snes's make 3 million mini Snes's.
« on: August 18, 2017, 23:22:19 PM »
After tidying my game room/office I've played loads of Colecovision which I loved followed by Master System. New Zealand Story, Rainbow Islands and Ghosts and Ghouls are all great conversions. GNG's difficulty setting is slightly lower than most ports which makes the game more playable in my opinion. Finally got my arcade cabs ready in my extension by putting the on some carpeting. I then went and played Lady Bug, Burger Time and Mr Do on my 60 in 1 jamma board no doubt related to the Colecovision earlier on I the week.