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  1. new666uk

    C64 ownership at last - psu question

    Didn't know that - I was hoping to use a RetroDC Powered PSU for when I finally get a Speccy.
  2. I have much love for Ghostbusters. Not so much for the sequel or anything that followed. I've love to see the old team back together but that's the issue isn't it - the actors are all too old (or actual ghosts already) to realistically revive their characters. Best we can hope for is a sympathetic handover movie with some cameo's from the old days and a new breed taking over the mantle. Indifferent to the genders, but I there needed to be some level of realism to ground the story. Ramis and Ackroyd provided that well - I could see their characters as academics who got lucky and managed to commercialise their product, facing challenges most growing companies do. ATC was awful on so many levels but principally the unbelievability that a much of female characters would form such a company.
  3. As I recall he didn't know he was playing Garfield the cat in a film by that director. I believe there is another better director with a very similar name and he got confused.
  4. new666uk

    Anchor posts?

  5. new666uk

    C64 ownership at last - psu question

    Never thought about the PSU issues. I've been mooching about looking to get my first c64 too. I have a retropoweredDC multi PSU for my NES, SNES, MD and N64 which is great plus cuts down on the number of wall warts needed. Can't believe there isn't something similar on the Commodore front, especially with such an active fan base. Still have a couple of Amiga's in the loft with their original PSU's too - guess I shouldn't run them anytime soon either!
  6. Ah, I was thinking there was a reason like prices being cheaper in the quarter after Christmas (when most folks have less disposable income for things like this).
  7. Almost literally bumped into Kim as I was walking out of Play Blackpool last month and she was walking in with a real head of steam. Don't know if she was heading off to b0llock someone or not but looked like it!
  8. new666uk

    SD2SNES - using saves and in game hooks

    ok, didn't know that but I am lazy and sit a long way from the console so resetting involves getting up off my arse - talk about first world problems.
  9. Hi all, Feel like a noob but I have an sd2snes card in my snes and seem to be struggling to get the in game hooks to work (like reset to menu). Recently updated to 1.8 to support saves but same issue there, none of the ingame hooks seem to do anything. Options in the config panel are on. I'm clearly missing something stupidly obvious. thanks Paul
  10. new666uk

    Play Expo - Blackpool 27 Oct

    +1 on the community aspect. Nice to be in an environment of like minded folks and see everyone enjoy themselves.
  11. new666uk

    Play Expo - Blackpool 27 Oct

    But the Manchester one was around this time. Maybe the school holidays caught them out so will reserve judgement till the Manchester one in new year.
  12. new666uk

    Play Expo - Blackpool 27 Oct

    oh, and inside it was significantly quieter this year both in terms of visitor numbers and the trader hall. Quite a lot of the usuals missing this time. Anyone know what the story is? I know Manchester show is moving to gmex which is a smaller venue so has retro gaming stuff peaked?
  13. new666uk

    Play Expo - Blackpool 27 Oct

    Yes it's a dump, there are water damaged / damp patches on the walls and it has a funny smell. Couldn't believe the pay and display. iirc it was £7 for about 4 hours (might be wrong). We parked on the main road for free.
  14. new666uk

    Play Expo - Blackpool 27 Oct

    Well if this is indicative of how busy it'll be we'll have no queue's to worry about on the multi player cabs.

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