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  1. Latest issue is out tomorrow. Features include:- 30th Anniversary of the Atari 7800 History of the Shinobi Series Bluffers Guide to FPS Making of Zynaps Making of Sanitarium ( ) Making of Feud Plus loads more and all the usuals!
  2. Hi, I would like to invite you to the site Upcoming & New 8 Bit Games. It provides the news about new releases,for 8 bit computers and consoles and also an articles about 8 bit culture nowadays. I also reccomend for those of you will be interested in site to follow facebook profile. I hope some of you will find this post interesting and I also hope you will have a good time reading the articles on the page. It would be great to recieve a feedback from you guys. Regards, Kamil "gorgh" Trzaska P.S. The site is still under construction so forgive me if something is not right , my current server is a bit slow , so sorry for that.
  3. Issue 130 is out today and features:- History of Crazy Taxi Ultimate Guide to Yie Ar Kung Fu Making of Theme Hospital Top 25 N64 games From The Archives Telegames Bluffers Guide to Football Games Plus loads more and all the regulars
  4. Going along to this tonight as it's very close to me, anyone else been or going? (note: I am not affiliated with this in any way, just posting as it seems to be getting little attention)
  5. Been inspired to get out of the house and do some retro digging, not in the more obvious used gameshops of akihabara, but out in the sticks in the used goods warehouses around the the outskirts of the capital. After doing some reasearch into used prices of PC engines and twin famicoms, I accidentaly came a cross a number of japanese blogs that catalogue all the huge game warehouses countrywide. So I`m taking it upon myself to try and tackle each one in my area , pick up some goodies along the way and hopefully drop some info on each one. Here`s an example of what I can expect. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxpOcbk4bN8 Each spot on my google map will get a link to my post in this thread.Yellow points are visited locations. The map covers the whole country, so contributors are welcome! THE MAP : I accept no responsibility for closed or moved stores! http://goo.gl/maps/mCRsP Mission one : Togane Kanteidan Mission two : Inner City 3 hit combo! Mission three : Y! auctions and a raging hard off mission four - Akihaba-blah! mission five - pre gig dig! mission six - All good in the hood
  6. Cover & main article - Flashback: Paul Cuisset on the original, the sequel and the reboot 15 great videogame amnesiacs 30 years of NES Shoot to Thrill - the history of lightguns and the greatest lightgun games ever The top 25 Megadrive games From The Archives: Mastertronic The History of Dino Crisis Making of articles on Chequered Flag, Flight of the Amazon Queen and Defender of the Crown Minority Report on the Atari Jaguar Desert Island Disks - Paul Norman, musician turned game-maker A moment with Jordan Mechner And more...
  7. Anyone else a fan? My personal favourite has to be Zybex on the C64. Two quid for a game that was better than R-Type and Salamander. Great weapon system, nice graphics, awesome title tune and the option to choose the order you played the levels in. Also had a soft spot for Arnie by Chris Butler.
  8. To anyone who owns one if the (very rare) PAL version Turbografx consoles,1.) what was the pack-in game, and 2.) does it play NTSC Turbografx game cards? Thanks!
  9. So I have been playing my trusty old 'cube recently, and I've noticed that the image on my trusty old Trinitron is a bit off. There's a slight downward bend at the left side of the screen. I do not seem to have the problem when using a Sony LCD flatscreen, so the 'cube should be working fine. I might add that I'm also using the standard official composite cable that came with the console. Any ideas, fellow retro 'mukers? PS. Thought I'd place this question in here, as I'm not sure many retronauts visit "Ask the forum"
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