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  1. It doesn't hurt to remind people. I'd actually forgotten about it myself when I initially saw the topic title. I see there are few recent news articles about it from the likes of screenrant and nintendolife, so seemingly it got missed the first time around by those too. From what I remember someone on 8chan assembled it from the decomp of Mario 64.
  2. It's almost been available for a year now, so it's managed to avoid being pulled by Ninty so far. https://www.rllmukforum.com/index.php?/topic/316108-mario-64-pc-port/&do=findComment&comment=12683063
  3. I thought the article you linked to made it pretty clear what it was. The Kickstarter, less so. In my opinion they could have done without the PieReader at this point (these really are awful names) as the mention of hardware just confuses the message. The opening line-up of games is perfectly good enough for a free service to start with. They could have brought the PieReader in later. Having the ability to use roms makes it pretty redundant anyway.
  4. BFI & Radio Times TV festival talk with Coogan, Fielding and the brothers Gibbons
  5. He tried to, but it ended up getting shelved as he was working on other projects and Fox weren't thrilled with what he'd come up with. I was reminded of it recently as some concept art surfaced online.
  6. It's not a machine/console. It's a browser-based service like Antstream. You use the PieReader to prove you own a game that isn't already on the service, although curiously it also acts as a hub to play games locally (if they reach the stretch target). Presumably it still streams to do that though.
  7. "We need a photo of some arcade machines" "Close enough"
  8. It's a licensing issue apparently. From their Discord earlier:
  9. Even if it means stripping the license out, it needs Micro Machines on it
  10. Aaand it's a console
  11. That was the revamped 3D Realms. The Apogee name got sold off to one of Miller's mates a while back. Apogee have already been publishing though; they released a tarted up version of Crystal Caves last year.
  12. Thanks. I'm surprised that seemingly nothing has been filmed for it though. The reason Coogan was let off was specifically because he said a load of people wouldn't be able to find alternative work if they couldn't film him driving around the country for a travelogue. I can't imagine Coogan would have purposely deceived the court to avoid a driving ban.
  13. Incidentally, what happened to 'And Did Those Feet, With Alan Partridge', the travelogue that handily saved Coogan from a driving ban? https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2019/aug/13/alan-partridge-saves-steve-coogan-from-lengthy-driving-ban
  14. Well, it wasn't officially released by whoever owns the IP now (Warner Bros?), so I guess that makes it a leak. One of the 4chan threads and Wikipedia says Jason Scott uploaded them. I've got no idea where he got them from though.
  15. I'd assume it's still in development, but I can't find anything recent about it, so who knows. It's a good job I'd forgotten about it, otherwise it would have been like waiting for Street Fighter 2 to be released. On a totally unrelated note, I did find this conversion of Toki that's currently in development from another group.
  16. Bit late to the part on this as it was released over a week ago. It's all on GitHub. There was a post on Mameworld that has since disappeared, but Google still has a cache of it. There's some stuff about it on 4chan, but you can find that yourself. It appears to have led to these discoveries:
  17. This random YouTuber is playing it at the moment. Looking at the comments it might be buggy?
  18. Meant to post this the other day. The most interesting probably being this More: https://officeoffline.co.uk/index.php?/topic/31254-timesplitters-2/&do=findComment&comment=13130921
  19. Wise fwom your gwave
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