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  1. No, no didn't get it in the end. Received an email that delivery would be delayed so replied back for them to change my order for a Minibrute 2. I'd sobered up by then and there was over a £100 price difference. I'd been looking at Monosynths and modular stuff before the drunk ordering anyway. Got it running into a Kaossilator Pro and Kaosspad KP3 and having my own little rave sessions. Love it. No doubt the XD is the better of the two but that £100 saving justified me buying something I'd only use for wacky noise creation. Never going to be proficient enough to be uploading to Soundcloud lol. Put a pic up on the last page but here it is again, 56k is long dead now hopefully haha.
  2. amc

    Karn Evil 9

    Wonder if the visuals will be Giger inspired?
  3. There's a rather long vid by a Russian game journo who visited the studio. He talks about where they are up to and what's going on with the game. Turn captions on. I haven't watched it all so can't give a full breakdown but he seems legit, he thinks it's making progress. I think
  4. I'm easy but hoping a few more jump in, otherwise scouser you'll be drinking for everyone else. Come on chaps this will probably end up being a real laugh. All the Mame smoothed games we can eat. Then we go upstairs...
  5. I mentioned on the last page that I was facing Genichiro, did him after a couple of attempts, plus a couple of spooky fuckers that you need divine confetti to beat. Was pretty pleased with my days progress. Any pleasure has all but evaporated today, that fucking big monkey can do one. I've only fought him twice but the speed he's managed to dispatch me feels like it's going to make Genichiro seem like King Bob-omb.
  6. I couldn't organise a piss up in a (refurbished) brewery but if someone else manages to get a meet date pinned down I'll be there. And the offer of a few drinks to all who turn up is a solemn one. Would be a fun day so hope it happens.
  7. I'd be game. I'll buy everyone who turns up a cocktail. Maybe two.
  8. That does indeed look good. Even Breakout is looking decent and the sound is, as above, very nice. This Amico seemed like a bit of a joke but the few updates I've seen for the machine look quite classy. Hmm.
  9. I haven't tried DC emulation on my Switch, yet, but I have the unlocked Redream software on my S9+ and bar Win CE titles it works beautifully. I use an 8bitdo SN30+ and phone clip and it really is great. Will have to load up the DC emu on my Switch and compare. If it plays Sega Rally 2 well I'll be very happy. What's the DC emu used on Switch?
  10. I've been putting it off but I'm fighting Genichiro today. I did fight him when I got to his area on the roof and it auto started. Managed to get onto his second phase but he kicked my arse and I've pootled about killing mini bosses like Centipede Giraffe and Snake Eyes Shirafuji since. Hopefully he's dead in time for tea.
  11. Holy fuck. Been skim reading the thread after watching the insane first couple of videos, the ones from his happy times were he's showing off his collection. Saw mention of a lightening strike and lack of insurance and thought it was just a bit of joking around. Just watched that last video and saw the further comments and well, obviously it wasn't joshing, his fucking collection has literally blew up. I love to collect a few bits of tat and still have my PS3 and 360 etc plumbed in, but I still have a nightmare sometimes when turning on my PS4 pro or One X to be greeted by a ton of great titles. I plan on playing one game then scroll through to get to it, see something else, then fire up a completely different game to what I'd intended. Having the amount of shit this guy had would be horrible. Well it would be great for a visit but I'd never want to own all that 24/7 (I would but I'd then sell it quick smart) All ruined. Depressing.
  12. Good vids Dudley and the amount you put into them they obviously deserve a lot more views. I suppose you just need that one break to grow, then follow it up with click bait titles and someone gurning in the thumbnail. Talking of thumbnails, that one for the last part of your DSI series seems to have the new Tesla polygon truck driving around the track. Appreciate the work you put in, these three above went nice with my mocha and custard doughnut this evening.
  13. I stumbled upon this video in my suggested over on YT. I thought it was some sort of Android device at first so watched it thinking whatever it could do my smartphone would do better and I'd give whatever software it was using a go. I haven't had much luck emulating PS2 you see, it works but it's very hit and miss on my S9+ and there seems to be a fair few emulators out there for Android. Anyway, it's not an Android based machine, it's actually a shrunken down PS2 ,according to the guy in the vid, and although it looks like a one off Ben Heck affair you can actually buy it over on Ali Express for a ridiculous price. Does look like it's been knocked up in someones shed mind.
  14. That's a small part of the audio, the level complete screens or something? The overall audio is way more creepy and I can definitely see why some feel a horror vibe increase over the PC game. I played through the PS1 game about a year after rinsing 1&2 over on PC and felt a definite uptake in the horror atmosphere from the port, mainly due to audio and perhaps lighting. I was well into my 20's at the time it arrived on PS1 and was an 80's horror film veteran by that point but Doom PS1 certainly made me a little uneasy playing in a dark room late at night, headphones on. Loved it. Doom on PS1 was pretty creepy if you ask me.
  15. Just saw Derek Acorah had died recently after reading the sad news about the death of the awesome and very famous Terry Jones. He questionably channeled such spooks as Michael Jackson's ghost and this guy below- Fucking hell.
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