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Swainy

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  1. https://www.ebay.fr/itm/RetroNano-ST-a-mini-retro-computer-with-RaspberryPi-3-a-ready-to-run/113787476451?pageci=0ecbec60-8cb2-4777-a6cc-49f45760a4a8
  2. Yeah. I’m certainly going to give it a try once I receive mine, as I used to dabble in basic a lot when I was younger.
  3. Well that’s the thing, if I hadn’t of been told & shown that this game was running in basic then I would have thought that it was machine code.
  4. I finally got to have a play with the current prototype Next at Revival this weekend. Got to say that it’s hard not to be impressed with the way that it looks. Jim showed me what the problem was with certain key strokes. What really impressed me though was what can now be achieved in basic. They had a very slick Bomber Man clone running which looked like an early’ish 16bit game, which had totally been written in basic.
  5. I don’t have any spare rooms in my house but luckily I’ve got a pretty big shed which has electric and heating ect so that has become my gaming room.
  6. Or just stick to the real thing. You really can’t beat the original hardware.
  7. Obviously not as nice without a real vector CRT but I think that the controls will either make or brake this.
  8. Swainy

    PC Engine Mini

    Me too. C&VG plus all of the other magazines of the time hyped the PC Engine up and because it wasn’t officially available over here (although the TurboGrafx had a limited release) it has made me want a PC Engine for years but I’ve never bit the bullet on one.
  9. Six titles have been announced so far for North America/Europe: R-Type Ys Book I & II New Adventure Island Ninja Spirit Alien Crush Dungeon Explorer The Japanese version, meanwhile, has an almost entirely different set of games: Bonk’s Adventure Dracula X The Kung Fu/China Warrior Ys I & II Super Star Soldier Dungeon Explorer Interestingly, Ys and Dracula X are CD-ROM games, meaning we could be seeing more titles not just from the Turbografx-16, but the TurboGrafx-CD as well.
  10. There is a load of different multi carts available, the one that I have uses an SD card so you can put homebrew titles on & demo’s ect as well as the entire Vectrex games library. If you have a search on the Atari Age forums you will find people selling them and overlays. Also you need to have a look at Vector Patrol which is a great Moon Patrol clone.
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